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  1. NDP gets temporary reprieve on satellite offices billRead the original story w/Photo

    59 min ago | Edmonton Journal

    MONTREAL, QUE.: MARCH 14, 2014 -- NDP office in the building at 4428 Blvd. St-Laurent in Montreal Friday March 14, 2014. ORG XMIT: 49453-4374 ORG XMIT: POS1403141625212809 A group of NDP MPs has been given a brief reprieve on the $2.7-million debt a House of Commons board says it owes toward the cost of staffing party satellite offices in Quebec.

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  2. Videotron Announces Creation of MAtv Citizen Advisory CommitteeRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Market Wire

    In response to a Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission decision issued in February 2015, Videotron announced today that it created the MAtv Citizen Advisory Committee on March 15, 2015, as directed by the CRTC. Videotron has formed a committee in the image of the Greater Montreal area.

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  3. Release of Cascades' 2015 First Quarter Financial Results and...Read the original story

    3 hrs ago | Canada NewsWire

    Moreover, the Corporation invites you to its Annual General Meeting of Shareholders to be held on the same day, at 11:00 a.m. EDT, at Cinema Excentris, 3536 Saint-Laurent Blvd. in Montreal, Quebec. Like the first quarter conference call, the Annual General Meeting will be broadcasted live on the Internet.

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  4. Media advisory - Canada Steamship Lines Unveils Today New Cargo Ship at the Port of MontrealRead the original story

    12 hrs ago | Canada NewsWire

    The Trillium Class vessel is named after the St. Lawrence River. She is an environmentally-advanced Canadian Great Lakes bulk carrier ideally suited for carrying grain and agri products, and will frequently be discharging at St. Lawrence River ports.

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  5. Protesters march against planned cuts to women's healthRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | CTV

    Protesters again marched through Montreal's streets Tuesday night, this time to speak out against planned cuts to women's health. Thousands of protesters gathered at 8:30 at Parc Lahaie at the corner of St-Laurent and Saint-Joseph Blvds, then headed west along St. Joseph before winding through the Plateau and Mile End.

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  6. Protest downtown against Bill 20 and cuts to women's healthRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | CJAD

    Groups took part in a protest against Bill 20 and its effects on women's health Thousands of protesters marched through the streets of downtown Montreal Tuesday night to denounce planned cuts to women's health. The march began at 8:30 P.M. at Parc Lahaie at the corner of St-Laurent and Saint-Joseph Blvds.

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  7. What to Do on a Weekend in Montreal Outside the Gay Village: TRAVELRead the original story

    Tuesday | Towleroad

    Montreal's Gay Village has boys, booze, and clubs open past dawn. But if you want to start your mornings with legendary Montreal bagels and end your night at a lo-fi electro dance party before drifting home, spend a weekend in Montreal's Mile End.

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  8. Designer Bread Bags - Artist Chloe Wise Has Created This Series of...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Trend Hunter Magazine

    Chloe Wise is a dynamic Canadian artist who is currently displaying a delectable take on high fashion at Montreal's Division Gallery. The series, titled 'Pissing, Shmoozing, and Looking Away,' is a carbohydrate-heavy recreation of some of fashion's most recognizable iconic purses from the likes of Louis Vuitton, Prada and Gucci.

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  9. Cruise ship stops in Ogdensburg hit potential snag over port securityRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 29 | Watertown Daily Times

    The docking location for a 210-passenger luxury cruise ship scheduled to visit the city several times from May to October has been tentatively switched from the Dobisky Visitors Center to the Port of Ogdensburg to satisfy security requirements of the U.S. Coast Guard. Ogdensburg Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Laura A. Pearson said the shift in location means passengers aboard the MS Saint Laurent will have to be bused from the Port of Ogdensburg to the Dobisky Visitors Center after departing the ship.

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  10. Target's Canadian stores to be closed by mid-AprilRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 29 | CJAD

    A court-appointed monitor overseeing the windup of the Target Canada stores says all 133 locations across the country will be permanently shut down by "as early as mid-April," which is about a month ahead of schedule. 17 stores closed in the middle of March.

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  11. /R E P E a T -- Media Advisory - Canada Steamship Lines Unveils New...Read the original story

    Friday Mar 27 | Canada NewsWire

    The Trillium Class vessel is named after the St. Lawrence River. She is an environmentally-advanced Canadian Great Lakes bulk carrier ideally suited for carrying grain and agri products, and will frequently be discharging at St. Lawrence River ports.

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  12. RAW: Jardin Tiki owner Danny Chan reflects on 29 years in businessRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 28 | CBC News

    CBC's Emily Brass spoke to one would-be shopper about the disappointing way the electronics company notified its employees it was shutting down. Montreal filmmaker Francois Girard's releases his newest film Boychoir, Verdun hosts a Maple syrup festival and Montreal heavy-metal bands face off at Katacombes.

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  13. Robot battles come to MontrealRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 27 | CBC News

    Montreal filmmaker Francois Girard's releases his newest film Boychoir, Verdun hosts a Maple syrup festival and Montreal heavy-metal bands face off at Katacombes. Suanne Stein Day, head of the Lester B. Pearson School Board, shares her concerns about the cuts to education in the provincial budget.

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  14. Montreal weekend: What's on March 27-29Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 27 | CBC News

    Montreal filmmaker Francois Girard's releases his newest film Boychoir, Verdun hosts a Maple syrup festival and Montreal heavy-metal bands face off at Katacombes. Montreal filmmaker Francois Girard's releases his newest film Boychoir, Verdun hosts a Maple syrup festival and Montreal heavy-metal bands face off at Katacombes.

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  15. Media Advisory - Canada Steamship Lines Unveils New Cargo Ship at the Port of MontrealRead the original story

    Friday Mar 27 | Canada NewsWire

    The Trillium Class vessel is named after the St. Lawrence River. She is an environmentally-advanced Canadian Great Lakes bulk carrier ideally suited for carrying grain and agri products, and will frequently be discharging at St. Lawrence River ports.

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  16. Police looking for missing Dorval teenRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | CJAD

    Police are asking for the public's help in location a teen who's been missing for almost two weeks. Police and her family believe she may be in the St. Laurent borough.

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  17. Thousands of students protest cuts in night demonstrationRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | The McGill Daily

    An estimated 3,000 people, most of them students, took to the streets of downtown Montreal on March 24, with nearly 50,000 students on strike this week against the provincial Liberal government's austerity measures. Police attempted numerous maneuvers to repress the demonstration, and although the protesters escaped kettling, the event resulted in four arrests: two for armed assault and two for mischief.

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  18. Alexis Nihon Target store to shut down FridayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | CJAD

    The American discount retailer announced in January that it was shutting down its 133 Canadian stores, a little over a year after announcing it was entering the Canadian market with much fanfare. The store at Alexis Nihon Plaza will shut down Friday after a two-month liquidation sale.

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  19. Volunteers carry out first Homelessness SurveyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | CJAD

    About 1,000 volunteers took to the streets of Montreal Tuesday night to talk to those who have nowhere else to go. In collaboration with several groups, the iCount MTL 2015 head count of the homeless is designed to get more accurate and up to date statistics to better serve the homeless population.

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  20. Join Us In Toronto And Montreal For An Early April MeetupRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | TechCrunch

    We've finalized the meetups in Montreal and Toronto and we want to see you there. We originally announced the Montreal meetup a few days ago and now we have all the details.

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