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12 family friendly restaurants in Montreal

Montreal Families' Facebook fans weigh in on their favourite spots to bring the kids for a meal

Montreal restaurants where kids eat for FREE

In most cases, an accompanying adult must order a main meal

Mascot festival packed with kid-friendly activities

La Fête des Mascottes in Granby will feature fun for the whole family

International festival takes you on a trip around the world

Family-friendly activities will take place over two weekends in July

Rogers Cup serves up tennis and family fun

Families are invited to take part in several fun, free activities as well as get a chance to see some of the world's top female tennis players

A festival all about horses

The Festival St. Lazare au Galop offers family-friendly activities and even a jousting competition
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12 family friendly restaurants in Montreal

Montreal Families' Facebook fans weigh in on their favourite spots to bring the kids for a meal

Montreal restaurants where kids eat for FREE

In most cases, an accompanying adult must order a main meal

Education Fair set for Sept. 25

A chance for parents to meet with representatives from many Montreal area private and public elementary and high schools as well as tutoring and learning centres

See Montreal from a different point of view

Au Sommet Place Ville Marie features an observation deck, an interactive exhibition, a restaurant and a terrace

Illuminated nighttime trail in Coaticook

​Foresta Lumina is a two-kilometre pathway in the Easter Townships that is lit up by 200,000 lights

Harry Potter & friends live on in new play

Celebrate the launch of the newest story with fun activities in Pointe-Claire
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MoreSummer Fun

28 great ice cream shops in Montreal

Discover some neat Montreal-area stores that specialize in yummy frozen treats.

Illuminated nighttime trail in Coaticook

​Foresta Lumina is a two-kilometre pathway in the Easter Townships that is lit up by 200,000 lights

Free percussion festival moves to Verdun

The International Percussion Festival features activities for the whole family and music from around the world.

Plenty of kid-friendly fun at the Highland Games

The 39th edition of the games will feature music, dancing, the caber toss and more

Parc Jean-Drapeau sizzles with summer fun

Take part in various activities for the whole family at the Jean Doré beach and Aquatic Complex all summer long

Agricultural fair packed with family activities

Expo St. Hyacinthe features games, music, and new educational films for kids of all ages

Theatre group rolls into a park near you

Three young friends try and reclaim their pool from creepy creatures in Les Déculottés

Family-friendly activities all summer in Mile End

The third annual edition of Marché des Possibles will feature a garage sale, live music and much more

Shakespeare’s play touring parks this summer

The Repercussion Theatre's version of The Tragedy of Julius Caesar will be performed by an all female cast
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28 great ice cream shops in Montreal

Discover some neat Montreal-area stores that specialize in yummy frozen treats.

12 family friendly restaurants in Montreal

Montreal Families' Facebook fans weigh in on their favourite spots to bring the kids for a meal

Montreal restaurants where kids eat for FREE

In most cases, an accompanying adult must order a main meal

Teens recommend educational apps

Two Montreal teenagers share their top picks for apps that are fun and help with school work

12-year-old Quebec boy lands the BEST job ever

Émile Burbidge, from St. Bruno de Montarville, is the newest chief play officer for Toys "R" Us

How to choose a high school

Parents need to do extensive homework when trying to decide where to send their kids to secondary school.
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