Time to show your neighbourhood pride, and wear it too,with the Montreal-madeMONHOODt-shirt line. Designed by Montrealers, for Montrealers, each and every shirt will make you look fly, and help aid the city too.
Having just launched the newly designed "Expos Collection" by Danielle Jones you can stylishly rep 16 different Montreal boroughs; Downtown, Griffintown, NDG, VSL, The Village, St. Henri, Mile End, HOMA, Little Italy, Le Plateau, Verdun even La Pointe to name a few, while sporting the iconic blue and red of colours of Montreal's old MLB team.
Created and designed by local Montreal artists,the purchase of every shirt goes directly to the Montrealer who made it, with a portion of the proceeds also going to a specific Montreal charity. 6 different charities are sponsored by MONHOOD, see who you'll donate to here.
More than just a fashion line, MONHOOD wants to empower Montrealers and improve the city by asking "What’s good in the 'hood?" which will be collected on an online portal which they are discussing doing in collaboration with Montreal Tourism.
Jumping off from there, the inhabitants will then later be asked "what’s not so good in the 'hood?" which will be a portal in collaboration with the city where Montrealers can then vote on things they feel need to be improved upon across the city. MONHOOD will then create a “kickstarter” like campaign and raise funds to help fix the problem along with allocating volunteers to help out if necessary.
You may recognize I Love MONHOOD byseeing them right here on the site, as we featured their ongoing image campaign by Montreal artist LoogArt (aka Chris Soueidan) who recreated Montreal's many boroughs into sleek and sexy skylines which you can check outhere.
To get your MONHOOD EXPOs collection shirt right now, head over totheir online store. Be sure to keep up to date with all things MONHOOD by Liking theirFB page too, and follow them on Instagram, as they will soon be launching new clothing lines with the famous art group En Masse and Ryan Labrosse.
Expedia also shared data on Canadians' interest in visiting Quebec destinations. After Quebec City and Mont-Tremblant, Canadians seem to want to travel to La Malbaie, Tadoussac, Montreal and Gaspésie — in that order.
The results were based on searches for trips that would take place between July 7 and September 30.
By evaluating six metrics — "transparency in government," "transparency in society," "transparency in economy," "civic honesty," "perception of theft" and "car dealer reviews" — the company put our fine city in 54th place out of 350 cities included in the study.
Team Canada has just announced its roster for the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics and 58 Quebecers are heading to the Games to make the country proud, according to a press release from the Canadian Olympic Committee.
From experienced medal winners to first-time Olympians, the Quebec athletes on Team Canada have every chance to bring home some gold.
The City of Montreal and Formula E organizers have finally reached a settlement after five long years of deliberations and arguments. The saga, which involved a lawsuit against the city and Mayor Valérie Plante following a cancelled 2018 race, is finally over thanks to the out-of-court agreement.
In a press release, Benoit Dorais, chairman of the executive committee responsible for finance and legal affairs, said that the city "authorized an out-of-court settlement in the amount of capital, interest and costs of $3 million payable by the City to Formula E Opérations Limitée (FEO) in full and final settlement of the case."