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MONTREAL DISHCRAWL: RUE SAINT-PAUL RESTAURANTS

Everyone loves a Pub Crawl. What’s not to love? It’s a fun and efficient way to discover a slice of the local nightlife. But what about the Foodies? Enter Dishcrawl, which in layman’s terms is simply a pub crawl with food…

7 (GAY) DAYS A WEEK

Montreal has many sensational LGBT events and festivals packed into every year, however if you find yourself in Montreal during an unassuming week, there’s still plenty to do Monday through Sunday…

WHAT TO DO IN MONTREAL’S GAY VILLAGE IN 2013

Tucked into a cozy café during the early winter months of 2013, or prancing around in a tank top come August, Montreal’s Gay Village is a fun and friendly place to hang out all year. The Village is packed with places to eat, drink and dance that appeal to a wide variety of people!

10 GREAT MONTREAL CANADIENS GIFS

Hockey is back! The Montreal Canadiens will play their first home game of the shortened 2013 season against the Toronto Maple Leafs on Saturday, January 19. Here are Ten Montreal Canadiens Gifs to get you hyped up and ready for a good old hockey game…

WINTER SPAS IN MONTREAL

Your shoulders and neck are throbbing under the weight of those holiday shopping bags, your skin is drying up as the mercury slips below zero, and stretching your mental capacity to 2013 sounds like pure science fiction. Sounds like you need to take a Montreal winter spa day… 

CIRQUE DU SOLEIL’S SALTIMBANCO TAKES A FINAL BOW IN MONTREAL

In 1992, Cirque du Soleil premiered Saltimbanco in Montreal. It would go on to be their first and longest touring show: 20 years and 6000 performances for more than 200 cities in 48 countries. From December 19 to 30, Cirque du Soleil will stage Saltimbanco at the Bell Centre for one last grande finale before retiring it to the history books…

6 FABULOUS LGBT GIFS FROM MONTREAL

Gays love Gifs, and Gifs definitely love Gays. Here are 6 Fabulous Gifs that highlight the best of Montreal’s LGBT events, drag queens, and spirit. Note: Let the full page load before scrolling.

MONTREAL’S CIRQUE DU SOLEIL PREMIERES NEW 3D MOVIE WORLDS AWAYS

One of the world’s biggest entertainement franchises – Cirque du Soleil – has its headquarters in Montreal, the hometown of many of its top talent and management. That’s why the city was chosen to host, last week, the North American premiere of the Cirque’s first 3-D movie, Worlds Away, co-produced by Hollywood behemoth James Cameron of Titanic and Avatar fame.

A DOUBLE-DECKER BUS TOUR OF MONTREAL

The Montreal City Hop-on Hop-off Tour is a unique way to see the landmarks of Montreal. Running from May through October, the bus tour has 10 stops along its route you can disembark, explore, and then rejoin at the next bus passing. The tour is narrated by a professional guide that paints a nice picture of Montreal history and joie de vie. From Habitat 67 to Saint Joseph’s Oratory, the tour spans much of downtown, bits of the Plateau, Mount-Royal and the Old Port. Tickets are $55 but combined with the tour guide and the hop-on hop-off style that allows you to explore all day makes the price well worth it. Tickets available at Tourist Information Center (1001 Dorchester Square)

LGBT NEW YEAR’S EVE 2013 IN MONTREAL

When the clock hits the stroke of midnight on January 1st, 2013 – you want to be somewhere you can start the new year off with positive energy, surrounded by some people you adore. Spending an LGBT New Year’s in Montreal, I can almost guarantee you’ll get that all important kiss when the ball drops at the climax of countdown.