Here’s a little fact.

The most spoken language at home in the city of Montreal is French by 56.9% of the population, followed by English at 18.6% as of 2006 census. The official language of Montreal is French as defined by the city’s charter. Montreal is the second largest primarily French-speaking city in the world, after Paris. Although a few francophone African cities are bigger in size, notably Kinshasa, and Abidjan, these cities have fewer mother-tongue French speakers. While Montreal is situated right in the center of Canada it derives it’s culture and style from various regions of Europe. This makes this City an Ideal destination for people living in North America to experience a bit of guilt free drinking and eating that Montrealers all share. And it also give Europeans who are traveling to North America a feeling of home away from home.

During the period of Prohibition in the United States, Montreal became well known as one of North America’s “sin cities” with unparalleled nightlife, a reputation it still holds today. In part, its bustling nightlife is attributed to its relatively late “last call” (3 a.m.), a large university population, the drinking age of 18, and the excellent public transportation system combines with other aspects of the Montreal culture to make the city’s night life unique. The diversity of the clubs in Montreal attests to the popularity of its night life, with night clubs, pubs, bars and singing bars (“boîte à chanson”), Latin clubs, African clubs, jazz clubs, lounges, after-hours houses, and Dance clubs all attracting different types of customers. was a concept that marries the internet to visitors to our fair city. The aim of the website is so that people looking for a certain type of evening can have an internet guild showing them where to find what. Boasting 45,000 hits per month we are pretty sure that will help allot of visitors find the type of experiences that they are looking for while visiting Montreal.

Montreal is consistently rated as one of the world’s most livable cities, was called “Canada’s Cultural Capital” by Monocle Magazine and recently was named a UNESCO City of Design. The most active parts during Montreal night life are the Downtown and the Quartier Latin. Saint-Denis, which goes across the Quartier Latin, attracts a majority of the French-speaking population. Saint-Laurent (known locally as “the Main”) is also one of the most popular streets. A majority of English-speaking Montrealers frequent the western part of the Downtown, with Crescent Street being one of the most popular streets in this sector. These three streets are all crossed by Downtown’s most commercial street, Sainte-Catherine Street, which extends to its East in the heart of Montreal gay night life. will attempt to help visitors find what they are looking for. Headed up by Faisal Choudhry President of business development we are confident that this site will become mandatory viewing before you make your next visit to this fair City.

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