As one of the metropolitan centres of Canada, Montreal is home to a vast population of passionate artists and businesses, striving to achieve their goals in this multicultural city. Having been heavily influenced during the French Colonial period in Canada as well as a major Canadian trading port after the opening of the lachine canal, the city is rich with history. This guide will point you to some of the best historical photographs, businesses, and artists of Montreal. MONTRÉAL HISTORY…
Co-owners and brothers, Richard and Peter Simons welcomed VIPs at the pre-launch of their first Simons store in Ontario on Wed March 17th, 2016. The Quebec City based clothing retailer expanded into Mississauga’s Square One Shopping Centre coinciding with the mall’s expansion.
Season after season Mackage is always a sought after show during fashion week. The after party for the luxury outerwear brand was held at a secret location. And for many it was tough staying up late on a weekday (including myself!) when the after party started but for supporters of Mackage it was definitely worth it … and the limo ride certainly helped.
For the 4th annual MTL à TABLE, Montreal’s Restaurant Week aims to be bigger and better than ever with 11 days of culinary tours, special events and prix fixe menus including brunch!
Now with over 150 eateries, including 45 joining for the first time, it becomes a great reason to visit Montreal from October 29 to November 8th, 2015 for MTL à TABLE 2015.
Set in the heart of Toronto’s entertainment district at Mercer St, Buonanotte is an Italian dining destination that combines a lively nightlife experience with great Italian dishes, perfect for sharing. I was among a few in an intimate setting who tried the new menu items at Buonanotte by Executive Chef Davide Ianacci and enjoyed some cocktails and fine wine.