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Skiing and snowboarding can be expensive, time-consuming pastimes: It can be hard to carve out the time to practice new tricks and monthly passes can be costly. Luckily, Laval has is opening a new snowpark on Saturday – and the best part is, it's totally free.

The snowpark will be open every day from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m starting Saturday, January 22. Skiers and snowboarders must make free reservations in advance on the Laval website for two-hour time slots. Keep in mind that reservations might be cancelled in the event of bad weather.

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If you love breakfast food and ice cream then one of Montreal's favourite creameries, Ca Lem, is about to make your weekend.

Ca Lem is giving away FREE Mini Pancake Cereal ice cream sundaes on Friday, Saturday and Sunday to anyone with a TikTok account, thanks to a partnership with TikTok Canada.

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July is upon us, which means summer is in full swing and everyone is searching for free things to do in Montreal right now.

And we're here to help! Here are 11 ideas that won't cost you a dime this month.

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The City of Montreal and Quartier des Spectacles are hosting free outdoor screenings of the next few games of the Stanley Cup Final in Montreal — including tonight's Game 3, which is sold out.

The site will host 4,335 game spectators, separated into three zones — Place des Festivals, Promenade des Artistes and Esplanade de la Place des Arts — with their own entrances and exits. 

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Well, we’ve made it through another short week! And just like that, the weekend is back in Montreal.

Keep the good times going with these awesome ways to celebrate our beautiful city.

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Montreal Canadiens fans can watch the last few games of the Stanley Cup Final on the Olympic Park's Esplanade, starting with Game 3 on July 2. 

In full compliance with COVID-19 public health restrictions in Quebec, the Esplanade will be able to host 3,500 spectators per match.

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Mayor Valérie Plante announced Thursday that Montreal will host free screenings of the Stanley Cup Final with the Montreal Canadiens and the Tampa Bay Lightning in the Quartier des Spectacles beginning with Game 3 on Friday, July 2.

"For several days now, we have been working hard to find solutions to offer Montrealers places to gather, while respecting the health measures in force in order to watch the matches of the Montreal Canadiens for free," the mayor said in a press release

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Narcity may receive a small commission if you purchase something we recommend in this article, which was created by the Narcity Shop team.

If you’re running low on your favourite lipstick or looking for a new perfume for summer, you can always count on Shoppers Drug Mart for the best deals.

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POP Montreal is hosting a free concert to celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day in Montreal, in collaboration with Resilience Montreal, the Native Women's Shelter of Montreal and the Ville-Marie borough.

Shows will begin in the afternoon on June 21, with a lineup of Indigenous performers, including singers, guitarists, bands, spoken word artists, opera singers and electro DJs. 

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While drive-in movie theatres are a blast, they also require access to a car. Cinéma sous les étoiles, an annual free documentary festival, solves that problem by bringing outdoor screenings to Montreal parks for movie nights under the stars.

Funambules Médias announced today that Cinéma sous les étoiles is coming back this summer for its 12th edition with 30 outdoor documentary screenings in a dozen Montreal parks.

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The Musée de la civilisation in Quebec City opened its newest exhibition on June 17, called Oh Shit! — which should tell you everything you need to know about the poop-themed museum exhibit.

The exhibition will teach visitors everything they need to know about human excrement — from how fecal waste is managed in Quebec and around the world, sanitation issues, health crises and "the hope that comes with reclaiming human dejecta." 

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What could be better than chilling by Montreal's Lachine Canal with ice cream or cold brew coffee on a hot Sunday in June? Getting it for free, obviously.  

To celebrate deconfinement in QuebecRiverside St-Henri — an indoor/outdoor bar, cafe and food truck near the canal — has teamed up with Silo 57 to offer you a FREE ice cream cone or cold brew on Sunday, June 13. 

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