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Dollar Cinema brings The Interview to Montreal
The Interview will be released theatrically in Montreal after all. But the political farce, which depending on your point of view is either among the most hyped or the most controversial films in recent memory, won't be screened at one of the city's …
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Letters: World Juniors are impressive, but ticket prices are too high
I was shocked and embarrassed as I heard Montreal fans booing young American players during the shootout of the Finland vs. U.S.A. IIHF World Junior hockey game on Boxing Day. A wonderful way to send a strong message to 320 million good friends and …
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Montreal Impact Interested in Gilardino and Riquelme
Per a report by SBI Soccer, the Montreal Impact are interested in Italian international star Alberto Gilardino. They have reportedly made an offer for Gilardino to be their second designated player. There have also been rumors they are interested in …
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The Montreal Poutine Burrito You Can Have Delivered Right To Your Door
Last week we discovered the magical Mexico-Montreal food fusion that is the Poutine Burrito, which understandably made our mouths water. What we didn't know was that Montreal's burrito bike service Velo Burrito has been making their own poutine burrito …
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15 Things To Do In Montreal This Weekend

15 Things To Do In Montreal This Weekend
It is the holidays! We truly wish you all had a great time with your beloved family, you received great gifts and hopefully a bit of money, but now…it's time to spend it! Christmas times do not only mean family and hot chocolates, it also means …
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Freezing rain moves into Montreal, southwestern Quebec
Environment Canada has issued a freezing rain warning for the greater Montreal region, including Laval, Longueuil and Châteauguay. CBC Montreal weather forecast · Ottawa weather forecast. While the rain in southwestern Quebec is expected to turn to …
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Basketball team's underdog story made big waves
The Alternative United Pit Bulls — a GMAA Division 1 basketball team composed of players from several alternative schools in Montreal — had a great inaugural season last year. They made the playoffs, made the news and, most importantly, a number of …
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Fine dining: Lesley Chesterman's Best Dishes of 2014
At the end of every year, I cringe a little bit thinking that I've sampled about 500 restaurant dishes over 48 weeks of restaurant reviewing. And after every bite, came an opinion: was it perfectly seasoned, properly cooked, appealing in texture or the …
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Montreal Diary: At Mosaik, a decade of helping moms
Anwuli Nwajei, 28, came to Canada from Nigeria last March and said the centre has been instrumental in helping her settle in Montreal. While a neighbour looked after her twin infant daughters, she was able to take her 3-year-old son, David, to the …
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Carey Price leads Canadiens over surging Islanders
The message to the Montreal Canadiens after another sluggish first period was familiar, yet still effective. No, the Canadiens weren't starting their three-day Christmas break early. It just seemed that way. Carey Price held the fort while his …
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Catherine Keener made me laugh, and left a lasting impression
Blurry cellphone photo of Montreal Gazette film critic T'Cha Dunlevy taken by Catherine Keener during the Toronto International Film Festival. (She loved that his shorts matched the pillow.) Montreal Gazette. Share Adjust Comment Print. “I've learned …
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5 Montreal Restaurants To Eat And Party At To Kick Off 2015
Montreal's restaurant scene is world-renowned, so it only makes sense that some of the city's best eateries would be hosting several very special New Year's Eve eating experiences to ring in 2015. Don't fret, those looking for a party and a dinner will …
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12 faces of Montreal Christmas: Chanteuse
Each holiday season has its predictable sights and sounds but some are uniquely “Montreal.” Until Dec. 24, we explore the 12 faces of Montreal Christmas, looking at some of the people who play a role in making the holidays special in our city.
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Volunteers put shoulder to wheel for Moisson Montréal food drive

Volunteers put shoulder to wheel for Moisson Montréal food drive
About 300 volunteers assembled at the Moisson Montréal food bank on Saturday didn't have time to twiddle their thumbs. They sorted more than 72,000 kilograms of food donations that were collected in holiday food drives. They also were able to prepare …
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Montreal to pay Hudson's Bay 0000 in damages
Serge Tremblay, Montreal fire chief and head of emergency measures, shows the area of damage at a press conference in Montreal Saturday, August 25, 2007, to address the issue of cracks discovered in an underground tunnel at the Bay department store.
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'Santa cop' hands out 0 bills instead of tickets
“In the beginning, I did it a little like the way they did,” the Montreal police officer told 98.5 FM. “I looked for vehicles that were beaten up, those that had burnt-out lights, older cars. I'd intercept them for an infraction and then give them a …
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Live: Ottawa Senators take on Montreal Canadiens
Dec 20, 2014; Montreal, Quebec, CAN; Montreal Canadiens defenseman Nathan Beaulieu (28) is checked into the boards by Ottawa Senators right wing Alex Chiasson (90) during the first period at Bell Centre. Mandatory Credit: Jean-Yves Ahern-USA …
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Montreal Canadiens honour ex-captain Saku Koivu: 'I will always be a Hab in my
“Bonjour mes amis de Montreal (hello my Montreal friends),” he began in French before switching to English to acknowledge another former captain, Jean Beliveau, who died Dec. 2 and who was the subject of a sombre pre-game ceremony only last week.
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Montreal Says “Fvck It” And Will Show “The Interview” Anyways
Sony and all known major cinemas have complied, and The Interview has been all but removed from any screen, but that may not be the case in Montreal. One Montrealer refuses to give in to the demands of terrorists and has set up a screening of The …
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Luka Magnotta trial jury deliberations: What's taking so long?
With the jury deliberations in the Luka Magnotta murder trial entering the sixth day, it's not clear whether jurors are taking their time parsing the complexities of determining whether the 32-year-old was in his right mind when he killed university …
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