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cinemania
21 Oct

Cinemania? Oui merci!

On the eve of its 20th anniversary edition, Cinemania is one of the Fall’s most anticipated film events – and it couldn’t be more...

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cover-foodnights
21 Oct

In The Mouth: les soirées gastronomiques improbables

Imagine a world where everything you ate tasted like something completely different, where the plumpest and most luscious piece of butter poached lobster tasted like the face twisting juice of a ripe lemon or where the sweat inducing fiery heat of a habanero pepper...

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Suite 701
16 Oct

Montreal’s Best Hotel Restaurants

Without a doubt, Montreal is a city for the culinary inclined, a wonderland for gluttonous gastronomes, a real foodie’s city… basically an awesome place to get your grub on....

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vangogh
14 Oct

Tracing Greats Movements from Van Gogh to Kandinsky

What a difference 14 years makes. The turn of the 19th century in Europe was an incredibly fruitful time, and none so much as in the visual arts. Thanks to extensive research by Los Angeles-based curator Timothy O. Benson, the exhibition Van Gogh to...

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Print
03 Oct

Infographic: A Stunning Autumn In Montreal

Autumn is the most photogenic moment in Montreal. The leaves change to beautiful colours, fall fashion comes out in full force, and there’s food and wine everywhere. This fall in Montreal check out Happy November, MTL à TABLE, Garden of Lights, and M for...

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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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