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  • Baadeck Yarns

    A jumbled, items-spilling-off-of-shelves knitting store. More
  • Bar Plan B

    Though Montreal after dark used to mean La Calèche du Sexe and other such red-light joints downtown, the city’s nightlife is now centered around ba... More
  • Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival

    The largest professional Shakespeare festival in Western Canada, Bard on the Beach was founded by artistic director Christopher Gaze in 1990. Every... More
  • Basilique-Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Québec

    Rising from a bustling plaza in the center of Upper Town, this impressive cathedral belongs to the oldest parish in North America. Rebuilt twice si... More
  • Bayshore Bike Rentals

    Located just two blocks from the park entrance, this West End rental shop gears up sightseers for two wheeled adventures through the trails of Stan... More
  • BC Place Stadium

    From sporting events to summer festivals, this year-round, open-air facility touts the biggest cable-supported retractable roof in the world. Origi... More
  • Belgo Building

    Set on an otherwise unappealing stretch of Rue Sainte-Catherine, the industrial-looking Belgo Building is an inauspicious hub for the city’s contem... More
  • Benjo

    Benjo is an innovative children’s toy store in the lively Saint-Roch neighborhood. Located directly across from L’Église Saint-Roch and with a gree... More
  • Bike Along the Canal de Lachine

    Montreal has great bike trails throughout the city and along the water. The best of them is the one that follows the Lachine Canal for about nine m... More
  • Bíly Kun

    The kooky sister establishment to bar Plan B, Bily Kun hangs mounted ostrich heads along its 20-foot-high walls by way of decoration. The look is r... More
  • BIXI

    In May 2009, the city launched North America’s largest public bike-share program, rolling out 3,000 bikes at 400 docksa round the city available 24... More
  • Black Sheep Gallery

    The Black Sheep Gallery was a former fish plant in West Jeddore that now sells folk and outsider art. More
  • Blank

    Quebec’s answer to American Apparel—a source for eco-friendly basics like perfectly fitting tees and baby-soft hoodies, all made in the province. More
  • Boutique Andy Thê-Anh

    The Vietnam-born Andy Thê-Anh may be Quebec’s best women’s fashion designer—he’s certainly the city’s most polished. Down the stairs of his whitewa... More
  • Boutique aux Mémoires

    Boutique aux Mémoires is a Lower Town antiques store for both the serious collector and those who are curious about Quebec’s decorative past. Since... More
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