Montreal

By Anita Stewart Montréal, at the confluence of the St Lawrence and Ottawa Rivers, was founded as the Catholic mission of Ville Marie in 1642.  The early alliances with the First Nations allowed it to become action central for the fur trade. As non-native settlers arrived they planted their familiar

By Melissa Coleman The upcoming warm months are an excellent time to visit Canada, what with the dollar so strong and the prime minister so hip. Its first- and second-largest cities, English-speaking Toronto and French-speaking Montreal, offer a refreshingly international flavor. Montreal  Montreal’s bilingual allure is evident the moment you

Everett Potter What did we do on our winter break? My wife and I took our daughter and her cousin, ages 9 and 11 respectively, due north to the land of museums, kid-friendly restaurants, and North America’s first Snow Village. It’s called Montreal. Montreal in winter? With kids? Well, why

By Steve Jermanok It’s hard to think about snow right now, especially when I was walking barefoot through a bog the other day in mid-60s Boston temperatures. Yet, when I picture Quebec in January, how can I not think of snow? Once the temperature turns a wee bit frosty, Montreal

THE DEAL: Tourisme Montreal’s “For Foodies” package with nightly rates starting at $115 USD WHAT’S THE DEAL: One of my favorite cities for dining (check out the new Brasserie t!, the affordable new spot from Normand Laprise, chef of the acclaimed Toque) has a fall special in more than a