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04 Sep

A (not-so-short) list of kid-friendly Montréal restaurants

From finicky palates to creeping noise levels to ants-in-the-pants energy, eating out with kids comes with its challenges. To take the stress out of dining out with your brood (no raised eyebrows and baleful looks from fellow patrons), we’ve rounded up some kid-friendly restaurants...

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02 Sep

Discover Montréal’s fabulous Gay Village in photos

With Sainte-Catherine Street East as its main artery, Montréal’s Gay Village is one of the largest in the world. This main drag is closed to vehicles from June to September, creating a sublime summertime pedestrian zone ripe with patios, sidewalk shops, art displays and...

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28 Aug

Delicious salads to savour in Montréal

With farmer’s markets in Montréal such as the Jean Talon and Atwater, there’s no excuse for not filling our plates and packing our summer meals with local and seasonal good-for-you veggies that are bright and vibrant at the peak of the season. I was...

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27 Aug

Things To Do in Montréal: August 28 to September 3

From the World Press Photo exhibition to the World Film Festival, the best of the planet is uniting in Montréal this week. Plus there’s enough outdoor fun to enjoy the best of this heat wave, including open-air art festivals, concerts in the botanical gardens,...

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A hip cultural itinerary in Montréal

Montréal is always a good idea, and continues to be a top tourist destination for several reasons, one of which is the profusion of cultural highlights.
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