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Shop local for sports activities

Shop local for sports activities and food

Stores and restaurants are creating safe ways to shop through e-stores, takeout counters, inexpensive delivery, and curbside pickup
Support local merchants this season

Support local merchants this season

From hobby items and crafts to clothes and accessories, Montrealers have many local retail options when deciding where to purchase gifts
Shop locally for books and toys

Shop locally for books and toys

This holiday season, local retailers need our support more than ever. Below is a list of places where you can purchase the perfect present for loved ones
SnowPass Canadian Ski Council

SnowPass allows kids to ski virtually free

Approximately 125 hills offer this deal to youngsters in the hopes they will develop a love of skiing and snowboarding from a young age
Scientific activities online

Scientific activities online for kids

Montreal Space for Life is closed to the public but its website is offering educational and entertaining content for children of all ages.
santa claus parade

Cancelled: Santa Claus parade and CP Holiday Train

Although these two events will not be taking place this year, organizers are planning on hosting virtual events to keep the holiday spirit alive

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CTV Santa Claus parade

CTV airing Santa Claus parade

Montrealers had to forego the Santa Claus parade this year but kids can enjoy similar festivities on television Dec. 5 and 12

A light show to brighten your spirits

Families looking to get out this fall might want to check out Illumi in Laval, a three-kilometre stretch of various sculptures all lit up 

Light up your home with lanterns

An organization that puts on an annual festival in Sherbrooke is inviting all Quebecers to make lanterns to light up our spirits

Getting Around More

Kids travel free during March break

The Société de transport de Montréal (STM) is giving families a big incentive to leave the car behind this spring break

Free public transportation for kids during the holidays

With all the construction happening around Montreal, who wants to drive anymore? Well, the truth is you don’t have to

Kids ride free on STM buses and metro this summer

The Société de transport de Montréal (STM) is giving families a big incentive to leave the car behind this summer and

Where to rent a pedal boat in Montreal

Families and friends can pedal at their own pace at the Old Port of Montreal, Parc Jean-Drapeau and the Lachine Canal.

Bike rentals in Montreal

What better way to explore a new place than on two wheels? Along with 19 other international locations, Montreal cracked

You can now rent BIXI bikes with your OPUS card

BIXI users can now rent bikes with their OPUS public transit cards at 540 stations across the province. The Société

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Bromont beckons families this summer

This Eastern Townships borough has new trails for hiking, a water park pass that includes free access to an aerial course and mountain biking lessons for kids

What is the best cabane a sucre around Montreal?

There’s nothing quite like a visit to a cabane à sucre when the weather warms up and the maple tree

35 great ice cream shops in Montreal

One of my favourite summer memories is my twin daughters’ first taste of ice cream. Just 9-months-old at the time,

Top 5 family-friendly restaurants in Montreal

Picture this: a cranky toddler who needs something to eat NOW spills a drink cup across everything on the table.

12 family friendly restaurants in Montreal

Taking the kids to a restaurant can be a challenge; oftentimes, parents are embarrassed because the kids can’t keep still,

Montreal restaurants where kids eat for FREE (or almost free)

Here is a list of restaurants we’ve discovered that let kids eat for free or a nominal amount.  We would

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Bromont beckons families this summer

This Eastern Townships borough has new trails for hiking, a water park pass that includes free access to an aerial course and mountain biking lessons for kids

Incentives for families to holiday at home

As more Quebecers plan staycations this summer, families can take advantage of an annual National Parks card

Guidebook highlights info on campgrounds

The publication features more than 960 campgrounds in Quebec including glamping options and places that welcome pets

Bromont has several new family attractions

From rope courses and zip-lining, to paths for mountain biking and hiking, Bromont has a slew of new family attractions

Water parks get set to turn on the taps

On a hot summer day, a water park is a tried-and-true way to both entertain and cool off the family. 

Four U.S. ski resorts offer discounts or at-par pricing

Jay Peak Resort Jay Peak, located in Vermont, was the first supporter of the loonie at par back in the