#TousContreUn: Wearing Face Masks Will be Mandatory in All Public Transportations

Wearing a face mask will have to become a social normal for all public transit users, as the Health Ministry is enforcing this new rule as of July 13. The new rule will apply to anyone over the age of 12 who is taking a bus, commuter train or the Metro. For children younger than that, wearing a mask is strongly recommended by the province, but not obligatory. It's still not clear who will enforce…

Best Pictures & Videos of Montreal’s Humpback Whale

It's been almost a week now that a humpback whale has been hanging around in Montreal's old port. This unprecedented sight has been more attracting a lot of visitors yet some are worried that the whale won't be able to find his way back home. I passed by once by the old port but failed to spot the whale unfortunately, nevertheless there are some pretty awesome pictures and videos being shared around. Here are some…

239 New COVID-19 Cases in Quebec Today, Lowest Number since March 26

Quebec appears to be on track to control the spread of COVID-19 as daily cases are dropping by the day, as it recorded today the lowest number of new cases since March 26 and the lowest number of deaths in almost two months. The cultural sector was re-opened yesterday, with a $250 million boost from the government and life is slowly but surely getting back to normal. The fight against the virus is far from…

Watch Somebody Feed Phil’s Montreal Episode

Season 3 of Netflix's Somebody Feed Phil is out and there's an entire episode dedicated to Montreal's food scene. Somebody Feed Phil is an American television travel documentary presented by Phillip Rosenthal that premiered on Netflix on January 12, 2018. Each episode follows Rosenthal touring the cuisine of the episode's featured city. Rosenthal's Montreal episode featured sampling diverse culinary offerings from oysters at Atwater market, to smoked meat at Schwartz's, Montreal's famous bags at St-Viateur…
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Montreal Records Highest Temperature Since 1975

1 month ago
36.6 degrees Celsius (98 Fahrenheit) was the temperature recorded in Montreal on Wednesday, the highest ever recorded in May and the second-highest temperature on record overall behind 37.6C (100F) set in August 1975. The heat ...
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Air Canada To Resume Flights by June

1 month ago
Summer may not be ruined after all, as Air Canada announced its summer schedule few days ago and is offering a choice of 97 destinations (downs from 220 last year) across Canada, the US and ...
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Montreal Set To Reopen on Monday May 25

1 month ago
I don’t know about other areas of Montreal, but Griffintown, where I currently reside, and its surrounding are definitely ready for the reopening announced next Monday. In fact, they were out in the streets since ...
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Where To Buy Face Masks in Montreal?

1 month ago
Wearing face masks is now the new normal and designer face masks are becoming the latest fashion trend. Earlier this month, I got a box of surgical masks from Walmart but knowing that they don’t ...
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