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Discover the activities organized at the Pierrefonds library for the whole family, from 25 to 31 January 2020, under the theme “Getting to know each other”.
Thanks to the Accès Montréal card, residents can enjoy a number of exclusive privileges and discounts on arts, recreational and sports activities in Montréal. This card is available to all residents and property owners.
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Are your kids bored during the lockdown? Have you run out of ideas to keep them busy? From comic books and dance, to circus arts and science, here are some fun and educational online activities for all tastes and ages to help families in need of inspiration.
To play your favourite sport safely, you must develop good habits. Here are the directives to follow on Montréal’s outdoor tennis courts.
Discover arts outreach projects with Montrealers all across the city and take a virtual tour of your neighbourhood.
With its 876 km of bike paths, plenty of places to jog and skate parks, Montréal has plenty to offer to people who want to stay in shape during the summertime. Here are some ideas for sports you can enjoy solo or with family and friends.