Annual event brings together many to support human rights victims around the world.
Hundreds come out to send cards of support to Amnesty International’s chosen prisoners each December. Pictures here.
In our next glance at shops in and around Montreal, we take a look at the composition and legal background behind cooperatives (“coops”).
Lily Huynh takes us on a tour of the seasonal market that raises funds for children.
December is the busiest time of the year for local choir groups and Montreal has hundreds. Here’s why you should check one out.
They have been ongoing for several weeks already, but they’ll keep on happening every weekend. Here’s a list of choice places to get your gifts.
Montreal’s office of public consultation begins an on-line discussion about reducing fossil fuel use in the city. What do you think?
Join the worldwide community playing mobile game Ingress with Montreal’s players every first Saturday of the month.
Multi-day art-installation/activism combines the efforts of two organizations with the goal of increased awareness about homelessness.
You too can become part of the contemporary art world as a collector. Find out how with SéminArts, an amazing program to give you confidence and knowledge.
When you need to eat but you don’t have much to spend, Montreal’s student and community cafes have you covered.
A large group of concerned individuals turned out to march in memory of the missing and murdered aboriginal women.