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Montreal is the second largest city in Canada after Toronto. A world-renowned metropolis in the province of Quebec, it attracts hundreds of thousands of tourists throughout the year.

French is Montreal’s official language. It is the second largest French-speaking city in the world, after Paris. Montreal is composed of 19 large boroughs which are subdivided into smaller neighbourhoods, including the Plateau Mount-Royal, Little Italy, Jean-Talon, Mile-End and Hochelaga-Maisonneuve. Old Montreal is the historic district of the island, with famous attractions such as Place Jacques Cartier, the Palais de Justice, and the Notre-Dame Cathedral. Montreal is home to over 1 906 811 people.

Known as "Canada’s Cultural Capital" Montreal hosted the 1967 International and Universal Exposition (Expo 67). It continues to host various festivals and events throughout the year, notably, the International Jazz Festival, Formula 1 Grand Prix, Just for Laughs Festival, Igloofest and Nuit Blanche. With over 32 km of tunnels spread over more than 4.6 sq miles, Montrealers are connected year-round to shopping malls, stores, banks and more, all accessible by metro.

Montreal is also known for its beautiful natural surroundings. The city comprises a number of parks, but its most famous one is the Mount-Royal Park, one of Montreal’s largest greenspaces. Surely a walk to remember for any visitors strolling through. Montreal was named "best place to live for its culture, its architecture, its history and its ambiance" by Traveler’s Digest in 2006.

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The croissant: adored by all, straight from the Magdalen Islands to Montreal! For the sixth year running, we're celebrating this popular pastry with the 2017 Montreal Croissant Festival. To mark the occasion, 96 artisanal pastry chefs will be joining forces on May 6, 2017 to offer you a croissant for just $1. You'd be crazy to miss it! Here are some of the places in Montreal where you can enjoy a taste: [image credit iStock]
It comes as no surprise that Montreal’s local food movement is a force to be reckoned with. As a result, scores of chefs have jumped on the bandwagon; some do it out of an ideological drive, others to satisfy an increasingly demanding and scrutinizing clientele. The following list of restaurants place an emphasis on sourcing locally, relying heavily on nearby farms, game and fishing. [Image credit: iStock]
Setting aside the purported health benefits of consuming animal flesh in its pure, unadulterated form, it can actually taste absolutely fabulous! Far from pushing restaurants that suggest a chiefly raw menu, the following list is simply a roundup of spots serving standout raw dishes – excluding sushi – from tartares and crudos to tatakis and ceviches. [image credit: iStock/MiguelMalo]
This summer, trade in long days of TV and video games for activities that will get your children moving. Here are some of the best places for kids sports programs in Montreal, guaranteed to help your children have an active summer.  [Image credit: iStockphoto.com/Christopher Futcher]

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