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Seoul steps out of the shadows

For any up-and-coming band, the first festival performance is a big deal—it solidifies their role in the music world and confirms that the effort they put into their music is worth it. This experience was no different for Montreal-based band Seoul, who cheerfully reiterated during their performance that playing at Osheaga was their first “big… Keep Reading

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Chill Thrills: Embracing the cold at Igloofest

As the New Year rolls in every year, Igloofest opens its doors to Montreal’s partygoers. Started in 2007, this winter music festival has attracted crowds to the city’s Old Port year after year, despite sub-zero temperatures. Hosted by Piknic Electronik and the Quays of the Old Port from Jan. 16 to Feb. 8, this four… Keep Reading

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Chill Thrills: Keeping it cool at Carnaval de Quebec

Before midterms start to constrict your weekends, take a short trip off to Quebec City—the old, charming, and snowy provincial capital just a three-hour drive away. Every year, the city hosts Carnaval de Québec, one of the world’s largest winter festivals, going on from now until Feb. 15. Almost a million people attend the festival… Keep Reading

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Chill Thrills: Mount Royal Park

The freezing cold that marks the end of January is also prime time to bundle up and head outdoors for fun in the snow. Luckily, the perfect triad of winter activities is located in Mount Royal Park, a mere twenty minute walk from Roddick Gates. Besides being a haven for nature-lovers in an otherwise urban… Keep Reading

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Chill Thrills: Skating rinks

The beginning of the Winter semester is the perfect time to participate in various winter activities around Montreal. After all, it is only fitting to take advantage of add/drop period to get outside. One of the easiest and most common ways to unwind on a cool afternoon is to lace up and go skating. Here… Keep Reading

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