Daft Punk Makes Public Retro 1970s Themed Ads To Promote Merchandise

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Daft Punk Makes Public Retro 1970s Themed Ads To Promote Merchandise

Music legends Daft Punk recently unveiled their new series of retro nostalgic 1970's themed ads to promote their entire new line of t-shirts, belt buckles and other things.

The old school mag ads really do look the business in our opinion.

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A Smorgasbord-Style Market With Music & Food Trucks Is Popping Up Beside The Lachine Canal

There will be more than 30 kiosks over the course of 3 different weekends.

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A new smorgasbord-style market with "ephemeral terrasses, cultural pop-ups and musical entertainment" is coming to the banks of the Lachine Canal in Griffintown over the course of three weekends, beginning on July 31 and August 1.

The event name, Sudbest, perfectly captures the goal of the event. Organizers call it the Sud-Ouest's "largest commercial revival initiative," bringing forward as many of the borough's merchants, artists and artisans as possible.

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The Royal Thai Government, along with the Ministry of Commerce and Toronto's Thai Trade Centre, announced a new certification system for restaurants with "authentic Thai cuisine" in Canada.

Eight Montreal Thai restaurants made the cut with two achieving the highest level of recognition.

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The Quebec government is implementing new practices to broadcast and promote Quebec music "exclusively [...] in the buildings of government departments and agencies," according to the Ministère de la Culture et des Communications

"Not only is Quebec's music unique and rich, but Quebecers listen to it, love it and share it," said Nathalie Roy, Minister of Culture and Communications.

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With more and more people getting vaccine doses, summer is beginning to look more optimistic with each passing day. And from Montreal to Gaspé, people are itching to be able to go out for real and enjoy an amazing Quebec summer festival

But which ones are coming back in person so far? Here are all the festivals that we know you'll be able to actually attend in person in Quebec this summer — if all goes according to plan.

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