Decibel's Sweeney Todd to Make World Premiere in French in Montreal, Oct 28-Nov 8
After many successful Broadway productions, a big screen adaptation and over 40 awards worldwide, the highly-praised musical thriller Sweeney Todd will play in one of Canada's greatest venue: Le Capitole de Que?bec.
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Wednesday Mar 5
Twelve arrested in Outaouais drug sweep
The alleged ringleaders of a major drug-trafficking organization were among 12 people arrested Wednesday at the end of a 17-month police investigation in the Outaouais.
Wednesday Mar 5
Truro Daily News
Canada Post apologizes for anti-gay flyer being delivered
Canada Post vehicles sit outside a sorting depot in the Ville St-Laurent borough of Montreal, in a June 6, 2011 photo.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
March at Coach House Books Includes the AWP Conference, Sina Queyras and More
Can you feel it, coming in the air ? No, it's not weeks and weeks of more terrible weather .
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Quebec adds more than 2,000 new daycare spots in Montreal
Quebec Family Minister Nicole Leger announced Monday an additional 2,281 spots to the Centre de la Petite Enfance daycare program in the Montreal region.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Melting Tropics in Montreal
Matthieu Rytz has mounted photos on blocks of ice to highlight the global impact of climate change though the stories of two island nations in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
The Montreal Gazette
Downtown Mourelatos to shut down Friday
The entrance to the Mourelatos Supermarket, at 1621 Ste-Catherine St. W., which will be closing down, photographed in Montreal on Wednesday, February 26, 2014.
Sat Feb 22, 2014
B&B and beyond, Casa Bianca, Montreal
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Fri Feb 21, 2014
Ottawa-Orl ans Liberal nomination race shaping up to be a very 'high profile' affair
Ottawa-Orlans Liberal nomination race shaping up to be a very 'high profile' affair By Fred Sherwin Orlans Online In the arena of party politics, riding nomination races don't normally receive much attention beyond a few headlines in the local community newspaper.
Montreal businessman Elio Pagliarulo charged with extortion
Elio Pagliarulo, the former owner of Patisserie Pagel, testifies at the Charbonneau Commission Monday October 29, 2012 that he "was being framed by Paolo Catania."
Wed Feb 19, 2014
Judge to decide if man can be tried in brutal death of woman
A judge will determine if a 38-year-old Montreal man is fit to stand trial on a charge of second degree murder in the random and brutal beating death of a 67-year-old woman last summer downtown.
Tue Feb 11, 2014
Charest has fond memories of Charlie Bury
During a stop in Paris on a recent business trip, former Quebec premier Jean Charest took some time to reminisce about Charlie Bury.
Mon Feb 10, 2014
The Montreal Gazette
Midday:Bixi's on the block; Tory voting law illegal?
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Suspect arrested in weekend stabbing death
A 31-year-old man will soon make a court appearance in connection with the stabbing death of a man in downtown Montreal early Sunday morning.
The McGill Daily
Feminist art collective puts the writing on the wall
The artists in the OFFmuralES collective are referred to in this article by their chosen street art names: Harpy, Lilycuciole, Stela, and Zola.
Sun Feb 09, 2014
AMT stores snow in parking lots to save money
The AMT urges drivers to be courteous and respect markings, especially during winter, so as many people as possible can use park-and-ride lots.
Man dead in downtown Montreal after overnight stabbing
Montreal police are investigating the homicide of a 48-year-old man who was found in an alley near St-Laurent Metro station.