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With Bated Breath

Truth is a good thing. So I’m going to be truthful with you – Montréal is not necessarily the destination you might think of when considering the North American (English) theatre scene. But every once and a while a gem comes along that you don’t want to miss. A gem has arrived. Get the explicit details…

Chattin’ with Tewksbury

At the recent Fierté Canada Pride Conference here in Montréal, I caught up with Mark Tewksbury. We chatted about his favourite Montréal haunts. Mark shares a few of his favourite things about Montréal. Check out the seven stops on his “Must-not-be-Missed-List”…

Spring has sprung in Montréal!

To really understand why Spring is so important to us Montréalers, I invite you to move to the city next winter and fully experience what a few months of -30°C (that’s -22°F) with wind and snow feels like. If that’s not possible, then you are going to have to take my word for it – in Montréal, Spring is a massive seasonal and communal orgasm. My 5 stellar reasons why Montréal is Spring-tastic…

Art with a twist of HOPE

We gays like our art. And what’s better than scoring an exclusive piece of art while supporting community-driven initiatives? Nothing. Check out the details of this art auction.

Montréal is Easterrific for the Homos!

Easter is around the corner, and you’re going to need more than a chocolate bunny to keep you energized. Here’s a taste of the many Montréal homolicious activities happening over the Long weekend.

Let’s Go Outside! 4 Hot nights beyond the Village

The Gay Village is an obvious spot for all the homos, lezzies and queers to congregate. But “Gay Montréal” does not respect geographical borders. There are regular debaucherous parties that you need to know about! Here are four monthly parties beyond the Village that transcend the straight & narrow…

Bring it! (Your wine, that is)

All this talk of ‘recession’ can make a queer feel economically oppressed. Thankfully Montréal is a great city for eating-out on the cheap. There is a wonderful thing called “Apportez Votre Vin” (Translation: Bring Your Own Wine). Yes, you can actually bring a bottle of your favourite grape beverage to certain restaurants. This means that you don’t have to break the bank for a good meal. Here are four restaurants (two in the Gay Village, two outside the Gay Village) that are reliable favourites…

Village 101

Montréal’s Village is home to many fabulous things: restaurants, bars, cafés, boutiques and salons. It is known the world over for the all-night dance parties, for the relaxed atmosphere, and of course, for being hottie-central. So when you visit Montréal, you are clearly going to be spending some time here.

Gay Marriage: Two Gals say “I do” in Montreal

Hey Lovers! Found that special guy? Met the woman of your dreams? Thinking about professing your love? But wait, maybe Proposition 8 has got you down? Did you know that same-sex marriage has been legally recognized in Canada since July 2005, and within that first year, 12,000 couples were married here?