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The Time Out Montreal Newsletter: All of Montreal, straight to your inbox

Discover the best things to do in Montreal with Time Out Montreal’s monthly newsletter, bringing feel-good city news straight to your inbox


Welcome to the Time Out Montreal newsletter, a gathering place for the best things to do and know about whether you're stuck at home or going out. Here you'll find as many things to watch, cook and learn about as you will about restaurant and bar openings, happenings in the city and more.

Fight boredom, find inspiration and feel a connection with what's going on in your city with these ideas and stories from one of the best cities in the world: Every edition comes jam-packed with the best things to stream and eat, the latest news you've got to know, and much, much more. Sign up to make sure you never miss an issue.

Latest Time Out Montreal newsletters

Montreal, Winter / L'hiver
Photograph: Josh Hild / Unsplash

Newsletter #9, January 2021

Montreal's lockdown is being extended and expanded with a new curfew, so we've put together the best things to do in the city (within the guidelines), listed local culture to check out, new names in food and drink, and more.

Christmas / Noël, Verdun
Photograph: Caroline Perron

Newsletter #8.5, December 2020

Holiday cocktail kits and menus from local restaurants, winter villages in Old Montreal, last-minute markets, online concerts from local artists, and our 15 most-read articles of 2020 (hint: the last one involves smoking weed). It's all right here.

Christmas / Noël, Verdun
Photograph: Caroline Perron

Newsletter #8, December 2020

Christmas just got officially cancelled, but our list of the best things to do this month, a round-up of Christmas markets and villages, great names on the restaurant scene and some wine pairings with Time Out Market dishes all still apply.

Montreal, Winter / L'hiver
Photograph: Shutterstock

Newsletter #7.5, November 2020

Christmas in Montreal's looking very different this year—or is it? Get Santa delivered to your door, mark some Christmas markets in your calendar, taste some new restaurant offerings and enjoy not paying for parking while you do your holiday shopping: All that, and a festive bag of chips.

Photograph: Souk MTL

Newsletter #7, November 2020

The best things to do in Montreal during November, plus cozy chalets with hot tubs and fireplaces outside the city, what's new in food and the most notable bar and restaurant closures to date.

Parc Regional des Sept-Chutes
Photograph: Adrien Lebon / @adrienlebonphotographies / Instagram

Newsletter #6.5, October 2020

Scenic fall hikes in parks and by waterfalls, Halloween light shows, the best new restaurants in the city this month, and Montreal's top candy stores to indulge in.

Verger Labonté
Photograph: Verger Labonté / @verger.labonte

Newsletter #6, October 2020

What to do with the next 28 days of red zone lockdown in Montreal, from autumnal fun like corn mazes and pumpkin picking to online film fests and new restaurants to support.

Jardin botanique de Montréal – Espace pour la vie
Photograph: © Espace pour la vie (Raymond Jalbert)

Newsletter #1, May 2020

Weekly art therapy, recipes from master Montreal chefs, and good news about the Botanical Garden.

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Montreal Skyline
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