Since 2010, Parthenais has become home to a queer community in Montreal. They share a triplex, creating memories between the dilapidated walls. Twelve years later, a wealthy family bought the building, marking the end of an era of gentrification.


Ten years after the opening of the gigantic Malartic open-pit gold mine, the hoped-for economic miracle is a mirage. Main Street is not prospering, with no demographic gain. Director Nicolas Paquet exposes an opaque decision-making system that excludes citizens.