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Montreal may surprise you with its diverse and unexpected animal life.

Sure, it’s common enough to spot more “conventional” animals like squirrels, deer and raccoons. Those may be enough to amuse the tourists, but running into more rarely-seen animals like foxes, coyote...


Getting around an area is so much easier when we know where we’re going. Welcome to the world of toponymy, the field tasked with naming the different places in a city. From memories of historical figures to reminders of important events in our history, the role of topo...


The Montréal Museum of Fine Arts has a collection of Inuit art that occupies the entire fourth floor of the Claire and Marc Bougie Pavilion of Quebec and Canadian Art. These works bear witness to the artistic practices of the Inuit people, defined by ancient customs an...

Comfortably located in the Old Port, Marché des Éclusiers offers a charmingly relaxed atmosphere and a mouthwatering menu built around products from its own farmers’ market.

Looking for a romantic outing? Try the captivating Canal Lounge, a café and bar inside a canal b...


Plateau-Mont-Royal residents are spoiled, surrounded as they are by so many parks. Whether you think about Mount-Royal Park, Laurier park or the many neighbourhood parks, green spaces are everywhere. However, if there is one that stands out from the others, it is the L...


Every summer since 2013, the charitable organization Un vélo Une ville has been offering senior citizens a free pedicab ride service, for practical errands or just for fun. With this service, Un vélo Une ville carries out two missions at once: helping to keep seniors f...


Does the thought of discovering the flavours of Montréal get your stomach growling? Local Montréal Food Tours offers a variety of walking tours to explore the city’s many delicious gourmet options. The core mission of this business, founded by two young local entrepren...


Everywhere you look in Montréal, you’ll see artists’ murals brightening and enlivening the city’s walls. Painted by talented local and international artists, including both newcomers and established artists, they depict aspects of a neighbourhood’s history and cultural...


Looking to get a bit off the beaten path as you explore Montréal? Are you interested in archaeology, historic spaces, and nature? If so, you’re sure to find a tour you’ll like with Heritage Montréal, the local organization that works to promote and protect the city’s h...

From now through September 1st, an immersive exhibition entitled Explosion 67 – Youth and Their World at the Centre d’histoire de Montréal will whisk you away to the bustling, dynamic Montréal of the late 1960s, where you can experience the Expo 67 through the memories...

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