19. Get a poutine at La Banquise... at 4am
Open 24 hours, you can get one of La Banquise's famous poutines anytime, but it's during the wee hours of the morn that you get to eat with that extra-special slice of society of partiers, foodies, and weird night owls.
20. Shake off the cold by dancing at Igloofest
Nothing says “the winter won't hold me down” like grooving in a neon-colored, full snowsuit at Igloofest, because even in -30, the city doesn't stop partying.
21. Catch a play/production at the annual St-Ambroise Fringe Festival
From musicals to comedies to burlesque and everything in between, Montreal's version of the Fringe Festival has a show for you, even if you're not a “theatre type.”
22. Join in on one of the inevitable outdoor rallies after the Habs win a round in the playoffs
... Or lose. There will still be one.