The Olympic Stadium: a giant, donut-shaped building. That’s about it, right? In a word, non. Envisioned by French architect Roger Taillibert, featuring a retractable roof [read on]
Week long festival to celebrate hip hop through performances, lectures, workshops, and good vibes comes to the city.
With my favourite eatery on a two month hiatus, a ramen fan can check out these options (plus two to avoid).
Victoria heads to Comedyworks to check out the line-up for the grand reopening. Massimo, Peter J. Radmoski, and Emma Wilkie slay the crowd.
Place des Arts lights up with immersive art featuring an art installation, food trucks, videos, and interactive games.
Examining the role of controversial federalist/separatist Robert Bourassa in Quebec politics, as well as his time spent as a professor between 1976-1983.
Every Sunday you can watch the funniest of the funny battle to be the last of the funny… and it’s funny.
The Souk at the SAT is one of the most anticipated holiday markets in Montreal.
From films to the invited guests, this festival of Francophone film brings international cinema to Montreal
Pop Up restaurants for a single day all over Montreal (OK, mostly the Plateau but other places too). Check them out and see what amazing chefs we hide in our neighborhoods.
Seeing the Montreal Canadiens play at the Bell Centre is an absolute highlight of my time in Montreal. Ice hockey is a must see while in Montreal.
Canadiens retire Guy Lapointe’s #5 jersey, reuniting the Big 3 of their heyday atop the Bell Centre. Should they stop retiring jerseys now?