Here's everything you can and can't do in the city, and how to protect yourself, as we track when Montreal will reopen.
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The 260 gyms and sports centres in Quebec, as part of the Coalition des Centres d’activités physiques du Québec, say they won't defy public health mandates.
Montreal's public health director Mylène Drouin announced today that people will be allowed to go out ice skating this winter.
Old Montreal's Ikanos restaurant is now serving the Greek eats of Kefi and the fresh sushi of Yuno from under one roof.
In a press conference today, Quebec Premier François Legault announced that caseloads are too high, and current red zones' restrictions must continue.
Le Gros Festival Sucré is delivering candy and dessert boxes in Montreal this Halloween with people wearing costumes.
Fleurs et Cadeaux's an all-new Chinatown arrival coupling Japanese snack bar takeout with playlists—plus plans for speakeasy-style listening bar in its…
Quebec Premier François Legault says it's unlikely Montreal's red zone restrictions will end on October 28.
Get to know MU, the Montreal organization that's painting our entire city and turning it into one giant, open-air gallery.
What's open and closed in Montreal
Here's everything you can and can't do in the city, and how to protect yourself, as we track what's open in Montreal.
As restaurants and bars reopen in Montreal, we're taking time to remember the ones we've lost.
On September 30, Quebec Premier François Legault and Public Safety Minister Geneviève Guilbault described how they would be enforcing the rules.
The centerpiece of the Royalmount is a 30-foot wide stage with a giant LED screen and audio that gets broadcasted to cars.
Fall in Montreal
Grab some gourds and enjoy local treats when checking out any one of these pumpkin patches for picking near Montreal.
Think you won't get to have a food coma this Thanksgiving weekend? Try any one of these Montreal restaurants' menus.
Slice up one of the best pies in Montreal from these bakeries and pastry kings doing top-notch sweet specialties.
Take a day trip, have some fun on a farm, enjoy freshly-baked goods and get lost in a corn maze near Montreal.
Once fall rolls around, make the most of the season by visiting the best apple picking in Montreal—it’s all within reach.
The latest from Time Out Market Montréal
What other address in Montreal is a one-stop shop doing delivery of Vietnamese, Caribbean, Japanese, and Italian?
On a lunch break? Looking to enjoy summer while it lasts? Here's where to bring your takeout picnic.
Find out how to order at Time Out Market Montréal for dining in, takeout and delivery from the best chefs in the city.
Local wine tasting gurus from Déserteur will be doing Time Out Market Montréal takeovers with bottles and bites.
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