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Why to Choose Little Rock in AR if You Think of Residential Lots for...

  Big cities can offer you everything you've ever imagined. And by mean, really everything. Except for a relaxed way of living and untouched nature. In finding the ideal place...
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Sugar Shacks in the West and Beyond

Cabane à Sucre Jean Renaud & Fils Classic sugar shack in a woodsy setting open seasonally for traditional hearty grub, try the maple syrup pie. Address: 1034 Boulevard Arthur-Sauvé, Saint-Eustache, QC...
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Montreal mourns the loss of beloved pastry chef Patrice Bernadel

Montreal has lost a beautifully creative soul as Les Délices de Patrice owner and chef, Patrice Bernadel, died by suicide over the weekend. The Montreal pastry chef was known...
Nicholas Johnson

Montrealer, Nicholas Johnson named valedictorian of Princeton University’s Class of 2020

Denise Valenti, Office of Communications - April 27, 2020 "Nicholas Johnson, an operations research and financial engineering concentrator from Montreal, has been named valedictorian of Princeton’s Class of 2020. Grace...
360° Observatory Deck

This great family outing is 185 meters above ground

The 360° Observatory Deck at the top of the Place Ville Marie building will give you a never before seen view of the city. Some of Montreal's best landmarks -...
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Canadian Museum of History shoots, scores with a major league exhibition about hockey in...

From shinny on small ponds to all-star games in giant arenas, hockey in Canada is much more than a sport. It's a national and personal obsession that brings us...
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May 1: Total Number of Confirmed COVID-19 Cases in the Montreal Area

UPDATE, May 1 2020, 1:30 pm: Number of confirmed COVID-19 cases: - Québec: 28 648 - Canada: 54,784 - US: 1.12M - Worldwide: 3.3M In Québec, to date, 28 648 confirmed cases of COVID‑19, including 2 022 deaths, have been reported. The...
Ogilvy's Christmas window

The Ogilvy’s Christmas window has moved to the McCord Museum

Updated November 30th, 2019 I was a little late to the party on this one last year, so for those of you who didn't get the memo in 2018 -...
Blue Bonnets

Razing Blue Bonnets – Demolition a go, no target date

by Joel Ceausu  The borough of CDN-NDG has taken the first step in the redevelopment of the old Blue Bonnets site, with council authorized demolition of existing buildings, the majority...
Oistins Fish Fry a must while visiting Barbados

Oistins Fish Fry – Barbados

By Rhonda Massad Barbados is one of my favorite places to visit when looking for warmth in the chilly Montreal winter months.  Oistins is an active fishing town on the south coast...