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Eat up at the Montréal Vegan Festival!

Ready your appetites: November 5 and 6 mark the third and biggest-yet edition of the Montréal Vegan Festival, in the heart of Old Montréal, at the beautiful and historic Bonsecours Market. There’ll be over 40 exhibitors this year in this event that keeps on growing, with a ton of goodies to sample plus lots of opportunities to learn about the benefits of upping the plant-based quota in your diet. Des délicieux bol @auxvivresrestovegan. Inscrivez-vous au défi végane session 2 pour pouvoir profiter de plusieurs cadeaux. #fvmtl #defi21jours Une photo publiée par Festival Végane de Montréal (@fvmtl) le 25 Sept. 2014 à 6h33 PDT Aside from the exhibitors, there are conferences, thematic workshops, cooking demonstrations and a new and improved library section packed with over 150 different titles to discover. Come on down to get your books signed on-site by authors like Élise Desaulniers (Cash Cow), Jo-Anne McArthur (We Animals), and many more. George Laraque racontera son cheminement vers le véganisme dimanche 6 novembre. Vétéran de la LNH, Georges Laraque est bien plus qu’un dur à cuire : citoyen engagé, philanthrope, leader adjoint au Parti Vert, entrepreneur (co-propriétaire de Crudessence et de Rise Kombucha) et, depuis qu’il est devenu végétalien en… / Read More →

Shop Montreal Fashion at Braderie de la Mode

What better time than spring to say out with the old, in with the new! And if that means a wardrobe overhaul, Montreal makes finding a fashionable new look (or 20) easy and affordable at La Grande Braderie de la Mode Québécoise – otherwise known as the Big Fashion Sale of Quebec Designers, happening April 10-13. The renowned sale, held at the massive-yet-welcoming Bonsecours Market, not only gives shoppers a crash course in Quebec-made fashion, but samples and still-in-style liquidation items go for 50 to 80 percent off. While women’s clothing – from casual to corporate to lingerie – dominates the bustling sales floor, the Braderie also boasts an array of high-quality menswear, children’s clothing, outerwear, jewellery and accessories. With over 100 designers to choose from, La Grande Braderie de la Mode feels much like an extensive boutique store, with styles to suit everyone and prices too good to pass up. Look sleek while staying comfortable in a new pair of Second Yoga Jeans – truly flexible enough to do yoga in, but without a hint of yoga-pantsness to them – or anything by Jennifer Glasgow Design (especially her dresses), Atelier b. (masters of soft cotton, seen here in top photo),… / Read More →

Things to Do in Montreal: October 25-31

As both winter and Halloween approach, Montreal continues to entertain with live theatre and music, intriguing art, designer shopping, and horror movies, along with many chances this week to make the most of the fall weather, whether it’s sunny for daytime ambling or eerily overcast for costumed cavorting…