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A traditional holiday shopping guide to Montréal

If you’re doing your holiday gift shopping in Montréal, you’ve certainly got plenty of options, from Sainte-Catherine Street brand-name shops to the local creativity of artisanal craft fairs. But if you’re specifically looking for that “holiday spirit” or “Christmas-y feeling” or “winter wonderland” in uniquely-Montréal retail form, read on. New this year, Le Grand Marché de Noël de Montréal turns the Place des Arts esplanade into a charming outdoor Christmas and winter market, blending traditions from around the world. Gourmet food and drink – be sure to try the homemade, locally-produced goodies from Labonté de la pomme Verger & Miellerie – as well as free live shows and outdoor activities complete the experience, December 12 to January 2. Also new to the outdoor holiday market scene this year and not far from Place des Arts, the cheery and festive Marché de Noël Prince Arthur lights up Rue Prince Arthur at the corner of Boulevard St-Laurent, December 2 to 23. Expect to find unique handmade items, tree ornaments and Christmas trees, along with snacks, mulled wine and hot cider, sing-along carolling and outdoor film screenings. While Montréal is already in the habit of celebrating great food and drink all year, Happy… / Read More →

Things to Do in Montreal: December 20-January 9

The winter holiday season in Montreal can be as relaxing as it is exciting – whatever pace you choose, the city can match it, whether you’re in the mood to dine and shop, see art and go to the symphony, run away with the circus, or take the whole family out to play in the snow…

Montreal Holiday Shopping Guide 2013

The holiday season in Montreal is one of natural beauty, comfort food, piping hot drinks, and giving gifts. If you’re looking for a gift for someone special this Christmas, consider checking out the range of shopping options that pop up around the city this time of year…