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Montreal Neighbourhood - Terrace
June 25, 2015 |


Business Lunch: Top Montreal Terrasses

Montrealers have a true regard for the summertime and make the most of this season by spending as much time as possible outdoors. Restaurants and bars with outdoor terraces open their doors to guests who want to enjoy the fresh air and pleasant weather before the dreaded winter hits. Outdoor terraces are something everyone looks […]

Rainy Montreal
June 18, 2015 |


Relocating to Montreal: What to do When it’s Raining

Rain, rain go away, come again another day, as the saying goes. But, if you live in Montreal, a rainy day can be just as much fun as a sunshine-filled day, if you know where to go. Whether you are a couple, a solo traveller, or a family in search of Montreal rainy day fun, check out […]

Beautiful bedroom in Montreal
June 11, 2015 |

Global Mobility

Optimize Your Sleep: Tips for the Business Traveller

These days it’s hard to get a perfect night’s rest, especially since there are planes to catch, early morning meetings, late night reports, and any other number of business matters to attend to. A good slumber can directly affect your mood, performance, and overall quality of life. Needless to say, being sleep deprived and trying […]

Beautiful Montreal Apartment
June 4, 2015 |

Global Mobility, Insider

International Students – Tips on Finding An Apartment in Montreal

Congratulations! You’re about to start (or continue) your studies in one of the most diverse, culturally interesting, trendy cities in the world! We’re pretty sure Montreal is going to sweep you off your feet, but now that you’ve got that study permit, you’ll need to think about somewhere to live. Here’s our quick guide to […]

Montreal Sports Bar
May 28, 2015 |

Club&Bar, Insider, What to do

Relocating to Montreal? Best Pubs to Watch the Game

Get caught up in the game night fever and cheer for your team! While nothing can match the thrill and excitement of watching the Montreal Canadiens dazzle their fans live from the Bell Center, here are a couple of other places where you can enjoy the game. Catch the last Stanley Cup Playoff ahead of […]

Woman working in Montreal coffee shop
May 20, 2015 |

Activities, What to do

Travelling to Montreal for Business? Best Coffee Shops to Work in

Knowing the best coffee shops in a city is vital to any business trip. Not only will it provide the life-giving liquid that is coffee, but it can provide a comfortable atmosphere where work is sure to be accomplished. Montreal is a city well-known for its vibrant student and work life, making it well-equipped in […]


Business Events Happening in Montreal this Summer

18th Annual YES Entrepreneurship Conference: AHA! Moments When: May 20 Where: Centre Mont Royal, 2200 Mansfield Whether you’re looking to start your own enterprise and seeking expert advice or you’re someone who has an established small company that’s looking to network, the YES Entrepreneurship Conference will be just the right venue. 12 keynote speakers will […]

Kids at la ronde in Montreal

A Guide to Relocating to Montreal with Kids

Children can be harsh critics sometimes. They won’t sit around politely waiting for us to finish our work and only the most enrapturing entertainment will hold their attention for long. Luckily, Montreal is brimming with loads of fun and exciting activities for the entire family. If you ever find yourself in Montreal, these are the […]

Beautiful apartment in Montreal
April 16, 2015 |

Corporate Housing, Insider

Kicked Out By Your Life Partner? 5 Apartments To Consider

 Well, you’ve gone and done it again. Maybe you forgot to take out the trash for the twentieth time, didn’t remember your anniversary, or just made on too many sarcastic remarks at dinner. No matter the reason, the end result is the same: you made your partner so angry they kicked you out of the […]

Beautiful apartment in Montreal
April 9, 2015 |

Corporate Housing, Insider

Our 5 Most Popular Furnished Apartments in Downtown Montreal

When people refer to the “downtown” of Montreal, they don’t seem to realize just what a fluid designation it is. Many visitors assume downtown Montreal is the stretch of Sainte Catherine street where you can find tons of stores and vendors, and while that is true, Montreal residents tend to have a wider view of […]