New Farmer’s Market in Old Montreal this Spring!

A new farmer’s market opened up in Montreal’s Old Port called Marche des Eclusiers.  It is located at 400 de la Commune Street West.  It will be available to vendors every Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.  The closest metro is Square Victoria. The market will have vendors, restaurants, ca … Read more

Another EC TED-talk Event!

Today, EC Montreal’s Upper Intermediate class held a wonderful TED-talk event!  Seven students led by teachers Souha and Valerie, presented a topic that interests them or that they are passionate about. The students did a stellar job in presenting! Sebastian presented on black magic and offere … Read more

National Canadian Film Day 150 in Montreal!

On April 19, in honor of the country’s 150th anniversary, a special day called National Canadian Film Day 150 has been created. It is a massive one-day celebration that showcases the best of Canadiana film. On this day, great Canadian movies will become available online and will be screened at nearl … Read more

EC Montreal Chants “Go Habs Go”

The Montreal Canadiens, also known as the Habs, have made it to the Stanley Cup playoffs!  The city of Montreal is rejoicing!  It is such a magical time of year with the excitement of the hockey games and the warm spring weather! The Habs have been teamed up against the New York Rangers.  The Habs l … Read more

Easter Fun at EC Montreal!

Besides busying themselves with their English or French classes this week, our students at EC Montreal had a lot of extra activities on their plates, very pleasant activities, I might add. Starting early Tuesday morning students searched for the hidden eggs all around the school. Each egg contained … Read more

Cupcake Decorating at EC Montreal!

  As part of EC Montreal’s Gastronomy month, we held a cupcake decorating activity at the school.  These social activities are held during the afternoon and they are absolutely free!  The tables were set up with small cakes, frosting and a variety of sprinkles and Easter eggs. Students created … Read more