Cité Mémoire comes to life every night in Old Montreal and at the Old Port.
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.
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.
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 […]
Critics still call it late mayor Jean Drapeau’s billion-dollar baby.
June 21 is National Aboriginal Day, when the heritage and traditions of First Nations, Inuit and Métis communities are recognized across Canada.
Singer/composer Karen Young is continuing a busy year with a new vocal production called Strange Tales from the Isles.
Fans of John Zorn, the prolific and imaginative musical innovator, will be flocking to this city starting May 19.