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PY1 pyramid: all you need to know

A taste of Egypt and futurism took place at the Clock Tower Pier in Old Port Montreal! Located near the well known Cirque du Soleil, a pyramid stands out and brings a totally new type of entertainment! Created by the iconic Guy Laliberté and the Red Moon Entertainment team, the PY1 pyramid is a new place featuring art, music and technology to showcase multi-sensory shows and live immersive experiences.In a society where technology tends to isolate or divide us, the technologies used in this innovative concept are made to gather and connect the public.

Posted by: Maéva Peloso

Published on 07 May 2020
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The best Halloween events in Toronto

Behind Christmas and Thanksgiving, Halloween is one of the most popular holidays, with large crowds turning out for haunted houses and bar crawls, while entire neighbourhoods light up as they offer candy to young trick-or-treaters. While most people probably think of Halloween as a kid’s holiday, one needs only to know where to look to find holiday activities that cater to adults. For you, here are four of the best Halloween events in Toronto!

Posted by: Moh

Published on 10 August 2019
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Bring your brainstorming sessions to the next level

Previously used in communication agencies, brainstorming sessions have recently spread across all industries to encourage the emergence of new ideas and increase creativity and motivation among employees.

Posted by: Moh

Published on 10 August 2019
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The best of Montreal Grand Prix F1 weekend

Are you ready? The Montreal F1 Grand Prix weekend is right around the corner! On June 7th, 8th, 9th, this world must-see event celebrates the start of the summer season in Montreal. More than just a global sporting event, for over 40 years, the Formula One weekend has been bringing people together from all over the world to experience the joy of the city. As usual, the Montreal Grand Prix takes place on Saint-Helen’s Island, in the Gilles-Villeneuve circuit, accessible by the Jean-Drapeau metro station. Whether it is inside or outside the Grand Prix site, this weekend is a great opportunity to participate and organize various parties and events, especially in Old Montreal, Downtown and Little Italy. You are among the lucky ones already attending the festivities? You will have the chance to participate in many activities organized on site. On the menu: formula one drive simulator, fitness test and pilot reflexes, private beach area with games, a family zone, DJ, bar-terrace, etc.

Posted by: Moh

Published on 31 May 2019