“regarde les étoiles…” A must see when you’re in Montreal, the Rio Tinto Alcan Planetarium (4801, avenue Pierre-De Coubertin, Montreal QC) has been a hit since the doors opened to the public about six years ago and makes Montreal Space For…Read more.
If you are looking to experience Montreal in the way that the city was meant to be experienced, you will try three of the things that it is the most famous for: smoked meat sandwiches, beer, and poutine. As far…Read more.
Walk Through History in Halifax Leanne Tait, WKND Contributor Halifax for a weekend getaway? Why not? With a flavour all its own, and a history to match, this seaside city is worth a second look. Halifax is a quick two…Read more.
Looking for Montreal-style bagels? Indeed, no trip to Quebec is complete without picking up a dozen freshly baked bagels from Montreal. Montreal bagels are famous for a reason: they are carefully hand rolled from scratch, boiled in honey sweetened water,…Read more.
One of the trendiest restaurants in Montreal is Martin Picard’s Le Pied de Cochon (536 Duluth Est, Montreal QC). After the restaurant received Anthony Bourdain’s seal of approval on No Reservations TV show, there have ironically been many more reservations…Read more.
On select Saturday mornings throughout the season at the Centaur Theatre, young children and their families enjoy affordable and engaging live performances by some of Montreal’s best talent for kids and if you are looking for things to do in…Read more.