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The summer heat is alive and well in Quebec, so to cool off, here are four Montreal beaches that are reopening this month to put on your summer bucket list.

Have you been working from home suffering an air conditioner? Well, a visit to any of these waterfronts is a perfect solution to Montreal's humidity.

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The Old Port of Montreal has provided a sneak peek at its full summer lineup and the city landmark is ramping up festivities with reopenings on land, water and air — all while offering the same summer activities Montrealers look forward to each season.

The Old Port announced over 30 fun things to do in Montreal this summer that are perfect for foodies, those who enjoy the outdoors, adventurous folks and more. 

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On Tuesday, Premier François Legault gave Quebecers a time frame for when he thinks it will no longer be mandatory to wear masks in public: the end of August.

The caveat is this will only be possible if Quebec reaches its goal of vaccinating 75% of the population over 12 years old with two doses. But Legault said he's "very confident" that it will be done.

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Summer in Quebec is made up of nice weather, blooming flowers and outdoor activities. To make the most of the sweet joys of summer, here are six flower fields near Montreal for you to visit.

Some places even let you pick your own bouquets so you can come home with a souvenir!

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As of February 8, Quebec will be relaxing some of its COVID-19 public health restrictions. This means the province's rules are about to change... again.  

Living in a constant state of flux, it can be hard to keep track of what you're allowed to do and what might result in a $1,500 fine. But don't worry. We got you! We answered all the questions you sent to our DMs so you can prepare for the weeks ahead. 

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Despite a relatively mild and slow start to this winter season, Montrealers are delighted to see their city finally covered in successive waves of freshly-fallen, silent shrouds of snow. But unlike Paul Simon, we are not rocks or islands, and we can't fight the urge to get out there and break the surface of this immaculate, powdery blanket as we roll around in it. After all, we northerners enjoy filling our lungs with fresh air, as much as filling our phone's memories.

But as we begin the new year with another quarantine, you might be wondering how you can take advantage of this most magical season and still follow restrictions.

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The pandemic has hit certain businesses in ways we could have never imagined. MTL Blog spoke with Sharon Brand, a young entrepreneur from Montreal, who successfully started her company Brand's Media Group during the time of COVID-19.

If all the free time we've had on our hands during the past few months has led you to consider starting up your own business, Sharon's advice will help guide you along your journey.

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The magic of the holiday season is quietly taking hold in the homes of Quebecers and in our favourite places. In order to plunge further into this magical universe, we're found eleven places in Quebec that will make you feel as if you're in a classic Christmas movie

If you're already starting to get excited about the cold season, this list is sure to add to the joy.

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When it comes to celebrating your best friend's birthday, there are so many things you probably want to do. But, sometimes, life happens and you just aren't able to see them on their special day — and that's where Montreal bakeries come in to save the day.

There are so many local companies that'll deliver sweet treats to the doors of your loved ones.

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