Centre Canadien d'Architecture
Montréal International Language Centre
Tailor-made language courses at this offshoot of LaSalle University.
Cock ‘n Bull Pub
This weird joint is part dive bar, part Irish pub and all good times for students and low-rent party seekers. Located on a semi-seedy...
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Lonely Planet review
A must for architecture fans, this center is equal parts museum and research institute. The building incorporates the Shaughnessy House , a 19th-century gray limestone treasure. Highlights in this section include the conservatory and an ornate sitting room with intricate woodwork and a massive stone fireplace. There’s also a busy, well-stocked bookstore. The exhibition galleries focus on remarkable architectural works of both local and international scope, with a particular focus on urban design. The CCA’s sculpture garden is located on a grassy lot overlooking south Montréal.