Dates might change
City rally in Montréal
Saturday August 26th
During your first days, you never really know your new city. To make up for it, PolyExplore offers you a special rally:
Equipped with a list of questions and a pen, you’ll have to move around Montreal in teams. The teams with the most correct answers will get some prizes!
An awesome way to start your term in Montreal!
Whale watching cruise in Tadoussac
Saturday, September 2nd until Monday September 4th (included)
Time to go see some fin whales, blue whales and wales during an eventful weekend !
We’ll take advantage of the Labor Day weekend to go up to the Saguenay region, estuary of the Saint-Lawrence river and one of the whales’ most favorite regions.
Wednesday, September 6th
In the North American Tradition, a “5@7” is a happy hour. After a long day at work (5ish), colleagues, friends meet to spend 1 or 2 hours together while having a nice little drink.
If you haven’t got a chance to meet your “Polybuddy” mentor, you might get a chance to see him at this event, or simply meet other foreign students!
Saturday September 23th
Quebec produces a lot of beers and cider. And of course cider means apples. So, what’s better than going apple picking when the weather is sunny? Your belly won’t forget this for a long time!
Following one of Quebec’s most classical traditions, PolyExplore gives you the chance to explore one of the province’s orchard and to visit a cider factory as well, to learn more about the production of this divine nectar.
Hiking in Mont-Tremblant
Sunday, October 1st
Have you already visited Quebec in the Fall? Its wonderful sightseeing will leave you speechless!
Less than 2 hours away by car, Mont-Tremblant will bring outisde of Montreal and show you one of Quebec’s marvel, with typical forests featuring red and orange colors.
5@7 (Happy Hour)
Tuesday, October 24th
Now that you’re familiar with the concept of “5@7”, PolyExplore will give you a chance to discover a nice bar! And there’s a rumour that there’ll be prizes too!
Initiation to curling
Saturday, November 11th
Ok yeah, one may find this funny, yeah one may think it’s not a real sport, but one must nott forget that Canada is the country with the highest number of medals at the Olympic Games in this sport.
So join PolyExplore to discover the most amazing sport in the world… ’cause the beer stays cold!
Wine and cheese tasting
Wednesday, November 29th
Wine, cheese from Quebec, and nice people ; what else?
The target of the wine and cheese tasting, in French vins et fromages, is to enjoy the products of our province while mingling.