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From souvenirs to collector's items

Its imposing silver dome has made Marché Bonsecours a new symbol of modernism in Old Montréal. A sparkling gem in Québec's heritage, the Marché has a contemporary interior design that includes a shopping concourse to explore.

High-end boutiques give visitors an opportunity to discover Québécois, Canadian and aboriginal artwork, clothing and furniture by Québec designers as well as contemporary jewelry designs. This special intermeshing of various cultures contributes to Marché Bonsecours’s fame. The boutiques are accessible from rue St-Paul.


It's yours to discover!





When time comes to buy a beautiful object, an original design or a special gift, Marché Bonsecours and its boutiques is the best place to shop for something that was designed and made here.
 
BOUTIQUES
 

Anne de Shalla

Opened in Bonsecours Market (Old Montreal) in 1998, formerly known as Diffusion Griff'3000, Boutique ANNE de SHALLE has undergone a complete makeover. With a reduced square footage and a streamlined selection of Québécois fashion designers, the loft-like space sells haut de gamme lines, including Anne de Shalla's own creations.

(514) 398-0761

www.annedeshalla.com

 


 
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Lily Ka

Ethic and Unique

Boutique Lily Ka is the perfect destination for Quebec Fashion lovers!

Originality, aesthetic, comfort, and quality are tight together in every pieces of clothing, jewellery, or accessory. One of a kind: a style that composes with colors, textures, and transparencies. Flattering cuts and fine lines locally created and specifically to valorise the woman you are.

Website : www.lilyka.ca
Emaill : info@lilyka.ca
Telephone : 514-508-3616
Fax: 514-508-3617



 

 
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La joaillerie Jules Perrier (art jeweller)

Founded in 1956 and managed by Jules Perrier, La joaillerie Jules Perrier is an ever growing business concern thanks to the quality and distinctive style of its collection. Jules Perrier is a trademark known by customers from across Canada and around the world who appreciate high-quality workmanship and original designs.

Email : info@julesperrier.com
Website : julesperrier.com

(514) 875-5818

 

La joaillerie Jules Perrier

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La boutique de maroquinerie fine Serge Ricchi (fine leather goods)

Email : serge.ricchi@sympatico.ca

La boutique de maroquinerie fine Serge Ricchi is a genuine treasure chest. Laugh off the rain with Marie Villeneuve's fanciful umbrellas and Jean-Michel Cropsal's raincoats; discover leather's third dimension with Guy Lévesque's sculptures, Jean Vernet's colourful leather creations, Rosie Godbout's bomber jackets and woven fabrics … and last but not least, Serge Ricchi's legendary bags.

(514) 393-1532






 
 
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Meubles d'autrefois M.B. (yestertime furniture)

www.yestertimefurniture.com

The largest collection in North America of authentically hand-crafted reproductions of 18th century French Canadian furniture. Exports all over the world. The boutique also features a remarkable selection of souvenir items made by 27 renowned Québec artisans: decoys, traditional clothing, moccasins and a wide variety of maple products.

(514) 875-4511

 
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Red Canoe

Men's apparel store inspired by Canadian heritage. Authentic local creations for outdoor enthusiast and downtown adventure alike.

Red Canoe goods are rooted in the simplicity of the past. They reflect our passion to perpetuate the ideals and stories of those who inspire us.

Tel: 514-508-3617
Website: www.redcanoebrands.com
Email: redcanoe@videotron.ca

 

 
 
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Boutique Arts en mouvement


A hideaway of enchanting treasures and handcrafted gems, Arts en Mouvement is the ultimate place to lose yourself in the charm of skilful craftsmanship. Browse through a garden of delightful wares, mystical articles, and quirky pieces. If you want to treat yourself to something lovely, add character to your décor, or need to find the ideal gift, you simply must take the time to visit Arts en Mouvement; you'll be glad you did...


(514) 875-9717

 
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Nature et découverte

For the collector ― quirky objects, jewellery, masks, butterflies and insects, gems and stones…


(514) 868-9992

 

Nature et découverte
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Temps libre

  • Clothing combining style and confort for a casual lifestyle.
  • Clothing resisting to wear and tear and passing trends.
  • Clothing that will become your must-keeps.

Tel. : (514) 393-1545
Fax : (514) 651-3859
tempslibre@videotron.ca





 

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Hatley

Brand new and vibrant, a new family boutique at Marché Bonsecours: HATLEY.

We offer an extensive children’s line, joyful and colorful; a comfy sleepwear for the whole family; and also humoristic gifts and accessories for the house or for everyday.

Hatley is also a family story. Based in the Eastern Townships, a talented family mom created a series of popular paintings depicting farmyard animals. Later on, her 3 sons adapted her drawings and developed fun, well designed, nature-inspired apparel for the family.

Come and have a look yourself!

Contact
Phone : 514-798-6755
Email : hatleymontreal@videotron.ca
Open every day





 


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La Galerie Art et Antiquités MEDIUS (art & antiques)

Email : anna.mediaboom@videotron.ca
or anne.artmedius@bellnet.ca

Art et Antiquités Medius is an ambassador of Canadian culture through paintings; we share the cultural wealth of this land. With a representative collection of this unique culture, we are known for our uncommon selection of Inuit, aboriginal and Québec art.

We also offer some objects of European origin: collections of paintings from the 17th, 18th and 19th century and antique furniture from the 18th and 19th century.

Director: Anna Chelchowska
Paintings: Inuit, aboriginal and Canadian art paintings

Tel. : (514) 876-3737
Fax : (514) 876-8944

 

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Galerie Ricchi - Art Inuit

The gallery presents a wonderful collection of Inuit sculptures of Baffin Island, Nunavut.

Universally recognized artists (Parr, Ashoona Atchealak, Shaa ...), a magnificent stone (serpentine). Topics of inspiration northern Canada.

We will welcome you and do our best to satisfy you.

(514) 393-1532

 

 


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Galerie 11 Nations

 
Artist : Frank Polson, Algonquine

11 Nations Cultural Space


Contemporary Aboriginal Art
Paintings, sculptures, jewelry

Our mission is to expose Aboriginal artists through the production of cultural events that induces professional development on the contemporary art scene. 

Without a platform, an artist is not heard or seen….…   he does not exist an artist is sustainable ……. if he can sell his work

www.11nations.com

info@11nations.com

514-875-2772



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Le Café des Arts

Cafe/restaurant

The MAM Gallery is an exhibition space dedicated to contemporary
artists established in Canada. The gallery takes pride in encouraging
innovative artwork that showcases vibrant Canadian talent to the
visitors of Marché Bonsecours.

Tel. : (514) 439-5353

Websites www.cafedesarts.ca

 

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RESTAURANTS
 
 

Sushi Ya

In the heart of Old Montréal, come and experience Japanese gastronomy in a hearty and welcoming ambiance with impeccable service. The chef will make you discover his authentic, exceptional and unforgettable sushis.

One try will convince you.

(514) 315-7472

 

Sushi Ya

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Le Café des Arts

Cafe/restaurant

The Café des Arts is an inviting venue where you can enjoy contemporary
Canadian art while sipping a cup of our fairtrade coffee, eating one of
our freshly prepared meals, or savouring a delicious homemade French
pastry.

Tel. : (514) 439-5353

Websites www.cafedesarts.ca

 

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Le Cabaret du Roy

Website : www.oyez.ca
Email : lecabaretduroy@oyez.ca

The Cabaret du Roy, Gold medalist at the Grands Prix du Tourisme du Québec (2003), is a theme restaurant which takes you back in 1705, in the heart of Nouvelle-France's colony.
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Meet and exchange with colourful characters living in Montréal in the 18th century: King's daughter, trapper, peasant nobility, etc.

In a picturesque décor, taste the best products that rural Québec has to offer. From breakfast to gastronomic dinner and sugar shack fare in the spring time, the Cabaret du Roy brings old French Canadian traditions back to life.

Put the Cabaret du Roy on the list of your cultural visits. Gastronomy, history and entertainment: the best of Old Montréal.

(514) 907-9000

 

Le Cabaret du Roy



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