Montreal's oldest English-language bookstore gets more shelf space at new location

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After outgrowing the storefront it had for more than 50 years, it has moved to a new spot that is double the size, just half a block away on St. Catherine St. The Argo's original owner, John George, started the bookshop after travelling the world. When he died inthe tiny store switched hands a few times, until Prevost's friend Moti Lieberman decided to buy it in There was no browsin. But their fears were short lived. The pair pivoted to offering online delivery to most Montreal neighbourhoods, and began organizing free online events, such as author readings and book clubs. Just the amount of books coming in and out of the store we realized we had to get a bigger space.

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