Here is your chance to meet some celebrities and their look alike here in Montreal!

  • Here is your chance to meet some celebrities …or at least their look alike here in Montreal!

The Nutcracker Market is now open!

|| Free entrance ||

Do your kids wish to see youthful Clara, the jolly Sugar Plum Fairy or the dashing Nutcracker Prince himself ?

Take advantage of your visit at the Nutcracker Market to meet some of the professional dancers of Les Grands Ballets Canadiens in full Holiday costume !

They will be ready to mix and mingle with fans at the Market with the King of Sweets today from 5 PM to 7 PM and this Saturday from 12 PM to 2 PM to sign autographs and take photos with the public at the JURA Quebec – QC booth!


The 10th edition of the Nutcracker Market is running at Palais des Congres de Montreal, from November 28th to December 8th 2019

Over 100 exhibitors will come together in the shopping mall to offer a wide range of goods and give you a head start on your holiday celebrations. Products include culinary delights, home decor, jewellery and accessories, children’s clothes and toys, beauty and wellness, and lots more!

Ten percent of exhibitors proceeds will go towards funding the Grands Ballets Nutcracker Fund every year, allowing 2,800 sick and underprivileged children to attend a free performance of The Nutcracker and 1,500 of them to take part in educational workshops, all while providing invaluable support for the annual refresh of the shows sets and costumes.

For more information:

| Opening Hours |

Monday to Wednesday, 11 A.M. to 6 P.M.

Thursday and Friday, 11 A.M. to 8 P.M.

Saturday and Sunday, 11 A.M. to 6 P.M.

Photo : Sasha Onyshchenko



Lexson Mathieu and Dress to Kill shopping event!

Ready to start shopping for the Holidays?

Are you a boxing fan?

Do you wish to meet Canada’s rising boxing star #LexsonMathieu «The Next» just before his up-coming match at the Centre Bell next Dec 7th?

Today between 6 and 9 pm , Dress to Kill’s new boutique : Le Magasin General, situated at Quartier DIX30 #LeBlok, will proudly welcome Lexson Mathieu and his fans for a unique shopping experience !

The young Canadian boxing prodigy will be present in the store’s Men’s section at which guests are encouraged to not only meet Mathieu, but to discover recent collections and products from local Canadian designers.

As one of the most popular boxers in Canada right now, this middleweight boxer has an immaculate record (7-0 and 6 K-Os). Nicknamed “The Next One“, Mathieu will be the star of the next Eye of the Tiger Management Gala (EOATM) on December 7th at the Bell Centre.

Dress to Kill Le Magasin is located at 9415 Boulevard Leduc, Suite 5, in the newly opened Le Blok, parallel to L’avenue des Lumieres near the Alt Hotel, at QuartierDix30.

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Chef Ricardo Larrivee joins the cast at Montreal’s Grevin museum

On November 26th , none other than local celebrity chef Ricardo Larrivee had the privilege of unveiling his new statue (dressed in his iconic blue shirt) at the Montreal Grevin museum and joining the ranks of beloved celebrities on display such as David Bowie, Charles Aznavour, Celine Dion, Lady Gaga, John Lennon, Charlie Chaplin and Dominique Michel.

The jury quickly expressed its unanimous enthusiasm for choosing Ricardo,” says Marc Laurendeau, president of the Academie Grevin Montreal. “This prodigious cook and communicator, trained at the best schools in our country, shines in Quebec, across Canada and in several countries. A well-deserved notoriety that had to be consecrated. »

Visitors can admire over 120 well known personalities clothed in detailed or original costumes and placed in surroundings that best represented their life’s work.

Guests can also partake in hand wax molding experiences of try the new 4D sleigh ride inspired by the beloved children’s tale La Guerre des Tuques ˜ just in time for the Holiday winter season !

The museum is located inside the Montreal Eaton Centre, part of the Underground City complex.

For more information on opening hours and admission prices, please visit their main website at :