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JOINING THE CROWD ON MONTREAL MUSEUM DAY

On Montreal Museums Day (May 27), 29 museums city-wide open their doors for free. If you ever doubted this town’s artsy soul, all you’ve got to do is soak up the air of excitement!

C2-MTL: CREATIVITY AND COMMERCE COLLIDE IN MONTREAL

One of the most interesting events to take place in Montreal in a dog’s age – if Francis Ford Coppola, Arianna Huffington and Michael Eisner are of interest to you – is about to break new global ground. From May 22 to 25, many of the best and brightest minds in business, entertainment, technology and new media will come together and teach each other how to be even better at the inaugural C2-MTL conference…

DANCING WITH THE LITTLE PRINCE

What if the Little Prince wasn’t lost alone on his little red planet, but rather joined us on our big blue one? That’s the question the Grands Ballets Canadiens ask with their otherworldly latest production…

TAKING THE FAMILY TO THE EATON CENTRE

There’s a reason the Montreal Eaton Centre is the sixth most visited place in the city. Not only does it boast the largest food court in North America, it’s also the biggest mall downtown, in a city celebrated for its network of malls joined by the underground city. But it provides travelers with much more than retail therapy.

OSTERIA VENTI MAKES REGIONAL ITALIAN FOOD SING

For casual, wholesome and handmade Italian food, Osteria Venti is the new place to be. Chef Michele Forgione is at the helm of a restaurant which just celebrated its first anniversary with a bang…

OLD MONTREAL FOR FAMILIES

With its mix of ancient and new buildings, boutiques, museums and restaurants, Old Montreal really is la belle ville in a nutshell. For kids, the mix of 17th century European architecture and snazzy art, science and historical centres makes it a unique playground…

CIRQUE DU SOLEIL’S NEW SHOW: AMALUNA

Cirque du Soleil, one of Montreal’s greatest prides, is back in its founding city with a brand new show in their blue-and-yellow big-top in the Old Port…

WHAT TO DO ON EARTH DAY IN MONTREAL

Over 500 million people celebrate Earth Day every year. For visitors to Montreal, April 22 is not only the perfect opportunity to make amends with mamma earth, it’s also a fantastic time to try something a little different…

STREET PROFILE: SAINT-LAURENT

It’s a street, it’s a division, it’s the beginning (and in some unfortunate instances, the end) of a book of Montreal stories, it’s a Friday night riot and a Sunday afternoon stroll. And it’s also a National Historic Site. To Montrealers, it’s The Main, or as any map would have it, St-Laurent…