Which city is the coolest in Canada?
Ottawa is home to Ottawa Senators owner and CEO Jim Bell, and Montreal Canadiens owner Geoff Molson.
They have both been honoured for their contributions to the city over the years.
But both are in the running for the coolest city in Canada.
Ottawa is best known for the Ottawa Senators, who play there every day, and for their hockey franchise, the Ottawa Hockey Club.
Ottawa also has its own unique culture, with many bars and restaurants offering their best-in-class cuisine and great local brews.
But Montreal has the Montreal Canadiens, the NHL’s oldest and most famous franchise, who have won three Stanley Cups in the last decade and the Presidents’ Trophy in 2010.
Montreal is home of the Olympic Games, the World Cup of Hockey, and the NHL All-Star Game.
The city is also home to the International Olympic Committee, whose headquarters are located in the city.
Montrealers love its diverse and vibrant neighbourhoods.
Here are some of our favourites: The Old Town of Ottawa The Old Montreal is the most famous neighbourhood in the heart of the city, with historic architecture and a vibrant nightlife.
In addition to its famous landmark Old Town Hall, the Old Montreal has several other buildings including the Canadian Museum of History, the National War Museum, the Montreal History Museum and the National Museum of Science and Technology.
You’ll find plenty of places to hang out, whether it’s dancing on the patio, drinking beers or catching up on a book.
The Old Quebec Market, a historic market in the centre of the Old Town, hosts many of the region’s best food and drinks.
There’s also the popular Le Boulangerie de la Grande et d’Or, which offers French-style food and wine, as well as a variety of other specialties.
The Montreal Convention Centre, home to Montreal’s International Olympic Training Centre, is also a popular hangout spot.
The Place de la Concorde, which was built in 1849 and remains in use, is an outdoor amphitheatre, featuring performances by artists and other performers.
The Grand Parc, the largest building in the area, has a rooftop garden and has become a popular destination for summer concerts and events.
The Canadian Museum, which houses exhibits on Canadian history and culture, also boasts a wide selection of exhibits.
Other highlights include the Bibliothèque Nationale des Beaux-Arts, the Museum of Contemporary Art and the Museum de la Bibliotheque.
In the city’s Old Town there are also a number of restaurants, bars, bars and coffee shops.
The St-Laurent neighbourhood is home the iconic Dupont Place, which is the tallest building in Montreal and is a major attraction in the downtown core.
Located in the east end, Dupont is also known as St-Léonard Street, as in the French for “The Saint”.
The Dupont Square is a popular shopping and dining area, and has many of Montreal’s most popular eateries and boutiques, including Le Cordon Bleu, the famed St-Paul’s Jazz Club and the legendary La Cie, a popular French-Canadian club.
The City of Ottawa, a sprawling, sprawling, giant city with the Canadian capital at its heart, is home from October to April, with the most popular tourist seasons being in April, May and June.
During the warmer months, Montrealers flock to the iconic Parc des Princes to enjoy the city in its most romantic and romantic light.
The Parc de l’Église has a collection of over 1,500 works by some of Montreals greatest artists, including Paul Gauguin, François Truffaut and Georges Seurat.
The main street in Montreal’s Old Quarter is known for its colourful street art, and it’s one of the most lively neighbourhoods in the whole of Montreal.
Montreal’s St.-Michel neighbourhood is famous for its famous restaurants and bars, such as The Dining Room, the restaurant of choice for locals and tourists alike.
The best time to visit the St.
Michel is between September and November, when the weather turns cool and the temperatures drop, as the warmer days mean the air gets much drier and more windy.
If you want to have a little bit of everything in your city, then you should head to the downtown area of Montreal, the heart and soul of the Canadian Capital Region.
Montreal has its fair share of restaurants and bar outlets.
The legendary Chateau Laurier is one of Montreal ‘s oldest and largest homes, and its owners are a true family.
They are responsible for the legendary Les Bienfonds restaurant and are the most successful restaurateurs in the region.
The most popular restaurants in Montreal are: L’Atelier du Montréal, which opened in the early 1970s, is a boutique restaurant chain with a wide range of wines, spirits and cocktails.
It’s located in a neighbourhood called St-Pierre-des-Ormeaux, just outside of Montreal city