Travel and History

Travel and History

Evelyn Reid

Travel and History

Evelyn Reid

St. Joseph’s Oratory and The Miracle Man of Montreal

A pilgrimage site for Catholics in search of healing and support, Montreal’s Oratoire Saint-Joseph is one of the city’s leading attractions, a site where allegedly thousands of miracles have occurred in connection with a monk sainted by the Vatican.

Quebec’s Oddball Swear Words: A How-To

French swear words, as with swear words in general, typically make reference to bodily excretions, orificial waste, sexual acts, incest, wedlock-free conception, and sun-deprived body parts. But we like to do things a little differently in Quebec.

Orange Julep: Of Hot Dogs and Hot Rods

Montreal’s finest hot wheels and classic cars converge weekly at roadside diner the Orange Julep—the “Big Orange”—on Decarie Boulevard, a favorite landmark/eyesore among kids, their parents, their grandparents, and even their grandparent’s parents, a tradition going back generations that goes hand in hand with a mystery beverage suspiciously reminiscent of industrial hand soap.

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