Want to see Montréal differently while having fun? This autumn, five new applications offer users an immersive experience of the city.
The Montréal libraries offer varied workshops and conferences for seniors. From health to science to digital technologies, enjoy a diverse program from the comfort of your own home.
October 18-24, 2021, the borough and its partners are offering a wide range of virtual activities that are also part of Semaine québécoise des rencontres interculturelles (Québec intercultural encounters week).
Join Claudia Larochelle, journalist, author and proud Montrealer, on a tour of renowned Montréal neighborhoods, viewed through the eyes of Québec authors.
The borough of LaSalle has collected 12 soup recipes from various countries, so that LaSalle residents can cook them as a souvenir of the SOUP Festival (Symbol of openness and union of peoples).
Work to design a new playground area is underway in the northeastern portion of Parc La Fontaine. This innovative new space, which is scheduled to be complete by summer 2022, offers activities that are adapted to the needs of families, particularly children with reduced mobility.
Skating, swimming, shows, workshops: Discover all the winter activities on offer in the parks and municipal facilities in the borough of Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce.
Skating is a winter sport enjoyed by many Quebecers, but to practice this activity outdoors, the weather conditions must be favourable.
The National Film Board of Canada (NFB) is partnering with the Accès Culture network to offer you a series of 17 documentary screenings in nine Montréal boroughs this fall. Each session will be followed by a discussion with a filmmaker or a specialist on the subject (in French only).
Free swim, free skate, shinny hockey (suspended) and stick and puck activities begin in September. Due to COVID-19, online registration is required.
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