MONTREAL - Drink 'til dawn.
If a pilot project being proposed by Mayor Denis Coderre is successful, Montrealers might be able to do just that.
Coderre says he doesn't see any reason why watering holes shouldn't be allowed to sell booze until 6 a.m. — a three-hour extension of current licensing laws.
"Listen, we are a metropolis," he said in an interview Thursday. "If it's good for Berlin and Sydney, Australia, I don't see why we can't do that."
Coderre noted that drinking establishments in Berlin stay open until 6 a.m. and that some never close.