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Inside the walk-ins of three Montreal restaurants
J.P. Karwacki

Inside the walk-ins of three Montreal restaurants

Inventory management's integral to a restaurant's survival—so why don't we talk about it?

Mile End icon Martha Wainwright on Ursa and coming up a songwriter in Montreal
Daniel Bromberg

Mile End icon Martha Wainwright on Ursa and coming up a songwriter in Montreal

The singer-songwriter speaks Montreal's scenes through the decades, writing a memoir, building up her Mile End music venue—and a game of 20-ish questions, of course.

Into the Uapishka mountains: Taking trips outside with a worldwide winter film tour
J.P. Karwacki

Into the Uapishka mountains: Taking trips outside with a worldwide winter film tour

Focused on uncommon journeys in the mountains, the Arc'teryx Winter Film Tour takes the urban moviegoer out into the far flung reaches of the world.

The Canadian Roasting Society: At the crossroads of Montreal's coffee culture [Watch]
J.P. Karwacki

The Canadian Roasting Society: At the crossroads of Montreal's coffee culture [Watch]

There's vibrant and thriving community brewing in the CRS, a unique place to engage with coffee in ways you can’t find elsewhere in the city (or Canada).

The Bulletin: New restaurants, an artisanal galaxy, and the village Expo 67 killed [Issue #54]
The Main

The Bulletin: New restaurants, an artisanal galaxy, and the village Expo 67 killed [Issue #54]

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

How Puces POP drives a local, handmade economy of Montreal artisans
J.P. Karwacki

How Puces POP drives a local, handmade economy of Montreal artisans

Nearly two decades in, and POP Montreal's Puces POP has earned its place as one to discover the city's shifting trends in its design, crafts, and art scenes.

We've launched a print shop to celebrate local photographers
The Main

We've launched a print shop to celebrate local photographers

Shop here, shop local: Grab framed prints of artwork by Montreal photographers.

The bike messengers hauling cargo through four seasons of Montreal traffic
Owen Fairbairn

The bike messengers hauling cargo through four seasons of Montreal traffic

On messengers and couriers, niche punk cultures, and rider-run & bicycle-powered cooperatives bucking trends in late-stage capitalism.

The cellars and sommeliers that make Montreal an amazing city for wine
Clay Sandhu

The cellars and sommeliers that make Montreal an amazing city for wine

Their lists are thoughtful, plentiful and run the gamut from quaffable and quenching to brooding and intellectual—in other words, something for everyone.

The Bulletin: Saint-Lawrence seals, food forests, and holiday markets [Issue #53]
The Main

The Bulletin: Saint-Lawrence seals, food forests, and holiday markets [Issue #53]

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

A man named Dandurand, and the first cars to ride the streets of Montreal
J.P. Karwacki

A man named Dandurand, and the first cars to ride the streets of Montreal

At a time before potholes, when horseless carriages ran free.

How has the Michelin Guide changed the game for Toronto?
Dylan Freeman-Grist

How has the Michelin Guide changed the game for Toronto?

One year into the Michelin Guide's arrival in Toronto, we caught up with local chefs to see how its allure is impacting kitchens.

"Creatives dictate this city": Inside 20 years of the Montreal designer fair SOUK
J.P. Karwacki

"Creatives dictate this city": Inside 20 years of the Montreal designer fair SOUK

The roaming showcase of Montreal designers' work—both recognized and not—and the exceptional modern lifestyle objects they create for the everyday.

The Bulletin: Local heat for low-temp nights 🫕 [Issue #52]
The Main

The Bulletin: Local heat for low-temp nights 🫕 [Issue #52]

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

How restaurants stand up and out in Canada’s most diverse city
Amy Carlberg

How restaurants stand up and out in Canada’s most diverse city

The 6ix's dining scene represents a vast array of cultures—what are restaurants doing to be loud and proud about who they are through what they offer?