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Quebec's food scene is about to get a bit bigger with the introduction of Milestones Grill and Bar. The popular Canadian restaurant chain will officially open its first-ever Quebec location right here in Montreal.

"The new Milestones restaurant in Montreal promises to deliver the same high-quality food, warm ambiance, and excellent service that the brand is renowned for across the country," a Milestones spokesperson told MTL Blog.

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It seems as though places all around Montreal have started to get makeovers recently, including CF Fairview Pointe Claire , which just unveiled photos of its trendy new food court .

The newly named " District Gourmand " houses a variety of eateries .

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People may think that Montreal's West Island might be just a little nook on the far side of the island , but not too long from now, we could be visiting Downtown West Island. That's right, " making my way downtown " is about to get a whole new meaning.

The project is the vision of Cadillac Fairview, which owns Cadillac Fairview Pointe-Claire.

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All relationships come with struggles but, I thought that I would share with you the struggles of dating a guy from the West Island. My current boyfriend, of 3 years, lives in Pierrefond so I have lived all of these struggles. I currently like in the Downtown Montreal area which poses many struggles in our relationship. But you know that they say, distance doesn't matter.

Many other Montrealer's are also dating people in the West Island so, I have decided to make this list of struggles so that we can all laugh at how true most of these struggles are. Most of these struggles will apply to those dating a guy from the West Island of Montreal but some of these are also just personal. A majority of them have to do with distance or the ultimate lifestyle of Westies.

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Photo cred - Michel G.

The West Island is BIG, and although the boroughs are often grouped together, each one is completely unique. If you grew up in Saint Anne’s, then you may not share the same experiences as someone growing up in Kirkland. But if you were raised in Pointe-Claire, well then you can probably relate to these 10 realities of growing up there.

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While some Montrealers may have heard of the store name Aritzia, others have not the slightest clue.

Luckily for them, that will soon change!

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