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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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  • The first time you set foot in Québec, the clichés about its cuisine abound. Montréal, mecca of poutine, beaver tails and pâté chinois. A paradise where rich dishes and heaping plates help protect you from the cold? Perhaps. But this description feels a little overcooked. And ever since Toqué—the restaurant that redefined Québec cuisine—opened its doors, the culinary scene continues to chart daring and creative new territory, so much so that the Omnivore food festival has been firing up Foodlab for the past three years now. Who are the chefs to watch? The restaurants not to miss during your next visit to Montréal? Our recommendations: Manitoba Manitoba is situated smack dab in the middle of the Mile Ex industrial district, in an up-and-coming neighbourhood that’s very popular among Montrealers. This delightful rustic-chic restaurant, which takes a walk on wild side, boasts a menu entirely dedicated to Québec terroir cuisine and feels entirely one-of-a-kind. The restaurant, created by the design firm La Firme, ushers the flora and fauna of Québec to its open kitchen past a slender dark wood bar and an intricate cedar ceiling. It’s pleasing to the eye, friendly and accessible. The menu changes according to product availability. Go... / Read More →The post Spotlight on new Québec cuisine: five excellent picks appeared first on Tourisme Montréal Blog.

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    Spotlight on new Québec cuisine: five excellent picks
  • Montréal is a top LGBT tourism destination, but the city wasn’t always the gay hub it is today. Back in the 17th century it was just a tiny outpost of the French Empire, surrounded by fields and valleys as far as the eye could see. It was here in 1648 that a gay military drummer with the French garrison stationed to protect the Sulpician Order of priests — the seigneurs of Montréal — was charged by the Order with committing “the worst of crimes” and sentenced to certain death in the galleys. “The drummer’s life was spared after Jesuits in Québec City intervened on his behalf,” Québec Gay Archives co-founder Ross Higgins said. “He was given a choice by the Roman Catholic Bishop of Québec: die or become the colony’s first executioner.” The unidentified drummer took the executioner job. Before Montréal was founded in 1642 by the young French officer Paul de Chomedey de Maisonneuve, it is worthy to note the cyclical intolerance of minorities like Jews, homosexuals and Gypsies in Christian Europe. So it was in Montréal, where fewer than a thousand settlers endured gruelling winters and disease for decades, and where guards stood on duty against Indians to protect... / Read More →The post An Abbreviated History of Gay Montréal appeared first on Tourisme Montréal Blog.

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    An Abbreviated History of Gay Montréal
  • Michel Rabagliati is the man behind Paul, the character of his graphic novels based in Montréal and famous worldwide for quiet adventures in which Paul explores the countryside, the metro system and the fishing pond. Translated from their original French (Les Éditions de la Pastèque) into many languages (including English by Montréal comic publisher Drawn and Quarterly), Rabagliati’s work is boundless in its charm. He told us about his Montréal. Job: Graphic novelist Favourite pastime: Singing in a choir. It’s something I love, first of all because it gives me a reason to leave my house (I’d probably stay chained to my drawing table for months without noticing otherwise), and second, because it’s hugely satisfying. Working in harmony and bringing human voices together in concert is truly a unique experience. Who knows, maybe song is the solution to war! How long have you been a Montrealer? I was born here, in Rosemont, in the 1960s. I had a delightful and worry-free childhood. I’ve never envied those who grew up in the countryside. What’s the coolest thing you’ve done so far this year? I think that would be going on set during the shooting of the film based on my work,... / Read More →The post Meet a Montrealer: Michel Rabagliati appeared first on Tourisme Montréal Blog.

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    Meet a Montrealer: Michel Rabagliati
  • At the end of this month, there will be so much innovative energy concentrated in Montréal that there’s the very real danger of spontaneous creative combustion on a global scale, the kind of explosions of imagination that have the potential to be life-changing. Which is exactly what the organizers of the annual C2 Montréal business conference are hoping for. We’ll explain the 2015 edition in five easy answers. What? C2 Montréal is a business conference, yes, but it ain’t your granddaddy’s plodding, PowerPoint-driven business conference. Described as existing at the point where genius meets insanity, C2 is all action all the time. This year will see some 4,000 participants from every industry imaginable (aerospace, food, art, medicine, agriculture, marketing, fashion, gaming, you name it) come to Montréal to get inspired by world-renowned speakers giving state-of-the-art multimedia presentations. They will also participate in hands-on collaborative workshops, stimulating masterclasses, exclusive creative and artistic happenings, next-level music events and cutting-edge live performance. And parties. Let’s not forget the parties. Why? There are commercial problems – some common, some unique to an individual enterprise or industry – that require creative solutions. (Commerce + creativity = C2, get it?) Conceived in Montreal, C2 Montréal is... / Read More →The post What you need to know about C2 Montréal 2015 in five easy answers appeared first on Tourisme Montréal Blog.

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    What you need to know about C2 Montréal 2015 in five easy answers
  • Rated “North America’s premiere biking city” by the Copenhagenize Report (2013), Montréal boasts 645 kilometres of bike paths. Itching to explore the city on two wheels? Here are our picks for Montréal’s prettiest urban routes, pedaled carefree and car-free. The Lachine Canal bike path Ranked third on Time magazine’s Top 10 Urban Biking Trips in 2009, the nearly 15-kilometre-long Lachine Canal bike whisks cyclists alongside a canal that is operated by modern locks, open to small pleasure craft and bordered by old 19th-century factories. Starting from the Old Port, up to the Atwater Market, until the Chemin du Musée, in Lachine, where a stop-off at Parc René-Lévesque is recommended, this pretty circuit winds you through natural spaces and industrial parks alike. On the way back, follow the Berges Ouest bike path along the St. Lawrence River to Verdun and LaSalle, where you can watch surfers or kayakers navigating the rapids. De Maisonneuve Boulevard bike path Ideal for exploring downtown by bike! If you start from the Grande Bibliothèque (near the Berri-UQAM métro station), you can ride past skyscrapers right up to the sweet boutiques and museums of downtown Montréal, and get a glimpse of Place des Arts at the same time.... / Read More →The post Montréal’s most scenic bike paths appeared first on Tourisme Montréal Blog.

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    Montréal’s most scenic bike paths

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