Delicious tacos that break tex-mex convention can be yours at the Old Port. We send Paulette to check them out.
List of festivals and events in Montreal taking place in August 2015. Dance, food, culture, and lots of pride!
Bota Bota, spa on a boat, has a water circuit, mani-pedis, and massage. Enjoy it all on Thursday nights with the Urban Drift.
The first ever poutine fest brings in trucks from around Montreal, Ottawa, and other parts of Quebec to battle for the best fries, cheese, gravy, and other toppings.
Derrick Soarres tries the zip line and lives to show us his pictures.
Great designers and good prices are welcome, but a tired atmosphere detracted from event
We send Sorin to check out a pole dancing fitness class at the Milan Pole Dance Studio. Does he survive? Does he have to take off his pants? Read on…
La Poutine Week organized the event Cognitive Cooking in collaboration with IBM on Thursday February 5th. People were invited to try poutines for free at l’Auberge [read on]
Esther reviews the 2015 Slow Montreal wine tasting event at Marché Bonsecours.
Zola Jesus delivers emotive, dynamic performance that stuns the audience into breathless silence.
Exhibition at Pointe à Callière brings rare pieces from Greece to Montreal that celebrate ancient Greek culture.
Dream about summer from the first snowfall? Our new column Rx for Winter has got what you need to make it through a Montreal winter. Bota Bota spa up first.
Use it or lose it — school boards, St. Denis, and sitting down.
Visiting the Notre Dame Basilica in the Old Port is a must do here in Montreal. This beautiful, rich and historic building is filled with so many stories!
Don’t miss a summertime cycle along the Lachine Canal. It’s the perfect way to spend an afternoon in a beautiful area of Montreal.
Dressed all in white, hundreds of yogis came to the Old Port to practice en masse. Here is a photo journal of the event.
Montreal’s first liquid nitrogen ice-cream bar opens at Place d’Armes. Perfect for a afternoon summertime treat.
Find out all the details on the Saturday fireworks… and a list of places to watch them.
This Old Port eatery was picked by Montrealers as a restaurant must, but Esther lets us know if once is enough.
Kim Hachey missed Montreal’s sandy beach last year. This year, she made sure she went.