To discover

Urban living vs. nature
Walk in the forest, picnic on the beach, fish, go rafting or windsurfing, ride a personal watercraft, go biking in the w...
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Montreal, the supermarket of nations
Like any self-respecting traveller, you always return from your trip with photos and a few keepsakes—clothing, artworks,...
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Rodney Saint-Éloi: publisher, poet, writer, essayist
For Haitian-born writer, publisher and adopted Quebecer Rodney Saint-Éloi, books are the best weapon in the fight agains...
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A broad spectrum of venues
PY1, a fascinating pyramid-shaped venue, Église Saint-Jean-Baptiste, Fairmount Theatre, Segal Centre, MAI Centre
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An island of diversity and contrasts
Montreal is one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the world, with more than 120 cultural communities represented here. ...
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MT1642 playlist – Summer 2019
Geneviève shares her love for Quebec culture through her involvement in the city’s most prestigious cultural events. Thi...
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Caro’s picks: DIVERSITY
A natural ambassador for her city, Caroline Khangi is in sync with the pulse of what makes Montreal hum. Her curious and...
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Maison Jacynthe
Her love and respect for animals prompted actress and author Jacynthe René to produce natural beauty products that don’t...
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From every origin and background
It would be hard to draw the portrait of a typical Montrealer. The problem isn’t that Montrealers are devoid of personal...
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Westmount and Hochelaga-Maisonneuve
One has to journey back into the Montreal’s fascinating industrial past to understand the enormous disparity between cer...
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Montreal architecture
From the historic Maison Saint-Gabriel, built in 1698 (Pointe Saint-Charles), to the innovative Symphonia Pop condominiu...
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Confessions of a concierge - Thomas Bellefeuille
He’s only held the title of hotel concierge for three years, but one has to wonder if Thomas Bellefeuille wasn’t prepari...
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Montreal: crossroad of the world
Montreal’s literary landscape is the very embodiment of diversity: linguistic diversity, certainly—Montreal is the heart...
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Storied Sainte-Catherine Street
This legendary downtown thoroughfare is a pillar of Montreal’s history, sharing both its moments of glory and its setbac...
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It’s a party 365 days a year!
Consider yourself a festival junkie? Think you could rise to the challenge of taking part in every festival and public a...
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Moderation in all things... except Montreal luxury!
As this new year gets under way, we take great pride in celebrating three years (already!) of Montréal, depuis 1642. Whe...
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