Quartier des Spectacles
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]
Outside of the Hydro-Québec Building on boulevard René-Lévesque is a bust of none other than René Lévesque. Sculpted in bronze by Hungarian artist Paul Lancz (sculptor [read on]
There’s a reason to get out every night in Montreal in February with festivals from day 1 to day 29 (it’s leap year!)
When one tends to think of religious institutions, one thinks of tradition and stability. More often we don’t realise that its long tradition is rooted in its history and [read on]
In our final stop around Montreal’s microbookstores, we take a look at some specialty stores around the area that service anything from food to religion.
Links and information about surviving the snowstorm season in Montreal.
Some more of Montreal’s micro-bookstores. This week: French and international bookstores.
Montreal scales back on its festival calendar in December, but theres still lots to do.
Montreal Rampage’s Parisian reporter speaks out about the attack on her hometown and has a message for everyone.
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.
The repairs to Montreal’s Sud est interceptor are done.
The heart of the Island, the borough of Ville-Marie goes back to 1642, when some of the first colonists came to populate the land and convert the natives. Founded by Paul de [read on]