What do the following names have in common:
- Ste. Catherine
- René Lévesque
- De la Gauchetière
that they do not have in common with the following:
- De Maisonneuve
- St. Jacques
- St. Antoine
(In other words, what statement can you make about Group A that you can’t make about Group B?)
UPDATE: No correct answer yet, so I’ve added a hint: Sherbrooke and Notre-Dame could be placed in either category, depending on how you phrase the answer.
UPDATE 2: Still nothing but frustrated guessers, so here’s the latest hint: This question is related to Montreal Geography Trivia Question No. 2.
UPDATE (Dec. 7): It took four days, but we finally have a correct answer: The first five names are the names of streets in Montreal-East and Pointe-aux-Trembles that are unconnected with their downtown namesakes. The second list is names that are not of streets in the east end, and Sherbrooke and Notre-Dame are contiguous all the way downtown.
The assumption you were all making was that you knew which streets I was talking about.