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Canada holidays: Montreal is a city of music and melody
Music is the soul of Montreal. This cultural centre is home to an incredible 106 festivals every year, including the music festival M For Montreal, which champions local up-and-coming artists.
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Quebec construction strike creates obstacles for home buyers
As the province-wide construction strike enters its third day, Quebecers are dealing with the consequences of projects large and small being left at a standstill.
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The Winnipeg Free Press
Hidden no more
Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies photo Men under guard at the Cave and Basin internment camp, where Parks Canada opens a new exhibit building on Thursday.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
Christian Science Monitor
Corruption, drugs, profanity: Mayors pull lid off 'boring' Canada
Canada , North America's friendly and reasonable northern neighbor is often seen as the United States' more sensible counterpart.
On the Set of Riddick - Part 1
"You know how long I've been talking about this. You know how many press junkets I've been at talking about 'Riddick,' and we're actually on set here shooting a 'Riddick' that's better than all expectations, better than anything we anticipated, and we're here nine years later and it's surreal."
The Globe and Mail
Could high-rises be built of wood?
What we're doing now is putting some effort into this renaissance in wood,' said Conroy Lum, research leader for structural performance at FPInnovations, seen here holding a block of cross-laminated timber.
Ecotech Quebec (Montreal) and ACTION (New England) Unite to Push the...
Montreal, QC, and Fall River, MA - June 18, 2013 Ecotech Quebec and ACTION announced today a formal collaboration to encourage business and research partnerships between the cleantech sectors of the New England region , and Quebec .
Petite-Patrie fire forces a dozen people from their homes
Fire crews are trying to find the cause of a fire in the Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie district this morning that forced a dozen people from their homes.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Condos expected to be ready on July 1 could be stalled by strike
New-home buyers could be left temporarily stranded if a strike that's paralyzed construction sites across Quebec delays the completion of units expected to be delivered by Montreal's popular July 1 moving day, developers warned Monday.
Quebec white-collar workers angry with cuts
Quebec City mayor Regis Labeaume says he doesn't believe services to residents will be affected by job cuts.
The Chronicle Herald
EDITORIAL: Mayors behaving badly
Michael Applebaum speaks to reporters in Montreal in November after he was elected interim mayor of Montreal.
The Globe and Mail
Montreal's Top 5 fashion boutiques
Festivals, nightlife, bagels: There are many reasons to travel to Montreal. But one of the best may be to find inspiration - and tomorrow's signature piece - in the city's unique boutiques.
Construction strike halts major projects in Quebec
A general strike began at midnight after unions and the association that represents construction employers were unable to reach an agreement over the weekend.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
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Hawkins Participate in the Kentucky Export Initiative Trade & Business Mission to Canada
Linda J. Hawkins, owner of Heart to Heart Publishing Inc., was recently invited to participate in the Kentucky Export Initiative' Trade and Business Mission to Canada.
The Globe and Mail
A tempest over an indictment of the National Theatre School of Canada
That's the fear expressed in an independent assessment of the Montreal-based school commissioned by the federal government two years ago - and which landed in a semi-censored, access-to-information form on my desk recently in an envelope accompanied by an anonymous letter asking me to look into it.
Montreal police arrest trio in alleged plot to strike at armoured cars
Three men in their 60s face charges after police cracked an alleged plan to rob at least one armoured truck and had to destroy a possible bomb found in a Montreal apartment.
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Communauto launches Auto-mobile : First 100% electric one-way carsharing pilot project in Canada
MONTREAL, June 16, 2013 /CNW Telbec/ -Today,Communauto inaugurated on Le Plateau-Mont-Royal borough, the first 100% electric one-way carsharing service in Canada.
Father died in historic workplace tragedy
It was the day her father, John Riddell, died in one of the worst workplace tragedies in Montreal history, the explosion of the tanker Cymbeline while it was being repaired at the Canadian Vickers Co.
Beach season hits Ottawa, Gatineau with a splash
Eleven of 12 beaches in the Ottawa-Gatineau region are open, including Petrie Island in Orleans, for the inaugural weekend of the 2013 summer season.
The Montreal Gazette
Kitchen supply store firebombed in St-Laurent
Another business in Ville St-Laurent was the target of arson early Saturday morning - this time a kitchen supply store, EntrepA t Cuisine, on CA te Vertu Blvd., near Beaulac.