Photo contest - Montrealers Chill in Winter! - Credit : Chantal Levesque

Montrealers Chill in Winter!

December 15, 2019 to March 15, 2020

41st edition, Montral l'il photo competition.

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35 years  A reason to celebrate! Photo: Andrei I. Gere

35 years A reason to celebrate!

Discover our special programming to highlight our 35 years of existence.

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The Centre d'histoire de Montral will become the MEM

The Centre d'histoire de Montral will become the MEM

The Centre d'histoire will soon undergo a metamorphosis, changing its name to MEM (for Mmoire des Montralais) and moving into the heart of the Quartier des spectacles in 2021.

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Here I am in Montral

Here I am in Montral

May 12 to December 22, 2019

Young people newly arrived in Montreal present their takes on the City through the filter of their respective cultural and personal backgrounds.

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Memories of Immigrations

Memories of Immigrations

Website

Through stories both big and small, follow the history of cultural communities that have, from the beginning, enriched Montreal's identity. (Articles available in French only.)

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Explosion 67. Youth and Their World

Explosion 67. Youth and Their World

Starting June 16, 2017

Arranged in evocative spaces, this immersive exhibition will recapture innovative, illuminating moments of Expo67 through memories of the event that are remarkably vivid and occasionally shatter our expectations.

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Montral

January 27

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The site where a new bridge crossing the St. Lawrence River would be built was announced on this date in 1925. The Jacques Cartier Bridge was built south of Rue De Lorimier.

Explosion 67. Youth and Their World Exhibition

Lost Neighbourhoods

Lost Neighbourhoods

Virtual exhibition

Citizens of Tomorrow

Citizens of Tomorrow

Educational activity

Photo contest

Montrealers Chill in Winter!