Funny Ladies at She’s Canadian, Eh!

If ever there was a doubt in your mind that women are funny (a-HEM, Adam Carolla), please allow me to introduce Exhibit A into evidence: the She’s Canadian, Eh! comedy festival. Spearheaded by local comic Eman El-Husseini, this year’s festival — its second edition — will feature comedians DeAnne Smith, Christina Walkinshaw, Heidi Foss and Stephanie Tolev, among others.

Monday, July 23

Angry about the fence that went up along the train tracks between de Gaspé and Henri Julien, in the Champ des Possibles? The Collective for Level Crossings is holding a protest to push CP to let you cross its property legally. 5 p.m.

Do you speak Klingon? Own a pair of pointy, rubber ears? Then don’t miss out on the one-night-only Star Trek: The Next Generation: 25th Anniversary Event. Two fully restored episodes will be shown on the big screen, along with interviews and behind-the-scenes docs. Cinéma Scotia Banque (977 Ste-Catherine W.), 7:30 p.m., $12.95

NYC art-punks Liars perform with support from Montreal’s own Cadence Weapon. La Sala Rossa (4848 St-Laurent), 8 p.m., $15

See foul-mouthed comedian Amy Schumer’s Slaughterhouse show, part of Just for Laughs’ Zoofest programming. Katacombes (1635 St-Laurent), 9 p.m., $19

See  the new documentary about “cyber-terrorists” Anonymous, We Are Legion: The Story of the Hacktivists, at the Fantasia festival. Hall Theatre (1455 de Maisonneuve W.), 10 p.m., $9/$10