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Shipwright Inn

par Guide GQ le 7 April 2014

The Award-Winning 5 Star Shipwright Inn B&B, located in Olde Charlottetown, PEI, “The Gentle Island”, has been rated as the “Best Bed and Breakfast on Prince Edward Island” and one of the “Top Ten B and B’s” in Canada by Frommer’s Travel Guides and is AAA/CAA 3 Diamond approved. We offer warm, Island hospitality and […]

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Lobster on the Warf – HOW WE BEGAN

par Guide GQ le 7 April 2014

Lobster on the Wharf, is a seafood restaurant and market, and is committed to providing a quality product. Lobster on the Wharf has been “the place for lobster” in Charlottetown since 1981. But there was a lobster pound on this site for many years before that. Gordon MacKinnon operated a business under his name for 17 […]

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The Montréal Stars to conclude their regular season with Olympian players

par Guide GQ le 10 March 2014

The Montréal Stars will conclude their 2013-14 regular season by presenting two special games this coming weekend. They will play their rivals and defending Clarkson Cup Champions, the Boston Blades. Olympians Caroline Ouellette and Julie Chu will wear the Stars colours on the ice, while Catherine Ward, Charline Labonté and Lauriane Rougeau will attend the game. A record-breaking attendance is expected on Saturday.

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QUEEN + Adam Lambert on July 14 at the Bell Centre in Montréal

par Guide GQ le 7 March 2014

Queen + Adam Lambert will reign over a highly anticipated North American summer tour starting at the United Center in Chicago on Thursday, June 19. Brian May, Roger Taylor + Adam Lambert will come together for the first time in New York, Los Angeles, Toronto, Dallas and Montreal. The 19-date tour wraps Monday, July 21 in Washington, DC at the Merriweather Post Pavilion, their only outdoor summer concert. The tour is presented by Live Nation.Queen + Adam Lambert received glowing reviews for their performance together at the iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas last September, triggering a conversation between Adam, Roger and Brian to take the show on the road. Rolling Stone said, “Lambert astounded the audience on songs like ‘We Will Rock You’ and the closing ‘We Are The Champions’ and ‘Crazy Little Thing Called Love’. It was the most anticipated act of the night.” Billboard claimed, “…Queen effectively stole the show, with timeless songs that music fans of all genres can sing along to” and the Hollywood Reporter exclaimed, “Adam Lambert, Queen bring down the iHeart house. With the perfect mix of rock attitude mixed with style, theatricality, sex appeal and impressive vocal gymnastics, [Lambert] took the band’s music to new heights.”

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The Montréal Stars to conclude their regular season with Olympian players

par Guide GQ le 7 March 2014

The Montréal Stars will conclude their 2013-14 regular season by presenting two special games this coming weekend. They will play their rivals and defending Clarkson Cup Champions, the Boston Blades. Olympians Caroline Ouellette and Julie Chu will wear the Stars colours on the ice, while Catherine Ward, Charline Labonté and Lauriane Rougeau will attend the game. A record-breaking attendance is expected on Saturday.

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Charles Edenshaw at the National Gallery of Canada

par Guide GQ le 5 March 2014

Charles Edenshaw was recognized in his time as an outstanding Haida artist and remains an iconic figure in Northwest Coast art. Working in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries (1829-1920), he was an exceptional carver of wood, silver and argillite, combining traditional Haida design with an innovative and elegant personal style, and raising Northwest Coast art to new heights of sophistication.

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Andrew Edward Moncrief: Images of the male figure

par Guide GQ le 4 March 2014

Gay, young, this Montréal artist is very hot. The new kid to watch, in the art world. His exhibition starts Saturday, March 7th, at La Petite Mort in Ottawa.

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Tanya Davis – THE BEAT OF WAVES, THE FLUIDITY OF WINDS

par Guide GQ le 3 March 2014

The beat of the waves and the fluidity of the Island winds have shaped the work of one of Canada’s leading poets, Tanya Davis. Heralding from Summerside, Prince Edward Island, the land and coastal culture has shaped her career, art and the rhythm of her spoken word.

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Fondation Émergence launches a campaign to demystify same-sex parenting

par Guide GQ le 3 March 2014

Today Fondation Émergence is unveiling the visual component of its 2014 campaign to fight homophobia. Through this campaign, the organization will demystify same-sex parenting in order to reduce prejudice towards children growing up in families with same-sex parents. The official launch of the campaign will take place at 5 p.m. tonight at Pride House (Maison de la Fierté), located at 1641 Amherst Street in Montreal.

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10th Fetish Weekend returns to Gouverneurs

par Guide GQ le 2 March 2014

Hôtel des Gouverneurs returns as the official host hotel of the 2014 10th Anniversary Edition of the Montréal Fetish Weekend. Double rooms start at $135 per night (up to 4 people per room) with superior, junior executive and full executive suites also available. Enjoy in-hotel fetish lounge hospitality suite, workshops, after-parties and, yes, even an […]

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