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  1. Liberal brand strong in Massimo Pacetti’s Montreal riding, voters say

    MONTREAL—There is not much that surprises the aging Italian residents of Montreal’s Saint-Léonard neighbourhood. Gangland Mafia wars, corruption schemes and the federal sponsorship scandal have all been tied ... FULL ARTICLE AT Toronto Star

  2. Suzanne Cote, Harper's Supreme Court pick soothes a self-inflicted wound

    The prime minister is clearly in fence-mending mode these days, and the appointment of respected Montreal lawyer Suzanne Cote to the Supreme Court of Canada is a case in point ... FULL ARTICLE AT CBC Canada

  1. Suzanne Côté, Harper's Supreme Court pick, soothes a self-inflicted wound

    The prime minister is clearly in fence-mending mode these days, and the appointment of respected Montreal lawyer Suzanne Côté to the Supreme Court of Canada is a case in point ... FULL ARTICLE AT CBC Canada

  2. Gordon: The museum in the middle of nowhere

    The federal government decided to double-down on a mouldy, old, asbestos-ridden bread factory in a dumpy part of town. FULL ARTICLE AT Canada.com

  3. Alex Calder Strange Dreams (Little League Records) Montréal, QC ::web/sounds:: english français From the strange divan of Mailis Rodrigues: Maybe we should all live in a delusional dream like ... FULL ARTICLE AT Today's Blog Music - The Hype Machine

  1. MONTREAL - The Canadian government's lending agency for exporters says falling energy and metal prices will mask healthy Canadian export volumes next year. Export Development Canada forecasts the value of ... FULL ARTICLE AT Winnipeg Free Press

  2. Magnotta’s actions following slaying inconsistent with schizophrenia, doctor testifies

    MONTREAL—A Crown witness says evidence presented at Luka Rocco Magnotta’s murder trial suggests his actions were highly organized after Jun Lin’s slaying in May 2012.Dr. Gilles ... FULL ARTICLE AT Toronto Star

  3. Pierre Karl Peladeau joins Parti Québécois leadership contest

    MONTREAL—Media magnate Pierre Karl Peladeau is entering the Parti Québécois leadership race in a move that could eventually have major consequences on national politics.Peladeau made the announcement in ... FULL ARTICLE AT Toronto Star

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Montreal (French: Montréal) (pronounced [mɔ̃ʁeˈal] (help·info) in French, /ˌmʌntriˈɑːl/ (help·info) in English, is the largest city in the Canadian province of Quebec and the second-largest city in Canada. Montreal was the largest city in Canada up until 1976 when it was surpassed in size by Toronto. Originally called Ville-Marie ('City of Mary'), the city takes its present name from Mount... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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