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  • Maisonneuve Market

    Designed by Marius Dufresne and completed in 1914, the five-story Maisonneuve Market is located in its namesake district. Although historically a d... More
  • Maria Guerrieri

    Travel agent Maria Guerrieri has helped Linden Travel develop into one of the most well-known travel agencies in New York. Located on Third Avenue ... More
  • Mark Hoyer

    More than 20 years of experience have provided Mark Hoyer with the know-how to guide travelers through the most beautiful places in the world. His ... More
  • Merridale Ciderworks

    Hike through the orchards of Merridale Ciderworks, seven miles south of Cowichan Bay. Rick Pipes and Janet Docherty make their cider from English a... More
  • MetroNaps

    Camping has its charms, but a wet tent and a hard mattress don't always add up to the pampered vacation you deserve. Don't you just wish you cou... More
  • Mile End

    This ethnic enclave filled with Hasidic, Portuguese, Italian, and Greek communities has been immortalized in the novels of Mordecai Richler, who gr... More
  • Ministry of the Interior

    This quirky gallery and boutique is known for its offbeat exhibitions and designer home furnishings. Launched in 2007, MOTI was one of the first up... More
  • Mission Hill Family Estate

    Mission Hill is one of the most impressive wineries anywhere—a reported $26 million investment by the owner of Mike's Hard Lemonade—set on a rise a... More
  • Mollie's Park

  • Monastiraki

    Eclectic Mile End space that's one part antiques shop and one part gallery. More
  • Montreal Biodome

    Explore the four biospheres here; the Atlantic puffin exhibit is a favorite. Admission: Adults: $16 adults; Seniors: $12; Kids 5–7: $8; Kids 2–4: $... More
  • Montreal Botanical Gardens

    Spread across 180 acres just a couple of miles east of downtown, the nearly 80-year-old botanical garden is brilliantly landscaped and full of ... More
  • Montreal Food Markets

    Explore and sample imported French goods and fresh Canadian products at these four public markets; More
  • Motherland

    At the forefront of Main Street's growing reputation as a design Mecca, this quirky Mount Pleasant clothing boutique stocks locally made art-house ... More
  • Musée de la Civilisation

    Known for its immense diversity, the Musée de la Civilisation (Museum of Civilization) combines permanent historic displays with rotating, interact... More

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