Prostitution, gambling and drinking were more prevalent in this area because of its proximity to the city center, which is often a major tourist attraction, and the high density of liquor shops (taverns, bars, night clubs, cabarets, etc.).
The future of Montreal's red light district may be heading down a new path.
Montreal  (French: Montréal) the metropolis of the province of Quebec.There is no official red-light district in Montreal, although the definition of the boundaries has varied according to both the source and the time period.According to Viviane Namaste in 1973, it was bordered by René Lévesque Boulevard to the south, Sherbrooke Street to the north, Saint Laurent Boulevard to the west and Saint Denis Street to the east.Even when you're not on camera, you are still working. When that's done, I take about 30 promo photos that can be uploaded during the day to keep my profiles on different sites relevant and fresh.I update my Twitter: "Hey guys, getting ready to sign on –– come join me!