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Margaret Trudeau will be one of the dozens of famous names at Just For Laughs this summer.
Once again, stars like Hasan Minhaj and Celeste Barber will come to Montreal this summer for the annual festival.
It’s an immersive art installation by day and a night club after dark – get a peek at the new PY1 pyramid at the Clock Tower Pier in Old Montreal.
Francois Bellefeuille returned to Quebec from Rhode Island, where he was a successful veterinarian. He’s now doing comedy in English.
Pink performs hit songs with aerials and theatrical sequences at the Bell Centre this weekend; Piknik Electronik is back!
P!nk is returning after postponing her Montreal shows because of the flu. NDG Porchfest is this weekend. And La Ronde's new ride.
Want to know what La Ronde's new ride is like? Christine Long and other early birds were the first to ride Chaos
They hail from different backgrounds and came together through comedy in Montreal. Jess Salomon and Eman El-Hussein are in town
'Strangers in the Night' is expanding to Laval. Two weeks after the West Island event, a new gourmet concert gala is planned.
Finalists at the National Circus School have pressure for their final exams – performances in front of live audiences.
Singer, fiddler and costume maker, the talented Denique hails from PEI, but has made Montreal his home. The East Coast Music Award winner for Electronic Album of the Year, his debut album ‘Shape 1’ brims with ambient vocal-based electro-pop.
The West Island Blues Festival raises money for charities – but without admission fees, instead through sponsors and snack sales.
Maya Johnson is one of the hosts for Table of Hope, an event raising money for local food banks.
Nicolas Loiselle makes balance boards – a popular circus staple – with recycled wood and a lot of elbow grease.
Place des Arts is hosting an urban block party with hip-hop, graffiti and breakdancing.
The high-energy volunteers are marking their 45th anniversary
The MSO has a busy summer season planned, with outdoor concerts and a three-day spree of classical events.
As a backup singer, she’s toured with the Rolling Stones, and now she’s performing with her independent creation.
A homage to opera icon Joseph Rouleau is being held as part of the Chamber Music Festival.
Sarahmée, who's been rapping for 10 years, is one of the few women in her field in Quebec.