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The Montréal metro seen through the lens of Chris Forsyth

Chris Forsyth is a Montréal-based architecture photographer who has been creating a photo archive of Montréal’s iconic metro system. The idea of capturing the artistry of the city’s underground architecture developed as Chris rode the metro each day. He realized that many people – especially Montrealers who commute on the subway every day – overlook the beauty of the stations’ design. The Montréal Metro Project is an ongoing photo series that aims to showcase the uniqueness of each station and to encourage Montrealers and visitors alike to see the metro in a new light. SHERBROOKE JEAN-DRAPEAU ASSOMPTION BERRI-UQAM CHARLEVOIX DE L’ÉGLISE DE LA SAVANE JARRY LAURIER LIONEL-GROULX To see more images from the project, visit chrismforsyth.com.

Legends, Hitmakers & Electro at Osheaga 2014

Three days of music, sunshine, and happy, beautiful people make Osheaga an unforgettable way to spend a weekend in Montreal this summer. The three-day outdoor festival gets bigger and better every year, and the 2014 line-up proves that yet again…

Weekends du Monde bring the world to Parc Jean-Drapeau

Why go to all the time, effort and expense of traveling the world in search of cultural adventure when you can scratch that itch for free in Montreal every summer? For the tenth year running, Weekends du Monde (“Weekends of the World”) showcases the rich cultural traditions of many of the diverse communities that comprise Montreal in grand multi-sensory style…

Piknic Electronik Turns Up the Volume in 2014

One sure sign that summer has arrived in Montreal is Piknic Electronik, the weekly outdoor electronic music, dancing, beautiful-people and food-and-drink extravaganza that has drawn increasingly bigger crowds and electronic-music stars for 12 years now…

Things to Do in Montreal: March 21-27

Now that it’s officially spring, Montreal is warming up to the idea with seasonal sugar shack menus, a few final ice skates and snowshoe adventures, hints of new life at Botanical Garden, fresh theatre, dance, art and film and enlivening music…