Justin Bieber Rumoured To Be Coming To Party In Montreal This Weekend

Get ready Montreal, The Biebs is back in business. We all know that Scott Disick and Kendall Jenner (of the Kardashian clan) are set to make an appearance, as well as some of the cast from X-Men, but Justin's rumoured arrival has taken this event to a whole new level.

Montreal celebrity photographer, Melissa Paradis, as well as Hollywood PQ and Journal de Montreal, have confirmed these suspicions. However, we can't believe it until we see JB with our own two eyes.

If you want to dilute your celebrity spotting with some fun this weekend, check out what to do at Grand Prix and where to buy your tickets.

Fans are already talking!

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Iconic Montreal Deli Boucherie Slovenia Is Closing Its Doors Forever

Boucherie Slovenia will soon serve its last spicy sausage.

Boucherie Slovenia, a boulevard Saint-Laurent institution for 50 years, will soon serve its last spicy sausage.

The iconic home of enormous Eastern European-style sandwiches — Slovenian sausage and towering cold-cuts were staples — will close its doors forever on January 29, said the owners, Lourdes Rodrigues and Jean Teixeira, in a Facebook post.

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Montreal Was Ranked One Of Canada's Greenest Cities When It Comes To Transport

Montreal takes the lead as the most bicycle-friendly city in all of North America.

Montreal is certainly no stranger to a traffic jam, which makes taking public transit a more viable option to not only get around faster but do more good for the environment.

As Canadian cities take the initiative to improve their transit systems and reduce their carbon footprints, Montreal has become one of the country's greenest metropolitan areas when it comes to transport, according to one ranking.

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Canadians are pretty boring, at least when it comes to their Tim Hortons Timbits picks. To celebrate the 45th anniversary of the popular donut holes, the coffee chain released a regional breakdown of the most popular Timbits orders.

In Quebec, the classic Chocolate Glazed won out, followed by Honey Dip and Birthday Cake. Those choices align with the most popular orders in Ontario and Western Canada (including Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia and the three territories).

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I Tried Justin Bieber's New 'Timbiebs' & As Far As Snacks Go, I'm A Belieber

Haven't tried them yet? It's not too late to say sorry. You should go and love yourself. 🤪

When Tim Hortons announced the launch of Justin Bieber's "Timbiebs," I experienced some Canadian nostalgia. I remembered the days when all the girls at my high school gushed over Bieber (and his bowl cut) and the song "Baby" played on the radio so often that it was stuck in my head for months.

Years later, the Canadian pop star has gone on to achieve bigger and better things, but his latest project could be the greatest of them all: releasing three flavours of Timbits. If you haven't gotten the chance to try them yet, here's my honest review.

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