As we continue exploring architecture of Montreal, we follow RBC to its original Montreal location: the RBC Tower on rue Saint-Jacques ouest.
Ever wonder why the Royal Bank of Canada has its Montreal headquarters in 1 Place Ville-Marie? It started, like most business plans do, with a contract. In fact, they’re [read on]
In our next stop looking at architecture and history in Montreal, we have a look at Mary, Queen of the World Cathedral located downtown.
In this new weekly article, the Artistorian lists her picks from the Montreal art scene this week.
Looking at the Palais de justice of Montreal and the courts it houses.
Portuguese housing projects of the 1970s focus on CCA exhibit.
Competition for sukkah design in New York City invigorates traditional structure
Fine film focuses on how Nuremberg was used to promote and showcase Hitler and the Nazi Party.
For several days photographer Magali Crevier followed a giant inflatable red ball around the city. Spot these locations and find out how well you know Montreal.
Flying high, Montreal’s skateboarders turn La Place de La Paix into their playground during pilot project.
Montreal’s annual summer Mural Festival brings out graffiti and street artists to create magnificent murals on buildings in the Plateau.
Mellon lecturer Antoine Picon addresses the concept of the smart city at CCA event.
All the world’s on at the CCA for Nuit Blanche.
CCA Exhibit takes a closer look at the 19th century Arabic city and the idea of Orientalism through the lens of photographers.
A new and accessible exhibit at the CCA focuses on how architectural and urban projects in Casablanca and Chandigarh successfully combine post colonial ambitions with help from wealthier nations.