As stated many times in the past few weeks, New France’s population was an epic fail at best. Despite Champlain’s permanent settlement, the Habitation, as well as both [read on]
Champlain’s Habitation, though meant as the first permanent settlement in the colony of New France, needed a population to match. Despite surviving several sieges, the [read on]
What did an early Quebec look like in the 1620s and 1630s? Find out on this week’s Quebec Curios.
Our story begins with a simple man: David Kirke. Born and raised in Normandy, like many people of his time, little is known about this Englishman until his participation in [read on]
Champlain: one of the great names of Quebec history, but how well do we know him? Like Jacques Cartier, we are still questioning details about Champlain’s early life, [read on]
Everything you need to know about Montreal’s biggest music festival — where to go, how to get tickets, where to stay, what to wear, and who to hear.
Links and information about surviving the snowstorm season in Montreal.
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.
Quebec has 73 registered non-profits that focus on animal rescue and welfare. A few of them are in Montreal and its surrounds.
In a tour of the island’s boroughs, T.A. Wellington checks out the one with the oldest golf club in North America.
Quebec 102 looks at the cost of renting an apartment in Montreal.
Photos of Fozzy, Warrant, Dokken, Marky Ramone, Within Temptation and more!