Everything indicates that the building was vacant, according to the Montreal Fire Department, which reported no casualties.
It's a fight that x27;was carried out until the early hours of the morning, said Mr. Jalbert, Saturday morning, while smoke was still rising from the building ten hours later, even if the fire was under control.
The roof collapsed, as did the floors of both floors. All that remains is the facade of this heritage building built in 1891, whose transformation into a hotel seems to have failed and which has since been for sale.
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