MONTREAL - Municipal workers in Montreal protesting the province’s pension reform have granted themselves permission to burn down the city’s famed l’Hotel de ville as well as several other borough halls throughout the city.
MONTREAL - After spending $125,000 to make slight changes to 19 Metro station names, the Societe de Transport de Montreal (STM) unveiled its new stations names for the Blue Line: “De Layed,” “De Crepid” and “Du Bious.”
MONTREAL - The Quebec government is thanking its citizens for the uninspiring Canada Day celebrations that occurred throughout the province earlier this week.
MONTREAL— In order to prevent excess pollution to the downtown area, the City of Montreal has ramped up its Eurotrash collection service for the Canadian Grand Prix weekend.
MONTREAL - Montreal’s amusement park LaRonde has issued an apology for breaking the Quebec’s privacy protocols by collecting visitors’ fingerprint data and will be returning to its policy of physically frisking guests to verify their identity.
MONTREAL - In response to the City’s plan to keep bars open until 6 am, Montrealers have stated that they’re still going to black out before 3 am anyway.
MONTREAL - In anticipation of a Canadiens victory against the Tampa Bay Lightning tonight, Montreal Police are preparing for an onslaught of overzealous and violent fans by dumping gasoline over their squad cars.
MONTREAL – Parti Quebecois leader Pauline Marois conceded yesterday that her party really only accused students of trying to steal Monday’s provincial election because they’d run out of new euphemisms for Jewish people.
MONTREAL - Just a few days before the election, a new poll in Quebec shows that Quebec Solidaire’s Françoise David is Quebeckers' favourite candidate for premier they will not elect.
MONTREAL - The Parti Quebecois has accused many voters who do not intend to vote for their party of attempting to steal the provincial election.