A giant New Year’s party marks the end of Montreal’s 375th anniversary.
New station opens in Lachine.
City tours led by residents showcase Montreal’s neighbourhoods under many lenses.
Event celebrating all things Montreal brings curated creators together.
We sent out two photographers to capture the parade. Here’s what they saw.
Jade Salter is making yoga accessible for everybody with her queer and trans yoga classes.
Survival guide to the Montreal St. Patrick’s Day Parade 2016
During the daytime, the outdoor site of the city festival has plenty to do that’s kid appropriate and still fun for adults. Also, Hello Kongzi is awesome.
Shadows and light at play in two of Montreal’s churches.
Links and information about surviving the snowstorm season in Montreal.
Check out free sets of data from the city of Montreal. You might find something worth blowing a whistle about.
We got a list of things to do for New Year’s Eve. All the parties, music, comedy, fireworks, and champagne you can handle is listed here.
The repairs to Montreal’s Sud est interceptor are done.
Montreal’s office of public consultation begins an on-line discussion about reducing fossil fuel use in the city. What do you think?
Starting in May 2016, Montreal will get a weekly pedestrian-bike street in the Sud-Ouest.
Interactive and immersive experience promises to be fun and to give your heart a good workout with adrenaline.
List of festivals and events in Montreal taking place in August 2015. Dance, food, culture, and lots of pride!
Exhibition at Pointe à Callière brings rare pieces from Greece to Montreal that celebrate ancient Greek culture.
Register this weekend to participate in the city’s most absurd (and fun) scavenger hunt.
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.