Montreal is a city of festivals and we will find any reason to party. From month-long summer festivals to ones that take the winter...Read more
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Across the Lachine Canal from downtown Montreal and running westward, Verdun is one of Canada’s oldest neighbourhoods, and it’s in continual transformation: every visit reveals a new hip restaurant or cute bakery. With the path-lined canal running along its southern tip, Verdun is an...Read more
Is it right that all I’m thinking about is the holidays? The snow is barely sticking to the ground these days, but the twinkly magic of Christmastime is all...Read more
The 27th edition of Montreal’s LGBT Film Festival IMAGE+NATION features the...Read more
The chilly winds of mid-November in Montreal inspire thoughts of long winters curled up by a fireplace with a pile of good books. Get your seasonal stack – and...Read more
Montreal’s restaurant week MTL à TABLE was a resounding success once...Read more
According to historical lore, that very first Thanksgiving, celebrated by the English Pilgrims at Plymouth in 1621 following a successful harvest, was said to have lasted three days. Roughly...Read more
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