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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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  • If your starting line is: The Fairmont Le Reine Elizabeth Few hotels around the world can boast a Running Concierge, but then again, few hotel chains dedicate as much thought to fitness as Fairmont does. (Try their fitness-gear rental program – it’s so handy!) At the Fairmont Le Reine Elizabeth in the heart of downtown Montréal, every Tuesday and Thursday morning at 6:30 am between May and late September, the lobby fills with avid runners led by Vicki Findley, Convention & Catering Services Manager in addition to being the Running Concierge. She and her colleagues – all marathoners or triathletes – combine the best of both worlds: fitness and exploration of this gorgeous city and its assets. “As we run, we give information about the hotel and the city,” explains Findley. “It starts out chatty, but as we go and the breathing gets heavier, it tends to get a bit more quiet!” Among the three jogging routes offered, the most popular is the 7 km downtown/Plateau run. The group goes up McGill, then runs into the McGill University campus to the exit on Milton. They continue east on Milton, until St-Laurent; then go north up to Prince Arthur. From there,... / Read More →The post On the Run! Great Jogging Trails from Amazing Montréal Hotels appeared first on Tourisme Montréal Blog.

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    On the Run! Great Jogging Trails from Amazing Montréal Hotels
  • Mode Montréal is a resource every travelling fashion maven should know. Not only does it provide cues for the latest local street styles to help you pack appropriately (hint: beanies are a must), but it also gives you a pro’s plan of action for your shopping spree once you get here. Welcome to Montréal’s ultimate fashion map! “The idea for the map came five years ago, when the City of Montréal created the Fashion Bureau, because we did a survey with Léger Marketing and realized people were interested in buying local, they just didn’t know where to find it. So we created the Fashion Map to identify who Montréal’s fashion designers were and where they were located,” says Diane Duhamel, Commissioner of fashion for the Fashion Bureau. As it stands, Mode Montréal’s map is an amazing way to learn about who peoples this rich landscape of style creation, with a directory that covers hundreds of brands – from Anastasia Lomonova to Zenobia – and pinpoints their stockists all over the city. But lo and behold, it’s about to get even better. “We will soon be creating a new version of the map with Google,” says Sophie Rozon, Marketing and Internet... / Read More →The post Montréal’s Ultimate Fashion Map appeared first on Tourisme Montréal Blog.

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    Montréal’s Ultimate Fashion Map
  • Rain or shine, just the fact of being able to stroll on snow-free streets is enough to give the city a giddy feel this week. There’s so much enchantment to be had with the thaw of spring, whether it’s the reopening of the musical swings at Place des Arts, the reawakening of the city’s huge bike-path network or the freeing of butterflies in the Botanical Garden (until April 26). Oh, and did we mention monster trucks? Springtime spectacles With the Montréal Canadiens in the playoffs, there’s already so much excitement in the air! But when you’re not at one of these cool spots taking in the games, check out the monster truck engines rev and the mud fly at the 20th edition of Monster Spectacular at the Olympic Stadium on April 25. Then there’s the Spielgelworld theatrical showstopper, Empire, which continues to wow in its own designated tent on the corner of René-Lévesque and Bleury with a unique blend of circus, comedy and vaudeville until May 24. As for theatre, Montréal filmmaker Jacob Tierney (The Trotsky) directs Tom Stoppard’s Tony Award-winning comedy Travesties, on until May 3 at the Segal Centre. Not to mention the interactive spaces, visual and audio performances, immersive experiences, 3D productions, cutting-edge electronic music, vernissages... / Read More →The post Things to do in Montréal: April 24 to 30 appeared first on Tourisme Montréal Blog.

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    Things to do in Montréal: April 24 to 30
  • The McCord Museum presents the provocative exhibition, Camp Fires: The Queer Baroque of Léopold L. Foulem, Paul Mathieu and Richard Milette, which explores explicit themes and gay identity via 60 works by three internationally-renowned French-Canadian ceramic artists. “The works have been assembled around the theme ‘Queer Baroque’ because all three artists explore aspects of Baroque,” says exhibition curator Robin Metcalfe. “All three artists were raised in Catholic culture which is steeped in the Baroque, which itself was appropriated in the construction of queer identity: aristocratic and aesthetic sensibilities were appropriated in the 19th century by people constructing a new homosexual identity, people like Oscar Wilde. For instance, the painting Blue Boy (by Thomas Gainsborough) exemplified masculinity in its day, but is seen as very gay today. It has come to be read that way because of the appropriation of the aesthetic.” Produced by Toronto’s Gardiner Museum, this touring exhibition is currently on display at the McCord Museum until August 15, 2015. Metcalfe says the three artists were chosen because of their longstanding relationships with one another: Milette and Mathieu were students together, and Milette and Foulem are married. “They also share a common political discourse and produce ceramics as a... / Read More →The post McCord Museum’s provocative “Camp Fires” exhibition explores gay identity appeared first on Tourisme Montréal Blog.

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    McCord Museum’s provocative “Camp Fires” exhibition explores gay identity
  • Since he’s a guy who has little time for self-important titles, Andy Nulman’s latest professional incarnation – Chief Attention Getter for the self-explanatory Society for the Celebrations of Montréal’s 375th Anniversary – seems to strike just the right light-hearted chord. An indefatigable creative (he might also say “disruptive”) force, the colourful Just For Laughs co-founder is more than just a masterful marketing and big-picture business brain. In addition to his current work shouting about Montréal from the mountaintop, as it were, he also teaches a fairly unorthodox and in-demand marketing class at Montréal’s McGill University. And this summer he’s putting the “fun” in fundraiser, directing a multimedia musical benefit show for the Segal Centre for Performing Arts. Nulman is the definition of a free thinker, and his boundless curiosity is matched only by his limitless love for the city he calls home. In fact (and this might come as a surprise for some), this citizen of the world is also a wee bit of a Montréal homebody. What’s your role at 375MTL? “As the title says, it’s not necessarily a marketing position, it’s Chief Attention Getter. The goal is to start building attention around Montréal two years before it celebrates... / Read More →The post Meet a Montrealer… Andy Nulman appeared first on Tourisme Montréal Blog.

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    Meet a Montrealer… Andy Nulman

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