- The Globe and Mail - Tu Thanh Ha
Residents of two Quebec nursing homes will be the first in Canada to receive the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine this week, the initial steps in what will turn into a massive immunization drive against COVID-19....
- My Modern Met - Arnesia Young
Outside the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, the street undulates with rippling lines and geometric forms. Its surface is covered by an immersive mural appropriately named Moving Dunes. This morphing installation...
- The Globe and Mail - Eric Andrew-Gee
The owners of Moulin 7, a microbrewery in Asbestos, Que., are not embarrassed by the name of their town. In fact, the pub, run by high-school friends Yan St-Hilaire and Danick Pellerin, is downright asbestos-themed....
- By MTL Blog
The sudden rise of remote work has expanded opportunities for Montrealers. Almost overnight, it became possible for some city-weary workers to keep up their jobs in the metropolis from anywhere they choose. That situation has made homes for sale in the Quebec regions even more appealing.
- By The News Desk
Every September 30, Canadian kids wear orange shirts to school, but it's not a fashion statement. Orange Shirt Day is designed to educate people about the residential schools system, which existed in Canada between 1876 and 1996. Children were forcibly taken from their parents and educated in boarding schools, an abusive system that was created to "kill the Indian in the child." Learn more about Orange Shirt Day, the residential school system, and the journey towards Truth and Reconciliation.
- By NUVO Magazine
The sound of merriment on the Plateau, cathedral bells ringing from the mountain, people walking through stone streets, and the smell of poutine in the air. This is Montreal, a city that some say is one of the most European in North America. Regardless of comparisons, it is a gem unto itself. Explore the cultural hub of Quebec.