NDG Free Press

Not your usual type of MOTC post, but it’s worth a spot here. Montrealers have to support Montreal efforts, right? The NDG Free Press was first published in September 2009 to fill a void in the NDG area. It’s a small, but growing paper, run on a shoe-string budget. The thing is, it’s the best…

Burger de Ville @ Westminster in Montreal West

Time for another great, inexpensive restaurant review. Today, it’s for Burger de Ville. Good food at great Montreal Bargain prices This fairly new restaurant (not even a year old) is tiny but don’t let the size of the restaurant fool you. The food portions are huge and even better – they’re fabulous. I’m not usually…

Cafe 92° – A Good Reason to Visit NDG

I like coffee shops, independent, fun coffee shops. While places like Second Cup, Starbucks, Java U and all the other chains have their place, nothing beats a corner coffee shop that offers amazing coffee and great food – all at a decent place. What: Cafe 92° A coffee shop owned by two women from Mexico,…

Online Screening Room – Free NFB movies

Many of us remember NFB movies from school and maybe we weren’t entirely impressed, but the National Film Board of Canada has some amazing films and hundreds of them are available to you – at home – on your computer, for free viewing. Thanks to a reader, Julie, I learned bout the NFB Online Screening…

National Film Board: Personal Viewing Stations

What an interesting way to spend a couple of hours if you’re a movie buff. Did you know that you can view one of 9,000 films at the National Film Board of Canada for very little in cost? What: Personal viewing stations, where you can watch movies from the NFB collection of your own choosing…