Montreal After Dark
Concordia University/CBC series explores Montreal's stories after sundown
MTL After Dark is a collaboration between the Department of Journalism at Concordia University and CBC Montreal.
Undergraduate students and graduate-diploma students in a graduate-level multimedia course found and produced original stories on the theme of Montreal after dark.
Working in small teams, they spent the winter semester developing their stories in text, audio, video, photography, infographics and maps.
Explore their work below:
By Matthew Civico and Minaz Kerawala
What does it take to make a baguette before breakfast? A night of mixing, kneading, rolling and baking, all conducted like a symphony by a baker who began learning the craft as a child.
By Hélène Bauer, Marie Brière de La Hosseraye, Joséphine de Lambilly and Anson McCuaig
An inside look at graffiti artists who are painting the walls of Montreal.
By Diandra D'Alessio,Thomas Dumont, Brayden Jagger Haines and Christopher Scott
In a historically rich city like Montreal, the past is much more present than you might realize.
By Emily Lee, Christopher Ross and Jaimie Roussos
Montreal is a vibrant city, and that doesn't change when the sun goes down, especially when it comes to cuisine.
By Chanel Jacques, Shaun Michaud, Paul Molpeceres and Arian Zarrinkoub
In the chaos and fun-filled environment of some of the city's busiest streets, bouncers can be the unsung heroes of the night. Dominic Peters is one of them, but in many ways he stands out. Security guard by day, bouncer by night, he commands respect.