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Autumn is Oyster Season in Canada

Do you like seafood? Are oysters common where you live? In Canada, peak oyster season happens in the fall. Last weekend, we saw some boxes of fresh oysters in the grocery store and decided to try preparing them for ourselves! more »

Posted in Canada, Culips Blog, culture, Montreal

Montreal’s Famous Bagels

Lots of places—whether cities, provinces, states, countries, or regions—have a food or foods that they’re famous for. Sometimes those foods are famous worldwide, like Japan’s sushi or Italy’s pasta. Sometimes they’re just famous within the country or region itself. To more »

Posted in Canada, culture, Montreal


I’ve noticed recently there seems to be more and more graffiti on buildings around downtown Montreal. Some people consider graffiti to be  street art and think it adds color and life to a city, making it more interesting.  But other more »

Posted in Arts, Montreal

Culips Team Holiday Party – Bowling

2010 was a busy year at Culips. We’ve been working hard at making the best ESL podcasts to help you, our listeners, learn English—improving your English listening comprehension and giving you tons of idioms to help you sound more natural more »

Posted in culture, Montreal

Dragon’s Beard Candy in Chinatown

Hi everybody! It’s summertime in the Northern Hemisphere and in Montreal that means that it’s time for all kinds of festivals and outdoor events like sidewalk sales. A sidewalk sale is a special event where all the stores and restaurants more »

Posted in Canada, Culips Blog, culture, Montreal, Travels


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