Quebec pianist David Jalbert proves that Glenn Gould wasn’t the last Canadian to tackle this epic Bach work with flair.
A room full of free cheese and wine made by local Quebec producers? Who could resist? But the main question is who took home the Bleu Ribbon according to reporter Annie Shreeve?
Monogrenade releases Composite at La Tulipe. This is Andres Roget’s photo journal of the event.
Serafim and Clare follows two artists, a photographer and a dancer, who come together as lovers despite their different backgrounds in Quebec of the 1920s.
They’re fast and they fly. Quebec has much to be proud of on the Canadian Olympic Snowboard team.
Jean Michel Pigeon talks about the origins of Composite.
Fries! Gravy! Cheese Curds! and a lot of other things… Try out Montreal’s poutine in all its varieties this week.
Don’t harbor illegal monkeys up your rectum. However, you can probably harbor guinea pigs, tartar, newly-appointed Cardinals, concrete, the Transport Minister.
Alt-folk band the Wind and the Wild are as introspective and wintery as the place they come from.
Beautiful one-of-a-kind, artisanal goods on offer at the SAT’s souk make unique gifts for everyone on your list this year.
At the Montreal Mundial festival, photojournalist Andres Roget caught Collectivo and the Souljazz Orchestra at l’Astral.