Montreal: ten dishes you need to try on Boulevard Saint-Laurent

Montreal’s Boulevard Saint-Laurent is the meeting point of the city’s immigrant communities and a melting pot of cultures – which means you can almost eat your way around the world on one street. Etan Smallman meets the owners of the eclectic dining spots to find out the dishes to order when you’re there

Montreal: Walking the Main

Montreal’s Saint-Laurent Boulevard is the zipper of the city, separating English and French, west and east. Matthew Lee strolls its length to discover why ‘the Street of Dreams’ is a multilingual, multicultural seam that unites more than it divides

On the road with… James Bay

The English singer and songwriter talks about his life on tour, from headlining highs in Montreal to meeting Eric Clapton at the airport

DJ John Digweed: eight of the best clubbing capitals

The British DJ and record producer gives us his inside track into the world’s coolest partying destinations

Why Montreal is a digital art capital

Meet the AV (audio-visual) artists lighting up Canada’s cultural capital with their creative techy installations

The ultimate ski guide: the Rockies

Felice Hardy picks four of the best ski resorts in the Rocky Mountains, for every type of snow holiday

The topsy-turvy travel planner: Montreal for river surfers

Surfing is not a sport usually associated with Montreal. For one thing, it's hundreds of kilometres away from the sea. But that won't be stopping David Whitley...

City hot spots: The Plateau, Montreal

Juliet Kinsman unveils the very best of art, fashion and dining around The Plateau in Montreal's Mont-Royal neighbourhood

Masculine vs feminine hotel style

As hyper-masculine hotel Belgraves establishes itself in London, other hotels around the world are appealing to the female traveller. But should they be choosing sides? By Mark Jones

Canada: Montreal, Quebec and beyond

Away from the French sophistication of Montréal and Québec lies the wild Charlevoix region with its charming villages, breathtaking landscape and distinct cuisine. Mark Jones is impressed