If your gastronomic preferences are geared towards being a vegan, then you don’t want to miss the 2nd annual Montreal Vegan Festival, which will take place at the Marche Bonsecours.
By: Alyssa De Rosa – mtltimes.ca It’s that time of year again. It’s November, or Movember, which means that moustaches are sprouting up everywhere and parties featuring these mustached.
by John Symon – mtltimes.ca A new elementary school, Sainte-Anne Academy (SAA), officially opened October 23 in Dorval. This bilingual, co-ed, private school is housed in the magnificent former.
By: Bonnie Wurst – mtltimes.ca Read PART ONE in the October 24th edition or online at: https://mtltimes.ca/social-life/the-three-little-hams-part-one/ And so, our three little hams hesitated as the 'mailman'.
By: Dick Nieuwendyk – mtltimes.ca The Daniel McAllister was built in 1905, at Collingwood Shipyards Ltd, and launched in 1907 as the Helena for the Public Works Department for.
By: Sabrina Cipriani - mtltimes.ca In 2016, OTA Jewellers will be celebrating 55 years! Since 1961, OTA has been servicing the community of NDG, a family owned business,.
By Anne McDougall – mtltimes.ca It took us a while to actually find Le Fantôme on William st., in Griffintown. We circled the block three times before we realized.
By: Bonnie Wurst – mtltimes.ca 'Lighten Up! Dare To Be Your Most Radiant Self' is the name of a symposium being held for women on Sunday November 8th.
By: John Symon – mtltimes.ca Justin Trudeau’s Liberals confounded the pollsters, winning the federal election on October 19 with 184 of the 338 seats in the House of Commons. With.
By: John Symon – mtltimes.ca While attending recent Turcot information meetings, The Times has been listening to traffic concerns but also been asking questions about the Ministry of Transport's.