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Montreal City Guide for Travelers & Tourists

Montreal, one of the most popular metropolitan centers and second-largest city in Canada, is the emblem of European sophistication set against North American landscape. Every attraction in Montreal speaks of a place at once both vibrantly modern and charmingly quaint. There are annual Jazz concerts, hockey games, circuses, and hundreds of other free events and festivals year-round. A trip to Montreal proves that the best things in life are within your reach, sure to delight, and often absolutely free. read more »

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  • The race is on: it’s time to get in the last drops of Pop Montreal before it ends! Meanwhile, there’s lots of other unmissable stuff – this is fall in Montreal, after all. So grab a sweatband, some water, and get your entertainment on… [pop for all] Hope you saved some money for the last weekend of Pop Montreal, because that’s when the Puces Pop Fair takes place, selling all sorts of amazing crafts, foods and art works for 10 whole years now. Don’t miss a collaborative art project by Montreal great Dominique Pétrin at Quartiers Pop, or the photo exhibition of musicians’ portraits by Richmond Lam at Art Pop. Start the day off right on Saturday September 20 with a set by DJ Bass Princess at noon, followed by a 1 pm BBQ and art maze at Kids Pop, for the families out there- but don’t eat too much because there’s a dance party right after. Take in a show by local cutie Ari Swan at 3 pm, featuring her and her violin, then some Heavy Soundz at 4:40. The evening then there’s the dulcet toned Katie Moore at 10 pm, at the same time as Li’l Andy and... / Read More →The post Thing to do in Montreal: September 19-25 appeared first on Tourisme Montréal Blog.

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    Thing to do in Montreal: September 19-25
  • Cool and cutting-edge, Montreal’s Festival du Nouveau Cinéma showcases hundreds of the latest and most exciting creations in international, Canadian and Quebecois film, from famed directors and big-name stars to experimental auteurs and emerging artists… The 43rd Festival du Nouveau Cinéma runs October 8-19 at several theatres in the city centre, rolling out the red carpet for film premieres and this year’s Cannes and TIFF award-winners, as well as hosting an industry-specific professional conference, numerous workshops and discussions, all kinds of parties, and live performances. Cinephiles flock to the Festival du Nouveau Cinéma this year to see long-awaited films before they’re in wide release and hard-to-find art-house cinema, documentaries and short films well-worthy of the big screen. Opening the 2014 festival is Philippe Falardeau’s The Good Lie, the story of three Sudanese former child soldiers who settle in small-town America and the Canadian director’s follow-up to his award-winning 2011 drama Monsieur Lazhar. While social issues, politics and the spectacular landscape of Brazil captivate in Wim Wenders and Juliano Ribeiro Salgado’s documentary The Salt of the Earth, closing the festival. Among the many Canadians featured at the 2014 festival, don’t miss Maxime Giroux’s newest project, Félix and Meira, a love story... / Read More →The post Wild Worlds at the Festival du Nouveau Cinema 2014 appeared first on Tourisme Montréal Blog.

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    Wild Worlds at the Festival du Nouveau Cinema 2014
  • It doesn’t get more exciting than the fall months for Montreal sports aficionados: not only are all three of the city’s professional sports franchises – the NHL’s Montreal Canadiens, the CFL’s Montreal Alouettes and Major League Soccer’s Montreal Impact – in full regular season swing, fans hungry for all forms of competition have a varied plate to dine on The Canadiens will open their season against historical arch-rivals the Toronto Maple Leafs on Oct. 8 in Toronto, and will play their home opener against the similarly vilified Boston Bruins on Oct. 16 at the Bell Centre. For the second time in recent years they will play without a de facto captain, instead sharing leadership responsibilities across four assistant captains on a team that will feature many new faces. Speaking of the Bell Centre, pro basketball fans will want to take note that the Toronto Raptors will jump off against the storied New York Knicks for a preseason game on Oct. 24 for the third edition of the annual NBA Canada Series. Following the January retirement of beloved star quarterback Anthony Calvillo after 20 seasons in the CFL, Montreal’s Alouettes have struggled through a rebuilding year, with the perennial Grey Cup contenders... / Read More →The post Montreal Fall Sports Roundup appeared first on Tourisme Montréal Blog.

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    Montreal Fall Sports Roundup
  • Maybe you’re the kind of person who enjoys catching a sweet outdoor show as the sun sets, or maybe you’re the type who’s cabbing up and around St-Laurent Boulevard hitting club after club until the wee hours, or perhaps the sort that just likes some low-key drinks with a few mellow friends. Everyone enjoys a little something different in their nightlife, but the one thing these nights do have in common: Laugh-filled, totally awesome, Instagram-worthy, hashtaggy moments in Montreal. Book a wild weekend in Montreal (complete with special offers) by going to this link!The post VIDEO: Live Your Own Montreal Nightlife appeared first on Tourisme Montréal Blog.

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    VIDEO: Live Your Own Montreal Nightlife
  • When Montreal’s Restaurant Week, MTL à TABLE, runs from October 30 to November 9, 2014, the scrumptious culinary creations from the 140 participating restaurants will be exclusively paired with the finest wines from France… Pairing food and wine is an art that nearly anyone can appreciate, but only those with a discerning palate can actually do. A restaurant sommelier works directly with the chef to pick wines and usually approaches each dish with one of two strategies: Complement or contrast. For example, a dish with earthy flavours would complement well with an earthy wine such as a Pinot Noir, and a crisp acidic Sauvignon Blanc would offer a pleasant contrast to a dish rich in cream. The participating restaurants of MTL à TABLE took the Vins de France wine tasting at the Rialto Theatre very seriously. It was their chance to taste and select the wines to design their menus around. While much of the “wine talk” went slightly over the head of this writer, it quickly became an opportunity to learn.. Wines With Character: Strong wines rich in taste that linger in the mouth. More common among the red, they are colourful, and muscly. These wines include a Cabernet Sauvignon... / Read More →The post Enjoy Fine French Wines At MTL à TABLE 2014 appeared first on Tourisme Montréal Blog.

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    Enjoy Fine French Wines At MTL à TABLE 2014

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