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FAMILY FUN AT MONTREAL’S OLYMPIC PARK

With the Summer Olympic Games on their mark in London, Montreal’s own Olympic legacy comes to mind. Yes, a few things have changed since 1976, but the impact the XXI Olympiad had on the city is still felt today at Montreal’s Olympic Park, a hub of athletic and family-friendly activity – especially with this summer’s brand-new outdoor esplanade – and home to a must-see Montreal view…

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…

STAR WARS IDENTITIES AT THE MONTREAL SCIENCE CENTRE

A galaxy far, far away and a reality extremely close to home come together in the interactive, interstellar Star Wars Identities exhibition, making its world premiere at the Montreal Science Centre this week…

BUGS AND BEETLES AND BUTTERFLIES, OH MY!

Spring in Montreal is a great time to enjoy the little things in life- and by little, we mean tiny, as in the tiny bugs and butterflies that flutter around the Insectarium and Botanical Gardens around now…

THINGS TO DO IN MONTREAL IN MARCH

March in Montreal means spring is coming, never mind some snow: nothing can stop us from outdoor adventures, making spring break a whole lot of family fun, and putting on not one but two film festivals this month along with dance, theatre and music shows…

TAKE A MARCH BREAK IN MONTREAL

Keeping kids active and happy is what March Break is all about in Montreal, March 3–11, 2012. Pry kids away from the TV and video games for at least a few hours with a day of high-tech fun at the Montreal Science Centre, art workshops at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, circus tricks at the TOHU circus centre, and natural wonders at the Biodôme and Botanical Gardens. And make the most of the end of winter with outdoor activities at Parc Jean-Drapeau…

PET FRIENDLY MONTREAL: HOTELS, PARKS, SHOPS AND MORE

Some people travel in style in the lap of luxury, others like to trek across the world with only the clothes on their back. Some people like to travel with children, and others with a little furrier four-legged friend. For those who never like to leave their dog or cat at home, traveling in Montreal is easy! Not to mention downright luxurious…

OSHEAGA ARTS: KID KOALA AT THE BIOSPHERE

If you’re looking to immerse yourself in a place where nature and culture meet in wild abandon and the music never stops, the massive outdoor music and arts festival Osheaga has you covered. On top of that, Osheaga amps up its oft-overshadowed Arts component during the month of July by inviting Montreal favourite Kid Koala to install his immersive audio-visual creation, Space Cadet, in the Biosphere. Has there ever been a better pairing of artist and venue?

MONTREAL FOLK FESTIVAL ON THE LACHINE CANAL

Are you wondering how to spend a nice summer evening in Montreal? Would you like to be sitting on a terrace, enjoying a beautiful sunset and listening to the dulcet tones of folk and bluegrass music? Do you like festivals that are convieniently located near a canal and its beautiful bike path? If you’ve answered “yes”  to any of these questions than you, gentle sir or good madame, need to get yourself to the Montreal Folk Festival on the Lachine Canal…

MONTREAL COMPLETEMENT CIRQUE FESTIVAL

For most of my life, I did not love circuses. But Montreal turned that all around for me via some kind of cultural osmosis and because, as an arts journalist in this city, it was in fact impossible not to write about circuses. So by the time circus festival Montréal Complètement Cirque, the International Circus Arts Festival, came around, I was ready – and genuinely happy about it…