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Local news for Mont-Royal (Montreal, QC) continually updated from thousands of sources on the web.

11 hrs ago | Montreal Gazette

Court approves transfer of Bixi Montreal to city

McGill student Angie Ning rents a Bixi bike at the corner of Mont Royal and Parc Aves.

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20 hrs ago | Montreal Gazette

Brownstein: Richler Pavilion a tribute to poor planning

It's our own version of Groundhog Day. But unlike the Bill Murray comedy - wherein a weatherman lives the same day over and over again - the Montreal version has many of us beginning our day wandering by and wondering about the forlorn state of the Mordecai Richler Pavilion, the gazebo on the side of Mount Royal, and getting the same response from ... (more)

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Tue Apr 15, 2014

Montreal Gazette

Brownstein: Richler Pavilion a tribute to poor planning

It's our own version of Groundhog Day. But unlike the Bill Murray comedy - wherein a weatherman lives the same day over and over again - the Montreal version has many of us beginning our day wandering by and wondering about the forlorn state of the Mordecai Richler Pavilion, the gazebo on the side of Mount Royal, and getting the same response from ... (more)

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Tue Apr 08, 2014

The Globe and Mail

What Quebec and the rest of Canada need to know about Philippe Couillard

He has been described as a mild-mannered brain surgeon, an intellectual who would pepper email messages to colleagues with Latin phrases, and a staunch federalist in a province where sovereignty is always a topic.

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Montreal Gazette

Quebec solidaire's David, Khadir retake their seats

Quebec solidaire MNA Amir Khadir and supporter Ruba Ghazal await poll results at the party's election gathering in Montreal.

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CJAD

LISTEN: Liberals retain Montreal strongholds, sweep Laval

In an election that pundits had a difficult time predicting with any real certainty, there was one thing that could be counted on - overwhelming Liberal support in western Montreal.

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Sat Apr 05, 2014

TrekEarth

Blue-hour in Saint-Denis street

Saint-Denis Street serves as one of the primary thoroughfares of both the Latin Quarter, where it plays host to a number of bars and restaurants, to the Plateau Mont-Royal, where it is known as one of the best places to view Montreal's distinct style of architecture.

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Fri Apr 04, 2014

Canada.com

New hostel in Charlevoix includes upscale rooms

David Huot is the founder of Auberge de Jeunesse La Malbaie. He invested $800,000 in a hybrid hostel with both plush private rooms and dormitory accommodations.

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Tue Apr 01, 2014

Canada.com

A day in Canada's 'hipster capital'

Few shops in Montreal's Mile End say "hipster" more than the popular Bernard Street bookstore operated by the world-famous graphic novel publisher, Drawn & Quarterly.

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The McGill Daily

Public hearing held on fate of Hotel-Dieu site

On March 26, the Plateau-Mont-Royal borough administration conducted a public hearing to gather suggestions for the use of the site of the present HA tel-Dieu de MontrA©al hospital.

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Sun Mar 30, 2014

The Montreal Gazette

Girl, 8, hit by car on St-Denis

An 8-year-old girl was injured after being struck by a car while running across St-Denis St. on Sunday afternoon.

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Mon Mar 24, 2014

The McGill Daily

Montreal march protests colonialism, racism, and Quebec Charter

On March 21, demonstrators gathered at the Mont Royal metro station for a demonstration and march against colonialism, racism, and the proposed Quebec Charter of Values.

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Sat Mar 22, 2014

The Montreal Gazette

Montreal police arrest two in charity scam

Montreal police have arrested two impostors who were pretending to collect funds for the Fondation du Dr Julien, a city charity that helps disadvantaged children.

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Tue Mar 18, 2014

Market Wire

Thousands of Visitors are Expected at Saint Joseph's Oratory to Celebrate the Feast of Saint Joseph

Saint Joseph's Oratory has been bustling since March 10, for the 94th novena dedicated to Saint Joseph - thousands of pilgrims streaming from all over to this event whose theme is With Saint Joseph, Encountering the Other Visitors from Quebec, Ontario, New Brunswick, the United States, Latin America, and from Europe are coming to pray to Saint ... (more)

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