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Our Favourite Art Museums in Montreal

Our Favourite Art Museums in Montreal

Montreal is a city rich in arts and culture. There are many major attractions that la belle ville has to offer, but most notable for visitors seem to be our various options when it comes to art museums. All beautiful...
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Clip It: How to Achieve that Perfect Post Mo

Since the dawn of modern day civilization, man has relied on his predecessor to teach him the ways of the perfect shave. In the last couple decades though, the predecessor has totally dropped the ball. Thus, to help get you back to baby-faced glory post-Movember, we've got the best creams and razors you need to use
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Montreal Weekender: November 4th through 6th, 2011

We've talked about many a neighbourhood in Montreal, yet somehow, the Latin Quarter hasn't made its way into our rotation. To rectify this, today's Weekender is dedicated to exploring this cultural mecca. The restaurants and bars around here are superb, like La Guadalupe and Le Cheval Blanc. The neighbourhood's atmosphere is relaxed and bohemian, and boasts some of the most stylish new-to-you furniture shops in town. So, without further delay, here's to a notable weekend in the Latin Quarter
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2011 Food Trends We Love

There's a slew of food trends this year that have altered the way Canadians approach cuisine from coast to coast. Change is always a good thing in the culinary world; it means we get to explore and challenge what we once thought too exotic or banal. Here's our five fave 2011 food trends and 25 or so restaurants to try 'em
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Montreal Weekender: October 28th through 30th, 2011

Halloween in Montreal is almost unparalleled in terms of our nightlife. We've filled your weekender with everything from the most notable sushi joint that will set the tone for your spook-tastic workweek break to one of the best loft parties to check out on Saturday night to the best wonton soup in the city to calm you down and prep you for Monday morning. Check it all out in today's feature
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Hennessy Paradis and Richard Hennessy Cognac

While we at Notable have been avid cognac fans for years (the spicy richness and blossomed balance are the perfect digestif in our opinion), we're well aware that some YPs have yet to discover this amazing spirit...yet. Hennessy, a name synonymous with cognac, has two releases on the horizon: Paradis and Richard Hennessy Cognac
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The Condo of Tomorrow: How developers like Tridel and UrbanCorp are changing the way we live

Is the home of tomorrow here today? It would appear so, thanks to the trusty iPad (is there anything it can't do?), an innovative app, and condo developers like Tridel and UrbanCorp. Find out more about the new generation of home automation in today's feature
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Montreal Weekender: October 21st through 23rd, 2011

This Weekender is dedicated to a couple days jaunting around the Plateau. One of our favourite neighbourhoods (if you haven't yet noticed), the Plateau boasts some of our top restaurants, shops and hangouts. So read on and get ready to gorge yourself in one of Montreal's most notable areas
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Our favourite spots to buy local art in Montreal

We're not trying to say that buying a print from IKEA isn't notable (they have some good reproductions, right?), but supporting local artists and culture is top-notch when it comes to adorning your walls. Check out some of our favourite spots to browse works from Quebec artists in Montreal
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