The city's parks saw tons of people living for the weekend — from a safe distance — and it feels SO good to see Montreal come alive again.
Parc Jeanne-Mance was still booming as the sun began to set on Friday evening — with Montrealers wearing dresses and shorts amid 22-degree weather.
The same was true as Montrealers watched the sunset at Parc Jarry.
On Saturday, Parc-La Fontaine was full of surprises, including a pair of roommates doing something very acrobatic called "needle stars."
Around mid-afternoon on Saturday, the Lachine Canal was full of life both on the path and on the grass.
Some folks even set up tents at Parc René-Lévesque as if they were camping out and, hey, we get it — we wish park hangs on summer-like days could last forever, too.