From Rap Dictionary
Little-Burgundy (aka LBG, Burgz or Petit-Bourgogne in french), is located in southwest-Montreal but is in close proximity to the downtown area. In 1887, Sainte-Cunegonde (now familiarly referred to as Little-Burgundy) started playing host to the majority of Montreal’s first black community. This area was once rife with poverty as the result of marginalization of the African Canadians from the Maritimes, Ontario and the Caribbeans (who represent close to 40% of Montreal's black community). More recently, during the 1980s, Little-Burgundy underwent gentrification. The City of Montreal pursued a residential renewal of the area; mostly single-family homes and condominiums were built to attract wealthier, more educated, and ethnically-varied resident.
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