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The Montreal International Game Summit is underway with master classes and mentoring for the video game industry.
For the first time ever, Les Grands Ballets Canadiens have opened their doors to a breakdance event. The ILL-Abilities crew of differently-abled dancers has local boy Luca ‘Lazylegz’ Patuelli at the helm.
The Montreal Expo Gaming Arcade at Marche Bonsecours, Das Rheingold at l’Opera du Montreal and Sugar Sammy on W5.
Mattress retailer Dormez-Vous is making a last-minute plea to help keep kids warm this winter. Their annual ‘Give a Kid a Coat’ campaign ends Saturday.
Trafalgar School for Girls went beyond the call to create a new app, as part of the ‘Technovation’ program.
A new documentary called The Caregivers’ Club chronicles the families of people with dementia. Their heartbreak, humour and frustration show a devastating but ultimately inspiring journey.
Quebec artists born all over the world have been honoured for the Charles Biddle Prize for diversity in the arts.
The I Can Dream Theatre is back with another show. The cast of adults with special needs with perform a dark comedy.
A group of ‘makers’ helped create an incredible Halloween rig for a little boy, and the Opera de Montreal is performing Das Rheingold.
There are all kinds of events planned around Montreal for Halloween weekend.
The Lazys and the Standstill are two hard-working Canadian bands on the move. They perform at the CHOM rock room.
Eli Batalion and Jamie Elman of Yidlife Crisis joke about humanity's relationship with marijuana
A new mural was inaugurated Tuesday paying tribute to the celebrated Montrealer Daisy Peterson Sweeney.
Musician Jack White is using onstage visuals for the first time on his current tour – and a Montreal company is behind the look.
An art exhibit called Windows On Immigration shows why so many people from around the world choose to call Montreal home.
The Burlesque Festival is celebrating 10 years with a show at Club Soda; Rocky Horror is on at the Mainline Theatre.
Shark conservationist Rob Stewart helped changed the way we see the apex predator. "Sharkwater Extinction" is a documentary he didn't live to complete – but his friends finished it for him.
Steve Martin and Martin Short are coming back to Montreal and making jokes at their own expense.
A 143-year-old flat iron building is getting a modern makeover with all the high-tech specs.
The Azrieli Music Prizes Gala and Happy Lucky Golden Tofu Panda Dragon Good Time Fun Fun Show are featured in upcoming Montreal entertainment.
Businesswoman Arlene Dickinson is in Montreal for a fundraiser, where she is asking people to 'redefine success.'
The YMCAs of Quebec doled out honours at their annual peace medals gala.
09-DCE-DR-Some of the best skaters in the world are coming to Laval in two weeks, with a new ambassador – Olympian Joannie Rochette.
The Olympian turned medical student will be part of Skate Canada on Oct. 26-28.
Several Montreal concert halls will be hosting shows ranging from Disney to symphony
It's a dance style that uses big, bold, high-energy moves – and it has a prominent fan base in Laval.
SevenStar and his crew will be in the sixth annual Gutta Zone dance competition when it comes to Laval on Oct. 12
The Metropolitan Orchestra will be playing Sibelius' Symphony number 1 at numerous engagement throughout Montreal's boroughs.
French singer and songwriter Charles Aznavour has passed away at the age of 94, according to a family spokesperson.
The daredevils will bring bikes and motorcycles to perform stunts and try to defy the laws of physics.