Category : Montreal

Beaver Lake Cruises!

by Bonnie Wurst   I’ve never been on a cruise ship, but I know I would have a great time on board. Being who I am, I’m sure any one of the Disney cruises would fit the bill. It wouldn’t really be ...

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Light a dream

By: Alycia Ambroziak   Light a Dream began in 1999 as a candle-making business designed to give training and vocational opportunities to young adults living with development delays. But it has grown to be so much more than that. It’s like a second ...

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Francis Robert Redpath House

By Dick Nieuwendyk     The Redpath mansion was designed by architect Sir Andrew Taylor and built in 1886. The house is one of the last remaining examples of Queen Anne architecture to have been designed by Andrew Taylor, who also designed the Redpath ...

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A white vail descends on Mont Saint-Sauveur

Remaining true to tradition, Mont Saint-Sauveur is proud to be the first ski station to start its snow guns. Thanks to perfect weather conditions and a high tech snowmaking system, Mont Saint-Sauveur sees a white veil descend on its hill ...

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Construction of a new Provigo® store in downtown Montréal

Broccolini, developer and builder of L’AVENUE, announced today that Provigo® will become a retail tenant, bringing all the convenience of an innovative concept grocery store to its landmark condominium and mixed-use project located across the street from the Bell Centre. The new 25,000-square-foot supermarket will ...

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