Things To Do

8 Things To Do In Montreal This Weekend That Don't Break Any Lockdown Rules

All of which are a better idea than McGill's fight club...

We may still be under lockdown, but that doesn't mean there aren't things to do in Montreal this weekend that even Premier Legault would deem okay.

Not only are there a ton of foods to try, but there are also COVID-friendly activities that you can do either by yourself or with the person you live with.

Although the days have been hot, the reality is, we're just a little over a month away from the holidays, which means that snow and cold weather is around the corner.

Unlike the potential McGill fight club event that is said to have taken place on Monday evening, none of these ideas go against public health rules.

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Order Some Cheese-Filled Dishes To Your House

Why You Need To Go: To put yourself in a cheese-induced coma.

Shop For Some New All-Black Clothing

Address: Various locations in Montreal

Why You Need To Go: To add more of the chicest colour to your wardrobe.

Learn How To Cook Haitian Dishes

When: Saturday, November 14

Address: Via Zoom

Why You Need To Go: To learn how to make a flavour-filled and delicious meal with Centre Toussaint.

Try One Of These Drool-Worthy Montreal Dishes

Address: Various locations in Montreal

Why You Need To Go: Because you aren't an official Montreal local without having tried a good majority of these.

Go Holiday Decoration Shopping

Address: Various spots in Montreal

Why You Need To Go: To get yourself in the holiday spirit!

Try A Hot Chocolate Bomb

Price: Starting at $7

Why You Need To Go: To try this incredibly delicious new way of making hot chocolate!

Go On A Red-Zone Friendly Friend Date

Address: Different spots in the city

Why You Need To Go: COVID life can be a little lonely, which is why it's important to both be safe and still be social!

Discover The City's Coolest New Pop-Up

When: Now until December 27

Address: 5674, rue Sherbrooke O., Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: To knock some gifts off your Christmas list.