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The café on St. Laurent helps single mothers and immigrant women pick up new skills – or build on existing ones – in the kitchen.
Immigrants and single-mothers are finding employment opportunities in a unique Montreal café.
Labrosse Brewery serves West Island's only craft beers. The brewery has 42 kinds of beer, with at least 10 on tap at all times.
With a production facility and tasting room on site, Labrosse is making its location in an industrial sector of Pointe-Claire a hot spot.
Quebec fast food chain ‘Valentine’ wants to add a poutine emoji to Apple's growing lexicon - but the process is complicated.
Valentine - a local fast food chain - has created its own highly-pixelated poutine icon as part of its application to have poutine officially recognized in emoji form.
Alexander Halasz went from a career in engineering to creating artisanal beef jerky by hand.
The microgreens, which include plants like Swiss chard, kale, and basil, take seven to 10 days to grow.
Every semester at Concordia, people can sign up for a weekly micro greens subscription - but it's also easy to do at home. Here's how:
Angela MacKenzie went to the National Barista Institute to try and create coffee art at home.
In the province that gave birth to poutine, cheese can be a big deal. Montreal company U MAIN is giving fromage aficionados the power to be their own mozzarella maker.
‘Bab Sharqi’ serves up Syrian food - owner Samer Kassis survived war to come to Canada and share a piece of his home.
A small chocolate factory in Villeray is ramping up production on individually-wrapped bars packed full of flavour.
With Valentine’s Day around the corner, why not celebrate with chocolate made using fair trade practices?
A decade since their move from a monastery in Oka, these Trappist monks in St-Jean-de-Matha are experimenting with food.
The recipe for Oka cheese was sold to Agropur in the 1980’s, and in 2009, the monks left the monastery and moved to St-Jean-de-Matha to churn out a bevy of other tasty treats.
Montreal’s Notre-Dame-de-Grace neighbourhood may not be considered a dumpling hotspot in the city, but Jiayi Du hopes to change that.
The shop makes its dumplings by hand. Founder Jiayi Du's kids encouraged her to share her dumplings with the world.
To many, Drogheria Fine in the Mile End makes the best tomato sauce in Montreal.
The nine-year-old food distributor in the Mile End uses basic ingredients in making its signature sauce