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"21.02.2017 19:32:46" montrealgazette.com Canadiens acquire Lowe from Hurricanes for Samuelsson The Montreal Canadiens have acquired Keegan Lowe from the Carolina Hurricanes for Philip Samuelsson in a swap of minor-league defencemen. Lowe is the son of Hall of Fame defenceman Kevin Lowe, while Samuelsson's father is former NHL defenceman and current Checkers coach Ulf Samuelsson.
"21.02.2017 19:15:13" montrealgazette.com Language flap: Probe won't directly target Justin Trudeau What happens when you file a federal language complaint? Here are some answers. The federal investigators looking into complaints that the prime minister didn't answer questions in the official language in which they were asked won't be asking the prime minister for an explanation.
"21.02.2017 19:01:41" news.nationalpost.com Stuffed, and still feeling good about it These stuffed peppers have a homey, old-world appeal but with a healthful update that makes them an even better fit on today's table Stuffed, and still feeling good about it. #life
"21.02.2017 18:41:44" montrealgazette.com Ottawa 2017 gives away free gas in Montreal as councillors debate climate change Ottawa 2017 party planners were giving away free gas in Montreal on Tuesday as politicians back home questioned if the City of Ottawa is doing enough to fight climate change. The party planners expected to buy $5,000 to $6,000 worth of gas for 150 motorists.
"21.02.2017 18:32:08" Hockey Inside/Out There is starting to be a sense of urgency because there are teams closing in on the Canadiens in the standings.
"21.02.2017 18:30:14" montrealgazette.com Canadian dietitians say gas, bloat among most common digestive woes Feeling gassy? Bloated? You're not alone, according to Dietitians of Canada. You're not alone...
"21.02.2017 18:27:16" montrealgazette.com Former Charbonneau Commission lawyer Sonia LeBel joins CAQ Sonia LeBel says she is becoming deputy chief of staff to Coalition Leader Francois Legault to keep alive the work of the commission. She says it is far too early to say whether she'll run in 2018.
"21.02.2017 18:17:07" Hockey Inside/Out Wonder why Pat Hickey got so heated? Check the link for the (hilarious) moment from last week's Hockey Inside/Out show: http://gph.to/2m8SVO2
"21.02.2017 18:01:57" news.nationalpost.com Craft brewing industry hopping Whatever quenches your thirst, craft brewers in Regina are offering beer selections to please the palate Saskatchewan's craft beer industry is hopping. #travel
"21.02.2017 17:23:23" National Post Music Watch The Elwins in the National Post music studio.
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"21.02.2017 17:15:25" Montreal Gazette's cover photo A photo taken by Dario Ayala of downtown Montreal as seen from the Tour des Canadiens in 2016.
"21.02.2017 17:02:16" news.nationalpost.com 'Aristocratic, almost aphrodisiacal' 'As a Frenchman, I can attest that tasting Kampot pepper is like making love. Once you start, you can't stop' How Cambodia's 'perfect pepper' is conquering the world's taste buds. #life
"21.02.2017 16:58:50" montrealgazette.com Quebec creates task force to keep businesses in the province "It's not a protectionist measure at all," Couillard says. "It's just there to guarantee that people, who still have the total freedom to sell their business if they want, are presented with an alt… This is unique to Quebec, the department of finance says.
"21.02.2017 16:57:50" montrealgazette.com Saputo ups offer for shares of Australia's Warrnambool Montreal-based Saputo has increased its offer to buy minority shares in an Australian dairy company it acquired in 2014. Saputo controls 88.11 per cent of Warrnambool.
"21.02.2017 16:55:35" montrealgazette.com Parents of man killed in 2015 kidnapping fear justice not being served The Chinese parents of a man who was abducted and killed in North Vancouver two years ago fear that justice may not be served when their son's killer appears in court Tuesday for sentencing. Sun is particularly upset that the killer of his son — who arrived in Vancouver at age 15 to attend high school after they agreed Canada was a safe country — is only facing a manslaughter charge after being told originally that the charge would be first
"21.02.2017 16:01:59" news.nationalpost.com Get a taste of the glitz and glam of Los Angeles Jim Byers: I've been given a tough assignment by the tourism folks in Los Angeles; tour the city and eat at places that even A-list celebs have... Get a taste of the glitz and glam of Los Angeles. #travel
"21.02.2017 15:53:25" Is OPEC still a thing? Today, OPEC produces 33 million barrels but the world consumes 97 million barrels every day.
"21.02.2017 15:50:31" montrealgazette.com Greece calls on Germany to ease budget demands Greece's government has called on Germany to drop what it described as "irrational" budget demands in the country's bailout program, a day after Greece and its European creditors agreed to resume talks on new reforms. Spokesman Dimitris Tzanakopoulos on Tuesday noted the eurozone finance ministers had made progress at their meeting this week on Greece's bailout.
"21.02.2017 15:26:58" montrealgazette.com CIA analyst resigns post because he 'cannot in good faith' serve under President Donald Trump "Despite working proudly for Republican and Democratic presidents, I reluctantly concluded that I cannot in good faith serve this administration as an intelligence professional" “Despite working proudly for Republican and Democratic presidents, I reluctantly concluded that I cannot in good faith serve this administration as an intelligence professional,” Edward Price writes in an opinion piece for the Washington Post published
"21.02.2017 14:49:57" montrealgazette.com Michelin Guide misguided as local cafe gets star in error BOURGES, France - It's a case of culinary mistaken identity. The Michelin Guide has accidently awarded one of its coveted stars to a lowly cafe.
"21.02.2017 14:44:33" montrealgazette.com 'Mind-boggling' trove of historic papers in Maryland reveals the tortuous paths out of slavery The manumission deeds tell haunting, pre-Civil War details: a 6-year-old slave, Pheby Ann Tyler, was bought by her father, John, of Washington, for $70 The antique documents were tied up by a ribbon and kept in an old safe for years, first in the general stores that Danny Dyer's family ran in Accokeek, Maryland, and later in his house nearby.
"21.02.2017 14:43:36" montrealgazette.com Why we celebrate Black History Month Canadians groaned, along with the rest of the world, as Donald Trump confounded expert analysts and conventional wisdom to snatch the U.S. presidency from Hillary Clinton. How far has Canada gone in inclusiveness of people of colour in the political arena?
"21.02.2017 14:29:09" montrealgazette.com Opinion: Ottawa should leave health care to the provinces The federal government spends 50% more on health care than it did 10 years ago. Do you have easier access to a doctor? On this question of provincial autonomy, the holdouts are right to hope for more.
"21.02.2017 14:23:24" montrealgazette.com Parent of Tim Hortons to buy Popeyes restaurant chain Restaurant Brands International says it will pay US$1.8 billion cash to buy the Popeyes chain of chicken restaurants in a friendly deal. Restaurant Brands International has more than 20,000 restaurants in more than 100 countries.
"21.02.2017 13:32:39" montrealgazette.com Police set up command post for clues in Tabagie Frontenac shooting The Montreal police will set up a mobile command post Tuesday morning as it looks for a robbery and attempted murder suspect. Police are hoping to gather more information that could lead to an arrest.
"21.02.2017 12:41:07" montrealgazette.com While you were sleeping: Sweetly superior snow-clearers Also: No, really, Vendome's getting elevators, Trudeau's so sorry, and oops, those 'anger isusesh' made me do it It's all here: The elevation of Vendôme, snow-clearing in the suburbs, Trudeau's sorry, and getting a grip on those 'anger issuesh'
"21.02.2017 11:31:39" montrealgazette.com Canadiens at N.Y. Rangers, 7 p.m.: Five things you should know The Rangers will provide a stern test when they host the Habs Tuesday night at Madison Square Garden, where they have won 5 straight games. The Canadiens travel to New York to play the Rangers tonight.
"21.02.2017 11:31:00" montrealgazette.com Man could face hate-crime charges after Montreal mosque vandalized A 26-year-old man is in police custody and may face hate crime charges after an Ontario St. mosque was vandalized early Tuesday. The windows of the mosque were broken before dawn.
"21.02.2017 11:10:00" Timeline Photos Montreal this morning: Another mild one. Today's photo was posted on Instagram by @picture_kills_time. http://wp.me/p4Uzqt-42Iq
"21.02.2017 03:00:00" montrealgazette.com Plane carrying 5 people crashes into Australian shopping mall The twin-engine Beechcraft Super King Air crashed about 45 minutes before the Direct Factory Outlet mall in suburban Essendon was to open. A light plane carrying five people crashed into a shopping mall on Tuesday in the city of Melbourne, officials said.
"21.02.2017 02:47:48" montrealgazette.com Amir Khadir seeks stay of deportation for Iranian woman Mirmahaleh says her husband was executed by the Iranian government and she was imprisoned in the 1980s for advocating for the rights of women and children. Quebec politician Amir Khadir is calling upon federal government to grant protection to Iranian dissident.
"21.02.2017 01:35:58" montrealgazette.com UK lawmakers debate downgrading Trump visit, protests intensify In a passionate debate that's unlikely to change the British government's position, Trump was labeled a misogynist, a bigot and a “petulant child” by opposition legislators. Thousands of protesters against U.S. President Donald Trump rallied outside Britain's Parliament on Monday, while lawmakers inside urged the government to rescind its offer to the president of a state visit stamped with pomp, pageantry and royal approval.
"21.02.2017 01:07:06" Timeline Photos L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon: It better be good, you've invested millions in it. http://bit.ly/2lAtcAg
"21.02.2017 00:14:45" montrealgazette.com New refugee centre at Lacolle to deal with influx from U.S. With a sharp rise in the number of refugee claimants illegally entering Canada through unguarded points like Roxham Road, the RCMP and Canada Border Services Agency had decided to hold a special da… The top three source countries for illegal entries processed at Lacolle are Burundi, Sudan and Eritrea.
"20.02.2017 23:14:58" montrealgazette.com Regulate reward programs, CAQ tells government Simon Jolin-Barrette said he will table a bill at the National Assembly this week that would forbid companies running reward programs from making changes, such as forcing the expiry of points or reducing their value. The company that runs the Air Miles loyalty reward program should not be allowed to make unfair and unilateral changes to the program's terms and conditions, said the Coalition Avenir Québec on Monday.
"20.02.2017 22:42:06" montrealgazette.com L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon: It better be good, you've invested millions in it Are we having another Roger Taillibert/Big O moment, this time at the Montreal Casino? Normand Laprise, Martin Picard, Jérôme Ferrer, David McMillan, Frédéric Morin and Antonio Park are all great local chefs who make Montreal a foodie destination, yet none of them have ever been given a reported $11 million of taxpayers' money to open a
"20.02.2017 22:17:04" montrealgazette.com Opinion: Declaring Montreal a sanctuary city is an expensive mistake Welcoming illegal immigrants to use municipal and, the city hopes, provincial services will create pressures on existing resources. U de M law prof Matthew P. Harrington says Montreal's heart may be in the right place, but the city doesn't seem to realize what it's in for. He says a look at the U.S. experience with illegal immigration provides an indication.
"20.02.2017 21:46:35" montrealgazette.com Fashion designer wants to unite Montrealers with a tee Simon Chang wants all Montrealers to sport upbeat T-shirts to help celebrate the city's 375th birthday. Chang's plan involves donning upbeat T-shirts that would highlight our cultural diversity and show tourists and newcomers how inclusive this city really can be.
"20.02.2017 20:51:04" montrealgazette.com Alex Galchenyuk yet to prove he merits Canadiens' No. 1 centre spot Michel Therrien isn't the only coach who doesn't think the 23-year-old deserves spot on top line. New Canadiens coach Claude Julien put Galchenyuk back in the No. 1 centre spot between Max Pacioretty and Alexander Radulov for Saturday's game against the Winnipeg Jets, but Galchenyuk only lasted two periods there in a 3-1 loss.
"20.02.2017 20:44:09" montrealgazette.com Montreal council passes sanctuary motion; migrant rights' groups call it symbolic The designation means undocumented refugees will have full access to local services regardless of their status The designation means undocumented refugees will have full access to local services regardless of their status.
"20.02.2017 20:24:59" montrealgazette.com Alouettes give D-back Johnson one-year deal, extended running back Rutley two years MONTREAL - The Montreal Alouettes extended the contracts of running back Brandon Rutley and defensive back Jovon Johnson on Monday.
"20.02.2017 20:19:53" montrealgazette.com Opinion: Canada shouldn't throw NAFTA partner Mexico under the Trump bus Rather than insisting it's not a culprit under archaic views of trade balances, Canada should stand firm on open trade, international rules. McGill prof Krzysztof J. Pelc explains why the balance of trade is not about national "winners" and "losers," and why it would be short-sighted to renegotiate NAFTA bilaterally with the Americans.
"20.02.2017 20:16:20" montrealgazette.com STM unveils plans for $76.5-million expansion of Vendôme métro station Montreal's transit authority says it plans to start work this fall on a second entrance to the Vendôme métro station — this one with elevators — that will connect the subway stop and the nearby MUH… It will take two years to complete the $76.5-million project, which will include a tunnel between the station and the hospital.
"20.02.2017 19:50:44" montrealgazette.com Opinion: Rights of native-born shouldn't trump those of immigrants Do those who dictate that immigrants must change their ways truly know why, or is the behaviour simply based on the fear of the unknown? Gwyneth Edwards takes issue with "birthright" thinking, which, she says, underlies some of the current debates in the United States and Canada.
"20.02.2017 19:47:07" montrealgazette.com Montreal Impact fullback Ambroise Oyongo back after Africa Cup of Nations win ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - It's been a whirlwind two weeks for Montreal Impact fullback Ambroise Oyongo since helping Cameroon beat Egypt and win the Africa Cup of Nations. After the comeback win Feb. 5 in Gabon, the celebrations back home involved a state reception by Cameroon president Paul Biya and a tour of the capital Yaounde to show off the trophy. Oyongo and the other players also received medals from the president.
"20.02.2017 19:24:05" montrealgazette.com Justin Trudeau expresses 'sincere regret' for not answering in English At a January town hall meeting in Sherbrooke, Trudeau refused to answer half-a-dozen questions in English. “Canada is a bilingual country, and as such, I recognize that I should have answered questions in the language they were asked, be it in Quebec or anywhere else in Canada,” Trudeau wrote in a Feb. 14 letter to the Quebec Community Groups Network, which
"20.02.2017 18:55:49" hockeyinsideout.com Canadiens Notebook: Claude Julien runs fast-paced Monday practice in Brossard The Canadiens were back on the ice at 11 a.m. Monday morning in Brossard for a very, very fast-paced practice under new head coach Claude Julien. The Canadiens headed to New York after the practice and will face the Rangers Tuesday night (7 p.m., SNE, RDS, TSN Radio 690).
"20.02.2017 18:33:44" montrealgazette.com Trucks can't swim, but each year they try The first sign of spring is not crocuses or robins, but a news photo of a pickup truck half-sunk in a lake. The sun's angle is much higher now, which means more energy is reaching each square metre of our region's surface. The sun's maximum height on Dec. 21 was only 21.2 degrees above the horizon, while now it is 34 degrees high at noon.
"20.02.2017 18:19:17" montrealgazette.com Former Canadian labour leader Bob White dies at 81 Bob White, one of the giants of the Canadian labour movement, has died at age 81. Unifor president Jerry Dias praised his contribution to the labour movement, tweeting, “Bob White's legacy is a stronger and more equitable Canada, and a labour movement that stands up for Canadian workers.”
"20.02.2017 18:05:43" montrealgazette.com Snow removal in Little Burgundy is abysmal, residents say When the city of Montreal announced that it would cancel a snow-removal contract in the Sud-Ouest borough, Paul Gott and his neighbours on Coursol St. The city's executive committee chairman, Pierre Desrochers, says the situation in the Sud-Ouest borough “is totally unacceptable.”
"20.02.2017 17:14:40" montrealgazette.com A father's emotional open letter about teen drug overdoses in Kanata In light of the recent death of popular Kanata teenager Chloe Kotval from an apparent drug overdose, and warnings from Ottawa police and Ottawa Public Health about counterfeit prescription drugs they suspect have been the cause of “recent life-threatening "Sadly in most cases today rock bottom is a slab at the morgue."
"20.02.2017 16:58:16" montrealgazette.com Trump wigs in big demand for Austrian carnival-goers Just about everyone wants to be Donald Trump this Carnival season in Austria. The blond wigs are so popular that costume rental shops are quickly running out of stock.
"20.02.2017 16:54:47" montrealgazette.com Fuller: Things go better with cold This is what I want to ask the current February thaw: What's a nice season like spring doing in a place like winter? Not everybody appreciates a respite from the winter cold, it seems. From Saskatoon, which also has been experiencing a thaw, Cam Fuller weighs in. What do you think?
"20.02.2017 16:44:57" montrealgazette.com Do something nice and you might get $125 Virtue may well be its own reward, but over the next few days, it might also net you $125. Financial services company iA Groupe financier has decided to celebrate its 125th anniversary by g… You never know who might be watching.
"20.02.2017 16:26:32" montrealgazette.com Nelson: Canadians blindsided by Trudeau's sunny ways The problem with these so-called sunny ways that our prime minister is supposed to epitomize is they can easily blind you to the truth. A vast number of Canadians – both supporters and opponents – can't grasp that the Grit leader is a tough, smart and callous politician, Chris Nelson writes.
"20.02.2017 16:19:32" montrealgazette.com Cuthand: Once more, the colonial past catches up to us Once again the sins of the past have come back to bite Canadians where it hurts, the chequebook. This week an Ontario Superior Court judge made a landmark ruling on the so-called Sixties Scoop. "The big scoop that started in the '60s when the boarding schools were winding down is another colonial tragedy in which the children were on the front lines," Doug Cuthand writes.
"20.02.2017 16:17:34" montrealgazette.com How the cookie fortune crumbles: Dare family embroiled in lawsuit over company's fate Dare Foods started off as a cookie and candy manufacturer in Kitchener, Ontario. Now Carolyn Dare is suing her brothers over her piece of the massive manufacturer's pie A trial that begins next week in Toronto threatens to either break up this confectionery dynasty or cripple it with debt.
"20.02.2017 16:09:30" montrealgazette.com Daphne Bramham: Rick Peterson believes policy matters in Tory leadership race In normal times, Rick Peterson would seem to have all the right credentials for a potential Conservative Party leader. Conservative leadership candidate Rick Peterson is focusing on policy. Rick who?
"20.02.2017 15:20:56" montrealgazette.com Worker falls four metres from scaffolding at Université de Montréal A construction worker in his 30s is being treated for injuries to his face, shoulder and ribs after falling four meters from a scaffolding. The incident is under investigation by the province's work health safety board.
"20.02.2017 15:02:43" montrealgazette.com The politics of fine dining: Arrival of celebrated French chef stirs pot in Montreal Some Quebec chefs and the opposition Parti Quebecois say the reported $11-million spent to help Robuchon open in Montreal is an extravagance… Was it a wise decision for the Quebec government to spend $11 million to help a celebrated French chef open a 56-seat restaurant in Montreal?
"20.02.2017 14:59:41" montrealgazette.com Montreal ranks 23rd in congestion, over Toronto, Vancouver: report Canada's top congested big cities were Montreal in 23rd place, 38th-ranked Toronto, and 76th-ranked Vancouver. We're No. 23! Montreal climbing up on L.A. as world's most congested city.
"20.02.2017 13:54:49" montrealgazette.com Student society moves to impeach 'Punch a Zionist' McGill student Punch a Zionist today. Nearly two weeks after a student politician posted those four words to social media, the McGill University campus remains divided about the blurring lines between fre… What do you think McGill should do with SSMU rep who encouraged people on social media to "punch a Zionist today."
"20.02.2017 13:47:40" montrealgazette.com Quebec Maple farmers face steep foreign competition, internal revolt Quebec, the world's largest producer of maple syrup, is ramping up output as it fends off rising competition from the U.S. and neighbouring provinces as well as a farmer rebellion from within. Quebec Maple syrup producers once made up 80 per cent of the global market. Now, their dominance has slipped.
"20.02.2017 12:56:49" montrealgazette.com Quebec City Muslim community to get cemetary Quebec City's Muslim community will finally have its own cemetery, Radio-Canada reported Sunday. About 70 members of the Centre culturel islamique de Québec, which had been the site of a murde… The purchase, still to be finalized, ends a search that had been under way for years before the attack.
"20.02.2017 12:52:00" montrealgazette.com Montreal this morning: Here comes the sun A quick look at the day ahead. It will be sunny, and it won't be cold.
"20.02.2017 02:47:25" montrealgazette.com Father fatally runs over four-year-old daughter in St-Boniface A father carrying hay in his vehicle fatally ran over his four-year-old daughter, the Sûreté du Québec said Sunday. He suffered from severe shock afterward.
"20.02.2017 02:23:38" montrealgazette.com Two Tory MPs call on Ottawa to stop illegal Canada-U.S. border crossings wo Conservative MPs are calling on the federal government to act to stop the flow of people illegally crossing the United States border into Canada. “The government must respond to this situation in a way that keeps Canadians safe."
"20.02.2017 02:06:45" montrealgazette.com Golf Capsules: Johnson earns No. 1 ranking at Genesis Open Johnson went to No. 1 in the world with a world-class performance at Riviera. Johnson became the 20th player to reach No. 1 since the world ranking began in 1986, ending Jason Day's 47-week stay at the top.
"20.02.2017 01:49:13" montrealgazette.com Kingsbury earns back-to-back World Cup moguls wins Quebec's Mikael Kingsbury continues to rule the World Cup moguls circuit. The 24-year-old from Deux-Montagnes captured his second freestyle World Cup gold medal of the weekend on Sunday. He is a lock to win the Crystal Globe as the top moguls athlete, but is also in great position to earn the Big Crystal Globe awarded to the best freestyle athlete across all disciplines.
"20.02.2017 00:21:38" montrealgazette.com Allison Hanes: Offering sanctuary in dangerous times As Montreal looks at designating itself a "sanctuary city," some historical context. Montreal and Canada have a long track record of harbouring the desperate, dating back centuries.
"20.02.2017 00:10:35" montrealgazette.com Groups say Montreal must go beyond words to become a "Sanctuary City" As city council prepares to vote on Monday on a motion declaring Montreal a "sanctuary city," several community groups concerned with the fate of undocumented immigrants are warning that mere words… “What we've learned is that motions are often really symbolic and they don't result in tangible changes in people's lives,” Jaggi Singh, an organizer with Solidarity Across Borders, said on Sunday.
"19.02.2017 23:55:08" montrealgazette.com Jack Todd: Pop a pill, folks, Habs will be fine With apologies to Terry Mosher and René Lévesque, it's time for everybody to take a Valium. Relax, people. The Canadiens are going to right the ship and win the Atlantic Division.
"19.02.2017 23:47:24" montrealgazette.com Quebec athlete's Olympic dreams among the victims of U.S. travel restrictions Even in the safety and welcoming embrace of Canada, politics have placed an unexpected hurdle in Syrian-born Mohamad Alsabbagh's path to the 2020 Olympics as United States border control agents hav… Like other Muslim athletes in Canada, Alsabbagh may be blocked from competing in the United States for the foreseeable future.
"19.02.2017 23:12:17" montrealgazette.com Unions decry budget cuts in wake of Quebec health reform An analysis of budgets at health facilities shows deeps cuts of nearly $194 million, union leaders said Sunday. The cuts are hurting workers and patients services, said Jeff Begley, president of the 130,000-strong Fédération de la santé et des services sociaux (FSSS-CSN).
"19.02.2017 22:38:47" montrealgazette.com Watch Brian Mulroney serenade Donald Trump with When Irish Eyes Are Smiling at Mar-a-Lago club A video posted on social media shows the former PM singing at a fundraising event. He had been sitting with his longtime Florida neighbours, Donald and Melania Trump “Mr. President, I hope this doesn't fracture U.S.-Canada relations for decades,” Mulroney quipped in Saturday's video shortly before he started singing.
"19.02.2017 21:21:00" montrealgazette.com Stu Cowan: Canadiens can't score — even in a practice shootout David Desharnais, of all people, ended up winning the competition at Bell Centre public practice. The Canadiens simply can't score and they showed it again Sunday morning when they held a shootout competition at the end of their annual open public practice at the Bell Centre.
"19.02.2017 21:00:01" montrealgazette.com Celine Cooper: Stuart McLean and the art of storytelling The best tales connect us to our humanity and to each other; storytellers are the messengers who give shape and meaning to our own lives. Stuart McLean's weekly CBC Radio program The Vinyl Cafe — which featured tales about Dave, the owner of a second-hand record store, his wife Morley and their children Stephanie and Sam — was a Sunday afternoon ritual for many Canadians.
"19.02.2017 20:30:00" montrealgazette.com Kraft Heinz withdraws $143B bid to buy Unilever Analysts say Kraft Heinz, co-headquartered in Chicago and Pittsburgh, is still in the market for acquisitions. Kraft Heinz has withdrawn its $143 billion offer to buy Unilever, backing away after the mayonnaise, tea and seasonings maker rejected the bid as too low.
"19.02.2017 20:00:02" montrealgazette.com Opinion: Integrating McGill health network would better serve public Today, two CIUSSSs and the MUHC all serve the same population. Patients need to go from one to another to get the services they require. We can do much better. We have the technology, the resources, the know-how, the competence required to create a seamless integrated health and social services system where patients entering from any service point would be directed to the nearest available
"19.02.2017 19:30:00" hockeyinsideout.com Canadiens Notebook: Phillip Danault back at centre on No. 1 line Claude Julien ran a real practice in an arena that was about half full with a lot of families and young kids in attendance. The Canadiens held their annual open public practice Sunday morning at the Bell Centre, which is normally a fan-friendly event.
"19.02.2017 19:00:01" montrealgazette.com Senior Trump appointee: You're Fired Craig Deare, whom Trump appointed a month ago to head the National Security Council's Western Hemisphere division, was on Friday escorted out of the Executive Office Building in Washington. A senior Trump administration official was fired following criticism in a private speech of President Donald Trump's policies and his inner circle of advisers.
"19.02.2017 18:38:55" montrealgazette.com Squeaky Wheels: No, we can't blow up the old Ville-Marie Expressway Commuting questions answered. This week: why the Ville-Marie can't be blasted to oblivion, and the status of the Du Collège métro escalator. While dynamite would allow the structure to come down in one fell swoop, there are several reasons workers can't blast it to smithereens.
"19.02.2017 18:37:49" montrealgazette.com Québec solidaire says it will ask members about cross-party alliances for 2018 provincial election Québec solidaire says it will canvas its members this spring to gauge support for the left-wing party to form alliances with other political parties to fight the 2018 provincial election. The party announced it will hold a “day of reflection” on April 8 to launch a discussion on collaborating with such parties as the Parti Québécois and Option nationale.
"19.02.2017 18:00:05" montrealgazette.com Five things to watch for in Canadian business world in the coming week After a relatively sleepy week, Canadian economic data begins flowing again. Stock markets in Toronto and New York will be closed Monday, The United States will be marking Presidents Day while many Canadians will be off for various provincial holidays, including Family Day in Ontario.
"19.02.2017 17:00:19" montrealgazette.com Fitness: Let a runcation get you out of the cold and onto a beach Ready to sign up for a marathon in a city that doesn't require winter gear? Jill Barker has some tips about choosing a destination for your 'runcation' For most Canadians, winter running means pulling on layers of clothing before heading out to tackle sub-zero temperatures and a biting wind.
"19.02.2017 15:41:52" montrealgazette.com PQ youth wing rejects idea of banning the wearing of religious symbols "This proposal, in my opinion, is not secularism, it is in a certain way, playing the racist game. Who is going to want to join the Parti Québécois?" The Parti Québécois National Youth Committee (PQ) Congress rejected Sunday morning the idea of banning the wearing of religious symbols for all employees in the public and para-public sectors during their working hours.
"19.02.2017 15:00:08" montrealgazette.com Another gold medal for Mikaël Kingsbury at World Cup event in Japan The Quebecer had won the gold medal Saturday when he beat compatriot Philippe Marquis in the moguls event. For the second day in a row Mikaël Kingsbury won gold by winning the Men's Moguls parallel event at the Freestyle Ski World Cup on Sunday in Japan.
"19.02.2017 14:00:05" montrealgazette.com Lethal collision in the Bois-Francs, one dead At around 9 p.m. two cars were traveling in the same direction on Highway 116, when another car coming in the opposite direction veered into their side of the road. A man died after a head-on collision Saturday night in Warwick, near Victoriaville in the Bois-Francs, another man was seriously injured.
"19.02.2017 13:01:45" montrealgazette.com While you were sleeping: Trump invents Sweden terror attack, U.S. VP Pence visits Nazi concentration camp and more Swedes have been scratching their heads and ridiculing President Donald Trump's remark that suggested a major incident had happened in Sweden. Swedes have been scratching their heads and ridiculing President Donald Trump's remark that suggested a major incident had happened in Sweden.
"19.02.2017 04:39:07" montrealgazette.com Three men arrested after drug-related explosion Three men were arrested on Saturday afternoon in Montreal after an explosion linked to the manufacture of narcotics alerted authorities. The blast was reported around 12:50 p.m. in an apartment on St-Laurent Blvd., near Villeray St.
"19.02.2017 04:28:02" montrealgazette.com Man stabbed in Old Montreal during a fight A 36-year-old man was stabbed on Saturday around 5:30 p.m. in Old Montreal when an altercation degenerated between two men in front of the Place d'Armes métro station, according Montreal police. He is in critical condition, but his life is not in danger.
"19.02.2017 04:13:11" montrealgazette.com Finding poison in N.Korean airport attack is hardest part A paranoid dictator's estranged brother. Two young female assassins. A crowded international airport. And a mysterious poison that kills within hours. The public is hanging on to every detail because there's just something about murder by poison that captivates.
"19.02.2017 04:01:15" montrealgazette.com McCorvey, at centre of Roe v. Wade, dead at 69 Norma McCorvey, whose legal challenge under the pseudonym "Jane Roe" led to the U.S. Supreme Court's landmark decision that legalized abortio, died Saturday. She died of heart failure and had been ill for some time.
"19.02.2017 02:49:07" National Post Music Olivia Hally and Pepita Emmerichs of Oh Pep! in the National Post music studio singing "Tea, Milk and Honey"
"19.02.2017 02:16:05" montrealgazette.com Student society moves to impeach 'Punch a Zionist' Punch a Zionist today. Nearly two weeks after a student politician posted those four words to social media, the McGill University campus remains divided about the blurring lines between free speech and violence. Igor Sadikov has issued two public apologies since posting the now infamous "Punch a Zionist today" tweet on Feb. 6.
"19.02.2017 01:56:44" montrealgazette.com Non-league Lincoln into last 8; Leicester out of FA Cup On a dramatic day of late goals and upsets in the FA Cup, Lincoln became the first non-league team to reach the quarterfinals in more than a century. “It's unheard of in modern-day footbal. It shows just what an achievement this is.”
"19.02.2017 00:20:18" montrealgazette.com Stu Cowan: New Canadiens coach Claude Julien has inherited a mess “As a group, it was a bad first impression," captain Max Pacioretty says after 3-1 loss to the Jets. "But the good news is there's lots of room for improvement.” The Canadiens are now 1-6-1 in their last eight games and have scored 11 goals during that span — including five in their one victory over the Arizona Coyotes.
"18.02.2017 23:36:18" montrealgazette.com In the Habs' Room: Nervousness, lack of confidence in coach's debut Claude Julien said one of his goals will be to install some confidence in a Canadiens' team that doesn't have a lot of reason to feel confident. "They were working with a new system and there were things that need to be cleaned up in between.”
"18.02.2017 23:03:07" montrealgazette.com Meyers-Taylor edges Humphries for gold at bobsled worlds Inconsistent starts proved costly as Canada's Kaillie Humphries and brakewoman Melissa Lotholz settled for silver Saturday at the women's bobsled world championship. "To finish three-hundredths out over four runs is a hard pill to swallow," Humphries said.
"18.02.2017 21:50:30" montrealgazette.com Habs Game Report: New coach, same old Canadiens There was a new face behind the bench, but the same faces on the ice as the Canadiens dropped a 3-1 decision to the Winnipeg Jets on Saturday afternoon at the Bell Centre. Montreal's offence remained stuck in neutral as they dropped their third consecutive game.
"18.02.2017 21:24:55" montrealgazette.com Biologists find weird cave life that may be 50,000 years old In a Mexican cave system so beautiful and hot it is called both Fairyland and hell, scientists have discovered life trapped in crystals. “As a biologist I would say life on Earth is extremely tough and extremely versatile.”
"18.02.2017 21:22:14" National Post Music Can't stop tapping our feet to the Whitehorse singing a cover of Tom Waits' "Gun Street Girl".
"18.02.2017 20:30:00" montrealgazette.com Trump sons open Dubai golf club as namesake now US president Two of U.S. President Donald Trump's sons ceremonially opened a Trump-branded golf club in Dubai on Saturday. Questions remain about how separated their father is from the empire bearing his name.
"18.02.2017 20:15:01" montrealgazette.com Magnitude 4.2 earthquake rattles B.C. coast There were no reports of damage from the 17km deep quake, and "none would be expected."
"18.02.2017 19:59:01" montrealgazette.com Kelly: Trump is working on a "streamlined" travel ban President Donald Trump is working on a "streamlined" version of his executive order banning travel from seven predominantly Muslim nations to iron out the difficulties that landed his first order in the courts, U.S. Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly Kelly said this next time he will be able to "make sure that there's no one caught in the system."
"18.02.2017 19:45:34" montrealgazette.com Douglas Garland assaulted by inmates only hours after being sentenced to life term: sources Police did not confirm the identity of the victim, who was assaulted by 'several men,' but sources tell Postmedia the man assaulted was Garland Garland was just sentenced for the murders of Alvin and Kathy Liknes and their 5-year-old grandson Nathan O'Brien.
"18.02.2017 19:44:18" montrealgazette.com Turkish Airlines flight evacuated after 'BOMB TO TORONTO' note found in bathroom The airline said the plane and its passengers underwent security procedures, but the official said nothing suspicious was found
"18.02.2017 18:42:28" montrealgazette.com Former MP becomes a leader of far-right group La Meute A former NDP and Bloc Québécois MP has emerged as a prominent figure in a Quebec far-right group. Patry had confirmed that he had become the leader of the group's "clan" in the Saguenay—Lac-St-Jean region, but says the group is not racist or radical.
"18.02.2017 17:11:48" montrealgazette.com Quebec mother of strip-searched schoolgirl drops lawsuit The mother of a teenager who strip-searched has settled with the Quebec City school board and the school's administration. The case was set to begin on Monday.
"18.02.2017 16:16:41" montrealgazette.com Mikael Kingsbury captures moguls gold at Japan World Cup Mikael Kingsbury led Canada to three medals at a World Cup moguls competition Saturday. Quebec has put on a great show in Japan.
"18.02.2017 16:14:49" montrealgazette.com Vermont can be an 'energy-rich' conduit between Quebec, New York: governor Vermont Republican Gov. Phil Scott emphasizes the importance of Vermont-Quebec relations after his first visit to Quebec City as governor. Scott said the trip was mainly to establish relationships with the premier and other Quebec officials and businesspeople.
"18.02.2017 16:11:11" montrealgazette.com Bill Zacharkiw's Wines of the Week: Feb. 18, 2017 An affordable and interesting Slovenian white, a flavourful red from Chile, and a classic chardonnay from California. Some weekend wine for you.
"18.02.2017 15:52:04" montrealgazette.com Shelter: Quadrilingual student feels right at home in Plateau apartment Linn Blomkvist has a Swedish father and a Norwegian mother and although she is barely 22, she already speaks four languages (Norwegian, Swedish, English and French) and is working on a fifth (Arabi… She spent her first semester in a student residence, but soon decided that wasn't for her.
"18.02.2017 15:42:02" montrealgazette.com ICYMI: Changing of the Habs guard, and Genie Bouchard in the Swimsuit Issue Also on your mind this week: Refugees fleeing Donald Trump's America, the largely unknown history of slavery in Quebec, and snow snow snow. What is Montreal made of? If last week's big stories are any indication, the answer is: Sports, snow, and social justice.
"18.02.2017 14:44:43" montrealgazette.com Montreal snow removal moves ahead, in most places Montreal has cleared 85 per cent of the snow that fell on the city over the past week, but don't tell that to the residents of the Sud-Ouest. The better news is we'll go a few days without more snow falling.
"18.02.2017 14:44:05" montrealgazette.com Premier Philippe Couillard to speak on "a bold Quebec" Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard will participate in two symposiums Saturday on the theme "Strong regions, a bold Quebec." Couillard is in Gatineau this morning and Longueuil in the afternoon.
"18.02.2017 13:45:01" montrealgazette.com Illuminart brings light to Montreal's winter darkness around Quartier des spectacles When the Montréal en lumière festival kicks off next week, a 3.5-km trail called Illuminart will wind its way through the Quartier des spectacles, brightening the night sky with an "open-air museum… "It's like an open-air museum."
"18.02.2017 13:10:24" montrealgazette.com Vocational programs: a fast track to immigration? Some teachers say many international students don't seem interested in learning a trade and view the process as a shortcut to citizenship. Vocational programs have long been a stepping stone.
"18.02.2017 13:09:47" montrealgazette.com Gaspésie smothered by 120 centimetres of snow Several parts of the Gaspé peninsula have been buried under more than 120 centimetres of snow over two days. That's pretty impressive, Murdochville.
"18.02.2017 12:59:01" montrealgazette.com Amy Schumer plays it safe at Montreal's Bell Centre Even though the ice was covered up for the show, the comedian did plenty of skating – in circles. This was her Vagina Monologue, says Bill Brownstein: And, yes, much of the crowd lapped it all up.
"18.02.2017 12:45:00" montrealgazette.com Josh Freed: This is the winter of my parking discontent Tow trucks are just one of many winter challenges Montrealers face in a Festival of Weather. The wail of the snow-removal siren triggers terror deep in a Montrealer's DNA.
"18.02.2017 12:34:00" montrealgazette.com Hugh Jackman says he's 'fine' after latest skin cancer bout Hugh Jackman arrived at the premiere of "Logan" with a small bandage on his nose after taking to Twitter to announce he had been treated for skin cancer once again. He tweeted a picture of his bandaged nose and urged people to wear sunscreen.
"18.02.2017 12:24:51" montrealgazette.com Winnipeg Jets at Canadiens, 2 p.m.: Five things you should know The Claude Julien 2.0 era begins with this game. You ready?
"18.02.2017 12:23:07" montrealgazette.com Dogs of Montreal: Meet Milo Toy Poodle spends a large amount of time in the local hockey arena with his family watching hockey. This toy poodle is a hockey fan.
"18.02.2017 04:00:02" montrealgazette.com Heroin trafficker dies while he begins serving sentence in federal penitentiary On Jan. 27, Frédérick Mineau of St-Lin, appeared before Quebec Court Judge Pierre Labelle and pleaded guilty to charges related to heroin trafficking. The cause of the death is unknown.
"18.02.2017 03:30:01" montrealgazette.com Coach Julien plans to reach out to Therrien New Canadiens coach Claude Julien has yet to talk with Michel Therrien — the man he replaced — but he definitely will. "I went through it over a week ago, and so I know how Michel feels. So I think I have a pretty good idea of when I should reach out to him."
"18.02.2017 03:16:24" montrealgazette.com Recharged Price ready to get back to business with Habs Superstar goalie says it feels like a new season with Claude Julien replacing Michel Therrien behind the team's bench. This has already been a long season for Price, starting with the World Cup of Hockey and including a trip to Los Angeles for the All-Star Game.
"18.02.2017 03:00:00" montrealgazette.com Two lawyers charged in Laval municipal corruption case see cases dropped Jean Bertrand, 64, and Robert Talbot, 77, both of Laval — saw a stay of proceedings placed on the charges they faced on Thursday. It took too long to prosecute them.
"18.02.2017 02:45:00" montrealgazette.com Hickey on Hockey: Canadiens GM might have trade surprise in works Marc Bergevin has surprised us in the past with the Vanek trade, the Subban-Weber swap and, most recently, the hiring of Claude Julien. Be prepared to be surprised.
"18.02.2017 02:30:01" montrealgazette.com McGill post-doc student fears for her mother's life if returned to Iran Mirmahaleh, 60, is scheduled to be deported on Feb. 28. Canadian immigration officials acknowledge that she was imprisoned for three years in Iran in the 1980s, when her daughter was a toddler, bec… Roghayeh Azizi Mirmahaleh remains stoic as she speaks of her impending deportation to her native Iran, where she believes she will be imprisoned, possibly tortured, even executed.
"18.02.2017 02:15:00" montrealgazette.com Stu Cowan: Coach Claude Julien looks good in Habs' bleu-blanc-rouge Canadiens' bench boss runs first practice in Brossard in front of excited fans eager to see team turn its fortunes around. “We're in first place, so there's no need to panic. There's a need to fix."
"18.02.2017 02:00:00" montrealgazette.com Police forces in Quebec to review 'unfounded' sex assault complaints The decision was made following an investigative series published by the Globe and Mail earlier this month that revealed 19 per cent of sexual assault complaints made to police in Canada are classified as “unfounded.” The Quebec government announced on Friday that it will ask all police forces in the province to conduct a thorough review of sexual assault complaints classified as unfounded.
"18.02.2017 01:30:00" montrealgazette.com Montreal General to close 23-bed stroke and brain-injury unit The closing this summer of the 23-bed unit will result in 14 to 15 stroke patients being transferred to the Montreal Neurological Hospital. Pierre Hurteau, co-president of the Central Users Committee of the MUHC, said he's concerned about the potential effect of the latest budget cuts on patient care.
"18.02.2017 01:00:01" montrealgazette.com 'Napalm Girl' Kim Phuc: 'We have to help' refugees "With people who really need help, we have to help them," Kim Phuc told an audience at a "Talking about Peace" event at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts on Friday. Phuc became known as the “Napalm Girl” after an iconic photo was published showing her as a terrified nine-year-old running down a road naked after a June 8, 1972, napalm attack during the Vietnam War.
"18.02.2017 00:30:00" What Canadians need to know when crossing the border Can border agents search your phone?
"18.02.2017 00:06:26" montrealgazette.com I am Frandisi Lavara, according to unofficial Sean Spicer name generator White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer seems to have some difficulty at times with the language of Shakespeare. If you want to know what name will be assigned to you when you enter TrumpWorld, sorry the United States, you now have the means.
"18.02.2017 00:06:11" montrealgazette.com Ex-airline pilot still strapping on goalie pads at age 80 Dorval resident Ron Daley has no plans to stop playing hockey any time soon. “Everybody I know who plays hockey loves the game, just like me, and would love to play as long as they can.”
"17.02.2017 23:43:00" montrealgazette.com Appreciation: Stuart McLean had a clear message for Montreal Gazette reporters You tell a story, was Stuart's mantra. And stories need people. Not just quotes and names, but characters. Former Montreal Gazette deputy editor Raymond Brassard's appreciation of Stuart McLean.
"17.02.2017 23:40:00" Immigrants flee U.S. Family members from Somalia are helped into Canada by RCMP officers along the U.S.-Canada border near Hemmingford, Que.
"17.02.2017 23:07:43" hockeyinsideout.com Canadiens Notebook: Julien puts Galchenyuk back on No. 1 line New Canadiens coach Claude Julien stepped on the ice for the first time in Brossard at 4:16 p.m. Friday, about two minutes after his players started skating. The parking lot in Brossard was full, as was the press box, and fans were standing three and four deep behind the glass at the practice rink to watch.
"17.02.2017 22:15:01" montrealgazette.com Hockey Inside/Out Show gains momentum The weekly HI/O Show is available every Thursday. In October, The Gazette revamped its weekly Canadiens focused Hockey Inside/Out Show with a fast-paced format, a new host, and a new set.
"17.02.2017 22:00:00" montrealgazette.com SAQ suspects Inspire loyalty card fraud is a case of 'phishing' One such email scam promised cardholders 30,000 points for taking part in a poll. The SAQ suspects that recent cases of fraud involving its Inspire loyalty card are most likely the result of “phishing” – a form of email scam that aims to get unsuspecting cardholders to reveal their card numbers and passwords.
"17.02.2017 21:45:01" montrealgazette.com Three Azur métro trains now back in service, with 11 still sidelined The Société de transport de Montréal still can't say when the remaining 11 will be back on the rails. Like The Little Engine That Could, Montreal's new Azur métro trains are slowly making their way back.
"17.02.2017 21:34:30" montrealgazette.com 5 things to do in Montreal this weekend: Feb. 17-19, 2017 Environment Canada is calling for cloudy weather but with warm temperatures that should provide a reminder that spring in the city is not that far off. The Montreal Gazette's suggestions for some fun activities this weekend.
"17.02.2017 21:00:03" montrealgazette.com From Senegal to St-Michel: a powerful tale of new Montrealers Son of a Distant Land, by novelist David Bouchet, tells the story of an immigrant family's difficult adjustment through the eyes of a boy. Immigration was arguably the central theme of modern literature even before Donald Trump called attention to the subject in all the worst ways. On the crowded shelf of immigrant lit, though, David Bouchet's Sun of a Distant Land (Esplanade Books/Véhicule
"17.02.2017 20:47:04" montrealgazette.com Are refugees fleeing Donald Trump's America? Hemmingford has become one of the entry points for a growing flow of refugee claimants braving the elements to illicitly enter Canada. As U.S. President Donald Trump's executive order suspending entry from seven majority-Muslim countries is debated in U.S. courts, a growing number of asylum seekers are looking to Canada.
"17.02.2017 20:31:42" montrealgazette.com Macpherson: Quebec anti-niqab bill isn't a solution, it's a problem The Couillard government's anti-niqab Bill 62 is worse than useless and a political failure. It's also harmful. Bill 62 is a response to a political problem, namely pressure from the opposition parties to Do Something, not a social one. As such, it is a failure, Don Macpherson writes
"17.02.2017 20:30:00" montrealgazette.com Arcade Fire's Tim Kingsbury sets out as Sam Patch Sam Patch's debut album Yeah You, and I is out now. Sam Patch (Tim Kingsbury) performs March 2 at 9:30 p.m. at Le Ritz PDB. Removed from the structure of Arcade Fire, Tim Kingsbury took an anything-goes approach for his solo album Yeah You, and I.
"17.02.2017 20:00:04" montrealgazette.com MacDougall: Conservatives must build trust, not peddle cynicism Edelman has a marketing tool they issue every year to drum up business called a “Trust Barometer,” and this year Canada slid into the “distruster” category. Whom do you trust? It's both a question for the ages, and specifically the question of this age. And it's the only question that should be on the minds of the too many men and women left in the Conservative leadership tussle.
"17.02.2017 19:30:00" montrealgazette.com Jean-Marc Vallée makes his mark on the small screen with HBO series Big Little Lies A-list Quebec director Jean-Marc Vallée appears set to shake up TV with a new HBO series starring Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman. Montreal may be considered Hollywood North by some, thanks to the steady influx of U.S. films still being shot here. Then again, Hollywood may soon be considered Montreal South, thanks to the steady influx of local directors at the helm of big-budget
"17.02.2017 19:09:33" montrealgazette.com Opinion: Islamophobia debate gets cynical The rest of the mob now seem to be mere collaborators in a painful theatre of the politically absurd. At this point, it is possible only two people in Parliament are still motivated mainly by concerns over religious bigotry: Iqra Khalid, the Liberal backbencher behind the unexpectedly controversial “Motion 103,” and Michael Chong, the Conservative
"17.02.2017 19:01:40" news.nationalpost.com How to spend a perfect weekend in Lisbon If everyone you know is thinking about going to Lisbon, there's plenty of reason for that. Its meteoric rise as a culture capital is just one part... Spend a perfect weekend in Europe's coolest capital. #travel
"17.02.2017 18:39:40" montrealgazette.com Woman arrested for allegedly helping kill Kim Jong Nam thought she was taking part in comedy show Malaysian police said Siti Aisyah, 25, was paid to be involved in 'Just For Laughs' style pranks that involved persuading men to close their eyes and then spraying them with water The Indonesian woman arrested for suspected involvement in the killing of the North Korean leader's half brother in Malaysia was duped into thinking she was part of a comedy show prank, Indonesia's national police chief said Friday, citing information
"17.02.2017 18:05:38" National Post Music Watch Vancouver indie band Bear Mountain perform 'On My Own' in the National Post music studio.
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"17.02.2017 18:01:48" news.nationalpost.com Chicken fingers are 'GBD' Make dinner in 30 minutes: In this rendition, chicken fingers are baked, which makes them even easier, too Chefs and kids agree: Chicken fingers are 'golden brown and delicious.' #life
"17.02.2017 17:29:34" montrealgazette.com Montreal police department, cop must pay $17,000 for racial profiling Quebec's Human Rights Commission has ordered the Montreal police department and one of its officers to pay $17,000 to young black man. An anti-racism group says that even though the incidents are alleged to have occurred in 2009, the case could continue to be disputed before the courts — perhaps for years.
"17.02.2017 17:02:06" news.nationalpost.com Beauty pageant of the sea is coming to Quebec Dozens of majestic ships that will be sailing North Atlantic waters this summer, visiting ports along the St. Lawrence River for weeks and... A beauty pageant of the sea is coming to Quebec City. #travel
"17.02.2017 16:59:01" montrealgazette.com Bill Zacharkiw: Is the wine monopoly in Quebec under threat? By allowing local wineries to expand their distribution, the government is flirting with a possible trade challenge from other countries. Quebec is flirting with a possible trade challenge from wine-producing countries.
"17.02.2017 16:30:01" montrealgazette.com Horse meat and genitals hidden in juice boxes seized by U.S. customs agents in Virginia 'We open their bags and it is sitting there staring right at us,' said Stephen Sapp, a spokesman for the department It's sometimes amazing what people will smuggle.
"17.02.2017 16:15:01" montrealgazette.com Samsung family succession hits snag with chief's arrest South Korea was taken by surprise Friday with the arrest of the scion of the country's richest family and de-facto leader at Samsung. Not everything is going as planned.
"17.02.2017 16:01:55" news.nationalpost.com Savoury bites for a weekend brunch Tired of the same old bacon and eggs? Switch up your breakfasts (or dinners!) with these simple recipes Savoury bites for a weekend brunch. #life
"17.02.2017 15:58:31" montrealgazette.com In Southwestern France, a quest for the best cassoulet The late Canadian writer Mavis Gallant, who lived in Paris, once told me that the great and rib-sticking French dish cassoulet ought to be eaten just once a year, in winter ideally. Do you have a favourite cassoulet?
"17.02.2017 15:45:07" business.financialpost.com Betting on volatile B.C. property market would make for a skinny... Gen Xers want replace their Vancouver home with rental units to fund their goal of retiring in their 50s but their plan has lots of problems Thirty-somethings want to replace their Vancouver home with rental units to fund their goal of retiring in their 50s, but their plan has lots of problems #business
"17.02.2017 15:26:15" montrealgazette.com Lakeside log cabin in Lac Supérior a haven of peace and tranquility Laurentians home allows Sylvie Gagnon-Sciortino to live close to her parents on land that brings back fond childhood memories. Check out this little sanctuary.
"17.02.2017 14:44:07" montrealgazette.com Air Canada posts bigger net loss in fourth quarter, revenue rises Costs have been rising, the Montreal-based airline says.
"17.02.2017 14:39:45" montrealgazette.com London Fashion Week opens amid Brexit uncertainties Models and fashion editors descended on Britain's capital from snowy New York for the start of London Fashion Week on Friday. The shows will go on.
"17.02.2017 14:38:49" montrealgazette.com How to make a woolly mammoth, 4,500 years after extinction, with an elephant as surrogate mother The project also involves a world-renowned geneticist at Harvard University and carcases of the great beast that were preserved in the Arctic permafrost It's being called a ground-breaking resurrection program.
"17.02.2017 14:37:18" montrealgazette.com Ways to gauge Canada's commitment to NATO beyond just spending: Trudeau Canada is demonstrating its commitment to NATO in ways that go beyond simple military spending, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says. Trudeau says Canada and Germany have always been among "the strongest actors in NATO."
"17.02.2017 14:35:13" montrealgazette.com TransCanada refiles application in Nebraska for Keystone XL pipeline route TransCanada is once again seeking approval of its Keystone XL pipeline route in Nebraska in the latest move to push the polarizing project forward since getting a nod from U.S. President Donald Trump. The energy company calls it the clearest path to achieving route certainty
"17.02.2017 14:15:22" montrealgazette.com Robot probes show Japan reactor cleanup worse than expected TOKYO - Robot probes sent to one of Japan's wrecked Fukushima nuclear reactors have suggested worse-than-anticipated challenges for the plant's ongoing cleanup. The remote-controlled "scorpion" robot was sent into the Unit 2 reactor's containment vessel Thursday
"17.02.2017 14:07:30" montrealgazette.com Canada ranks low in international comparison of patient wait times: report It's a common complaint — Canadians needing medical attention having to cool their heels in a hospital emergency room for hours on end before being seen by a doctor or another health-care practitioner. Canada has the highest proportion of patients reporting excessively long ER waits.
"17.02.2017 13:45:31" montrealgazette.com Gérard Bouchard doesn't share Charles Taylor's change of heart The other half of the Bouchard-Taylor commission says abandoning a ban on religious symbols worn by public officials would fan the flames of the secularism debate. "We're back at Square One," the sociologist says.
"17.02.2017 12:30:21" montrealgazette.com The funeral selfie: Grave new world or an instinct as old as time? Two pictures. Two young men. One is grinning, the other flashing a peace sign, each over what appears to be their dead grandmothers. Funeral selfies are the target of Quebec funeral directors, who recently pleaded with people to stop taking and posting them.
"17.02.2017 12:28:01" montrealgazette.com While you were sleeping: How to Train Your Attack Squirrel Also: A misunderstood blacksmith, Air Canada drama, and LGBTQ+ kids find a special place It's Friday all right.
"17.02.2017 12:02:35" montrealgazette.com Snowmobiler killed in nighttime ride in Sainte-Martine One snowmobiler is dead and another seriously injured early Friday in the wake of an accident that occurred during a nighttime ride. The accident happened around 1:30 in the morning.
"17.02.2017 11:35:51" montrealgazette.com Snow-laden roof collapses near Laurier and Esplanade Traffic at Laurier and de l'Esplanade Aves. may be a little more difficult than usual Friday morning after the roof of a commercial building at the site caved in. Give yourself some extra time if you need to drive through Mile End this morning.
"17.02.2017 11:05:00" Timeline Photos Montreal this morning: Sunny and no snow, finally. http://wp.me/p4Uzqt-42gY
"17.02.2017 02:30:00" montrealgazette.com RCMP suspected young couple facing terror-related charges were making pressure-cooker bomb Inside Djermane's apartment on Aird Ave. the investigators found a blue notebook with handwritten notes on how to build the bomb. With their investigation just a few days old, the RCMP gathered enough evidence to search the homes of Sabrine Djermane and El Mahdi Jamali.
"17.02.2017 02:00:00" montrealgazette.com Sister's concerns that sibling was radicalized opened door to terror investigation Djermane and Jamali are charged with attempting to leave Canada with the goal of committing a crime in another country, being in possession of an explosive substance, facilitating a terrorist activ… The love of a protective older sister was what touched off an RCMP investigation into a young Montreal couple who are scheduled to go to trial in September on terror-related charges.
"17.02.2017 01:30:12" youtube.com Jimmy Eat World 'Get Right' Jimmy Eat World are in the National Post Studio singing "Get Right" Jim Adkins, Tom Linton, Rick Burch, Zach Lind. Visit the official Jimmy Eat... Enjoy the Jimmy Eat World performance of 'Get Right' in National Post music studio.
"17.02.2017 01:16:00" montrealgazette.com Roxham Rd. refugees at home in Montreal Yasser Ahmed is one of hundreds of refugee claimants to have arrived in Quebec in the last month through a 15-foot stretch of the border at Roxham Road. It's been a long journey for Yasser Ahmed, from Saudi Arabia to New York to Plattsburgh and finally to downtown Montreal on Wednesday — via Roxham Rd. in Lacolle — with little more than a suitcase, Google Maps and some broken English.
"17.02.2017 00:30:00" montrealgazette.com What the Puck: Did the players give up on Michel Therrien? If so everything should be fine under new coach Claude Julien. Is life just sweet and dandy in the Habs Nation now that Michel Therrien is on the trash heap of history and Claude Julien is comfortably ensconced in the highest-profile job in Quebec?
"17.02.2017 00:00:06" montrealgazette.com Montreal theatre producer Roger Peace: 'There was always another show he wanted to do' “Roger was such a gentle, kind soul, a class act and so down to Earth,” says friend and colleague Barry Garber. Unassuming theatre producer Roger Peace has passed away, leaving behind scores of credits and devoted friends.
"16.02.2017 23:10:31" youtube.com The Trews perform a stripped down 'Beautiful & Tragic' The Canadian band The Trews are in our studio playing a stripped-down version of their song, Beautiful and Tragic. The Trews are a Canadian hard...
"16.02.2017 23:00:00" montrealgazette.com Restaurant review: Prince a jewel among BYOW establishments The owners of Prince are BYOB vedettes Marc-André Paradis and Georges Blais. Prince, the recently opened Montreal eatery, offers swish decor, fancy plating and boldly luxurious main courses, Lesley Chesterman writes.
"16.02.2017 22:30:30" montrealgazette.com Pamela Jean's killer must serve 14 years before parole eligibility Palma had been charged with first-degree murder but a jury found him guilty of second-degree murder in December. Juan Fermin Palma, who was found guilty of the second-degree murder of his girlfriend, must serve 14 years in jail before he's eligible for parole, a judge ruled Thursday.
"16.02.2017 22:24:44" montrealgazette.com Antony Piazza acquitted on charges he tried to bring explosives on plane "He had something to say and he said it. That is why we went to trial." Antony Piazza, the man who was arrested after authorities found explosive materials in his suitcase as he was about to board a passenger flight at Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport was acquitted on Thursday on all the charges he faced.
"16.02.2017 22:11:05" montrealgazette.com Contrecoeur trial unlikely to see first witness testify before March Zampino and others are accused in connection with the sale of city-owned land known as Faubourg Contrecoeur to a construction firm at well below its evaluation. The hold up in the one-year-old Contrecoeur trial relates to back-and-forth this week between the prosecution and lawyers for former Montreal municipal politician Frank Zampino over the availability of material the defence says might lead to understanding
"16.02.2017 22:00:01" montrealgazette.com Allison Hanes: Slip-sliding away on snowy sidewalks I love winter, but it shouldn't be so hard to get around Montreal after a snowstorm. My neck is sore. My back is aching. My arms are like spaghetti. No, I didn't try to break any Olympic weightlifting records by hoisting a barbell over my head. This is how I feel after two days of pushing a stroller around town on Montreal's snowy
"16.02.2017 20:04:14" business.financialpost.com The other side of Hunter Harrison's CP legacy: white-collar workers... Job cuts under the former CP Rail CEO have office workers regularly riding the rails creating, according to the union, a potentially dangerous situation. #business
"16.02.2017 19:56:10" montrealgazette.com UN: Zika remains global emergency, virus still spreading The World Health Organization says the outbreak of Zika remains an international health emergency and that while the virus continues to hit new countries, experts still aren't sure how big the risk is. In the absence of any effective treatments or vaccines for the disease, it will largely be up to individuals to avoid infection.
"16.02.2017 19:37:13" youtube.com The Sounds stripped down version of 'Something To Die For' Swedish indie rockers Maja Ivarsson and Jesper Anderberg from THE SOUNDS perform a stripped-down version of their song "Something To Die For". Official websi...
"16.02.2017 19:30:47" montrealgazette.com Connecticut congressmen express concern over Russian ship Congressmen from Connecticut are expressing concern over reports of a Russian intelligence-collection ship travelling near a U.S. naval submarine base. The U.S. Navy conducts similar intelligence-gathering operations against Russian military targets, such as its submarine bases, from international waters.
"16.02.2017 19:01:34" news.nationalpost.com Barefoot Contessa likes it easy, but tasty Lemons and garlic flavour a simple roast chicken dinner in this easy-going dish by Ina Garten, the Barefoot Contessa The Barefoot Contessa likes it easy, but tasty with pan-roasted chicken. #life
"16.02.2017 19:01:33" business.financialpost.com Facebook takes on LinkedIn by letting businesses recruit people through... Called Jobs, the new feature gives businesses access to the hundreds of millions of Facebook daily users in both Canada and the U.S. Called Jobs, the new feature gives businesses access to the hundreds of millions of Facebook daily users in both Canada and the U.S. #business
"16.02.2017 18:54:47" montrealgazette.com 'Day Without Immigrants' protests being held across US The heart of Philadelphia's Italian Market was uncommonly quiet. Fine restaurants in the nation's capital closed for the day. A string of grocery stores in Chicago shut their doors. "You realize the impact the immigrant community has. We need each other for our daily lives."
"16.02.2017 18:52:55" montrealgazette.com Reward tripled for information about Quebec woman missing since 2008 Marilyn Bergeron was 24 when she disappeared on Feb. 17, 2008, from the family home in the Quebec City area. Marilyn Bergeron vanished nine years ago.
"16.02.2017 18:41:19" montrealgazette.com B.C. gangster pleads guilty in Montreal to role in international cocaine conspiracy A B.C. gangster linked to one of the biggest arms seizures in Canadian history has pleaded guilty in Montreal to a series of drug, explosives and firearms charges. Prosecutors said Shane “Wheels” Maloney controlled the massive weapons cache, which Maloney is tied to the infamous Irish West End Gang in Montreal.
"16.02.2017 18:37:56" montrealgazette.com 'Something had to give': NHL coaching carousel spins as playoffs approach "It's unfortunate any time it happens, but it's done and you move along."
"16.02.2017 18:36:45" montrealgazette.com Bombardier's government loan won't be fully repaid for 15 years The Canadian plane and train maker revealed it was deeper in the red than expected this morning and for the first time gave details of its government aid Bombardier chief financial officer John Di Bert says it's “royalty repayable.”
"16.02.2017 18:05:50" montrealgazette.com Long road leads Gavin Tucker from playing music to mixed martial arts Gavin Tucker left his Newfoundland home to study jazz in Nova Scotia. But one guitar after another was sold to keep him in the gym as mixed martial arts became his focus. One sacrifice, combined with years of hard work, has led 30-year-old Tucker to MMA's biggest stage.
"16.02.2017 18:01:49" news.nationalpost.com Travelling the dichotomy of Cuba Nancy Truman: This is my first trip to the nation, whose story I've only read in media and history books Travelling the dichotomy of Cuba, from the beautiful beaches to the mainland. #travel
"16.02.2017 17:59:39" montrealgazette.com Why Canada needs a dementia strategy The following letter was sent to federal Health Minister Dr. Jane Philpott by senators Kelvin Kenneth Ogilvie and Art Eggleton: After months of hearing Canadians pour their hearts out about how dementia affects them, and listening… A national dementia strategy should include better support for caregivers and a public awareness campaign, two senators say.
"16.02.2017 17:39:41" montrealgazette.com Opinion: Safety should trump language for Quebec highway signs The Charter of the French Language allows for bilingual traffic signage for safety, so why is the Quebec government looking the other way? "Adding English will not threaten the French language. All we are asking for is what the Charter of the French Language allows," Harold Staviss and Ruth Kovac write.
"16.02.2017 17:25:07" business.financialpost.com Life is about choice, and money decisions can be intimidating To figure out the right money moves for you, we turned to some financial experts to sort through some of the confusion. RRSPs or TFSAs? Save or pay down debt? What the #!%*? #MillennialsAndMoney
"16.02.2017 17:15:10" driving.ca Driving Toronto CIAS: Aston Martin steals the show driving.ca: We're at The Official Canadian International AutoShow and bringing you all the top stories right here: http://driving.ca/specialsection/auto-shows/toronto
"16.02.2017 17:03:37" montrealgazette.com America's intelligence agencies outplay the White House and reveal power of the Deep State The Flynn resignation is a story not about rogue intelligence agencies run amok outside the law, but rather about how much power they have acquired within it The who, what, where, and why of Michael Flynn's ignominious resignation have all been thoroughly discussed. But what about: How?
"16.02.2017 17:02:10" news.nationalpost.com Cheese the star in pasta veggie bowl Some advance planning can turn dinner in a hurry into a fine meal, like this pasta dish from Food52's Amanda Hesser and Merrill Stubbs Cheese is the key ingredient in this creamy and succulent supper dish. #life
"16.02.2017 17:00:21" montrealgazette.com Robert De Niro and Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. are offering a $100,000 reward to anyone who can prove vaccines are safe In 2016, De Niro pulled discredited doctor Andrew Wakefield's anti-vaccine documentary, Vaxxed, from the Tribeca Film Festival after a massive outcry Throughout the press conference, the pair peddled numerous discredited claims about the safety of vaccines.
"16.02.2017 16:29:31" montrealgazette.com Lachine, Sud-Ouest snow-removal contracts under fire Projet Montreal is calling on Montreal to suspend snow removal contracts held by Pavage D'Amour in the boroughs of Lachine and Sud-Ouest. Projet Montreal cites a growing number of complaints from citizens.
"16.02.2017 16:27:27" montrealgazette.com Snow dump: Montreal has had more snow so far than fell all last winter It has also been slightly colder this winter, with average an low temperature of minus-5 Celsius. Why yes, actually, that is a lot of snow.
"16.02.2017 16:25:32" montrealgazette.com Former Canadiens head coach Michel Therrien thanks team, fans Michel Therrien released a statement Thursday morning thanking the team and its fans. "I leave with my head held high."
"16.02.2017 16:01:43" news.nationalpost.com Real places that inspired Oscar-nominated films A diner in Miami, a house in Pittsburgh and a pier in Los Angeles: All of them are real places where Oscar-nominated movies were filmed Real places that inspired scenes in Oscar-nominated films, from Virginia Key beach to Route 66. #travel
"16.02.2017 15:56:17" montrealgazette.com Parti Québécois plan for racism inspectors gets lukewarm reception "Why is it more important to fight against tobacco than against racism?" Lisée asks. Premier Couillard advises caution before moving ahead with inspectors. The PQ leader suggests: "We could very well send inspectors who could pass themselves off as job seekers to show this discrimination."
"16.02.2017 15:54:55" montrealgazette.com Alouettes sign coveted free-agent receiver Ernest Jackson If the Alouettes, under new general manager Kavis Reed, were looking to make a splash this week in Canadian Football League free agency, they've succeeded. Jackson, 6-foot-2 and 220 pounds, was the CFL's seventh-leading receiver last season, producing 1,225 yards.
"16.02.2017 14:45:33" montrealgazette.com Trudeau tries to calm Trump fears in Europe, which sees Canada as bridge to U.S. Fresh from his meeting in Washington, Justin Trudeau sought to bring Europe a message of reassurance Wednesday. Europe views Canada as an important bridge builder in its attempt to forge positive relations with the United States.
"16.02.2017 14:34:25" montrealgazette.com Dairy company Saputo sues B.C. milk board over delivery of contaminated milk A major dairy processor is suing the B.C. Milk Marketing Board and a dairy producer over the delivery of what it claims was more than 17,000 litres of contaminated milk. Saputo says a total of 223,230 litres of milk and cream was affected by the contamination.
"16.02.2017 14:26:29" montrealgazette.com OneRepublic coming to Bell Centre in August as part of North American tour OneRepublic hits the Bell Centre on Aug. 11 as part of a tour of North America announced Thursday. Tickets go on sale Friday.
"16.02.2017 14:02:04" montrealgazette.com Montreal, show us your snowy streets Show us your photos of your snowy (or streets), by tagging them #mtl_snowystreets on social media, or by leaving a photo comment. How's the snow removal operation where you are? Tell us in pictures.
"16.02.2017 14:01:06" montrealgazette.com Bombardier annual revenue falls by US$1.8 billion, but loss reduced by 82% Bombardier says it had a US$981 million net loss last year. The company is also the focus of a recently filed complaint at the World Trade Organization
"16.02.2017 13:34:32" montrealgazette.com Kids with ADHD have some smaller brain regions than normal Children with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder have several brain regions that are slightly smaller than usual, more evidence that the disorder should be considered a neurological condition, a new study says. This could provide clues for developing new treatments.
"16.02.2017 13:11:28" montrealgazette.com Pierre Karl Péladeau returns to helm of Québecor After a foray into provincial politics that saw him elected as leader of the Parti Québécois, Pierre Karl Péladeau has returned to Quebecor as its CEO. PKP says he's very pleased to be back at Quebecor.
"16.02.2017 13:07:01" Hockey Inside/Out "There's no crying in hockey," Chris Nilan says. He wasn't talking about an emotional Marc Bergevin, so find out why the waterworks came up during our panel's discussion on today's HI/O show: https://youtu.be/3kL0JhccpU8
"16.02.2017 11:46:19" montrealgazette.com Andrew Coyne: Hysteria from Conservatives over harmless motion on Islamophobia Motion 103 is not a bill: it is an expression of opinion, of no legal force or effect. It does not call for any ban or restriction on speech of any kind Of late conservatism has become a series of dares, Andrew Coyne says.
"16.02.2017 11:45:20" montrealgazette.com While you were sleeping: The loss of Stuart McLean, #Resist via sport, name change for reconciliation, and the mystery of the disappearing chicken Here's our roundup of the best and brightest stories this morning. A little something to get your day started.
"16.02.2017 11:10:01" Timeline Photos Montreal this morning: A mild day. Today's photo was posted on Instagram by @lolalapirate. http://wp.me/p4Uzqt-427T
"16.02.2017 04:03:20" montrealgazette.com Trudeau arrives in Europe to hail trade pact as countermeasure to isolationism Trudeau landed in Strasbourg that borders Germany in the early morning hours Thursday — a day after Canada and the European Union approved a free trade deal. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrived in Strasbourg, France, hours ahead of what was billed as a historic, confidence-building speech to European lawmakers.
"16.02.2017 02:30:01" montrealgazette.com New details emerge about West-end health chief's hospitals proposal Under Lawrence Rosenberg's scenario, McGill affiliated health institutions would be managed under one board of directors, headed by him. Dr. Lawrence Rosenberg, head of the Central-West Montreal health authority, is proposing what amounts to undoing some of Health Minister Gaétan Barrette's more controversial reforms as he seeks the top job of managing hospitals and clinics in a large
"16.02.2017 01:45:06" youtube.com Bobby Bazini 'C'est La Vie' acoustic performance in NP Music studio Multiplatinum, soul-infused, singer-songwriter Bobby Bazini performs a stripped down 'Cest La Vie' for #NPSessions in the NP Music studio.... Bobby Bazini joined us in the National Post music studio to perform an acoustic version of "C'est La Vie"
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"16.02.2017 01:40:02" montrealgazette.com Les Grands Ballets Canadiens' new director unveils his first season New artistic director Ivan Cavallari unveils his lineup for the 2017-2018 season The Montreal dance world now sees which direction Les Grands Ballets Canadiens' new artistic director will take Quebec's biggest dance company.
"16.02.2017 01:13:06" montrealgazette.com Concordia to host talk on athletes and resistance in the Trump era "The lens of sports allows for a popularizing of conversations that may otherwise just take place in corners." Athletes and sports media personalities are in a unique position, perhaps now more than ever, to either resist the winds of misogyny and racial and religious prejudice, or to fan them, political sportswriter Dave Zirin says.
"16.02.2017 00:58:47" montrealgazette.com Alouettes add nose-tackle Jabar Westerman as GM stockpiles QBs The 6-foot-2, 280-pounder has spent five seasons with the Lions, who selected him second overall in 2012. Kavis Reed, the Alouettes' new general manager, has a simple philosophy when it comes to building a football team — you can never have enough quarterbacks or Canadians.
"16.02.2017 00:44:09" montrealgazette.com Canadiens will 'play as a team,' new coach Claude Julien vows Habs' bench boss said he won't be making changes to the coaching staff this season and will rely on his assistants to help him adjust quickly. Marc Bergevin described Claude Julien as a “salt-of-the-Earth gentleman” and it didn't take long for the new Canadiens coach to show what the general manager meant.
"16.02.2017 00:29:17" montrealgazette.com Heart Institute's technology a 'game-changer' for complex heart defects The electrophysiology operating room at the Montreal Heart Institute is considered Canada's first such lab dedicated to congenital heart diseases. About one per cent of the population is born with a congenital heart defect.
"16.02.2017 00:00:00" montrealgazette.com 'The change had to be made,' Canadiens GM says of coaching switch This marks the 11th coaching change for the Canadiens since Jacques Demers led the club to its 24th Stanley Cup in 1993. As Marc Bergevin's news conference was about to begin Wednesday morning in Brossard, a respected francophone journalist who has covered the Canadiens for decades turned his head slightly and simply said: “un autre.”
"15.02.2017 23:04:32" montrealgazette.com From SI photo shoot to dream date for fan, busy day for Eugenie Bouchard Bouchard being her confident self agreed to date a fan if the hated Patriots mounted a comeback and won the Super Bowl. Tennis player and Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue model Eugenie Bouchard has a date with a fan to Wednesday's Brooklyn Nets game because she lost a Super Bowl bet.
"15.02.2017 22:56:56" montrealgazette.com A bill to protect journalists' sources As recent events in Quebec and elsewhere in Canada amply demonstrate, journalists are vulnerable to often arbitrary and summary treatment concerning search warrants and production orders with regard to confidential sources. This is why a private bill by A private bill by Sen. Claude Carignan, head of the Senate Opposition, represents a good start in filling a void in Canadian law protecting journalists.
"15.02.2017 22:30:50" montrealgazette.com Stuart McLean, bestselling author and host of CBC Radio's Vinyl Cafe, has died In December, McLean announced he was suspending the long-running program to focus on treatment for melanoma McLean was an officer of the Order of Canada and a professor emeritus at Ryerson University in Toronto.
"15.02.2017 21:31:36" montrealgazette.com Memories of Bancroft School: lifelong friendship began in Grade 1, 1942 About 75 alumni, teachers and former staff will attend a gala cocktail on Thursday to celebrate the centenary of the Plateau Mont-Royal elementary school, designed by architect Percy Nobbs. Today Bancroft, part of the English Montreal School Board, is a multicultural school.
"15.02.2017 21:29:36" montrealgazette.com Opinion: Canada's first post-Trump budget faces new realities The most effective way to weather the current protectionist storm is to continue efforts to improve productivity growth in Canada. The Fédération des chambres de commerce du Québec has some advice for the federal government about how to deal with the economic challenges arising from the new U.S. administration.
"15.02.2017 21:05:52" montrealgazette.com Quebec cyclist Hugo Barrette returns to scene of gruesome crash The 25-year-old cyclist from Îles-de-la-Madeleine had crashed in World Cup training in Cali, Colombia, in fall 2015, roaring through a railing at 80 km/h. He'll race in Cali again for the first time this week in a World Cup he said is a victory before he even sets his two wheels on the track.
"15.02.2017 20:01:19" news.nationalpost.com 'My ideal body is ... a sumo wrestler' 'Rather than trying to change other people's minds, I would like to help change the minds of bigger women, to help them feel good about themselves' 'My ideal body is … a sumo wrestler': In super-skinny Japan, Naomi Watanabe is plus-sized and proud. #life
"15.02.2017 19:49:15" montrealgazette.com Kevin Tierney: The hottest chef in the world should check out our No. 1 food specialty An invitation for Casino de Montréal's Joël Robuchon to indulge in a Montreal specialty: the steamé In a letter to Joël Robuchon, Kevin Tierney says: "I have been reflecting on questions you asked about what real local items to have on the menu in your new restaurant at the Casino de Montréal, and I am happy to offer my suggestions. In fact, I feel it's
"15.02.2017 19:01:33" news.nationalpost.com Hong Kong aims to entertain Hong Kong has more skyscrapers than any other city — yes, even more than New York — and it shows off every night with a music and lights party... Hong Kong aims to entertain. #travel
"15.02.2017 18:17:34" montrealgazette.com Adoption groups in Quebec will have to wait for reform, Fournier says Two more pieces of legislation, Bills 98 and 62, need to be studied before MNAs can pass Bill 113, the long-awaited adoption reform. The Couillard government clearly established work priorities for the coming months on Wednesday — and they don't include passing the long-awaited Bill 113 making adoptions more open in the province.
"15.02.2017 18:04:53" montrealgazette.com Rose Cousins broadens musical horizons with Natural Conclusion Is it a breakup album? The Halifax singer-songwriter and Juno winner speaks with T'Cha Dunlevy about her strikingly intimate fourth release. Rose Cousins's fourth album, Natural Conclusion, is out now. She performs Sat., Feb. 18 at 8 p.m. at La Sala Rossa, 4848 St-Laurent Blvd.
"15.02.2017 18:01:46" news.nationalpost.com Spice up your mornings In Golden, Srulovich and Packer share a day in the life of their restaurant, Honey & Co., told through Middle Eastern-inspired recipes for savoury... Spice up your mornings with breakfast treats inspired by the Middle East. #life
"15.02.2017 17:55:02" montrealgazette.com 'Love Actually' update to air on 'Red Nose Day Special' Whatever happened to the characters from "Love Actually"? Plenty of original cast members will appear in this special.
"15.02.2017 17:54:14" montrealgazette.com Metallica's James Hetfield 'livid' over Grammy mishap Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich says lead singer James Hetfield was "livid" over the technical mishap that left him without a working microphone for the band's Grammy duet with Lady Gaga. Hetfield's verses weren't audible for the first half of the Sunday performance of "Moth Into Flame."
"15.02.2017 17:44:47" montrealgazette.com Opinion: Montreal, world's best city for students, must do more to recruit them Government, businesses, universities and citizens must act quickly to build on our strong reputation and attract global talent to Quebec. McGill principal Suzanne Fortier hails Montreal's top score in the new QS cities rankings, but says there is no reason for complacency.
"15.02.2017 17:28:22" montrealgazette.com Emotional Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin discusses coaching change Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin discusses his decision to replace Michel Therrien with Claude Julien "I've always said I will make the best possible decision for the Montreal Canadiens given the situation and that's the reason why I made the decision yesterday," Bergevin said.
"15.02.2017 17:17:03" montrealgazette.com Harrison Ford has run-in with commercial flight The actor is also an experienced pilot, but the FAA is investigating after a small plane Ford was landed on the wrong runway, almost hitting an American Airlines jet "Was that airliner meant to be underneath me?"
"15.02.2017 17:12:58" montrealgazette.com Drake offered to help police talk a suicidal man off a bridge in England, police politely declined The suicide attempt had caused a traffic jam on Saturday, with Drake's tour bus caught in the thick of it.
"15.02.2017 17:11:31" National Post Music Watch Bobby Bazini perform in the National Post music studio.
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"15.02.2017 17:06:21" montrealgazette.com Democracy isn't beat just yet Canada has reached a populism tipping point and Canadians can no longer count themselves immune from the upheavals underway around the world, the global Edelman Trust Barometer revealed this week. You might want to hold off for a while before you load up the pickup truck with boxes of ammo and canned goods and head for the hills.
"15.02.2017 17:02:13" news.nationalpost.com Chicken goes from dull to delicious Eating healthy on a budget and tight schedule means the boneless skinless chicken breast makes frequent appearances on our table Chicken goes from dull to delicious with five-spice blend. #life
"15.02.2017 16:24:09" montrealgazette.com Montreal will be a sanctuary for refugees, Mayor Denis Coderre says Coderre says the declaration would probably be made "next Tuesday" but warned that an open door policy for refugees didn't mean the door wouldn't be watched. This will happen next week, the mayor says.
"15.02.2017 16:22:10" montrealgazette.com Watch: DJ A-Trak on how too much nostalgia can affect a career DJ A-Trak says there was a strong dance scene in Montreal when he was starting his career in the late '90s. The Canadian producer says he always wants to be on the “cutting edge” of music.
"15.02.2017 16:04:24" Hockey Inside/Out Marc Bergevin news conference in Brossard Marc Bergevin's news conference is live.
"15.02.2017 16:02:06" news.nationalpost.com Exploring Jordan's cultural fusion Both the vast, vibrant capital, Amman, and the remote, otherworldly desert landscapes are speckled with artistic masterpieces and profoundly moving... Reminders of harmonious co-existence make a trip to Jordan special. #travel
"15.02.2017 15:47:24" montrealgazette.com Alouettes lose Venable, Brouillete and White to free agency As free agency continues in the Canadian Football League, the Alouettes are starting to lose some of their significant defensive starters – as had been expected. It certainly had become clear in the last few days neither Venable nor Brouillette would be returning to Montreal.
"15.02.2017 15:36:24" montrealgazette.com Montreal was nearly half-done clearing streets when snow started again Another wave of flurries could force boroughs to try to plow and clear snow at the same time, a development that could slow both operations. Keeping streets free of parked cars has helped get the work done.
"15.02.2017 15:34:49" Financial Post Two things that might get changed when Donald J. Trump renegotiates NAFTA with Justin Trudeau
"15.02.2017 14:45:20" montrealgazette.com Damaging leaks target Trump's inner circle Analysis: For a White House that has such a casual and opportunistic relationship with the truth, it's strange that Michael Flynn's 'lie to VP Mike Pence would get him fired. It doesn't add up Republican warns: 'Next it will be Kellyanne Conway'
"15.02.2017 14:39:41" montrealgazette.com Opinion: Getting cut from teams can end kids' participation in sports The first time you get cut from a team sucks. The second time is probably no better, but many kids will not ever bother to try out again. De-selection cuts deep.
"15.02.2017 14:30:03" Wednesday winter storm in Montreal. A walk through downtown.
"15.02.2017 14:21:35" montrealgazette.com Eugenie Bouchard featured in Sports Illustrated's Swimsuit Issue Eugenie Bouchard is among three tennis stars featured in the most recent Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition. While the snow flies, here's something to warm up your day.
"15.02.2017 13:52:46" montrealgazette.com How Rumor the German shepherd came out of retirement to win best in show at Westminster Guess you can teach an old dog new tricks after all.
"15.02.2017 13:18:19" montrealgazette.com EU parliament votes in favour of landmark trade deal with Canada Endorsement of the deal paves the way for it to take provisional effect once the Canadian Senate gives its green light, expected within weeks The agreement with Canada has become a test case for the EU's political credibility and commercial heft.
"15.02.2017 13:18:09" montrealgazette.com Police force speed-limit-respecting fugitive into a snowbank It was a 43-minute police pursuit — but it was anything but hot. Up to three centimetres of snow could have accumulated during this police chase.
"15.02.2017 12:47:25" montrealgazette.com While you were sleeping: Rock royalty, dark animation, the threat of Air Canada, and the beautifully real landscapes of Lithuania Here's our roundup of the best and brightest stories this morning. Here's our roundup of the best and brightest stories this morning.
"15.02.2017 12:21:22" montrealgazette.com Air Canada's plan of attack flies over America When it comes to maintaining domestic air superiority, U.S. carriers should watch the threat growing in their own backyard — or just north of it. Air Canada's full-year 2016 results are expected Friday, and will probably continue a remarkable financial turnaround
"15.02.2017 12:07:16" montrealgazette.com Bystander badly hurt as car swerves to avoid another vehicle A 22-year-old woman waiting at a bus stop in Montreal suffered serious injuries when she was struck by a car trying to avoid another crash. The accident happened when a car stopped suddenly, causing a chain reaction.
"15.02.2017 12:06:41" montrealgazette.com Quebec lawyers, notaries stand firm in walkout After weighing the possibility of ending their general strike, the lawyers and notaries employed by Quebec voted to continue their walk out. The general strike began in October.
"15.02.2017 12:06:12" montrealgazette.com Google, Facebook argue against 'punitive' tax proposal for digital media Proposals for tax changes aimed at helping Canadian publishers fight for revenues with online news aggregators would result in a punitive "tax on advertisers," executives from Google Canada and Facebook Canada told a Commons committee studying the "Long story short, it's essentially a tax on Canadian advertisers," Google Canada says.
"15.02.2017 11:34:22" montrealgazette.com Montreal animator wins Governor General's Award for distinctive vision NFB animator Michèle Cournoyer wins Governor General's Award for her distinctive vision “Ah, artists!” she jokes. “We're all just people."
"15.02.2017 11:27:13" montrealgazette.com Applebaum sentencing arguments to begin Wednesday Applebaum, 54, was convicted, on Jan. 26, on charges related to how he extorted $60,000 in bribes from developers. Applebaum has yet to file an appeal of the judge's decision to convict.
"15.02.2017 11:23:19" montrealgazette.com Arcade Fire to headline 5th edition of KANPE Kanaval Montreal rock band is the featured act of the 5th edition of fundraiser for Haitian relief organization KANPE is a Haitian-style carnival party where attendees are invited to dress up in masks and colourful costumes.
"15.02.2017 11:10:00" Timeline Photos Montreal this morning: More snow, more wind. Today's photo was posted on Instagram by @kapaevo. http://wp.me/p4Uzqt-41VO
"15.02.2017 04:30:00" montrealgazette.com Alouettes find fit in secondary with Lions castoff Ryan Phillips Montreal general manager Kavis Reed was busy on Tuesday. Ryan Phillips, the veteran defensive back, elected to sign a one-year contract Tuesday with the Alouettes as free agency began in the Canadian Football League.
"15.02.2017 04:00:00" montrealgazette.com Class action motion filed over "Pink Tax" The so-called “Pink Tax” refers to discriminatory surcharges on a variety of consumer and personal hygiene products, such as deodorant, for women. A Montreal law firm filed a motion in Quebec Superior Court to launch a class action against eight corporations for what is commonly referred to as an invisible “Pink Tax.”
"15.02.2017 03:30:01" montrealgazette.com Created to improve access, Montreal clinics often turn away patients In a Montreal Gazette survey of 30 clinics carried out over two days, only three clinics were able to take patients without an appointment. If you're in need of some medical attention, good luck finding a doctor in Montreal ready to examine you at a walk-in clinic.
"15.02.2017 02:30:00" montrealgazette.com Montreal named world's best student city City beats out Paris, London and Berlin based on its diversity, affordability and students' perceptions. Montreal has been named the world's best student city, beating out London, Berlin, Boston and Tokyo in a global ranking of 125 cities.
"15.02.2017 02:22:23" Stu Cowan: Valentine's Day heartbreak as Canadiens axe Michel Therrien http://wp.me/p4Uzqt-41WZ
"15.02.2017 01:39:11" montrealgazette.com Opinion: Montreal's ranking as top student city comes at time of opportunity Even with so much going for us, global competition to seize this historic moment and draft a talented team is fierce. Action is needed. Canada, and Montreal in particular, are attractive locations for university students.
"15.02.2017 01:02:05" montrealgazette.com Jack Todd: Claude Julien is the right person to coach the Canadiens The man is one of the most respected coaches in the National Hockey League. He's a winner who doesn't have an arrogant bone in his body. Julien is not a screamer and he won't use Michel Therrien's heavy-handed sarcasm to motivate a player. He's honest, he lets his players know where they stand, he gets the job done.
"15.02.2017 01:00:21" youtube.com Agnes Obel performs 'It's Happening Again' in NP Music studio 'Citizen Of Glass' is the new album from Danish singer/songwriter Agnes Obel. Obel dropped by National Post Music studio to perform the atmospheric... Agnes Obel gives a moving performance in the National Post Music Studio of "It's Happening Again".
"15.02.2017 00:52:42" montrealgazette.com What the Puck: Marc Bergevin did the right thing, but is it enough? I think Marc Bergevin made the right decision firing Michel Therrien, but he is still stuck with the same under-performing players. The Gazette's Brendan Kelly weighs in on today's Habs news.
"15.02.2017 00:33:25" montrealgazette.com Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin swaps foxhole buddies With the Canadiens in a tailspin, the team's general manager relieved Therrien of his duties on Tuesday, which is a polite way of saying he was fired. Pat Hickey reports on today's developments.
"15.02.2017 00:13:15" montrealgazette.com Habs fans weigh in on Therrien firing, Julien hiring Montrealers had mixed reactions to the news Michel Therrien had been fired as coach of the struggling Canadiens and replaced by Claude Julien. With video: “It looks like (the Habs) have no energy. I don't know, they're not trying, they're not forechecking. Most of the players are already back (from injuries) and they're still having problems,” Habs fan Daniel Gaal says in a street interview.
"14.02.2017 23:55:12" Montreal Canadiens fans react to coaching change as Claude Julien takes the reins of slumping team.
"14.02.2017 23:44:30" montrealgazette.com Montreal police, Old Brewery Mission work toward improving ties after police shooting “We're talking about changing a culture of intervention, a culture of relations between the police and the homeless population." The Montreal police say they have taken a step toward improving its relationship with the Old Brewery Mission one month after one of its officers shot and killed a man who used the homeless shelter's services just metres away from where people line up for
"14.02.2017 23:30:00" montrealgazette.com Fifty Shades Darker virtual-reality scene produced by Montreal company The VR scene was produced by Montreal virtual-reality and augmented-reality company 5th Wall Agency. Fifty Shades Darker: The Masquerade Ball is a virtual reality experience that takes you right inside one of the key scenes in the steamy new flick based on the bestselling E.L. James novel of the same name.
"14.02.2017 22:34:35" Do you think Montreal's snow-removal process is effective?
"14.02.2017 22:27:26" montrealgazette.com Allison Hanes: Charles Taylor sees the light on religious garb restrictions Charles Taylor's disavowal of banning religious clothing is a much needed dose of common sense. Well there you have it. After nine years, one of the major proponents of a limited dress code for religious minorities in the name of state secularism has finally recognized it was a pointless idea that has backfired horribly.
"14.02.2017 21:49:55" montrealgazette.com Claude Julien becomes the new coach of the Canadiens, Therrien fired The Canadiens have struggled of late and slipped into fifth place in the Eastern Conference standings. Montreal Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin announced Tuesday afternoon the appointment of Claude Julien as the new head coach of the Canadiens.
"14.02.2017 21:08:04" montrealgazette.com Saskatchewan man guilty of threatening Justin Trudeau in Facebook rants Christopher Hayes has been fined $500, given nine months probation, which includes not attending Trudeau events, and is prohibited from owning firearms for three years. Hayes said on Facebook on March 6 that he was going to shoot Trudeau and in another post on July 8, Hayes wrote that he wouldn't physically harm Trudeau, but said the PM should be shot dead.
"14.02.2017 20:41:12" National Post Music Watch Brad Roberts of Crash Test Dummies perform the popular song, "Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm"
"14.02.2017 20:03:07" montrealgazette.com Premier says no: Gerry Sklavounos denied permission to return to Liberal caucus Sklavounos made his official return to the National Assembly Tuesday, taking part in question period, after months of sick leave. Despite being cleared last month of sexual assault allegations, the MNA has been denied re-entry into the Liberal caucus.
"14.02.2017 20:00:53" montrealgazette.com Dan Delmar: Maverick Maxime Bernier unites parts of Quebec and of the West To win the Conservative leadership, Maxime Bernier must first overcome the celebrity of star candidate Kevin O'Leary. Maxime Bernier's brand of libertarianism provides an interesting twist to this leadership race, as it demonstrates that many Quebecers and other Canadians share a fair amount of common ground, Dan Delmar says.
"14.02.2017 19:40:28" montrealgazette.com RCMP detain 4 more who illegally crossed U.S. border into Quebec The RCMP are confirming they arrested four people who crossed illegally into Quebec Tuesday near the Vermont border. The Canada Border Services Agency says 452 people made a refugee claim at Quebec land border crossings in January.
"14.02.2017 19:09:28" montrealgazette.com He may be 100 years old, but Kirk Douglas explains why he still feels sad Douglas recently published his 12th book, Kirk and Anne: Letters of Love, Laughter, and a Lifetime “I miss Burt Lancaster – we fought a lot, and I miss him a lot. And John Wayne, even though he was a Republican and I was a Democrat.”
"14.02.2017 19:01:41" news.nationalpost.com We'll take Manhattan We've all seen vibrant New York in the movies, but being there is so much better Just have a weekend? Make every New York minute count. #travel
"14.02.2017 18:53:14" montrealgazette.com Îles-de-la-Madeleine water crisis could have been avoided Major water-main breaks on the central island of the Îles-de-la-Madeleine have forced municipal authorities to impose a ban on water use. The mayor says this crisis gives him more fodder to try to convince Quebec they need more money.
"14.02.2017 18:27:16" montrealgazette.com Pointe-Claire alerts citizens of coyote sightings The city also provided some tips as to what you should do if you cross paths with a coyote. There have been at least two sightings in recent weeks, according to a Pointe-Claire city spokesperson.
"14.02.2017 18:15:07" driving.ca Your Corner Wrench: Don't be fuel-ish with fuel additives Fuel additives make a lot of promises, but for most vehicles on the road, they're hardly worth it driving.ca: Depending on what you drive, fuel additives probably aren't worth the effort. #autos
"14.02.2017 18:01:55" news.nationalpost.com 'It's not just set-it-and-forget-it' Is it seasoned correctly? Could it use something else? Is it good enough? Improving your skills in the kitchen comes down to asking questions, chef... Why elevating your home cooking takes more than just following a recipe. #life
"14.02.2017 17:02:18" news.nationalpost.com Impossible to forget the Alamo The Alamo is the most visited historical site in Texas and in July 2015 gained UNESCO World Heritage Site status, along with four other missions... It's impossible to forget the Alamo, the most visited historical site in Texas. #travel
"14.02.2017 16:55:55" montrealgazette.com Montreal snow-clearing officials keep close eye on weather forecast Authorities are keeping their eyes on the weather report to see if another snowfall will force them to change gears. That's right. There's more coming.
"14.02.2017 16:42:51" montrealgazette.com Quebec mosque shooting: Premier promises to do more for minorities Speaking to reporters before his party's caucus meeting, Couillard said Quebec City's mosque shootings have spurred his government into action. After saying no to violence, hate and exclusion, Quebec must follow suit with actions, Couillard says.
"14.02.2017 16:28:21" montrealgazette.com Alouettes re-sign Nicolas Boulay and Kyle Graves Both players sign two-year deals with the Als, avoiding free agency The deals come just before the CFL free-agent window opens at noon on Tuesday.
"14.02.2017 16:06:30" montrealgazette.com Keyboard Kimura: UFC 208 leaves viewers cold UFC 208 is going to end up being remembered as one of the more disappointing pay-per-view events in the company's history. Even before the action hit the Octagon there was a sense that this card was going to underwhelm.
"14.02.2017 16:04:19" montrealgazette.com Playboy magazine reverses position, brings back photographs of naked women after year-long ban Nudity is back in the fold for 63-year-old publication, now under the creative direction of founder Hugh Hefner's 25-year-old son. “Nudity was never the problem because nudity isn't a problem,” Cooper Hefner wrote. “Today we're taking our identity back and reclaiming who we are.”
"14.02.2017 16:02:02" news.nationalpost.com A chocolate gift that's also good for the heart This bark is easy to make, with just four easy-to-find ingredients Give your Valentine a delectable chocolate gift that's also good for the heart. #life
"14.02.2017 15:35:34" Financial Post Will I be charged when taking money out of an RRSP or TFSA?
"14.02.2017 15:23:10" montrealgazette.com Braid: Trump was civil, Trudeau masterful. Is it all a dream? U.S. President Donald Trump says the trade relationship with Canada will only be "tweaked." The trouble is a little tweak in America can be a powerful thump in Canada. Only 18 per cent of America's foreign trade comes to Canada. Fully 76 per cent of Canada's goes to the U.S.
"14.02.2017 15:17:31" montrealgazette.com Quebec health care: Abolishing user fees tip of the iceberg On Jan. 26, the Quebec regulation abolishing medical user fees came into effect, bringing the province in line with federal legislation outlined in the Canada Health Act (CHA). Opinion: With the decision to ban user fees, the Quebec government is finally doing the right thing – not to mention the legal one, and other provinces should take notice.
"14.02.2017 15:12:04" ottawacitizen.com Skyvington: Canada needs an 'Arab Spring' in health care Even if I live for another 20 or 25 years, it's unlikely I'll be around to witness the kinds of changes our health-care system so desperately needs. Opinion: Medicare belongs to us, not the politicians
"14.02.2017 14:35:27" montrealgazette.com Longueuil seek suspect in hotel robbery While the sighting has yet to be confirmed, about 15 guests at the hotel have been confined to their rooms. We will update this story as information becomes available.
"14.02.2017 14:33:01" montrealgazette.com Grammy-winning Chance the Rapper playing Bell Centre May 25 Fresh off his Grammy wins including Best new artist and Best rap album, Chicago's Chance the Rapper has announced a North American tour this spring. Tickets go on sale today at 7 p.m.
"14.02.2017 14:30:45" montrealgazette.com CAE reports higher net income for third quarter CAE reported net income of $69.3 million or 25 cents per share in the third quarter compared to $56.9 million or 21 cents per share at the same time last year. Another good quarter for Montreal's CAE
"14.02.2017 14:25:59" montrealgazette.com Times have changed, Charles Taylor says of reasonable accommodation “Don't open the wounds again. Let's make full room for reconciliation.” “The new 'we' in Quebec is much larger … the days when a part of our society, even the majority, can act without considering its marginalized minorities is past.”
"14.02.2017 14:02:12" montrealgazette.com Half-brother of Kim Jong Un murdered in Malaysia by female agents with poison needles: reports Kim Jong Nam, the oldest son of Kim Jong Il, fell into disgrace in the early 2000s after he was caught in Japan on a fake passport trying to go to Tokyo Disney If true, it will make another surprising twist in the tales of North Korea's leadership.
"14.02.2017 13:59:46" montrealgazette.com ABC and People teaming up for documentary on Princess Diana NEW YORK, N.Y. - Princess Diana will be the subject of a four-hour documentary miniseries airing on ABC this August. The program will mark the 20th anniversary of Diana's death.
"14.02.2017 12:57:46" montrealgazette.com Toshiba chairman resigns over huge nuclear business loss Toshiba Corp.'s chairman resigned Tuesday after the company logged such massive losses in its nuclear business that it must sell its lucrative… He bowed deeply at a news conference to apologize for "troubling investors and stakeholders."
"14.02.2017 12:56:22" montrealgazette.com Cannabis industry opposes call for plain packaging and bans on advertising Garfield Mahood has spent 30 years fighting for the Canadian government to require plain packaging for cigarettes. The aim is to strip the industry's ability to attach "sophistication and allure" to its products.
"14.02.2017 12:38:37" montrealgazette.com Finance Minister Carlos Leitao plans to play it safe in Quebec budget Quebecers hoping for a tax break had better manage their expectations, as Carlos Leitao predicts he'll be playing it safe in the budget. Leitao said it was suggested he adopt a cautious approach to the province's finances.
"14.02.2017 12:33:41" montrealgazette.com Longueuil bus assault suspect turns himself in A 22-year-old Brossard man is facing a charge of assault after Longueuil police made public a surveillance camera recording of the Jan. 17 attack aboard a Longueuil transit authority (RTL) bus. Police had released a video of the alleged assault.
"14.02.2017 12:22:09" montrealgazette.com While you were sleeping, Valentine's edition: Love is … a scam, a drug run, banned, and the perfect occasion to take vitamins Here's our roundup of the best and brightest stories this morning. You're gonna love this.
"14.02.2017 11:24:56" montrealgazette.com RCMP educates future educators on dangers of human trafficking “There are cases where girls had to be escorted to the bathroom because they were were performing sexual acts on boys (in exchange for money) inside their own schools” Future teachers are being taught about how young women and teens are recruited to work as prostitutes, so they'll know what to watch for in their classrooms.
"14.02.2017 11:10:01" Timeline Photos Montreal this morning: Colour it red and white. Today's photo was posted on Instagram by @quasisnufkin. http://wp.me/p4Uzqt-41L0
"14.02.2017 04:27:27" montrealgazette.com Trump's national security adviser Michael Flynn resigns His departure upends Trump's senior team after less than one month in office. President Donald Trump's embattled national security adviser Michael Flynn resigned late Monday night.
"14.02.2017 04:13:59" montrealgazette.com Lance Armstrong loses bid to halt $100 million lawsuit The lawsuit was filed by Armstrong's former U.S. Postal Service teammate Floyd Landis. A federal judge on Monday refused to block the government's $100 million lawsuit against Lance Armstrong, putting the former cyclist on course for trial in a 2010 case stemming from his performance-enhancing drug use.
"14.02.2017 02:55:43" montrealgazette.com Kevin O'Leary tests his French skills during bilingual debate An unofficial federal Conservative leadership debate in Pointe-Claire put candidate Kevin O'Leary's French skills to the test. So? Can Kevin O'Leary speak French? The curious turned out in droves for the Conservative leadership debate at the Holiday Inn Pointe-Claire, on Monday.
"14.02.2017 02:42:35" montrealgazette.com Highway closures overnight for snow removal Highway 40 heading east will be closed from the Cavendish Blvd. exit (No. 64) to the Langelier Blvd. exit from 10:30 p.m. on Monday until 5:30 a.m. Tuesday. Snow removal will force the closure of Montreal-area highways overnight.
"14.02.2017 01:00:01" montrealgazette.com Sir Winston Churchill Pub marks 50th anniversary – minus some characters who made it a landmark There was nothing like it on the anglo bar front in town. Lunches turned into happy hours into dinners into late nights. It is a bittersweet anniversary for some: the Sir Winston Churchill Pub celebrates its 50th birthday this year, but, sadly, those habitués who made this Crescent St. complex a local landmark have long since passed on.
"14.02.2017 00:41:32" montrealgazette.com Alouettes GM Kavis Reed prepares to roll dice in free agency “If we allow you to go to market, we already have a contingency plan to replace you,” first-year general manager says. Kavis Reed, the Alouettes' new general manager, appears fully prepared to let many of the team's significant defensive starters hit the free-agent market Tuesday at noon to determine their value.
"14.02.2017 00:16:35" montrealgazette.com Les Glorieux morph into Les Misérables A trade is important on several levels, the most important being the need to plug a hole or two and upgrade the talent. The standings show this team is in first place in the Atlantic Division, but the reality is that the Canadiens are in danger of missing the playoffs, with Ottawa, Toronto and Boston all making inroads during the past two months.
"14.02.2017 00:00:00" montrealgazette.com Alouettes re-sign key defenders Kyries Hebert, Nicolas Boulay The club still has many potential Canadian Football League free agents who are expected to test the market beginning at noon on Tuesday. Although he's 36 years old, Alouettes linebacker Kyries Hebert continues to defy Father Time.
"13.02.2017 23:54:03" montrealgazette.com Playboy magazine reverses position, bringing back nudity SAN FRANCISCO - Naked women are back in Playboy magazine, ending a year-old ban on the nudity that made the magazine famous. Playboy celebrated the reversal on Twitter and Facebook with the hashtag #NakedIsNormal.
"13.02.2017 23:39:09" montrealgazette.com Corporate Canada takes comfort after Trump talks of 'outstanding trade relationship' CALGARY - The sigh from the C-Suite was one of relief as Canadian business leaders took comfort Monday in the positive tone on trade struck by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and President Donald Trump. From the forestry industry to the automotive sector to the oilpatch, Corporate Canada kept a close eye on the first one-on-one meeting between Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and President Donald Trump, parsing every word they uttered for clues on the
"13.02.2017 23:35:15" montrealgazette.com Growing group of Tory leadership hopefuls oppose move to have House of Commons denounce Islamophobia The opposition to the anti-Islamophobia motion is likely to play well with a Conservative base that, according to several polls, is more wary of Muslim immigrants than other groups of voters The interim leader of the party, Rona Ambrose, is also likely to vote against the motion, which will be debated Wednesday, as she accuses the Liberals of purposefully trying to sow division in her party with the initiative.
"13.02.2017 23:26:46" montrealgazette.com Nuit Blanche taps into spirit of Expo 67 In a year replete with events marking Montreal and Canada's respective anniversaries, Nuit Blanche is looking to another historic milestone – 50 years since Expo 67 – for thematic inspiration. The … The 14th edition of the city's annual late-night party on March 4 will feature 200 mostly free activities, including a number fuelled on nostalgia and civic pride.
"13.02.2017 23:25:52" montrealgazette.com Nuit Blanche taps into spirit of Expo 67 The 14th edition of the city's annual late-night party on March 4 will feature 200 mostly free activities, including a number fuelled on nostalgia and civic pride. In a year replete with events marking Montreal and Canada's respective anniversaries, Nuit Blanche is looking to another historic milestone – 50 years since Expo 67 – for thematic inspiration.
"13.02.2017 23:00:00" montrealgazette.com Fed-up parents launch advocacy group: Autism Coalition of Quebec The provincial government has yet to table its autism action plan, one year after a public forum was held. In Quebec, once children with autism start school, they no longer qualify for publicly funded therapy.
"13.02.2017 22:47:03" National Post Music A powerful cover of Metallica's "Nothing Else Matters" by Apocalyptica in the National Post Music Studio.
"13.02.2017 21:56:12" montrealgazette.com Opinion: Why Europe is warning of Pax Americana's end The “liberal world order” – another name for Pax Americana – may be finished says Leonid Bershidsky. Last year, the global security establishment was mildly worried about a growing U.S. disengagement overseas. This year, the worry has given way to a realization that new security arrangements are needed.
"13.02.2017 21:39:08" montrealgazette.com Opinion: Naming of Tamara Thermitus to human rights post is welcome While her appointment is something to celebrate, complacency would be misplaced. Much greater diversity is needed. Yvonne Sam asks, with Tamara Thermitus's appointment, "have black Quebecers seen the last of the past, and does this herald a new cast? Or will this, as welcome as it is, be seen as a mere sop?"
"13.02.2017 21:29:48" montrealgazette.com Apple Inc shares hit record close as investors remain optimistic about the next iPhone Analysts are predicting a further gain in Apple shares in the next year, based on the average 12-month target price of US$142.58 The stock climbed to US$133.29 at the close in New York, the highest on record.
"13.02.2017 21:24:49" National Post Music Kirty performs an unplugged version of 'That's Not Me' in the National Post Music studio.
"13.02.2017 21:23:16" montrealgazette.com Coworking spaces in Montreal: Plenty of options for digital nomads and other entrepreneurs Need a place to work in Montreal today? Here's a guide to the evolving range of options available, from coworking spaces to private meeting rooms to cafés. With more and more people choosing to work outside of traditional offices, savvy entrepreneurs have met the demand with innovative coworking spaces and work-oriented cafés across the city.
"13.02.2017 20:42:25" montrealgazette.com Opinion: Let's keep electoral reform on the table Justin Trudeau donned the cape of progressive politics when he needed it for his campaign, but when things didn't go his way, he pulled the plug. Do you think we need to change the current first-past-the-post electoral system? If so, to what?
"13.02.2017 20:03:18" business.financialpost.com In search of super athletes: How Jose Bautista and MLB see technology... From iPads to wearables, the Toronto Blue Jays' right-fielder told the Post that tech is being used more often as every player statistic is placed... From iPads to wearables, the Toronto Blue Jays' right fielder says that tech is being used more often as every player statistic is placed under the microscope. #business #tech
"13.02.2017 20:00:55" news.nationalpost.com The 'Jackie Look' has never gone out of style From Angelina to Natalie to Melania, celebrities are still influenced by the former first lady's enduring elegance The 'Jackie Look' has never gone out of style. #life
"13.02.2017 19:40:39" montrealgazette.com Andre The Giant set for big upcoming documentary on HBO The tall tales and colossal career of Andre the Giant will be told in an upcoming HBO documentary. It will explore Andre's upbringing in France, his celebrated career in WWE and his forays in the entertainment world that included a role in "The Princess Bride."
"13.02.2017 19:04:34" montrealgazette.com Snow shovelling in Quebec: Heavy snowfall increases risk of heart attack, study says A new Quebec study has calculated the odds of the risk of dying from a heart attack following a heavy snowfall, and in fact, it's higher. The study suggests the increased risk of hospital admission or death due to a heart attack was primarily among men.
"13.02.2017 19:00:38" news.nationalpost.com You say tomato, Oprah says soup Tomato soup is rich and honest, Oprah Winfrey says in her cookbook, Food, Health and Happiness: 115 on-point recipes for great meals and a better life You say tomato, Oprah says soup. #life
"13.02.2017 18:41:48" montrealgazette.com Canadian shoe designer John Fluevog opening second Montreal location The Montreal store that opens on Feb. 18 will be at 180 St-Paul W. in Old Montreal, joining the St-Denis St. location in the city. Fluevog's unique designs are sought the world over and have been worn by Beyonce and Lady Gaga.
"13.02.2017 18:32:02" montrealgazette.com Beyoncé may have lost Album of the Year to Adele, but she easily won the night Her show-stopping performance was in reference to the African, Hindu and Roman goddesses who define womanhood, concluding to a standing ovation After announcing last week that she is pregnant with twins with husband Jay-Z, who already share five-year-old daughter Blue Ivy, Beyoncé made her first public appearance, proudly showing off her pregnancy in an emotional performance ruminating on
"13.02.2017 18:30:15" news.nationalpost.com Grammy fashion moments Though unusually staid, fashion-wise, the Grammys had a few memorable moments Grammy fashion moments: From Lady Gaga in 'that bolero top' to Adele in Givenchy, twice. #life
"13.02.2017 18:01:25" news.nationalpost.com Global guide to romance A global guide to romance — from restaurants to boat rides to chartered planes — just in time for Valentine's Day Global guide to romance: Perfect dates in 13 cities around the world. #travel
"13.02.2017 17:30:14" news.nationalpost.com Finger-licking good A design secret could make food taste better and encourage "more mindful" eating habits, according to design studio Michel/Fabian Finger-licking good: A cutlery design secret could make food taste better. #life
"13.02.2017 17:15:55" montrealgazette.com WestJet announces 105 new flights a week from Montreal, Quebec City For the first time, WestJet will fly between two cities in Quebec, with four daily flights between Montreal and the provincial capital beginning June 15. The airline says this represents a 74 per cent increase in service for Quebec.
"13.02.2017 17:07:57" montrealgazette.com A month after shutdown, only one new Azur métro train back in service On Monday, Montreal's transit authority announced that it has found another problem that has to be fixed. After two weeks of “carrying out corrective work on the tracks and carefully investigating them, the STM has found that portions of the Orange Line tracks had a (rough) surface created by the interaction between the tracks and Azur's negative pickup
"13.02.2017 16:59:08" montrealgazette.com Murder trial continues for N.D.G. man accused of killing his girlfriend in 2013 The murder trial of Michael Gero, accused of killing his 19-year-old girlfriend in their Notre-Dame-de-Grâce apartment, resumed Monday with testimony from the couple's next door neighbour, wh… Michael Gero's neighbour testified today, saying he saw Gero in their hallway covered in blood.
"13.02.2017 16:55:25" montrealgazette.com Fuller: It's never too soon to dread Valentine's Day Ironically, when you're in love and excited about it, you don't need Valentine's Day. Every day is Valentine's Day. That's why Valentine's Day only works for three years. It is relevant only when you're falling in love (year one), when you're... "The deadline looms. But nothing is less romantic than someone telling you to be romantic. It's like everyone is planning on being taller for a day in February and you're forced to think of ways to join them."
"13.02.2017 16:51:55" montrealgazette.com Bail denied for youth charged with killing N.D.G. teen Darius Brown A young man charged with killing 17-year-old Darius Brown has been denied bail and will remain detained during his trial. Youth Court Judge Dominique Wilhelmy ruled on Friday that keeping the accused in detention is in the public interest.
"13.02.2017 16:31:40" montrealgazette.com The high-stakes handshake: Justin Trudeau meets Donald Trump at the White House Trudeau and his senior cabinet ministers have one overarching goal: keep Canada out of the president's protectionist trade crosshairs. Trump and Trudeau were both smiling and appeared to greet each other warmly as they shook hands at the door to the West Wing before the president ushered the prime minister inside.
"13.02.2017 16:30:45" news.nationalpost.com Sweet treats for Valentine's Day Whether it's the finishing touch on a romantic dinner, or a sweet something for family, friends or colleagues, home-baked goodies are sure to be... Sweet treats for Valentine's Day. #life
"13.02.2017 16:17:31" montrealgazette.com Arcade Fire announces European tour dates, keeps fans guessing about album release Arcade Fire fanned the speculation about the release of a new album Monday as the Montreal band announced tour dates in Europe this summer. The tour kicks off June 3 in Barcelona at the P… Keep your eyes peeled: Arcade Fire has been dropping hints about a new record.
"13.02.2017 16:01:24" news.nationalpost.com Plenty of celeb sightings in Antigua Nancy Truman: We plebs juggle plastic cups of rum punch or the Captain's Special, eager to snap photos of a place most of us will never step foot in There may be plenty of celeb sightings in Antigua, but whatever you do, don't mention it. #travel
"13.02.2017 15:25:29" montrealgazette.com Pilot error caused St-Lazare plane crash that killed 2, coroner finds A Quebec coroner has concluded that pilot error was the reason for a crash that left an Ottawa couple dead when their ultra-light aircraft hit the ground just short of the St. Lazare airport in May… The crash killed the pilot and his wife, a couple from Ottawa.
"13.02.2017 14:46:36" montrealgazette.com Tim Hortons parent Restaurant Brands International doubled earnings as fast food giant added hundreds of restaurants globally 85 new Tim Hortons were opened in Canada, 26 in the U.S. and 11 internationally, while Burger King grew by 57 locations in North America and 438 globally The parent company of Tim Hortons and Burger King doubled its fourth quarter earnings and grew sales across its businesses as the global fast food giant added an increasing number of new restaurants to its network.
"13.02.2017 14:31:04" montrealgazette.com Metallica hitting Montreal July 19 at Parc Jean-Drapeau California metal heavyweights Metallica are playing Parc Jean-Drapeau Wednesday, July 19 as part of the North American leg of their WorldWired Tour. Tickets go on sale Friday.
"13.02.2017 14:27:21" montrealgazette.com While you were sleeping: Has Adele said 'Hello' to married life?; Disney just got more expensive A Christmas wedding of the pair was rumoured in British tabloids, but nothing official was announced. The singer gestured toward longtime partner Simon Konecki Sunday night, saying “my husband and my son, you're the only reason I do it.”
"13.02.2017 13:07:24" montrealgazette.com Montreal this morning: Prepare for a slow commute A quick look at the day ahead. We'll see "local blowing snow" with 30 km/h wind gusting to 50, so brace yourselves for a slower-than-usual commute to work if you are driving.
"13.02.2017 13:06:48" montrealgazette.com 50 years of Aislin: Cartoon of Pope John Paul II was a surprise hit This 1978 sketch of a polka-playing pontiff was just okay, in my opinion. But it won a National Newspaper Award and is now hanging in the Vatican. One slow news day in 1978, the only development with cartoon potential was the election of a Polish pope.
"13.02.2017 12:40:00" montrealgazette.com Montrealers dig out after 25 centimetres of snow blankets city As Montreal awakens from a 25-centimetre weekend dump of snow it will need two things: patience and a shovel. Heading out of town by air today? You might want to check with your airline before heading to the airport.
"13.02.2017 11:10:02" Timeline Photos Montreal this morning: Prepare for a slow commute. Today's photo was posted on Instagram by @lltphotographie. http://wp.me/p4Uzqt-41BJ
"13.02.2017 05:19:05" montrealgazette.com Adele sweeps the 59th Annual Grammy Awards The year's biggest frontrunner, Beyoncé, led with nine nominations for her album Lemonade, but it was Adele who owned the night, winning the ceremony's biggest awards The biggest and longest night in music went down Sunday with the 59th Annual Grammy Awards at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
"13.02.2017 05:00:22" montrealgazette.com It's not the schedule's fault, it's ours, Pacioretty says For the past two weeks, the Canadiens have looked like a team in need of a rest. But as the team embarked on a mid-winter break they look like they will heading for extended vacation in the spring. They have one win in their last seven games and had a loss after also losing 4-2 to St. Louis Saturday at the Bell Centre.
"13.02.2017 03:41:18" montrealgazette.com Rask shuts out Canadiens at TD Garden Tuukka Rask got a monkey off his back Sunday as he made 25 saves to lead the Boston Bruins to a 4-0 win over the Canadiens. Habs Game Report: It was Rask's first regular-season win over the Canadiens at TD Garden after going 0-9-3 in his first dozen games.
"13.02.2017 01:50:53" montrealgazette.com The complete list of the 59th Annual Grammy Awards winners, as they unfold The year's biggest frontrunner, Beyoncé, leads with nine nominations for her album Lemonade, while Drake and Rihanna follow with eight nominations each. This post on the Gazette site will update as new winners are announced.
"13.02.2017 01:00:17" youtube.com Arkells "Come to Light" in-studio NP Music Arkells perform an acoustic version of "Come to Ligh't" in the NP Music studio. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/nationalpostmusic Follow us on... Arkells perform as acoustic version of "Come to Light" in the #National post Music studio
"13.02.2017 00:53:17" montrealgazette.com Trump, Trudeau to discuss women in workforce WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will participate in a roundtable discussion about women in the workforce Monday, showing the rising policy influence of the first daughter who has stressed her commitment to issues like A White House official said the two countries would launch a new task force called the United States Canada Council for the Advancement of Women Business Leaders-Female Entrepreneurs.
"13.02.2017 00:45:31" montrealgazette.com Jack Todd: Snakes who killed Expos to slither away with $1.6 billion Montrealers can thank their lucky stars we were only robbed of a baseball team, while the taxpayers of South Florida are on the hook for a debt load worthy of the Olympic Stadium. Snakes, weasels, skunks — pick your animals. When Forbes reported last week Jeffrey Loria had a deal in principle to sell the Florida Marlins for an astonishing $1.6 billion, Yahoo! baseball writer Jeff Passan went with the striped variety
"13.02.2017 00:15:07" youtube.com The Pack A.D. 'Yes I know' Becky Black of The Pack A.D. performs 'Yes I know' for National Post Music. Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/nationalpostmusic... Becky Black of The Pack AD rocks 'Yes I know' for #NPMusic. https://youtu.be/0kQUu2G3jIw #cdnmusic
"13.02.2017 00:01:40" montrealgazette.com The Latest: David Bowie wins best alternative album LOS ANGELES, Calif. - The Latest on the 59th annual Grammy Awards being presented Sunday at the Staples Center in Los Angeles (all times local): David Bowie's "Blackstar" is the winner of the Grammy for best alternative music album. The late musician captured three Grammys during Sunday's pre-telecast ceremony. This post on the Gazette site will be updated throughout tonight's show.
"12.02.2017 23:45:52" montrealgazette.com CFL free agency might result in different look for Alouettes' defence Last Friday, safety Marc-Olivier Brouillette represented the Alouettes — the only Canadian Football League team for which he has played over seven seasons — at a community-based promotion. But… CFL free agency begins Tuesday at noon and, as of Sunday afternoon, Brouillette was one of many Montreal starters, especially on defence, who remained unsigned.
"12.02.2017 23:42:20" montrealgazette.com Denis Villeneuve's Arrival wins BAFTA award for best sound Though it was nominated in nine categories, Arrival, the science fiction film by Quebec director Denis Villeneuve, picked up only one trophy at the British Academy Film Awards on Sunday. Quebecers&… Quebecers Claude La Haye, Bernard Gariépy Strobl and Sylvain Bellemare won the award for best sound.
"12.02.2017 23:40:45" montrealgazette.com Squeaky Wheels: STM says its Android app can be faulty Commuting questions answered. This week: The STM Android app explained and a new bridge will be built to Île-Bizard.
"12.02.2017 22:27:18" montrealgazette.com Allison Hanes: Making downtown livable for families The new project for the Old Montreal Children's Hospital site doesn't seem very family-friendly. After decades of neglecting the city core as a community where people not only work, eat and shop, but actually live, Montreal is following in the footsteps of Vancouver and Toronto by densifying — rapidly.
"12.02.2017 22:19:03" montrealgazette.com Habs at Bruins, 7:30 p.m.: Five things you should know The Canadiens travel to Boston to play the Bruins on Sunday. The Canadiens are 1-4-1 in their last six games and have seen their lead atop the Atlantic Division shrink to six points over Ottawa.
"12.02.2017 21:42:29" montrealgazette.com Quebec financial firms set up $3.5-million fund to educate on diversity The purpose of the philanthropic fund, which will be supported by Centraide, is to “build inclusive living environments and promote greater openness in young people to diversity in all its forms.” The firms, including several major banks and the Caisse, which is Quebec's pension-fund manager, say they established the Inclusion fund after a mass shooting inside a mosque in Quebec City on Jan. 29 in which six people were killed and 19 injured.
"12.02.2017 21:25:27" montrealgazette.com Single in the city: Unromantic Valentine's Day activities for uncoupled Montrealers The most romantic day on the calendar can be a horrible downer without a main squeeze to snuggle with. Here are some lively options. With this year's Valentine's Day falling on a Tuesday, we're being deprived of the usual à la carte menu of city-wide happenings to fall back on.
"12.02.2017 20:48:30" montrealgazette.com Hearty canoeists take to the ice at Montreal's Old Port More than 40 teams of ice canoeists took to the waters, ice and snow in the Old Port on Sunday in the Défi canot à glace Montréal. The ice canoe race, presented as an event in the city's 375th anniversary celebrations this year, included 200 elite canoeists who were teamed up five to a vessel.
"12.02.2017 19:50:45" montrealgazette.com Jazz legend Al Jarreau dies at 76 The Grammy Award-winning musician, who would have turned 77 in March, died Sunday morning according to TMZ. The news emerges just days after Jarreau announced he was retiring from the road after being hospitalized for exhaustion earlier this month.
"12.02.2017 19:41:13" montrealgazette.com Celine Cooper: Living by the Law of the North is a Canadian value Most Montrealers have stories of being stuck in the snow, but we also have stories of helping each other out. This is the Law of the North: If you see someone struggling and spinning their wheels, don't just walk on by. Lend a hand. Jump the battery. Give them a push. Grab an extra shovel and help dig them out.
"12.02.2017 18:56:53" montrealgazette.com 21 people arrested for illegally crossing border at Emerson, Manitoba 'With the instability and insecurity these people feel in the United States they try to enter illegally, because that's the way to go around that agreement' Police say all of the people asked to make refugee claims and were taken to the Canada Border Services Agency port at Emerson so they could do so.
"12.02.2017 18:54:30" montrealgazette.com Raymond Bachand named special advisor to Quebec for NAFTA renegotiations United States President Donald Trump has made it clear he wants to change the free trade deal and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has signalled he is willing to renegotiate. Former Quebec Finance Minister Raymond Bachand has been named special advisor to the province for the renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement.
"12.02.2017 18:50:08" youtube.com Alan Doyle performs 'So Let's Go' Alan Doyle of Great Big Sea fame is in the National Post Music studio performing the hit, "So Let's Go". Official Anal Doyle website:... Does this song bring back memories?
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"12.02.2017 18:44:41" montrealgazette.com Reports: Putin considers handing over Snowden as a 'gift' to U.S. under Trump Edward Snowden said on Saturday that reports Vladimir Putin was considering handing him over to the U.S. as 'a gift' to Donald Trump was proof that he is not a Russian spy U.S. intelligence is reported to have intercepted evidence of high-level discussions within the Russian government over the potential benefits for Moscow of sending Snowden back to the U.S. to face trial.
"12.02.2017 18:35:36" montrealgazette.com A weekend without water for Turcot neighbours Giovanni Paquin's apartment and about 20 others at the corner of Girouard Ave. and St-Jacques St. have been without water for more than 48 hours. Giovanni Paquin has endured construction noise at all hours, the stench of an open sewer and the closure of main streets around his home.
But in the last few days, an unbearable situation has become even worse, as his and about 20 other apartments at the
"12.02.2017 18:35:34" montrealgazette.com Dramatic increase in people having Canadian citizenship revoked since Trudeau elected Controversy continues over a Liberal promise to repeal a Harper-era act that lets the government revoke the citizenship of dual nationals convicted of serious crimes Dspite Liberal pledges that “a Canadian is a Canadian is a Canadian,” since November 2015, an average of 17 people a month have received notice that their citizenships will be revoked for misrepresentation or fraud — and none of them has been allowed a
"12.02.2017 18:29:54" montrealgazette.com 'Lego Batman' dominates 'Fifty Shades Darker' at box office LOS ANGELES, Calif. - The family-friendly "Lego Batman Movie" has proved to be more of a draw than "Fifty Shades Darker" at the box office. Studio estimates Sunday say the "Lego Movie" spinoff took in a strong $55.6 million U.S. over the weekend, while the "Fifty Shades" sequel pulled in $46.8 million.
"12.02.2017 18:17:47" montrealgazette.com North Korea test-fires missile, apparently challenging Trump After receiving word of the launch, Trump stood at his south Florida estate with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who called the move 'intolerable' In an implicit challenge to President Donald Trump, North Korea appeared to fire a ballistic missile early Sunday in what would be its first such test of the year.
"12.02.2017 18:10:57" montrealgazette.com Canadian ski legend Erik Guay wins second world alpine medal in four days The 35-year-old took silver in men's downhill at the world championships on Sunday, after winning gold in super-G last week The medal comes just four days after the pride of Mont-Tremblant became the oldest man to ever win a world alpine title with gold in super-G.
"12.02.2017 18:10:26" montrealgazette.com Opinion: Facebook doesn't replace the newspaper Curated news helps us digest the world in a way random information does not. Opinion: Facebook's newsfeed is not the window to the world that the newspaper used to be.
"12.02.2017 17:46:18" montrealgazette.com Conservatives offer support to Trudeau ahead of meeting with Trump Interim leader Rona Ambrose has sent a letter to Trudeau calling for bipartisan efforts in building a relationship with the Trump administration The Conservative party is offering support to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau as he prepares to meet with U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday.
"12.02.2017 17:33:29" montrealgazette.com Man dies in highway collision in Gatineau A 50-year-old man was killed when his stalled car was rear-ended early Sunday morning on the eastbound Highway 50 in Gatineau. About 5:55 a.m., the man was in his Toyota Corolla that had stalled in the right lane of Highway 50 when it was struck from behind by an SUV.
"12.02.2017 17:30:56" montrealgazette.com Alouettes trade linebacker Nic Shortill to Tiger-Cats for Frédéric Plesius The Alouettes on Sunday announced the acquisition of Canadian linebacker Frédéric Plesius from the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. In exchange, Montreal sends non-import linebacker Nic Shortill to its East Di… The Alouettes on Sunday announced the acquisition of Canadian linebacker Frédéric Plesius from the Hamilton Tiger-Cats.
"12.02.2017 17:00:00" montrealgazette.com Your Grammys survival guide: Who's playing when, who's winning what The televised event will be hosted on CBS and CityTV. You can also stream it online at CBS All Access (currently offering a one-week free trial) or catch all of the key updates on Twitter via #GRAM… Print out the sheet, make your predictions and see if you've got good taste in music.
"12.02.2017 16:43:23" National Post Music Watch #Juno2017 nominee Coleman Hell in our #NPMusic studio performing an unplugged version of his hit single Fireproof.
"12.02.2017 16:29:53" montrealgazette.com A hastily called news conference caps a surreal day for Trump in South Florida The hastily called news conference at Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate was the third event during Abe's visit Saturday to showcase a Trump property. It was, in many respects, a surreal day in South Florida. It started with President Donald Trump high-fiving Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on a Trump-branded golf course at a morning event that the media was kept from witnessing.
It ended with Trump
"12.02.2017 16:10:31" montrealgazette.com Citizens rally, start petition to save Manon Massé's riding Citizens of the Sainte-Marie-Saint-Jacques provincial riding have started a petition are demonstrating Sunday to stop their district from being eliminated before the next election. A petition in support of keeping Quebec solidaire MNA Manon Massé's riding has more than 8,000 signatures.
"12.02.2017 15:34:00" montrealgazette.com Quebec high-school finance course 'concocted by the banks,' according to unions A proposed personal finance course for Quebec high-school students is pitting teachers' unions against the government and a financial industry that want people to be more comfortable managing… A proposed high school course on financial education is facing resistance from Quebec teachers' unions.
"12.02.2017 14:52:53" montrealgazette.com Jill Barker: Are cross-country skiers the fittest of all athletes? “It's not unusual for cross-country skiers to compete at 95 per cent of their maximum heart rate” “It's not unusual for cross-country skiers to compete at 95 per cent of their maximum heart rate,” said Jessica Krysk, the exercise physiologist for the Canadian National Cross Country Ski Team.
"12.02.2017 14:05:56" montrealgazette.com From the archives: Drapeau chastised at an anti-conscription rally This story was first published on Feb. 13, 2005, in the Montreal Gazette “Broken glass from store and street car windows littered sections of the city this morning while 18 prisoners rested i… “Broken glass from store and street car windows littered sections of the city this morning while 18 prisoners rested in the cells, and eight police officers, including two captains, nursed wounds caused during rioting which broke out during and following
"12.02.2017 13:34:27" montrealgazette.com ICYMI: The Montreal Gazette's Top Five stories of the week, Feb. 5-11 Lose track of things? Here are the top five local stories our readers were taking in: 1. Montreal General Hospital closes chronic-care unit for lack of funds The McGill University Health… Busy week? Catch up on our top five stories here.
"12.02.2017 04:01:38" montrealgazette.com There's a sense of desperation in the Montreal camp All the signs point to Brendan Gallagher returning to the Canadiens lineup for Sunday's game against the Bruins in Boston. In the Habs' Room: The Canadiens are 1-4-1 in their last six games.
"12.02.2017 03:08:56" montrealgazette.com Montreal's division lead is shrinking after loss to Blues The Canadiens came from behind twice, but there was no miracle finish in the third period as the St. Louis Blues held on for a 4-2 victory Saturday. Habs Game Report: The loss was the fifth in the last six games (1-4-1) and Montreal's lead stop the Atlantic Division is down to six points over the Senators.
"12.02.2017 03:00:30" montrealgazette.com Canada's ender wage gap is nearly twice global average "The challenges they are likely to face include the gender wage gap, slower rates of promotion than men, lesser access to "hot" jobs," says Catalyst Canada's Tanya van Biesen. Women in Canada earn $8,167 less than their male counterparts in their first post-MBA job, while the global wage gap is $4,600.
"12.02.2017 02:00:00" montrealgazette.com Woman reaching for hat plunges 9 metres to her death Jenny Santos of Kearny was trying to retrieve a hat dropped by her twin sister while the two were on an escalator at about 5:30 a.m. when she reached too far over the railing and tumbled over the edge. The 29-year-old New Jersey woman was on the escalator inside the famed World Trade Center transit hub known as the Oculus.
"12.02.2017 01:57:17" National Post Music Watch Canadian band Metric in our National Post Music Studio performing their hit song "Lie Lie Lie".
"12.02.2017 01:45:00" montrealgazette.com McMorris edges Bromont's Parrot for gold in big air Snowboarder Mark McMorris edged fellow Canadian Max Parrot for the gold medal at a big air World Cup event on Saturday Big air will make its Olympic debut next year in Pyeongchang, South Korea.
"12.02.2017 01:30:00" montrealgazette.com Love for the Weeknd? Five Canadian things to watch for at Grammys Big questions abound for Sunday's Grammy Awards show as the music industry celebration gets underway in a tempestuous political climate. Even though Drake and Justin Bieber are vying for major Grammy awards neither is expected to show up.
"12.02.2017 01:00:05" montrealgazette.com Cats at the Westminster dog show? Sort of, in a first Dogs from petite papillions to muscular Rottweilers showed off their four-footed agility Saturday at the Westminster Kennel Club dog show, tackling obstacles from hurdles to tunnels. And next door, so did some decidedly rare breeds for the American dog world's marquee weekend: Cats.
"12.02.2017 00:33:00" montrealgazette.com Drake says he didn't ask woman to remove hijab at concert Drake said his comment about taking off the scarf was nothing more than friendly banter, adding he is well aware of what a hijab is and would never demean anybody wearing one "I'm being utilized in a fake media story."
"12.02.2017 00:00:18" youtube.com Metric 'Lie Lie Lie' Canadian rock band Metric is in-studio singing Lie Lie Lie in the National Post Music studio. Emily Haines, James Shaw, Joshua Winstead, and Joules... Watch Canadian band Metric in our National Post Music Studio performing their hit song "Lie Lie Lie".
"12.02.2017 00:00:01" hockeyinsideout.com Liveblog: St. Louis at Canadiens Canadiens fans paying top dollar to attend home games are usually treated to seeing the first-string goaltender between the pipes. Al Montoya gets the start in net against St. Louis.
"11.02.2017 23:00:00" montrealgazette.com Two CF-18s try to land at closed Florida airport Two CF-18 fighter jets were preparing for a landing at a Florida airport that closed seven years ago, but were warned off by air traffic controllers the facility no longer functional. Oops!
"11.02.2017 22:59:10" montrealgazette.com Big turnout expected at Open Mosque Day in Montreal 14 Montreal mosques will open their doors today to the public, to break bread, build bridges and express condolences for Quebec City victims. "Sometimes people ask about Allah — the god of Muslims. And we say it is specifically stated in the Quran that our god and your god is the same. The god of Jesus and David and Solomon is our god, too.”
"11.02.2017 22:14:09" National Post Music LIGHTS rocks an acoustic version of her hit song "Up We Go"
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"11.02.2017 22:00:02" montrealgazette.com Donald Trump's weird habit of yanking people's hands Whether it's just habit, or a way of asserting his power, Trump has a habit of pulling forcefully on the hand he's shaking. Recently, he's taken part in a few “intense” handshakes — most recently, a bizarre moment with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Friday.
"11.02.2017 19:30:36" montrealgazette.com If Le Pen becomes France's president, Jews who hold dual citizenship will be forced to lose one French Jews who also hold Israeli citizenship will have to give up one of their nationalities if Marine Le Pen, the far-Right candidate, wins the presidential election this spring. The leader of the anti-immigration Front National said she would bar the French from holding the citizenship of countries outside the European Union, except for Russia, which she described as part of “the Europe of nations.”
"11.02.2017 19:24:56" montrealgazette.com The new underground railroad leads to Hemmingford As the U.S. becomes more and more inhospitable, hundreds of people are crossing unmanned border posts every month as the only way to legally claim refugee status in Canada. “These parents are leaving behind everything they have. They don't understand my English or my French, but you just try to communicate with them without scaring the kids,” said one RCMP officer waiting at the Canadian side of the border.
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"11.02.2017 19:15:31" montrealgazette.com 5 things to do in Montreal this weekend: Feb. 10-12, 2017 Ice canoe challenge, winter night bike ride, free Igloofest and a home expo Need something to do this weekend in Montreal? Look no further.
"11.02.2017 17:50:36" montrealgazette.com Windsor school board forbids student trips to United States The current American political climate is too "unsafe" and unpredictable to permit cross-border travel, the local public school board has determined in cancelling all student field trips to the United States. The Windsor public school board is cancelling all student field trips to the United States because the current American political climate is considered too “unsafe” and unpredictable to permit cross-border travel.
"11.02.2017 16:04:27" montrealgazette.com Shelter: Doctor's bright Little Italy condo was once a textile factory Building built decades ago but recently renovated is near her place of work as well as the Jean Talon Market, a favourite hangout of hers. Take a look at this Montreal condo, at one time part of a textile factory.
"11.02.2017 15:36:28" montrealgazette.com Protest planned in Montreal against Trudeau's retreat on electoral reform Protests are planned across the country Saturday against the Trudeau government's decision to not go ahead with the electoral reform promised during the federal election. The protest is set to begin at 2 p.m. near the Jarry Métro station, continuing to Trudeau's Papineau riding office.
"11.02.2017 14:57:13" montrealgazette.com Investigating Donald Trump's weird habit of yanking people's hands in photo ops Trump even took time out to compliment Abe's “strong hands” – or maybe he was just referencing his own. Whether it's just habit, or a way of asserting his power, Trump has a tendency to pull forcefully on the hand he's shaking.
"11.02.2017 14:50:27" montrealgazette.com $60 million Lotto Max jackpot won in Quebec One or more lucky Quebecers won the Lotto Max $60 million jackpot in Friday night's draw. It's the second Lotto Max jackpot won in Quebec this year.
"11.02.2017 14:11:06" montrealgazette.com While you were sleeping: Trump eyes second travel ban as U.K. trip delayed, Quebecer wins big with Lotto Max While you were sleeping is a rundown of overnight headlines to get you started in the morning. President Donald Trump says he might give his refugee and immigration travel ban a second try, either as a revision or as a new order, as he contends with an appeals court ruling that prevents the ban from being enforced.
"11.02.2017 13:36:03" montrealgazette.com Slavery in Quebec: Shedding light on a largely unknown history Black History Month: Through his music and walking tours, rapper and educator Aly Ndiaya — a.k.a. Webster — is working to raise awareness. In Quebec, most people are unaware of the black and native slavery in their province's past. And yet, between 1629 and 1833, there were a reported 4,185 slaves here. Many lived in Quebec City, where they were employed in the homes of wealthy and
"11.02.2017 12:51:36" montrealgazette.com Josh Freed: Justin Trudeau, here's how you deal with Donald Trump It's “Sunny Ways” Justin vs. “Tropical Storm” Donald in the most anticipated U.S.-Canada match-up, since an angry Lyndon Johnson grabbed Prime Minister Lester Person by the shirt collar, then lifted him off the floor. At last, the political showdown the whole world's been waiting for: What happens when Mr. Trudeau Goes To Washington?
"11.02.2017 12:32:20" montrealgazette.com St. Louis Blues at Canadiens, 7 p.m.: Five things you should know The Canadiens snapped a four-game losing streak with a 5-4 overtime win in Arizona Thursday and Max Pacioretty led the offence. The puck drops tonight at 7 p.m.
"11.02.2017 04:00:00" montrealgazette.com Freedom granted to man who beheaded passenger on Greyhound bus A schizophrenic man who was found not criminally responsible for beheading a fellow passenger on a Greyhound bus was granted an absolute discharge Friday. It means he will no longer be subject to any conditions or monitoring to ensure he takes his medication.
"11.02.2017 03:33:23" montrealgazette.com Péladeau will pay fine for leadership race debt Pierre Karl Péladeau, former leader of the Parti Québécois, will pay a fine to the Directeur général des élections du Québec related to the debt he has kept since the leadership race he won in May 2015. Péladeau said he “obviously will not sollicit donations from the public to pay off (his) residual debt.”
"11.02.2017 03:00:00" montrealgazette.com Impact star Piatti says winning, not total goals, is target Ignacio (Nacho) Piatti is not setting a target on how many goals he will get this season, but chances are he will score a lot. The Argentine midfielder has 30 goals in 64 games — many of them spectacular — in a little more than two seasons with the Montreal Impact.
"11.02.2017 02:00:13" montrealgazette.com Syrian refugees in limbo in Lacolle A Syrian mother and her three children spent two whole days inside the Lacolle border crossing over the weekend, in limbo between the U.S. and Canada. “They heard Justin Trudeau on the radio saying Canada would continue to welcome people being excluded under (Donald) Trump's policies and they took it literally, and they came.”
"11.02.2017 02:00:01" montrealgazette.com Checking In: Get back to nature for Valentine's at Kanatha-Aki The Val-des-Lacs nature centre's accommodation options include a teepee in the woods and a hilltop refuge. If lounging on bison skins in front of a fireplace sounds seductive, Kanatha-Aki Nature Centre in the Laurentians might be your ideal Valentine's stop.
"11.02.2017 01:29:45" National Post Music The Dandy Warhols performed 'STYGGO' in our National Post Music Studio.
"11.02.2017 01:00:53" montrealgazette.com The new underground railroad leads to Hemmingford As the U.S. becomes more and more inhospitable, hundreds of people are crossing unmanned border posts illegally every month as the only way to legally claim refugee status in Canada. They are often unprepared for the Canadian winter, however – dressed in thin clothing with no boots or gloves.
"11.02.2017 01:00:01" montrealgazette.com Hickey on Hockey: Canadiens face two key tests before bye week break A rest might be what Price and some of his teammates need, but first they have something to prove this weekend. The Canadiens have two major tests before they enjoy four days away from the rink and they can breathe a sigh of relief after snapping a four-game losing streak with a 5-4 overtime win in Arizona Thursday.
"11.02.2017 00:39:09" montrealgazette.com Sentence reduced for former Outremont mayor Harbour was charged with fraud for billing for English lessons. Quebec's Court of Appeal has overturned the sentence of house arrest ordered for former Outremont mayor Stéphane Harbour and instead reduced his punishment to a conditional discharge along with a one-year probation.
"11.02.2017 00:00:01" montrealgazette.com Vancouver columnist made baseless claims, Quebec says in rebuttal letter to Washington Post Quebec is keeping up its fight with a Vancouver columnist who made a link between Quebec nationalism, language policy and shootings. The province has replied to a Vancouver columnist who claims Quebec is a violent and racist place, saying his opinion is faulty and baseless.
"10.02.2017 23:00:02" montrealgazette.com Love Rabbi makes marriage work in Kosher Love As Valentine's Day approaches, there are two movies in town this weekend that tackle love and relationships — but from entirely different perspectives. Yisroel Bernath maintains marriage is the “greatest thing going — better even than sliced bread.”
"10.02.2017 22:48:55" montrealgazette.com Quebec student athlete says he was denied entry to the United States A Université de Sherbrooke athlete said he was travelling to a weekend competition in Boston on Thursday when he ran into trouble at the Stanstead crossing. A Quebec student athlete says he's not sure why he was denied entry to the United States after a five-hour interrogation in which he was asked about religion and his Moroccan roots.
"10.02.2017 22:30:00" montrealgazette.com 5 things to do in Montreal this weekend: Feb. 10-12 Ice canoe challenge, winter night bike ride, free Igloofest and a home expo. Bonus: Take in the Habs game on Saturday.
"10.02.2017 21:59:57" montrealgazette.com Editorial: Bill 62 is bad enough without adding headgear bans Premier Couillard should resist pressure to ban religious headgear for public employees who wield state authority, like police and judges. One had hoped that the new-found focus on human beings and not their headgear would last more than a few days.
"10.02.2017 21:56:53" montrealgazette.com Snowy Sunday and Monday ahead Colarado low moving to southern Quebec. Environment Canada is forecasting snow and blowing snow for the Montreal area Sunday and Monday that will likely hamper traffic and cause transit delays.
"10.02.2017 21:54:48" montrealgazette.com Don Macpherson: Gerry Sklavounos's lesson for other male politicians Since the Jian Ghomeshi affair, an allegation of sexual harassment, even unproven, is enough to destroy the career of a male public figure. Gerry Sklavounos's political career was already hanging by a thread. After his disastrous news conference on Thursday, the thread is probably broken, Don Macpherson writes.
"10.02.2017 21:47:19" Timeline Photos @eva_budnik (http://instagram.com/eva_budnik) shot this photo for our weekly Instagram challenge. Check out the other contributions for this week's theme over at https://www.instagram.com/explore/tags/mtlfriday_green/. We'll be back with a new theme soon!
"10.02.2017 21:35:04" business.financialpost.com Thinking about buying a home? Here are a few cold, hard facts to chew on To help you navigate one of the largest purchases you'll ever make in your life, here are some answers to commonly asked questions for first-time... First-time home buyer? How do you conquer this daunting feat, given that in big cities, so-called starter castles can cost more than $1-million? #MillennialsAndMoney
"10.02.2017 21:28:13" montrealgazette.com 'Not your grandfather's PQ' Jean-François Lisée says in pitch to Dawson students Jean-François Lisée's message to soon-to-be first-time voters was simple: “Rediscover us; this is not your grandfather's Parti-Québécois.” Old enough to be their grandfather, 58-year-old PQ leader Jean-François Lisée tried to sell the packed Reception Hall at Dawson College Friday on a friendlier, more open PQ, in a clear attempt to try to court young voters in the wake of an internal report
"10.02.2017 21:18:10" montrealgazette.com Alouettes sign defensive end Gabriel Knapton to two-year contract The six-foot-three, 263-pound defensive end is one of the best at his position in the Canadian Football League. The Montreal Alouettes and defensive end Gabriel Knapton have agreed on a new two-year pact, the team announced Friday.
"10.02.2017 21:00:25" news.nationalpost.com La Perla goes outside the bedroom at NYFW The colourful, star-studded show included plenty of silky, negligee-inspired dresses, but much of the line was meant to be worn outside — on a date... Luxury lingerie line La Perla goes outside the bedroom at New York Fashion Week. #life
"10.02.2017 20:00:37" news.nationalpost.com Picnics in the parks of Paris Take in the inspiring scenery and enjoy rose-shaped organic gelato, coffee and other sweets at the Champs Elysées Gardens and Les Tuileries Picnics in the parks of Paris: Five of the most romantic places to break your baguette. #travel
"10.02.2017 19:25:19" business.financialpost.com Trumponomics breaks all the rules, but will it also break the U.S. economy? Donald Trump is content to intervene in the marketplace with his not-so-invisible hands shaking up the global economic order. But a lot of those... Donald Trump is content to intervene in the marketplace with his not-so-invisible hands shaking up the global economic order. But a lot of those ideas have been tried before. #business
"10.02.2017 19:01:08" news.nationalpost.com Unsung destinations Canada is a happening place this year. While Ottawa will be front and centre, there are lots of other cool spots that don't get the attention they... Unsung destinations: Six places you should visit in honour of Canada's 150th anniversary. #travel
"10.02.2017 18:46:19" montrealgazette.com Outrage rains down on McGill student rep who tweeted 'punch a Zionist' — and an offer to do it Igor Sadikov told the National Post that he regretted 'the poorly thought-out format I used to phrase my opposition to Zionism and colonialism' B'nai Brith and the Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs denounced the tweet.
"10.02.2017 18:38:13" National Post Music Watch the Juno nominated Tanika Charles in the #NPMusic studio.
"10.02.2017 18:00:34" news.nationalpost.com Try Alaskan King Crab legs Nothing says indulgence like noshing on some seriously giant Alaskan King Crab legs For date night on the cheap, try Alaskan King Crab legs. #life
"10.02.2017 18:00:22" business.financialpost.com Dual citizenship forces couple to tread carefully on retirement plans Tess's Canadian/U.S. citizen status complicates matters as tax treaties require she file a U.S. tax return and that will cost Family Finance: Tess's Canadian/U.S. citizen status is costing her $3,000 a year in accounting bills alone and she has to pay tax on her Canadian tax free savings accounts #business
"10.02.2017 17:30:14" news.nationalpost.com Chef's Table: Season 3 is coming to Netflix Get ready for some serious culinary inspiration. Chef's Table: Season 3 premieres globally on February 17 The ultimate in culinary inspiration, Chef's Table: Season 3 is coming to Netflix. #life
"10.02.2017 17:10:38" montrealgazette.com Bill Zacharkiw: Argentina expands its palate The country's wineries have developed a taste for diversity in recent years, focusing on what makes each region special. There's a wine revolution happening throughout the country.
"10.02.2017 17:03:03" montrealgazette.com Woods pulls out of next 2 tournaments with back issues Tiger Woods is pulling out of his next two tournaments because of ongoing back problems. Stop if you have heard this before.
"10.02.2017 17:01:18" news.nationalpost.com Fashion world rattled by U.S. election Outrage seemed to steer many menswear designers. It works for some — but not all The fashion world was rattled by the U.S. election — and you can see it on the runway. #life
"10.02.2017 16:47:49" montrealgazette.com Rosie O'Donnell trolls Trump team with Twitter profile pic that looks an awful lot like Steve Bannon Rosie O';Donnell has offered to play the chief strategist after Melissa McCarthy's caustic portrayal of White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer… O'Donnell and Trump have publicly feuded before.
"10.02.2017 16:30:39" news.nationalpost.com Can a veggie burger help fight climate change? The Impossible Burger isn't your run-of-the-mill veggie burger. It's a burger designed for meat lovers. It bleeds like meat, but is made entirely... Can a veggie burger that bleeds and sizzles like meat help fight climate change? #life
"10.02.2017 16:26:03" montrealgazette.com NBA urges its teams to avoid Twitter wars That seems like pretty solid advice.
"10.02.2017 16:08:11" montrealgazette.com That's Snow Moon: Motley mix of comet, lunar eclipse, full snow moon Friday There will be a lot going on in the heavens Friday night, but Quebecers will have only a small window to see the full moon, eclipse, and comet before it starts snowing. Look up. Way up.
"10.02.2017 16:01:07" news.nationalpost.com A guide to celebrating Mardi Gras New Orleans is entering the height of its annual pre-Lenten Carnival season, culminating on Mardi Gras, or Fat Tuesday, which falls on Feb. 28 this... A guide to celebrating Mardi Gras in New Orleans, from the bawdy French Quarter to the parades. #travel
"10.02.2017 13:56:02" montrealgazette.com 'Feminist killjoy' stickers plastered on riding office of MNA Gerry Sklavounos Stickers calling for “justice for victims of sexual assault” have put on the window of the Montreal office of MNA Gerry Sklavounos. The stickers were placed near a photo of Sklavounos at the front of the office on St. Laurent Blvd.
"10.02.2017 13:34:17" montrealgazette.com Dogs of Montreal: Meet Sterling Malory This Chocolate Labrador mix was adopted from the SPCA and has boundless energy. A sterling example of mixed breed.
"10.02.2017 13:26:32" montrealgazette.com Régie du logement resumes publishing rent increase estimates The Régie warns that the calculation table doesn't take into account specific characteristics of every building or dwelling unit. The tool to calculate rent increases has returned.
"10.02.2017 12:53:36" montrealgazette.com Vancouver man missing since 2012 found wandering barefoot 10,000 miles away in the Amazon Anton Pilipa, who had been treated for schizophrenia. apparently walked, hitchhiked, and hid in trucks, surviving by begging and foraging. “I know that I am very lucky to be alive. I am very happy to be able to return to my family.”
"10.02.2017 12:47:28" montrealgazette.com Alan DeSousa to run federally: report Longtime Montreal city councillor and St-Laurent borough mayor Alan DeSousa will announce he will seek a federal seat left vacant by Stéphane Dion, La Presse reported. The seat in question has been left vacant by Stéphane Dion's departure.
"10.02.2017 12:47:22" montrealgazette.com Max Pacioretty 'deserves a lot of credit for that win,' Therrien says Carey Price's struggles continued despite the victory, giving up four goals on 23 shots. He won for only the fourth time in his last 13 games The captain's four-point night includes two goals and an assist on Alex Galchenyuk's overtime winner.
"10.02.2017 12:46:38" montrealgazette.com While you were sleeping: Desperately seeking Canada's worst driver, mates for single farmers, and the safety of children's song foxes Here's our roundup of the best and brightest stories this morning. Here's our roundup of the best and brightest stories this morning.
"10.02.2017 12:01:59" montrealgazette.com Air Canada CEO hopes Trump's vow to cut taxes will spur similar change here The CEO of Air Canada said he hopes President Donald Trump's promise Thursday to U.S. airline executives to cut taxes will spur similar action on… Trump promised airline executives at the White House that he would lower their corporate tax burden and roll back regulations. He also said he supports privatizing America's air traffic control system.
"10.02.2017 11:05:01" Timeline Photos Montreal this morning: Cool sunny ways. http://wp.me/p4Uzqt-41l9
"10.02.2017 05:12:38" montrealgazette.com Max Pacioretty's four-point night breaks Canadiens' losing skid with OT win in Arizona The bye week, with its four days off, can't come soon enough for the Canadiens, who are near the end of a stretch in which they will have played eight games in 13 days in five different cities. Alex Galchenyuk scored at 2:13 of overtime to give the Canadiens a 5-4 win over the Arizona Coyotes Thursday at Gila River Arena. The victory snapped a four-game losing streak for Montreal.
"10.02.2017 04:53:55" montrealgazette.com Inuit filmmaker winning hearts and changing minds with documentary on seal hunt The film premièred last spring as part of Toronto's Hot Docs festival, where it won the audience award. Produced by the NFB in collaboration with Montreal's EyeSteelFilm, Angry Inuk confronts the decades-long campaign by ecological and animal rights groups against sealing, showing the impact such initiatives have had on Inuit communities by taking away a
"10.02.2017 04:20:50" montrealgazette.com Bridge authority to test out snow clearing on Jacques Cartier bike path On Thursday the bridge authority announced it will try several innovative methods to keep the path clear of snow next year. The bicycle path on the Jacques Cartier Bridge will be cleared of snow next winter, but that doesn't necessarily mean cyclists will be permitted to ride on it.
"10.02.2017 03:07:16" National Post Music Way to go Wintersleep
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"10.02.2017 02:30:01" montrealgazette.com Allison Hanes: The rehabilitation of Gerry Sklavounos Can the political career of Gerry Sklavounos, who will not be charged with sexual assault, be salvaged? Like so many politicians before him trying to rehabilitate their careers after sex scandals, Montreal MNA Gerry Sklavounos's first step toward a comeback Thursday wouldn't have been complete without his wife at his side.
"10.02.2017 02:00:00" montrealgazette.com Montreal bars first firm from city contracts after bad report card The firm's president says the existence of a report card and the fact that the company has been blocked from contracts are news to him. The city of Montreal has for the first time used its power to bar a firm from obtaining municipal contracts for two years based on a bad report card from the city for its work.
"10.02.2017 01:29:18" montrealgazette.com Ville-Marie eastbound shut for the weekend Demolition of former expressway continues. The Ville-Marie Expressway eastbound is to be avoided this weekend because Transport Quebec is shutting it completely in order to work on tearing down the old eastbound lanes as part of the Turcot Interchange reconstruction.