Jacques Cartier Bridge

Occasionally, Montreal gets sunshine and great weather when it's meant to be snowing. When that happens, it's good to go out and see new parts of the city, such as the Jaques Cartier Bridge.Montreal being a city located on the shore of one of the world's largest rivers was bound to have an impressive bridge... Continue Reading →

Monkland Village

   Since I've been in Montreal, like many visitors I'd focused myself on the Francophone side of the city. I'd asked my flatmate, @rbouskilla, for recommendations of places to visit in the Anglophone quater. On his suggestion, a chilly winter morning took @marilou99 and I West, to the village of Monkland.   You can get to Monkland by taking... Continue Reading →

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