MONTREAL -- Panic struck a cafe in Montreal’s NDG last week when a man donned his friend’s glasses for a one-time experiment. Witnesses report that once the glasses were secure on his face, the man, James, exclaimed, “Oh, wow! These are so messed up!” The man then compared the glasses to a kaleidoscope before calling over his friend, Steven Doe to take a look.
MONTREAL - After a protest staged by taxi drivers in downtown Montreal rallying against the ride-sharing service Uber, several protesters were caught using UberX vehicles to get home afterwards.
MONTREAL -- Statistics Canada has named Montreal the "I don't know I'm just trying to figure my shit out" capital of Canada.
MONTREAL -- After taking a jackhammer to a community mailbox structure in protest of Canada Post's lack of consultation with the city, Montreal mayor Denis Coderre is launching a new campaign in which he promises to "jackhammer" away all of the city's problems.
MONTREAL — Thanks to the numerous advances being made in the field of virtual reality, the pornographic production company Brazzers has unveiled a brand-new VR headset that finally allows viewers to experience porn from the point of view of a man watching porn on his computer.
Laval, QC -- An urgent report has been issued stating that the people who hand out the free samples at Costco are starting to remember you.
MONTREAL -- The Just for Laughs management is getting major flack this year after surprising festival goers with a parade of fraternal twins.
TORONTO -- After the news that First Nations headdresses will not be allowed at Montreal music festival Osheaga, Toronto party girl Becky Cotter has been protesting the ban citing her family’s longstanding tradition of appropriating other cultures.
MONTREAL -- Montreal's annual Fringe Festival kicked off last week and already, Montrealers everywhere are hard at work preparing excuses not to go to their friend's performances.
MONTREAL — Old Montreal hotels are currently adorned with the flags of Boggle, Scrabble, and Apples to Apples announcing the return of the F1 - Keyboard Championship and the 18th annual QWERTY Cup.
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