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Full Sized Car Replica Fools Montreal Police And The Internet Laughs Along With Them

Fed up with the amount of snowfall that Montreal has received this year, and the city’s sometimes slow response to clean it up, woodworker Simon Laprise sculpted a full-sized car replica out of a snowbank to prank the snow removal

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Wax On, Wax Off

This seems the only way I’m going to get my selfie or meet Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.  By going to Montreal and visiting the Grevin wax museum as they have just unveiled a statue of Justin Trudeau, sculpted by Paris-based

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Stars And Fans Converge On Montreal For Leonard Cohen Tribute

Fans of beloved poet and singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen will be converging on Montreal from all over the world on November 6th, the date for a star-studded celebration of Cohen’s music, ‘Tower of Song: A Memorial Tribute to Leonard Cohen’. The

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Sting, k.d. lang, & Elvis Costello In Montreal For A Leonard Cohen Tribute In November

The approaching first anniversary of Leonard Cohen’s death will be marked with a tribute concert in Montreal kicking off a week of events to celebrate the beloved singer-songwriter and poet. The show, titled ‘Tower of Song: A Memorial Tribute to

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Canadian Teen Stuns One Of World’s Top Tennis Players

Something pretty incredible happened in Montreal last night. Applause rang out from a sold-out crowd, which included the likes of Wayne Gretzky and Olympic swimmer Penny Oleksiak as Canadian teen Denis Shapovalov shocked all watchers — and himself — in

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Sunwing Flight Returns to Montreal With Fighter Jet Escort

A Sunwing Airlines flight bound for Cuba had to return to Montreal’s Trudeau International Airport on Thursday evening under a fighter jet escort due to an “unruly customer.”An airline spokeswoman said flight WG604 had departed for Cayo Coco but turned

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[Video] Expo 67 Opened 50 Years Ago Today

Today marks a significant anniversary. Fifty years ago today, the 1967 International and Universal Exposition or Expo 67, as it was commonly known, opened officially to the public. The Category One World’s Fair was held in Montreal, from April 27th

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Laying Sod In November Not A Problem

Landscape contractors were spotted laying sod in Dundonald Park, at Somerset and Bay streets yesterday morning, which wouldn’t ordinarily be news, except that it happened one day after workers in Montreal were taken to task on social media for doing the

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24th Annual MOTH (Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto Hockey) Tournament

KidSport™ Ottawa will be hosting the 24th annual MOTH (Montreal, Ottawa Toronto, Hockey) tournament. Men’s and Women’s non-contact hockey tournament. Teams from Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto and the surrounding area are invited to join in the fun in support of KidSport™

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