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02 Mar

Meet a Montrealer: Bastien Poulain

Entrepreneur Bastien Poulain grew up in the seaside town of Biarritz in Southwestern France, but loves his adopted hometown of Montréal so much that he has even named his new soft drink 1642 Cola, a reference to the year that the city of Montréal was...

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25 Feb

Montréal celebrates food all year round

Montrealers love to celebrate anything and everything, especially food and drink. Here are the top 15 food events that you need to look out for! Je t’aime en chocolat A weekend-long event dedicated to all things chocolate. Join chocolate vendors and experience seminars by...

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20 Feb

Activities for all ages during Spring Break in Montréal

“Spring Break” is a misnomer – it should be called “Spring Blast.” Whether you call it Spring Break, March Break or as we say in French, “la semaine de relâche,” the weeks ending February and beginning March in Montréal are exploding with entertainment and...

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17 Feb

5 Montréal essentials: scarves

Montréal may be chilly in wintertime, but it’s a hotbed of creativity. Known for its unique Euro-American approach to style, the city is rife with fashion designers that make ordinary objects extraordinary, and create souvenirs actually worth bringing back. Get a load of the...

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