Souk Montreal returns for it’s 19th edition, in a new home, showcasing the best of the cities designers and makers.
Wills Beer addresses a gap in the Quebec beer market, between old-school lagers and kitschy new experimental brews.
The Museum of Fear and Wonder is bring its uncanny, corporeal art to Calgary’s Esker Foundation gallery this Autumn.
The first of its kind in Montreal, Sabbya is a wellness hub that offers both noninvasive treatments and medical aesthetics, as well as an adaptogen bar and full thermal circuit.
Regardless of what creative exploit she takes on, a fundamental part of Evelyne Brochu always shines through, a bit of her soul that gives her performances a level of depth, whether on an album or a screen.
The vintage furniture landscape is changing, as are the demands of the modern online consumer—and Montreal’s vendors are changing along with them.
In Montreal’s Garment District, creators are finding more than affordable studios—they’re building community.
Siblings Christiane and Jean-Yves Germain founded Canada’s first boutique hotel 30 years ago. Today, Group Germain, which is still a family-run business, operates a Canada-wide network of want-to-stay-at hotels.