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Vintage Photos of Montreal's Most Famous Landmarks, from the Notre-Dame Basilica to Marché Maisonneuve
Daniel Bromberg

Vintage Photos of Montreal's Most Famous Landmarks, from the Notre-Dame Basilica to Marché Maisonneuve

See what these iconic spots looked like over 100 years ago.

The Bulletin: From Ice Storm 2 to Summer Weather In 7 Days or Less [Issue #20]
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The Bulletin: From Ice Storm 2 to Summer Weather In 7 Days or Less [Issue #20]

The Bulletin is a collection of what's happened, what’s happening, and what’s to come in and around Montreal.

The Bulletin: Suing the CIA over mind-control experiments, our crumbling downtown, and a new comedy festival [Issue #19]
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The Bulletin: Suing the CIA over mind-control experiments, our crumbling downtown, and a new comedy festival [Issue #19]

The Bulletin is a collection of what's happened, what’s happening, and what’s to come in and around Montreal.

The Bulletin: Reviving the 1930s, illegal taxis and churches, and 1,000-year-old parties [Issue #18]
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The Bulletin: Reviving the 1930s, illegal taxis and churches, and 1,000-year-old parties [Issue #18]

The Bulletin is a collection of what's happened, what’s happening, and what’s to come in and around Montreal.

New Wine Dive Bar Le Plongeoir Arrives on the Mile End Scene
J.P. Karwacki

New Wine Dive Bar Le Plongeoir Arrives on the Mile End Scene

Mile End’s new wine dive bar Le Plongeoir has arrived to shoot pool and drink that glou-glou.

The Bulletin: AI tour guides, an Old Montreal ghost hotel burns down, and Leonard Cohen eats a cheese sandwich [Issue #17]
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The Bulletin: AI tour guides, an Old Montreal ghost hotel burns down, and Leonard Cohen eats a cheese sandwich [Issue #17]

The Main’s Montreal Bulletin is a collection of what's happened, what’s happening, and what’s to come in and around Montreal.

The Bulletin: What to do on Saint Patrick’s Day, summer announcements, and giving people the finger [Issue #16]
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The Bulletin: What to do on Saint Patrick’s Day, summer announcements, and giving people the finger [Issue #16]

The Main’s Montreal Bulletin is a collection of what's happened, what’s happening, and what’s to come in and around Montreal.

The Bulletin: Bootleg Chinese menus, dead ends in the Underground City, and a corporate casket for Montreal’s neon signs [Issue #15]
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The Bulletin: Bootleg Chinese menus, dead ends in the Underground City, and a corporate casket for Montreal’s neon signs [Issue #15]

The Main’s Montreal Bulletin is a collection of what's happened, what’s happening, and what’s to come in and around Montreal.

The Bulletin: How King Tut’s tomb influenced Montreal architecture, beef jerky that gets you high, and the results of Nuit Blanche [Issue #14]
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The Bulletin: How King Tut’s tomb influenced Montreal architecture, beef jerky that gets you high, and the results of Nuit Blanche [Issue #14]

The Main’s Montreal Bulletin is a collection of what's happened, what’s happening, and what’s to come in and around Montreal.

The Bulletin: Downsizing the Gazette to death, Nuit Blanche festivities, a mini-casino in the Bell Centre, and more [Issue #13]
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The Bulletin: Downsizing the Gazette to death, Nuit Blanche festivities, a mini-casino in the Bell Centre, and more [Issue #13]

The Bulletin: Rooftop ice rinks, why the metro is so hot, and what to do about people skipping STM fares [Issue #12]
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The Bulletin: Rooftop ice rinks, why the metro is so hot, and what to do about people skipping STM fares [Issue #12]

The Bulletin: A robot dog roams the metro, a top Montreal restaurant that doesn’t exist, and what will it take to make Black chefs essential? [Issue #11]
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The Bulletin: A robot dog roams the metro, a top Montreal restaurant that doesn’t exist, and what will it take to make Black chefs essential? [Issue #11]

The Bulletin: Mafia patrons shut down a local brasserie, a Mile End landmark retrofit, a research school beach party,  Montreal’s new Holocaust museum, and other oddities [Issue #10]
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The Bulletin: Mafia patrons shut down a local brasserie, a Mile End landmark retrofit, a research school beach party, Montreal’s new Holocaust museum, and other oddities [Issue #10]

The Bulletin: Inside the city’s casse-croûte kingdom, ‘accidentally’ working for Montreal’s Mafia, what Toronto can learn from our nightlife scene, and more [Issue #9]
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The Bulletin: Inside the city’s casse-croûte kingdom, ‘accidentally’ working for Montreal’s Mafia, what Toronto can learn from our nightlife scene, and more [Issue #9]

Maybe we’re just hungry for more Montreal, but this edition of The Main’s Montreal Bulletin—a collection of what has happened, what’s happening, and what’s to come in and around Montreal—starts out on an edible note in more ways than one.

The Bulletin: Montreal seeing annual exoduses, how farms survive in the winter, the REM buckles under the ice, and heritage buildings being sold off for $10 million [Issue #8]
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The Bulletin: Montreal seeing annual exoduses, how farms survive in the winter, the REM buckles under the ice, and heritage buildings being sold off for $10 million [Issue #8]

As Montreal continues to get snow dumped, we’re looking at how chilly things are getting in the city with this edition of The Bulletin, a collection of recent news, what’s happening around town, and what’s to come in Montreal and beyond.