Sunny forecast brings eclipse watchers

Monday’s forecast of sunny skies and mild weather is bringing people to Quebec to see the eclipse in totality.

24Hres suggests the best places in town to see the eclipse – which means they’re likely to be stampeded.

Time Out suggests where to get free eclipse glasses. 24Hres has some suggestions although not necessarily free. There have been warnings of fake eclipse glasses in circulation.

The Journal and the Gazette look back to the last total eclipse that passed over Montreal – in 1932.

La Presse has grouped its eclipse stories on one page. It also mentions that it’s forbidden to stop on the highway to watch.

Le Devoir has a map and other features. It’s certainly somewhat annoying that the line of totality bisects the island of Montreal.

This brief video explains what else we may be able to see in the dark sky during totality.

Do you have plans for the eclipse?