by LISA SPROULL
Every two weeks, ladies of all ages and skill levels gang up for organized bike treks in the city. We spoke to them about why Montreal needs this.
And all the players were local bartenders, waiters and busboys. Photos inside.
Tomorrow, see your neighbourhood waiters & barmaids play beach volleyball, and pick up some food & drink to help fund much-needed sex-ed for Montreal teens.
by JOEL BARDE
At least that's what these activists told us, right before they jumped in at the Jacques Cartier Pier. Pics & testimonials inside.
by CINDY LOPEZ
We scoped out pools from Hochelaga to Verdun to find swimming lanes, sweet poolsides, green space, sports and a little peace & quiet.
Only one outdoor pool is open prior to the official start of summer, but we want to swim NOW, for FREE. So we checked out five indoor pools, including a couple of hidden gems.
The Silent Disco Squad used the streets as a dancefloor on the weekend, and while we can't tell you what it sounded like, it looked pretty cool.
by Kristi Kouchakji
The annual crosstown bike marathon, which happened last weekend, is meant to promote cycling in the city. It actually does the opposite.
by CHARLES LATIMER
A threatened whale species goes head to head with the company behind the Energy East pipeline, in the St. Lawrence River. But will it be a fair fight?
by LORRAINE CARPENTER
Deep Dish MTL is the underdog at the Webbys.
And you can too. Read about this weekend's charity gala for the Children's Hospital and how you can participate (and win crazy prizes).
We speak to the celebrity chef about Black Crab, the shoe he designed with local street wear boutique Off the Hook.
* See Ari Folman’s new film The Congress on the big screen
* It’s Burger Week!
* Piknic Électronik Labour Day edition
* The Segal’s stage production of The Graduate
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