The 100,000 square-foot residence is designed specifically for 300 students, built with custom storage and a workstation in each room, along with two shared study rooms, colour schemes tailored to students' preferences and custom furniture by Werkliv.
Le Mildoré will be the tallest residential building in Montreal to be built of steel instead of concrete, and will only have bicycle parking. The temperature in each apartment will be controlled by a heating and cooling system that uses the building's water supply.
Rent will start at approximately $885 monthly per student, minus expenses.
Between July 22 August 2, the number of active COVID-19 cases in the Mauricie and Centre-du-Quebec region went from 17 to 150 — an increase of 133 cases, according to the Institut national de santé publique du Québec (INSPQ).
In Quebec, 73.7% of the population has received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, according to ministry of health data.
Over two weekends in September and October, Les Premiers Vendredis is bringing its signature festive flair complete with family activities, live music, DJs and of course, amazing food trucks.
According to a press release shared with MTL Blog, festival organizers will offer visitors "privileged access to thematic places such as a Japanese terrace, a small Vins du Portugal bar, an Archibald beer bar, a Mill's Street bar, a Beam Suntory cocktail truck, a large Vietnamese terrace and a Mexican terrace."
Admission is free and health regulations will be enforced, including wearing a mask when walking around the site.
The Return of Les Premiers Vendredis
Price: Free admission to the site
Where: Parc Olympique (4545, rue Pierre-de Coubertin)
September 3, 2021 (4 p.m. to 11 p.m.), September 4 (12 p.m. to 11 p.m.), September 5 (12 p.m. to 11 p.m.), October 1 (4 p.m. to 11 p.m.), October 5 (12 p.m to 11 p.m.), October 6 (12 p.m. to 11 p.m.)
A depanneur in Montreal — which calls itself "the most lit depanneur" — has taken TikTok by storm, with Montrealers showcasing the shop's rare candies, drinks, chip flavours, and generally exotic snacks that you won't find anywhere else in the city.
In addition to the depanneur snacks Montrealers know and love, Ô Dépanneur in Ahuntsic-Cartierville, located at 6005, boul. Gouin O., offers imported treats and additional flavours of widely available munchies.
Little haul from @odepanneur 💖😎😍🥰🥰🥰 best snacks in Montreal 🤟💫#foodie #food #odepanneur #snacks #montreal #miam
For example, the depanneur has s'mores Oreos, Cheetos mac and cheese, key lime pie KitKat bars, heart-shaped Sour Patch Kids, and mojito 7up. Ô Dépanneur also sells Asian convenience store foods like Samyang Extreme Buldak snacks from Korea and Hi-Chew from Japan.
Though the Chick-fil-A location closest to Montreal is in Toronto, Ô Dépanneur sells its famous sauce.
Répondre à @noemie...lapalme s/o à @o.depanneur pour les snacks ⚡️💪🏽 j’ai trop peur pour les chips 🤣 #tiktokquebec #tiktokcomedy #food #fr #mtl
The depanneur's staff is also growing. On July 19, Ô Dépanneur announced it had an opening for a daytime worker.
This dep also delivers. Its special snacks are available on food delivery services like Uber Eats and SkipTheDishes. Plus, a spokesperson for Ô Dépanneur told MTL Blog that a second location is expected to open downtown this winter.
Address: 6005, boul. Gouin O. or via food delivery apps + a second location to open this winter
Why You Need To Go: "The most lit depanneur" has gone viral on TikTok for a good reason — it has some of the coolest, rarest snacks and drinks in the city!