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Things to Do in Montreal: November 29–December 5

Along with the newly fallen snow in Montreal comes the beginning of the holiday season and its many events — this week brings winter sports, on-stage spectacle, new film, unique shopping experiences and live music…

Best Greek Food in Montreal

The greatest thing about Montreal is that you can stand on any corner of the city, walk five minutes in any direction and before you ask yourself where you are, you’ll be trying to decide what to eat. Awesome dining and restaurant options in each and every neighbourhood exemplify the cultural diversity of Montreal and the delicious decisions one is faced with at any hungry moment. The strong Greek community in the city is proud to offer you choices no matter which part of the city you find yourself hungry in…

Winter Street Food and Food Trucks in Montreal

Summer has come and gone and so has Montreal’s first ever food truck pilot project. This past summer saw the proliferation of food trucks in Montreal, for the first time in 66 years. This first attempt at street food has been a successful one, with over 30 trucks roaming the city’s streets and feeding hundreds of thousands Montrealers and visitors alike. The dining offer was varied, of high quality and delicious. Although some kinks still need to be worked out, this summer’s pilot project was highly successful and has most certainly paved the way to even more outstanding ones in the years to come…

Extreme sports and activities in Montreal

Looking for an adrenaline rush in Montreal? There are lots of thrilling activities around the city designed to get your palms sweaty and heart racing. From rock climbing to simulated skydiving, these wild sports are great to get active and have fun…

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…

Where to Stay for Cheap in Montreal

A traveler or tourist doesn’t have to spend a lot of money to be in the heart of all the Montreal action. Many budget friendly hotels, hostels, lofts and bed and breakfasts in Montreal are centrally located downtown with easy access to the metro system; so exploring all corners of the city is super easy. So for individuals, couples and families who would rather spend their dollars eating, shopping, and doing activities in our beautiful city, then consider the following places to stay…

Merry Montreal Celebrates Holiday Season in the City

The cobblestone streets of Old Montreal bustle with classic sights and all-new entertainment this holiday season: each weekend, from December 14 to January 5, Merry Montreal lights up the historic district, inviting everyone to eat, drink, and, of course, be merry…

The Second Edition of Taste MTL: a Success Story!

The second edition of TASTE MTL has just ended. Montrealers and visitors alike welcomed this most delicious of food festivals with unbridled enthusiasm and a great appetite. Most of the 128 participating restaurants were booked days ahead and the excitement could be felt via all social media channels just as soon as TASTE MTL took off on November 1. The avalanche of enticing photos from diners and restaurants alike was enough to whet any onlooker’s appetite and create an ongoing buzz that didn’t let up for the 10 days the festival lasted…

Things to Do in Montreal: November 15-21

Montreal’s entertainment and arts scene this week is all about shifting from big outdoor crowds to getting cozy inside, whether that means watching new and rare films, going to the circus or the opera, shopping for winter wear, or turning the heat up at a rock show…

Incredible pictures document Montreal’s past

Montreal is marching towards its 375th anniversary in 2017; counting from 1642 when Ville-Marie was founded by Maisonneuve and Jeanne Mance. With a history so tumultuous and rich, several museums are dedicated to cataloging everything that’s gone down on this small island sitting tight in the St. Lawrence river…