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paddleboard montreal

Funny how time flies when you're having fun. It's almost mid-August, and it seems like the highlights of this festival season are already behind us. Plus, the Quebec winter forecast is not looking good, hanging over our heads like the sword of Damocles.

Luckily, Montrealers still have a bit of time to make the most of the sunny days. Here's a list of things to do this weekend, from fun festivals including Lasso all the way to classical music and yoga, this weekend will be one for the books.

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You can compete with the moon and stars to see what glows more out on Lake Champlain this summer. The O Lac Aquatic Centre is offering night-time paddleboard and kayak sessions on illuminated crafts. Once the sun goes down, the colourful, glowing vessels become the only source of light on the water.

The glow-in-the-dark sessions take place in Venise-en-Québec just one hour south of Montreal near the US border.

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This summer in Montreal, you can treat yourself to the ultimate form of relaxation as you get your zen on with a private paddleboard concert in the Lachine Canal.

Mhm, talk about floating your worries away!

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Parks Canada has announced that paddleboarding (stand-up paddleboarding or SUP) will be allowed on almost the whole of Montreal's Lachine Canal this summer.

Specifically, Montrealers will be able to SUP in the 12-kilometre span between lock number two near the Old Port and lock number five at the western end of the canal in the borough of Lachine.

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