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Qatar abandons effort to move UN air agency from Montreal
The spirits of Canadian politicians were soaring Friday with news that the country's only UN agency, the International Civil Aviation Organization, will not be flying the coop.
Wed May 22, 2013
Mistango Announces Final Infill Drill Results at Omega
Kirkland Lake, Ontario May 22, 2013: Mistango River Resources Inc. wishes to announce results from the last eight infill definition drill holes completed in the potential open pit area of the Omega Gold Deposit.
Mon May 20, 2013
Globe and Mail
'I don't have a Plan B': Chloe Robichaud on her ambition to be a successful filmmaker
ChloA© Robichaud is a petite young woman with big black glasses that match her hair, who described herself as a "a bit of a geek" at a Telefilm panel for Canadian filmmakers at Cannes - but there's no mistaking the size of her ambition.
Sat May 18, 2013
Inuit DH8C near Baie-Comeau on May 14th 2013, smoke in cockpit
An Air Inuit de Havilland Dash 8-300, registration C-GRAI performing flight 3H-833 from Schefferville,QC to Quebec,QC with 18 passengers and 3 crew, was enroute at FL220 about 50nm southwest of Baie-Comeau,QC when the crew noticed light smoke in the cockpit and a burning odour, declared emergency and diverted to Baie-Comeau for a safe landing.
Thu May 16, 2013
Sydney Star Observer
Friday is IDAHO - the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia. In Australia we will be acknowledging the day against bi-phobia, intersex-phobia and trans*-phobia . IDAHOBIT was started in 2004 to commemorate the World Health Organisation's decision to remove homosexuality from its list of mental disorders in 1990.
Wed May 08, 2013
The London Free Press
School asks 11-year-old Quebec girl to remove Senators jersey
Meet 11-year-old Keila Penner. She's a Senators fan, living in Montreal in a family of Senators fans.
Mon May 06, 2013
Language wars rage in Quebec
The Canadian province of Quebec has seen a resurgence of its bitter language wars since Francophone nationalists returned to power last year.
Walter's catalogue photographer now an award winner
Montreal Walter Surface Technologies Canada, a supplier of surface treatment technologies, has announced that Montreal-based photographer Claude-Simon Langlois has won the 2013 Applied Arts Award in the Corporate Photography category for his outstanding images of the innovative metalworking and finishing disc products in action as featured in the ... (more)
Reflets du progres
Le progres se reflete dans les vitres d'un immeuble au parc Roland Beaudin a Ste-foy, Quebec.
Fri Apr 26, 2013
Residential schools commission hears from tearful federal MP
A member of Parliament has tearfully testified during a truth and reconciliation hearing about the damage he suffered in an Indian Residential School.
Thu Apr 25, 2013
Watch Colin Stetson's Eerie 'Among the Sef' Video
SPIN noted recently that Bon Iver bandmember and solo saxophonist Colin Stetson tends to repeat the following story while performing live: "There's this whale that lives in the Atlantic," he says.