The first battle of the American Revolution was that of Lexington and Concord, fought in 1775. These battles occurred in April, right on the heels of Paul Revere and [read on]
In most respects, the Quebec Act (Acte de Québec) was a consolidation of reforms and tolerances pushed by Guy Carleton during his time as Governor of Quebec. The Act would [read on]
Largest east coast indie games event has plenty of local talent showing its latest.
The British authorities were the ones that ordered the mass deportation of the Acadians starting in 1755, but they would also be the ones to allow their returns. Deportations [read on]
From the first day to the last, we’ve got a festival or an event to keep your Montreal November on the move.
Dokstation invites you to an event showcasing workshops on interesting topics, catered cocktail hour, jazz band, activities and games for the Autism Foundation.
Annual gala of not-for-profit to protect singers, songwriters and publishers honors members.
Thinkers from around the world come to Montreal in the name of peace, cooperation, and interfaith connection.
Just for Laughs impressed me this year: we are spoiled for funny ladies. There is so much talent on display that it its hard to choose who to see. The festival is hosting [read on]
The death of a beloved karate teacher brings together a community of seemingly disconnected people in Montreal.
There’s a little game about catching pokemons that has taken Montreal and the world by storm. Find out what it’s like to play en masse here.
What did an early Quebec look like in the 1620s and 1630s? Find out on this week’s Quebec Curios.