Young restaurateurs take on the Quebecois food scene in Montreal’s Plateau neighbourhood.
The building bridges two families, the past and the present, as well as communal life and individual privacy.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: There is more to this home than meets the eye.
This August, the world’s top-tier dancers and choreographers will come together in the small Laurentides village of Saint-Sauveur.
The goal is always to be flawlessly informal.
The room, while minute and filled to the brim with people, feels more like a polished dinner party than anything else.
One of Canada’s top ten inventions is at subject of a simmering debate: it isn’t hockey, insulin, or the Wonderbra—it’s poutine.
Located within the walls of Old Quebec, the Château Frontenac is a hotel with a glamorous and storied history.
Chef J.C. Poirier brings a taste of Quebec to Vancouver with his newest restaurant, St. Lawrence.