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Steve Wozniak talked at C2 Montreal about how he accidentally changed the world.
Les Grands Ballets is celebrating 60 years, but is not relying on tradition – its new program is avant-garde and energizing.
Some of the brightest minds are in Montreal to share their ideas: People from NASA, IBM and Electronic Arts are presenting at C2 Montreal.
Speakers at the Commerce+Creativity conference include Steve Wozniak, Jade Raymond, and Navdeep Singh Bains.
The schedule for the Formula 1 race is unveiled.
This week Pointe-a-Calliere museum unveiled the archeological site left by the first settlers.
Giants are strolling through Montreal, Porchfest NDG, Chuck Wepner vs. Muhammad Ali, and Piknic Electronik
The Giants, huge mobile marionettes are taking over the streets of Montreal this weekend.
La Ronde has a new ride called The Titan, while Gad Elmaleh is cracking jokes
A big birthday party at the Bell Centre last night paid tribute to Montreal with some surprises along the way.
The Pointe à Calliere’s newest pavilion is at Montreal's first settlement
The Montreal Alouettes football team is hosting a blood drive, asking fans and friend to donate.
Students at The National Circus School build and perform 2 different shows for their final exams.
The Bon Cop sequel, Becket Players, Slava’s snowshow, and How to disappear completely
A big bash takes place on May 17 and the parties won't stop.
Brian Greenway of April Wine will be playing at the festival founded by Errol Johnson
The Becket Players, Medieval Fair, and Completement Cirque
The Becket Players have been entertaining in the West Island for 43 years, raising money for charities with their revues.
Seinfeld will make his first appearance at the event since 1989 when he shares the stage with French-Moroccan comedian Gad Elmaleh at the Bell Centre on July 26.
Cirque du Soleil's new show 'Volta'; Bed and Breakfast at the Centaur; Amazonia
The Gay Village is now known for its festive pink canopy over the pedestrian walkway, but this summer it is getting a colourful makeover.
Spring is in the air, which means the musical swings at the Quartier des Spectacles are back in operation.
Cirque du Soleil's 41st original production Volta premieres Thursday. The show is considered more urban and electric.
Expo 67 is on display at the Stewart Museum.
Bob Dylan, Buddy Guy, King Crimson, Feist, Melissa Etheridge, Nora Jones and the O’Jays are just a few of the artists who will make appearances at this summer’s edition of the Montreal International Jazz Festival.
This year's edition of the Montreal International Jazz Festival has some interesting double bills.
Sports de Combats is a play battleground for adults. Or you can try Improv
A morbid spin on life after death is being built in Montreal.
Theatre Prospero hosts Jon Lachlan Stewart's play about a gunshot, while Creative Minds in Action is a series of films about mental illness
The lineup of this summer's Francofolies has been announced, and there are plenty of free shows for everyone.