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  1. The Rialto Theatre: A Historic Montréal Venue Makes A Triumphant Return

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    Montréal’s ‘Mile End’ is one of the city’s most distinctive neighbourhoods. With a mixture of upscale Greek restaurants, cutting-edge art studios and historic synagogues, this pocket of the city is often recognized as one of the most diverse microcosms in Canada. (In fact, a German magazine recently devoted an entire issue to Rue Bernard — one of Mile End’s most […]

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  2. 4 Important Takeaways from the UNWTO “Global Report on the Meetings Industry”

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    The United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) is the United Nations agency responsible for the promotion of responsible, sustainable and universally accessible tourism. As an agency they are dedicated to gathering and distributing a variety of information, each year they share a variety of publications, such as the World Tourism Barometer and Statistical Annex and the annual UNWTO Tourism Highlights, […]

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  3. Le Westin Montréal: For The Body, Mind and Soul Connection

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    When it comes to planning events it’s important to go beyond simply arranging a bunch of bodies in a room together. The best planners ensure that their events are connective and invigorating, and to do so they refer to the trifecta of human wellness: body, mind and soul. The Westin in Montréal (one of the city’s largest hotels) is paying […]

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  4. Photo Essay: North American Irish Dance Championships at Palais des congrès de Montréal

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    Most of us know Irish dancing from internationally-acclaimed stage shows such as Riverdance and Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance. But the tradition has a long and storied history that dates back to pre-Christian Ireland. With over 80 million people in the world claiming to have Irish heritage, it’s no wonder that traditional Irish dancing continues to grow and flourish across the globe […]

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