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Things to Do in Montreal: September 20-26

The fall season in all its glory starts now in Montreal with music festival Pop Montreal and a whole new season of theatre, dance, film, opera, art, and more. This week, go from live rock shows to a 19th-century opera, from film screenings to outdoor dance performances in downtown Montreal…

Come to Montreal and save with the amazing Sweet Deal Hotel Package

There’s no doubting, in many if not most instances, that food tastes that much tastier, entertainment is more entertaining, and relaxation is perceptibly more relaxing when you feel like you’re getting the best bang for your shiny plastic Canadian bucks. Life, in fact, feels sweeter when you’re getting a deal, and Montreal continues to outdo itself when it comes to the offer of Sweet Deals for lodging, gastronomic adventuring, stimulating activities and cultural exploration of all kinds…

Climb Aboard Art at Les Escales Improbables

  Experience live music, visual art, dance and theatre in new, interactive (and free) ways at Les Escales Improbables, September 3-14, an international festival of eclectic performances – from a human jukebox to a human-sized paper boat – that reveal Montreal’s contemporary, cutting-edge style at several of the city’s unique historical sites.

Far Travels at the Montreal World Film Festival

For 37 years, the Montreal World Film Festival has brought hundreds of contemporary, compelling stories to Montreal screens. This year, from August 22 to September 2, the festival screens 432 films, half of them premieres from Quebec, Canada and countries around the world…

VIDEO: Montreal’s Festival Mode and Design

As the video above proves, the 13th edition of the Festival Mode & Design was one of the biggest to date, with four days filled with over 50 fashion and music shows in downtown Montreal centered around the massive outdoor runway that has become so synonymous with this event. Can’t wait to see what’s in store for 2014..

The Omnivore World Tour Food Festival returns to Montreal

When the Omnivore World Tour left Montreal last year, the festival’s founder Luc Dubanchet promised to be back this summer. A man of his word, the international traveling event that celebrates young chefs and culinary innovation will be back in our fair city, August 14-19…

Guide to Festivals in Montreal

Montreal’s many festivals reach their peak during the summer months, yet the festival fun continues at high levels throughout the year. To help you plan, here’s Tourisme Montreal’s Guide to the city’s most entertaining, must-see festivals…

10 Montreal Bands to See at Osheaga 2013

Three-day outdoor music festival Osheaga is fast approaching, August 2-4, with a line-up of big-name-of-the-moment bands – Mumford & Sons, Phoenix,Vampire Weekend, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, The Cure, New Order, and, oh, about a hundred more. Since Montreal is known for its innovative indie-rock talents, among those many bands are a number of Montrealers – here are 10 totally worth checking out…

Freak Out at the 2013 Fantasia Film Festival

Films that frighten, films that shock and films that provoke laughter, sometimes all at the same time, are the meat (and gristle and bone) of the Fantasia International Film Festival…

MONTREAL FANS SHARE THEIR FAVOURITE #MTLMOMENTS

Montreal has been asking its visitors to capture and share the special and unique moments from their visit by hashtagging their photos and videos with #MTLMOMENTS. As tourists and locals alike started experiencing and exploring the city, those #MTLMOMENTS started flowing in! Here is a small curated selection of some #MTLMOMENTS courtesy of… YOU!