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National Indigenous Peoples Day - Bonfires, songs, palavers, and dances to salute the longest day. The ceremony, led by Mohawk elders, will be followed by a performance by Innu singer Shauit. Old Port of Montreal, June 21, 2023, from 11:15am to 1:30pm.


POP Montreal, Nakuset & The Native Women's Shelter of Montreal / Resilience Montreal present: National Indigenous Peoples Day - Free Concert. Wednesday, June 21, 2023, 2:30 PM 6:00 PM. Cabot Square, near Alexis Nihon.


La Guinguette du Sud-Ouest - 22 au 25 juin 2023.

Au bord du canal-de-Lachine, la Guinguette du Sud-Ouest revient à partir du 23 juin pour faire découvrir ou redécouvrir des points de vue d’exception à Montréal dans une ambiance unique.


Fête nationale du Québec à Montréal :

Les évènements :


Artists and exhibits to check out:

Chard Chenier:

Galerie Espace - from June 21st to 27th (4844 St Laurent Blvd, Montréal)

Vernissage: 1 to 5 pm on Saturday, June 24th, 2023 – Live music at 2 pm.

The art includes drawings and paintings from 1963 until this year.


Vivian Rachotte:


Métis painter Don Cardinal:

Learning more about the legacy of Métis painter Don Cardinal: We talk to art historian Jennifer Bowen about Metis artist Don Cardinal. He painted scenes of Indigenous life in Hay River, in the Northwest Territories. She tells us why Canadians should know his work and his life story.


Sigur Rós frontman Jónsi takes you inside a volcano in his new immersive artwork at the AGO. The Icelandic musician and visual artist tells Q's Tom Power about his installation Hrafntinna (Obsidian).

Jónsi, Hrafntinna (Obsidian), 2021. Sixteen-channel sound installation, chandelier, speakers, subwoofers, carpet, fossilized amber scent. Dimensions variable, diameter of installed speakers: Overall: 1061.7 cm. Running Time: 25 mins. 33 secs. Purchase, with funds by exchange from Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Conn, Hellenic Canadian Cultural Society, Jessie and Percy Waxer, Ontario Heritage Foundation, Women's Committee in memory of Lady Kemp, its first president, Howard Burnham, Professor James Mavor, Mr. and Mrs. Donald B. Strudley, Stratford, Ontario, Mr. and Mrs. Neville Burston, Douglas M. Duncan, Leon Katz, E.R. Rolph, Toronto Press Club, Joseph Alfred Whealy, Canadian National Exhibition Association, and Massey Foundation, 2022. Courtesy of the artist and Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York / Los Angeles. Photo by Pierre Le Hors. 2021/1321.


Lobster Bites: new exhibit explores history, pop-culture influence on Acadian community. Moncton's Acadian Museum features lobster-themed motorcycles and historical photos.

Andrée Godin, curator at the Acadian Museum in Moncton, said she wants visitors to learn about the lobster as a symbol, but to also interact with their own memories of fishing and eating them. (Vanessa Moreau/CBC)


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