Montréal is a top LGBT tourism destination, but the city wasn’t always the gay hub it is today. Back in the 17th century it...Read more
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Michel Rabagliati is the man behind Paul, the character of his graphic novels based in Montréal and famous worldwide for quiet adventures in which Paul explores the countryside, the metro system and the fishing pond. Translated from their original French (Les Éditions de la...Read more
At the end of this month, there will be so much...Read more
It’s spring! We’re counting down the days until the warm weather...Read more
Jean-Talon station, which connects the blue line to the orange line of Montréal’s metro (subway system), is at the heart of Little Italy. In this post, we feature 10...Read more
When asked to write a guest blog post for Tourisme Montréal...Read more
Think you know Montréal? Then let’s test your trivia. Okay, quick: What are the four symbols on the city’s flag? Tick, tick, tick… Time’s up. It’s the shamrock, the thistle, the fleur-de-lys and the red rose of Lancaster. Okay, second chance. This part’s way...Read more
Brasserie Harricana first opened its doors in Amos in 1975. Now,...Read more
Montréal summers are a thing to treasure. As the weather warms, our collective thoughts turn to how we can spend the most time outside, and there are few better activities than eating en plein air. To help you capitalize on this favoured summer activity,...Read more
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