Tuesday May 14
The Winnipeg Free Press
Artists to create murals in downtown Montreal during new festival
A new arts festival will bring together avant-garde local and international artists to create murals along a two-kilometre stretch of Saint-Laurent Boulevard in downtown Montreal, organizers said Tuesday.
Jane's Walks let Montrealers discover neighbourhoods' 'street ballet'
Jane's Walks, dedicated to the memory of revolutionary urban planner Jane Jacobs, are a wonderful way of learning how much you don't know about your own city.
Alert witnesses help foil Ile Bizard bank robbery
Station 3 police arrested a Lachine woman after a bank robbery in Pierrefonds recently.
40 Years of Film at Concordia
The festival is the longest-running university film fest in Canada and presents works by Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema students in film production and film animation.
Montreal police violated protesters' rights, report says
A report on last year's student demonstrations has concluded that police violated protesters' rights and applied laws in an arbitrary manner.
Hit-and-run leaves two injured in downtown Montreal
Just after 1 a.m. a car hit two pedestrians, both in their 20s, on Sainte-Catherine Street, near Mackay Street.