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Animaze festival opens mid-August
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Animaze festival opens mid-August

One of Montreal’s original and exciting festivals, focusing on animated feature films, opens August 18. The four-day Animaze International Film Festival & Industry Conference presents films from 65 countries in a range of genres and styles. The festival explores animation through screenings, lectures, and master-classes. It provides networking opportunities for […]

Venture out for the Arts Alive! Quebec festival
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Venture out for the Arts Alive! Quebec festival

Happening weekends in six Quebec regions, this festival is an opportunity to venture out, as close as Montreal’s West Island and Hudson, to areas further afield in Quebec City, Huntingdon, Knowlton and Wakefield.

Dance rules at August Saint-Sauveur arts festival
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Dance rules at August Saint-Sauveur arts festival

From August 3 to 13, the Festival des Arts de Saint-Sauveur showcases the talents of choreographers, dancers and composers from across Canada and abroad.

Montreal from downtown. Photo by Hayley Juhl
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Tableaux project illuminates Old Montreal

Cité Mémoire comes to life every night in Old Montreal and at the Old Port.

The TRC Bentwood Box, carved by Coast Salish artist Luke Marston, is a symbolic tribute to the strength and resilience of the residential school survivors and their descendants. The box travels with the TRC and is present during all sharing circles, where it serves to gather personal reflections on healing and reconciliation. At the end of the TRC’s mandate, the box will be housed in the National Research Centre.
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Montreal First Peoples Festival features films and music

Though it began as a film festival, mostly screening documentaries at the NFB theatre on St. Denis, the event quickly expanded to including crafts, visual arts, music and dance, as native artists heard of the event and wanted to participate.

Just for Laughs sets itself up to tickle your funny bone
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Just for Laughs sets itself up to tickle your funny bone

More than 90 comedians are sharpening their wits and preparing their funniest punch lines for the 34th Edition of the Just for Laughs Festival, July 13 to August 1.

What’s happening in Montreal this summer
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What’s happening in Montreal this summer

Book Drive South Shore University Women’s Club is collecting books of all categories, French and English, for its August 3-6 book sale. Profits provide scholarships for women in post-secondary education. To donate, bring books to St. Barnabas Church, 95 Lorne, St. Lambert, weekdays from July 25 – Aug, 2, 9am to […]

By Saykham Phommachane - Own work, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=33805776
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Re-experience the ‘76 Montreal Olympics this summer

Critics still call it late mayor Jean Drapeau’s billion-dollar baby.

Norman Cornett at the Jazz Festival
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Professor Cornett discusses jazz

Tord Gustavsen, the Norwegian jazz pianist and composer who is featured at this year’s Montreal International Jazz Festival, will be participating in two conversations with Prof. Norman Cornett.

The TRC Bentwood Box, carved by Coast Salish artist Luke Marston, is a symbolic tribute to the strength and resilience of the residential school survivors and their descendants. The box travels with the TRC and is present during all sharing circles, where it serves to gather personal reflections on healing and reconciliation. At the end of the TRC’s mandate, the box will be housed in the National Research Centre.
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National Aboriginal Day to be celebrated in Montreal

June 21 is National Aboriginal Day, when the heritage and traditions of First Nations, Inuit and Métis communities are recognized across Canada.