Issues: October 2019

In This Issue
3 young-adult books that promote diversity
by Kelly Di Domenico
by Kelly Wilton
TOHU will be showcasing both local stars and renowned global productions in its upcoming season with many leaps and somersaults by acrobats
by Brianna Ballard
Léandre Gaucher is helping organize an event to benefit other sick kids because he is so appreciative of the help he received while undergoing treatment
by Brianna Ballard
Fast and Female is an organization that puts on fun events to encourage girls to be active throughout their lives and take parts in more sports
by Briana Tomkinson
A week after the Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia diagnosis, we were all transferred by air with medical assistance back to Ste. Justine Hospital in Montreal
by Christine Gauvin
The Montreal Intercultural Storytelling Festival will host events in new locations throughout the West Island to make it more accessible to anglophones
by Brianna Ballard
Kids POP Festival in Montreal is an event that showcases international music and artists with a kid friendly component to bring in families
by Samantha Mileto
Visitors can explore a new exhibition, take part in cultural activities, check out a space that provokes creativity and take part in a spooky escape game
by Brianna Ballard
Halloween activities throughout Montreal and the surrounding areas to help you make October a spook-tacular month.
By Tracey Stafford