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Divers/Cité 2014 lights up Montreal’s Old Port

Divers/Cité is on a mission to spread art, music, and diversity through Montreal’s Old Port. The 2014 edition will take place July 28 to August 3 set against the dreamy skyline of the city…

Aires Libres & Les Boules Roses light up Montreal’s Gay Village

Summertime in Montreal’s Gay Village is a dream. When the sunlight diffuses through the 200,000 pink balls strung above the pedestrian-only road, it casts a rosy glow that sets a beautiful atmosphere for sangria drinking, people watching, and club hopping. Check out what’s going on during the 2014 edition of Aires Libres in the Gay Village…

Queer MTL Travel Guide: Montreal Boy Episodes 5 & 6

In Logo’s webseries Montreal Boy, Stephane and Hugh are having a blast in Montreal. They’re seeing the sights, seeing the city, and definitely seeing each other. Have you watched all six episodes of Montreal Boy yet? Check them out on LogoTV.com/MontrealBoy! Find out more about all the places they visit in Montreal by scrolling through this Queer MTL Travel Guide:

Queer MTL Travel Guide: Montreal Boy Episode 3 & 4

Tourisme Montreal’s new six part webseries “Montreal Boy: Some Strings Attached” recently premiered on LogoTV.com. Find out more about the places featured in Episodes 3 & 4 with this Queer MTL Travel Guide… Shopping in the Plateau & Mile End Montreal Plateau and Mile End is filled with trendy high-end boutiques and eclectic vintage shops. Explore the little streets, discover hidden gems, and find the perfect fitting pant. Definitely pop into Alibi (506 Rachel East) for a nice selection of men’s wear. Seeing All The Sights from Mont-Royal The most iconic views of Montreal requires a short hike up Mont-Royal to the Kondiaronk Belvedere. Take some city selfies, share a little kiss, and watch the city buzz below. Drinks & Dinner with New Friends Montrealers are a friendly bunch, and you’ll likely meet a few new friends hanging out around the city. Grab a meal and a few drinks at a local eatery like Madame Lee (151 Ontario East.) A Spa on a Boat  If heaven on Earth exists, it’s confirmed that a small slice of it can be found at Bota Bota; spa-sur-l’eau floating in Montreal’s Old Port. The therapeutic nordic bath circuit will rejuvenate your mind, body & soul. The striking… / Read More →

Queer MTL Travel Guide: Montreal Boy Episodes 1 & 2

Tourisme Montreal’s new six part webseries “Montreal Boy: Some Strings Attached” recently premiered its first two episodes on LogoTV.com. Find out more about the places featured in Episodes 1 & 2 with this Queer MTL Travel Guide…

Montreal Boy: Some Strings Attached

Tourisme Montreal is excited to premiere our new six part webseries “Montreal Boy: Some Strings Attached” on LogoTV.com in collaboration with Air Canada and Jimmy Lee. When Montreal boy Stephane tries his hand at online dating, he meets the goofy, shy, and insanely hot Hugh. Only problem is… Hugh lives in New York! (Don’t you hate it when that happens?) Watch Montreal Boy: Some Strings Attached on LogoTV.com to go on a whirlwind weekend of love, sex, and drama in Montreal…

QUEER MTL: 10 Alternative Party Places in Montreal

Montreal is a cultural quilt made up of different people from many different places. While much of Montreal’s gay scene takes place in the Village, there’s a whole alternative queer scene scattered throughout the Downtown, Plateau, Old Port, and Mile End. If you’re looking for a queer-friendly party place in Montreal, check out these venues…

IMAGE+NATION 26: Montreal International LGBT Film Festival

Image+Nation is raising the curtain on their 26th edition, making it the longest running LGBT film festival in Canada. From November 28 to December 3, Image+Nation will screen the best queer cinema at venues around Montreal. Organizers have focused their curation of films this year around the global fight for LGBT rights…

QUEER MTL GUIDE: Fall in love with Autumn

Autumn in Montreal is the best time to fall in love with the city. After a fresh fun summer, the leaves start to burn with the colours of pumpkin spice, candlelight, and crisp nights. Montrealers start cuddling a little closer, ordering increasingly hot seasonal beverages, swapping their flip-flop-crop-tops for leather boots and knitwear, and begin feasting to pad our bodies for the winter months ahead. Fall in Montreal is hopelessly romantic, energetically busy, and comes and goes all too quickly…

LGBT SUMMER IN MONTREAL RECAP

Waking up bleary eyed in the fall, the summer long Montreal daydream becomes a memory meld of food trucks, festivals, park promenades, and sangria sipping in the sun. Because it’s Montreal (one of the most gay friendly places on Earth) the LGBT community was out frolicking in full force…