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    French and English, European and North American: Montreal is a city full of eclectic influences. It's the kind of seductive multi-cultural mish mash you’ll stumble across all too rarely on your travels. Hip and quirky, Montreal’s an exciting place to be, a city that’s overcome its traditional cultural clashes to form something new and different, and it's all the more thrilling for it.

    You’ll find this in the shambolic, multi-faceted streets, where art deco buildings compete for space amongst the aging, old world charm. Antique stores and contemporary music venues keep you busy, and an extraordinarily varied cuisine, which is layered with international influences, sate the most varied of palettes (you can even take a few lessons, too, if you’re a bit of a culinary afficionado).

    Montreal is more about atmosphere and playful quirks than sights, but there are a few of them worth wandering along to. Try climbing Mount Royal as the sun goes down to watch the city flicker to life, or explore the elegant neo-gothic architecture of the Notre Dame Basilica in Vieux-Montreal. The shopping scene will draw you in, too, and is best explored amongst ‘The Underground City’, a huge linked world of malls and boutique fashion stores that will have keen shoppers disappearing into the depths until closing time.

    The twin forces that are the contemporary and fine arts museums are both housed in appropriately impressive buildings, while you’ll find other assorted alluring galleries and enticing entertainment centers scattered about downtown. Then there’s the mischievous nightlife, varied but tolerant and fun, that keeps Montreal on a par with its major national rivals when it comes to both entertainment and atmosphere. The local indie music scene is all but impossible to ignore, with locals Arcade Fire's debut album 'Funeral' being nominated by numerous publications as the album of the decade, and plenty more enticing acts following in their footsteps.

    It might have struggled with its mixed background and unclear identity in the past, but these days Montreal revels in them, and finds itself at the heart of Canada’s entertainment and cultural scenes. Eat like a king, party like there’s no tomorrow and explore a city that’s well and truly found its feet.
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    Landmarks near Montreal

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    • Champ de Mars, Montreal
      1.23 Km from Montreal
      Champ de Mars is a public park in Old Montreal quarter of Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Formerly a military parade ground, the park had previously been the site of Montreal's fortifications, which were demolished at the beginning of the 19th century soon after Montreal City Hall and the old courthouse were built. It had served as a municipal parking lot until being restored as a park in 1980s. At that time, the foundations of Montreal's city walls were discovered and restored. The site's name commem...
    • Excentris
      1.30 Km from Montreal
      Excentris is a performing arts center and cinema located on Saint-Laurent Boulevard in Montreal, Quebec. The complex was conceived by Daniel Langlois as a laboratory for digital media production as well as a state-of-the-art screening venue. It was opened in June 1999, after 2 years of construction, and covers 70,000 square feet (6,500 m2). On September 23, 2009, it reopened as a primarily live performance venue, with its slightly modified name. Musical performances will now comprise 80% of its ...
    • Montreal City Hall
      1.30 Km from Montreal
      The five-story Montreal City Hall (French: Hôtel de Ville de Montréal) is the work of architects Henri-Maurice Perrault and Alexander Cowper Hutchison, and was built between 1872 and 1878 in the Second Empire style. It is located in Old Montreal, between Place Jacques-Cartier and the Champ de Mars, at 275 Notre-Dame Street East. The closest Metro station is Champ-de-Mars, on the Orange Line. As one of the best examples of the Second Empire style in Canada, and the first city hall to have been co...
    • Collège Jean de la Mennais
      11.83 Km from Montreal
      Collège Jean de la Mennais is a French, private mixed secondary school on the South Shore of Montreal, Québec, Canada at 870 Chemin de Saint-Jean in the municipality of La Prairie. As of 2007, the school had about 1450 elementary and high school students. Collège Jean de la Mennais was once directed by religious brothers, although today it is directed a secular administration. The faculty is mixed between secular and religious personnel. On the school grounds there is a private cemetery which ho...
    • Promenades Saint-Bruno
      14.72 Km from Montreal
      Les Promenades Saint-Bruno is a shopping mall in Saint-Bruno, Quebec that broke ground in 1976 and completed in 1978, making it the youngest of the four self-branded "Fashion centres" operated by Cadillac Fairview. Les Promenades Saint-Bruno is the largest mall in the Montérégie and part of its consumer base come from cities as far as Saint-Hyacinthe and Sorel-Tracy. The major tenants are The Bay, Sears, Simons and Target.
    • Cosmodome
      15.55 Km from Montreal
      The Cosmodome is the home to both Space Camp Canada and the Space Science Center (a museum). Space Camp Canada welcomed its first campers in July 1994 while the Space Science Center, opened its doors to the public in December 1994.
    • Carrefour Laval
      16.20 Km from Montreal
      Carrefour Laval is a super regional mall located in Laval, Quebec, Canada at the intersection of the Laurentian Highway (A-15) and Laval Freeway (A-440). At 115,478 m2 (1,242,990 sq ft), it is the largest enclosed mall in the Montreal area and also Quebec's largest mall operating on one floor. Carrefour Laval is one of the four fashion centres in the Montreal area that also include Fairview Pointe-Claire, Les Promenades Saint-Bruno and Les Galeries d'Anjou.
    • CHOC-FM
      27.48 Km from Montreal
      CHOC-FM is a French language community radio station that operates at 104.9 FM in Saint-Rémi, Quebec, Canada. Owned by Radio communautaire intergénération Jardin du Québec, the station received CRTC approval in 1998. On October 26, 2011, Radio Communautaire Intergeneration Jardin has applied to increase the power of CHOC 104.9 in Saint-Remi, QC from 250 to 547 watts (1,750 watts maximum ERP), raise antenna height from 30 to 62.9 metres (EHAAT) and relocate the transmitter site. Also on October 2...
    • CKOD-FM
      48.78 Km from Montreal
      CKOD-FM is a French language Canadian radio station located in Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, Quebec, approximately 50 kilometres southwest of Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Owned and operated by Radio Express (an independent company owned by Robert Brunet), it broadcasts on 103.1 MHz with an effective radiated power of 3,000 watts (class A) using an omnidirectional antenna. The station has a hot adult contemporary format and identifies itself as "FM 103". Known as CFLV until 1991, the station w...

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    • 2100 Rue Guy #206a
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      2100 Rue Guy #206a, Montréal, QC H3H 2M8, Canada
    • 475 Boul de Maisonneuve E
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      475 Boul de Maisonneuve E, Montréal, QC H2L 5C4, Canada
    • 7373 Boul Langelier
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      7373 Boul Langelier, Saint-Léonard, QC H1S 1V7, Canada
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      bureau 202, 735 Rue Notre Dame, Lachine, QC H8S 2B5, Canada
    • Clinique podiatrique d'Anjou
      Notre mission chez Podimédic est d’abord et avant tout d’offrir un service professionnel et humain en gardant les patients au coeur de nos priorités. Ainsi, notre objectif premier est de traiter chaque patient tel que nous le ferions avec un membre de la famille. C'est pourquoi nous prenons le temps nécessaire pour répondre à leurs questions, établir un plan de traitement personnalisé et fournir les outils nécessaires à chacun.
      Notre philisophie est de toujours rester à l’avant-garde et à la fine pointe de la technologie. Nous renouvelons constamment nos équipements pour être à jour avec les dernières percées dans le domaine. Par ailleurs, chez Podimédic, nous ne nous satisfaisons pas du statu quo!
      C’est pour cette raison que nos podiatres mettent continuellement celles-ci à jour en participant à des formations continues et en approfondissant leur champ de compétences.
      Nous visons l’innovation en nous impliquant dans des projets de recherche et développement afin d’évoluer dans notre domaine pour mieux aider la population.
      Finalement, la communication est également au centre de nos priorités. Notre but est d’accroître les connaissances sur la santé des pieds et de fournir des outils utiles et efficaces. Notre site web, notre blogue et nos infolettres sont d’excellents moyens de s’éduquer sur les différents problèmes liés aux pieds.
      Clinique podiatrique d'Anjou 7083 Rue Jarry E #224, Anjou, QC H1J 1G3, Canada

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    Climate near Montreal

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    Graphic showing average weather in Montreal in Celcius and Centimeters (Change to Farenheit and Inches)

    Month Temp °C Rainfall Cm Temp °F Rainfall Inches
    Jan -11.9 74.6 10.6 29.4
    Feb -11.2 59.2 11.8 23.3
    Mar -4.6 67 23.7 26.4
    Apr 4.2 74 39.6 29.1
    May 11.7 75.1 53.1 29.6
    Jun 17 98.3 62.6 38.7
    Jul 19.9 92.5 67.8 36.4
    Aug 18.6 89.2 65.5 35.1
    Sep 13.7 92.5 56.7 36.4
    Oct 7.3 86.4 45.1 34
    Nov 0.1 79 32.2 31.1
    Dec -8.8 67.6 16.2 26.6

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