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]
Wondering what to do in July in Montreal? We’ve got you covered with your festival calendar here.
Part III of our exploration of Quebec’s aboriginal communities. Part of an ongoing series about Quebec History.
Part II of a presentation on Quebec’s First Nations and Inuit communities. Part of an ongoing series about Quebec history.
On our journey through Quebec history, we take a look at Quebec’s eleven aboriginal groups.
We take a look at the vocabulary surrounding Canada’s First Nations and Inuit communities.
Event celebrating all things Montreal brings curated creators together.
Collaborative art, music, and food event brings together Montreal artists this Saturday
Tattoo artist SmAshley Dale talks about the increased popularity of the tattoo and how she developed her own signature style of dot work.
In our next stop looking at architecture and history in Montreal, we have a look at Mary, Queen of the World Cathedral located downtown.
Check out free sets of data from the city of Montreal. You might find something worth blowing a whistle about.
Like all the places covered in our My Montreal series, Le Sud-Ouest has an important place in the history of Montreal. Its story is particularly interesting: composed of [read on]
It is said that the town’s name came from a joke of the explorer La Salle looking for China one fine day in 1669. When he didn’t make it to Asia, the people mocked him [read on]
Want to know what’s happening in Montreal in September. We’ve got a list of cultural events and festivals for you to peruse.
The Dora Wasserman Yiddish Theatre brings a legendary Yiddish tale of love and demon possession to the Montreal Segal Center in quite a chilling production.
Wanting to immerse a little more in Otakuthon’s cultural variety, Rachel visited every single room.
Cosplay central at Otakuthon this afternoon. The anime world is alive and maybe a little human.
Historically once the land of farmers and other agricultural workers. Anjou evolved in the 1950s to a more urban culture, and in 1956, Anjou separated from a fellow parish to [read on]
As it is with anyone, Riley is dominated by her emotions, the little voices in her head, but in the world of Inside Out, this is quite literal. In Riley’s mind are five [read on]
“Mr Leopold Bloom ate with relish the inner organs of beasts and fowls. He liked thick giblet soup, nutty gizzards, a stuffed roast heart, liverslices fried with [read on]