The STM Is Giving Out Free Metro Passes All Month Long

Do not, we repeat, do not pass this up!
The STM Is Giving Out Free Metro Passes All Month Long

It's become one of the biggest events in Montreal, and it's pretty much the only thing we have to looks forward to for the next little while. I'm talking of course about Igloofest.

The outdoor winter music festival party takes place every year in the Old Port of Montreal and this year is going to be bigger and better than ever.

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To help you celebrate in style, the STM wants to cover the cost of your ride home, which is why they will be handing out FREE metro passes on Saturday nights sfter Igloofest to make sure you get home safely.

The Champ-de-Mars metro station will also have special animation, along with a DJ, and some contests for the next 4 Saturdays between 7:30 pm to 9:00 pm.

Check out the STM's Website for more information.

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