Life without John Molson might be a bit drier had he not come back to Montreal in 1786 to establish his own brewery. An Englishman by birth, he entered the brewing business [read on]
Annual festival makes eating in the Old Port a little lighter on the wallet.
Baby it’s cold outside, but it’s worth it to get out there and see what’s happening in Montreal. A list of festivals and events in Montreal for January.
Food isn’t the only reason to check out the vegan festival at Marche Bonsecours this weekend
After the Battle of the Plains of Abraham, in which both the English and the French commanders died, both sides continued taking up their arms and fighting each other. With [read on]
Dans quelques jours débutera le festival Ancient Future, 3 jours, 3 scènes, plus de 30 artistes internationaux et locaux au Quai de l’Horloge ainsi qu’au Hangar 16!
The city of festivals has something for everyone. Check out our 2016 festival and event calendar for August.
The Vikings may have landed in Canada first, but the first permanent settlement was manned by Jacques Cartier, a French explorer. Learn about this era of exploration in this week’s Quebec Curios.
Drop in to Montreal’s annual festival of contemporary art works for sale.
While not as fancy as Canada’s best known court, the Supreme Court, Canada has its own national court in the form of the Federal Court. As part of the right of the federal [read on]
The Olympic Stadium in Hochelaga-Maisonneuve has the reputation of being a big doughnut-shaped building, a money guzzler, or the home of the Montreal Impact, depending on [read on]
The chocolate fashion shows were a highlight of Je t’aime en chocolat. Jennifer lets us know why you won’t want to miss this.