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.
MONTREAL - With the Montreal Grand Prix F1 race back in the city from June 5-8, Montreal is once more pretending to be a European metropolis, kicking off ‘MontEurol Weekend.’
MONTREAL -- A busker operating outside of Beaudry station has taken to playing YouTube videos of better buskers for money.
MONTREAL — After announcing his ambitious plan to bring major league baseball back to the city, Mayor Denis Coderre assured Montrealers that he would personally shoo away the several thousand roving dogs currently inhabiting the Olympic stadium.
MONTREAL - Used bookshop The Blot & Feather has attracted a swell in once dwindling customers with a novel solution; to exclusively offer happy endings with every purchase.
MONTREAL - After seeing the company’s revenue decline in previous years, Hydro-Quebec’s decision to use a freeze ray to chill the province has resulted in a massive income boost.
SAGUENAY – The secular community was up in arms Wednesday after discovering the council had passed a motion to mix Holy Water with the city’s main water supply to ‘bless the heathens living in sin.’
MONTREAL - After denying to hear a case of a woman simply because she was wearing a hijab, Judge Eliana Marengo has vowed to sentence lawbreakers according to how Muslim they are.
Following a report in a Montréal newspaper about a 15-year-old who was searched for drugs, Quebec Education Minister Yves Bolduc has said high school staff are permitted to strip-search students, so long as they respectfully compliment the students’ sexiness while doing so.
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