Cyclists To Ride In Silence In Tribute To Montreal Accident Victims

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Thousands of Quebec cyclists will take part in memorial rides across the province this Wednesday to mark the Tour du Silence, an international event to commemorate victims of cycling accidents.

More than 400 cities around the world are marking the occasion, but it will be a particularly somber day in Quebec.

Four cyclists have been killed in the province in the span of 48 hours.

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