Presented by\nCentre Eaton de Montréal is undergoing a major renovation with exciting new additions to enhance your downtown shopping experience!\nCanada's first Time Out Market has opened its doors as part of the renovations.\nSporting goods retailer Decathlon has also set up shop, being the first of their locations in Canada in a downtown metropolis.\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nWhether you love spending a Saturday perusing stores for the perfect new wardrobe staples or you simply enjoy the art of window shopping, we’ve got some exciting news for you: Centre Eaton de Montréal is undergoing a major transformation to offer new experiences in the soon-to-be improved shopping centre!\nThanks to a significant $200 million investment from its owner, Ivanhoé Cambridge, the Centre Eaton de Montréal has been undergoing a major structural redesign, resulting in a transformation that will definitely upgrade the retail experience of the commercial downtown Montreal landmark.\nView this post on Instagram #timeoutmarketmontreal est enfin ouvert! Les meilleurs chefs de la ville sous un seul toi a Montréal! On est tellement fière de ce projet! A post shared by GH+A Design Studios (@ghadesignstudios) on Nov 14, 2019 at 2:30pm PST\nBuilding upon the same Centre Eaton de Montréal brand that we all know and love, the new renovations will include merging the former Complexe Les Ailes with the existing Centre Eaton de Montréal, resulting in one stronger, sleeker, and streamlined brand.\nThe renovated spaces and structural additions have given Montreal’s biggest shopping centre new life, providing you and all other Montrealers the opportunity to engage in a reinvented shopping experience like no other.\nView this post on Instagram Impressed with @timeoutmarketmontreal last night 😍💕 Thank you again for the invite! My top 3 of the night are from @marusan_mtl, @hofkelsten and @grumman78 😏 out of 25 dishes I tried. ✨ ✨ It's now open to the public, inside of Eaton Centre! ✨ ✨ #timeoutmarket #foodblogger #foodie #mtlfood #finedining #foodphotography #foodforlife #timeoutmarketmontréal #yummy #mtlfoodies #food #foodstagram #mtlfood #foodies #foodgasm #mtlfoodie #montreal #foodblogger #foodforsoul #foodlife #foodlover A post shared by Trang | Food Photography (@trangreeny) on Nov 14, 2019 at 9:41am PST\nHowever, the pièce de résistance of this entire project is indisputably the inclusion of the highly anticipated Time Out Market Montréal, which opened on November 14 — the first Time Out Market in Canada! Not familiar with the Time Out Market concept? It’s an international project that has already been successfully established in major metropolises all over the globe, including Lisbon, Miami, Boston, Chicago — and now, luckily for us, Montreal.\nEssentially, Time Out Market is an unbelievable collaboration of a city's top chefs, restaurateurs, and mixologists brought together to create one deliciously diverse culinary space. Here, you’ll be able to eat your way through the best culinary talents in Montreal, with 16 different food offerings, 3 bars, as well as a demo kitchen where you can observe the yummy magic in action. In short, it’s your wildest foodie dreams brought to life!\nView this post on Instagram L’ouverture officielle du Time Out Market aura lieu ce jeudi. Terminé le McDonald’s après votre séance de magasinage! 😉 ———— #timeoutmarketmontreal #eatoncentre #foodhall #foiregastronomique #montrealrestaurants #montrealfood A post shared by Maryse Deraîche (@marysederaiche) on Nov 12, 2019 at 9:03pm PST\nBut Time Out Market Montréal isn’t the only exciting new addition to the Centre Eaton de Montréal! Quality sports goods store Decathlon has also joined the shopping complex and is the first in Canada to open its doors at a downtown location.\nTaking up two floors filled with premium quality products, consider Decathlon your new go-to for all your sporting goods and equipment needs! Their dedication to enhanced customer experience is serious business, and they’ll even be offering test areas for all sports-centric consumers to try products in-store.\nView this post on Instagram Vous êtes Membre Décathlon?! ⠀ ⠀ N'oubliez pas de scanner votre carte membre aux caisses libre-service à l'achat de n'importe quel produit en magasin. ☺️⠀ ⠀ Si vous ne faites pas encore partie de la DécaFamily, n'hésitez pas à vous inscrire. 🤗⠀ ⠀ C'est gratuit!! 👉https://buff.ly/303tmkL⠀ --⠀ You are a Decathlon member?!⠀ ⠀ Don't forget to scan your member card with the purchase of any product in store. ☺️⠀ ⠀ If you are not yet part of the DécaFamily, do not hesitate to register.⠀ ⠀ It's free!! 👉 https://buff.ly/303tmkL A post shared by Décathlon Centre Eaton (@decathloncentreeaton) on Nov 7, 2019 at 2:01pm PST\nAdditionally, UNIQLO, the Japanese global apparel retailer, announced in October its plans to launch in Montreal with the opening of a first store in Centre Eaton de Montréal during late 2020, marking the brand’s entry into Quebec!\nLifeWear is the UNIQLO commitment to creating perfect clothing that meets the needs of everyone’s daily lifestyles. High quality, functional, affordable, and constantly evolving, LifeWear is available in a variety of colours and styles for people of all ages.\nAll of these exciting renovations and additions are officially open to the public! For more information on the Centre Eaton de Montréal's renovation project, visit their website.