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Old Port unveils new accommodation project April 2017

Old Port unveils new accommodation project

Village by the Locks allows visitors to stay overnight in a boat, rustic cabin or a micro-chalet

Astérix and Obélix at Grevin museum March 2017

Astérix and Obélix at Grevin museum

Characters from one of the most famous French comic books ever take centre stage at a new exhibit downtown Montreal

Caillou birthday show comes to town March 2017

Caillou birthday show comes to town

Caillou is celebrating his birthday surrounded by friends and family at the Lionel-Groulx Theatre in Ste. Therese

What is the best cabane à sucre around Montreal? March 2017

What is the best cabane à sucre around Montreal?

As it turns out, it depends what you’re looking for and how you would describe a perfect family day at a sugar shack

Sharper image and better sound coming to IMAX theatre February 2017

Sharper image and better sound coming to IMAX theatre

Renovations to the Old Port theatre include a new laser-projection system and additional surround-sound speakers

Butterflies are back at the Botanical Garden February 2017

Butterflies are back at the Botanical Garden

Butterflies Go Free is an annual tradition where hundreds of butterflies flit around visitors at the Main Exhibition Greenhouse

Urban winter ziplining offered at the Old Port February 2017

Urban winter ziplining offered at the Old Port

Montreal Zipline allows visitors to glide across the port in up to -20 degree-weather

Film festival for kids features international movies February 2017

Film festival for kids features international movies

Movies geared to cinema fans aged 2 to 14 will be shown at various venues around Montreal

Exhibit for young kids opens at the McCord Museum January 2017

Exhibit for young kids opens at the McCord Museum

Until March 12, kids can follow a brave little bear on his journey as he meets new friends and overcomes obstacles

Fête des Neiges 2017 January 2017

Fête des Neiges 2017

Human foosball, soccer on snow and an ice-sculpted pirate ship are some of the new additions to this year's winter festival, which takes place from Jan. 14 to Feb. 5

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