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  • Vignoble Riviere du Chene
    Oh Canada! The Lower Laurentians-Basses-Laurentides: Regional Delights
    The Three Laurentians: Lower, Heartland, UpperPart 1: The Lower Laurentians (Basses-Laurentides)By Stephanie LevinWarning! This is not a quiz. But if you’re not Canadian, or your geographical antenna isn’t pointed toward Quebec, the...
  • Cafe des Chats, North America's first cat cafe, opens in Montreal
    Cafe des Chats, North America's first cat cafe, opens in Montreal
    For cat lovers, being able to hang with your feline friends while enjoying the comforts of your favorite coffee shop might seem like the ultimate combo. Though it’s not the first of its kind worldwide, that particular dream is now a reality...
  • Does an internship make sense for you?
    Internships are they worth it?
    Internships are they worth it?Recently was involved on an online discussion about internships. In particular the kind that are unpaid. These are most common in more attractive industries such as magazines, fashion, and related media. However they...
  • FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup Canada 2014 (August 24)
    4 Canadians to make the calls in FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup Canada final
    Canadian referees Carol Anne Chénard, Marie-Josée Charbonneau, Suzanne Morisset and Michelle Pye will officiate the Championship Match today at the FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup Canada 2014.The tilt features Germany and Nigeria at Olympic...
  • Tesho Akindele named Player of the Week
    Footy Flashes: Women's U-20 final goes Sunday, Akindele MLS Player of the Week
    The eyes of the soccer world will be fixed on Canada this Sunday as the FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup Canada 2014 comes to a close when Nigeria takes on Germany in the championship game at Montreal's Olympic Stadium.The final will give host...
  • Sisters First, Rivals Second
    Blood Is Thicker Than Tennis
    In what could be considered one of their better matches, Venus and Serena Williams collided in the semifinals of the Coupe Rogers in Montreal. It was a clashing of two of the games greatest players and it was the first time these two ladies faced...
  • Focused On Winning
    Wait No More Montreal
    With a career spanning two decades, Venus Williams kept the. It's that host the Coupe Rogers at Stade Uniprix waiting as she finally made her debut in Montreal. One would think that Williams would have breezed through her Russian opponent,...
  • Osheaga 2014 takes over Montreal
    Osheaga 2014 takes over Montreal
    Green and yellow bracelets could be seen all around the city of Montreal this past weekend as thousands of festivalgoers (135,000 in total) flocked to Parc Jean-Drapeau for the sold-out Osheaga Music and Arts Festival. And with over 100 bands...
  • Divers/Cite celebrates 22nd birthday with a Montreal lovefest
    Divers/Cite celebrates 22nd birthday with a Montreal lovefest
    Everyone loves a parade – and especially in Montreal where a surfeit of summer festivals transforms the city into 24/7 open-air theatre. Packed with visitors from around the world, Place Jacques-Cartier marked the commencement of the samba...
  • Pantelis: Hercules Complex
    Pantelis: Montreal’s Greek comedy god
    Montreal’s reputation as a comedy hub is well-deserved. As the birthplace of “Just for Laughs,” arguably the world’s most prestigious comedy festival, the city fosters an endless stream of talent. While most have niche...
  • All politics is local
    All politics is local, or so they say
    The phrase: "All politics is local" is a common phrase in North American politics. The former Speaker of the U.S. House Tip O'Neill is most closely associated with this phrase. It is based on the thinking that a politician's...
  • Verdun Soccer Tournament
    The heart of a Montreal hero lies in the Southwest
    The Montreal skyline comes alive during the summer nights with an enormous amount of festivals, parades and celebrations such as, the Jazz Festival, Just for Laughs, Pride Parade and International Fireworks Competition. People come from all over...
  • Hangin’ with the Hipsters in Mile End, Montreal
    Hangin’ with the Hipsters in Mile End, Montreal
    It’s been about a decade since the trendy Mile End nabe started becoming gentrified, but during the last few years it’s become the absolute epitome of cool. Full warning: If your first reaction is a disdainful “I’ll pass...
  • Woman facing life in prison for trying to rescue seven ducklings from the road
    Woman facing life in prison for trying to rescue seven ducklings from the road
    Emma Czornohaj pulled over to the side of the road and parked her car when she spotted a family of ducklings trying to cross the road without their mother. Emma being an animal lover thought she was doing the right thing in trying to protect these...
  • Woman stopped for ducks Life sentence
    Woman stopped for ducks: Life sentence, Woman helped ducks but killed two people
    A woman who stopped her car on a busy highway to allow a family of ducks to cross has been sentenced to life in prison. The driver, 25-year-old Canadian woman Emma Czornobaj, stopped her vehicle on a Montreal-area highway in 2010 in order to...