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  1. Food and beverage trends for 2015: What’s on the menu?

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    Food and Beverage trends 2015

    Have an appetite for trends? As we head into the last months of 2014, we already have our sights set on 2015 and what the future may hold for F&B (aka “food and beverage”). Here are a few themes we spotted that you can expect to see on menus in the coming year.  Gluten-free going strong Gluten-free was the buzzword […]

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  2. One-of-a-kind Venues at Historic Parc Jean-Drapeau

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    Parc Jean-Drapeau is nestled in the Saint-Lawrence River just off the main island of Montréal. This historic park (which consists of Île Sainte-Hélène and Île Notre-Dame) is steeped in a rich history. The site was created for the Expo 67 World’s Fair, which will be celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2017, along with the 375th anniversary of the founding of […]

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  3. Ask a Sommelier: Elyse Lambert on Choosing and Pairing Wines

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    To say that Elyse Lambert knows wine would be the understatement of the century. She began her career as a sommelier (wine steward) over 15 years ago in some of Québec’s finest hotel and restaurant establishments. She was named Best Sommelier of Québec in 2004, ranked third in Canada in 2006 and won the competition for the Best Sommelier of […]

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  4. 5 Innovations You Didn’t Know Came From Montréal

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    Montréal is a hotbed of creativity. From the early development of Cirque du Soleil to the thriving video game industry to the iconic sound of Leonard Cohen, there is no doubt that magical things begin here. Maybe it’s something in the water poutine gravy? Whatever the case may be, we’ve been pouring out inventions for over a century. Here are […]

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  5. Making Millennial-Friendly Meetings: 4 Key Traits You Must Consider

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    Millenials and Meetings

    In the meetings and conventions industry, there is much talk about what Millennials (people born in the 1980s and 1990s, also known as “Generation Y” and “digital natives”) will expect in the future — and with good reason. According to recent research, by 2020 Millennials will make up nearly half (46%) of the U.S. labour force. Building a strong base […]

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