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New Events and Reminders

Concordia Greenhouse:

This year, the Concordia Greenhouse would like to thank the urban agriculture community, food security groups, non-profit organizations that have gardens, our regular customers, and so many other folks who have made the seedling event and sale the astronomical success it has become over the years. To show our appreciation, this year’s seedling sale will be a charitable event where the Concordia Greenhouse is offering all of its seedlings free of charge to food security groups and non-profits that have a food security mandate or include it as a part of their programming.

Tuesday, May 23 to Friday, May 26 11:00 AM -6:00 PM. Pavillion Henry F.Hall Bldg, Boul. de Maisonneuve Ouest, 13th floor, Montreal.


Reminder - NDG Art Hop:


At the McCord:

Free outdoor activities - Come see Montreal differently! Until October 8, the 13th edition of the Museum’s Urban Forest provides a true oasis of relaxation in the heart of downtown. With its welcoming furniture, warm colours, green spaces, and cultural programming, this urban park invites you to relax, enjoy its activities and make the most of summer in the city.

And more:

The Urban Forest on Victoria Street – McCord Stewart Museum (


Reminder for McCord members:

Tickets: Launch of the exhibition – Members Only - McCord Museum (


"Something Rotten" by the Cote-St-Luc Dramatic Society.

Interview: After three long years, the Cote-St-Luc Dramatic society is back with their first major production. It's a Broadway musical farce called "Something Rotten", that's set in Elizabethan days. We speak with Anisa Cameron, artistic director of the Cote Saint-Luc Dramatic Society.

More info:



Some important rules in photography – but go ahead and break them!

20 golden rules of photography (and when to break them) (



The health impacts of ultra-processed foods — and what’s lurking in your fridge. Ultra-processed foods may sound like sugary drinks or snacks, but chances are the description fits more of the stuff in your fridge than you might think. Physician Chris van Tulleken tells us about his new book Ultra-Processed People and the health impacts of what’s lurking in our cupboards.


Library series: Jewish Public Library in Montreal. We find out about this multilingual independent library, that started in 1914. The library is known for holding the largest circulating Judaica collection in North America. We speak Eddie Paul, Senior director of Library and Learning Services at the Jewish Public Library.


All about the library:


For her latest project, master animator, Janet Perlman, pitched a folk tune and um...nothing else. On a visit to the National Film Board in the 70s, Janet Perlman says she and her art school classmates swore they would sweep floors if it meant they could work there. Soon after, she got a job at the animation studio, got an Oscar nomination for one of her earliest films and today, Janet Perlman is considered a master in animation filmmaking. she talks about her seemingly accidental journey to the artform, her three plus decades in the industry and how she pitched a folk song about Montreal as an idea for an NFB animated film.

Watch some of her films here:


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