MONTREAL (FNS) -- Supermarkets here in Canada's most multicultural city are installing ethnic destinations in Center Store to meet the needs of diverse customers. This French-speaking capital of Quebec has nearly 3 million inhabitants, with well over 300,000 who are neither French nor English Canadians. The largest segment of the "allophone group" (as opposed to anglophones or francophones) is Italian. They number about 40,000, followed by some 30,000 French-speaking Haitians. Vietnamese ...

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