Wednesday Dec 4
Saved from the brink of extinction
Lorne Jenkins has spent nearly his entire livelihood as a candy maker, producing the infamous Stilwells humbug out of its tiny LaSalle factory for the last 20 years.
Montreal bar apologizes for kicking out kissing gay couple
The owner of a bar on Montreal's West Island has apologized after his manager kicked out two young women for kissing Jess Goldberg and Carolyn Shaughnessy, both in their early 20s, were out for drinks at Le Manoir in Pointe-Claire last Friday.
Squeaky Wheels: Ice bridge would force lengthy detour
The ice bridge, foreground, would not be practical because it would mean a long detour for buses and Seaway locks would have caused delays.
West Islanders protest Fairview's lack of bilingual signs
About a dozen protesters took up the cause of lack of bilingual signage at Fairview Pointe-Claire, calling it an infringement of their rights.
Turcot Ramp not forgotten, but reopening delayed
Q. There are two important access ramps at the southern end of the DA©carie Expressway, one heading west toward Trudeau airport, which reopened in October.
Another weekend of traffic headaches for Montreal motorists
The parade will begin at Fort St. at 11 a.m. and head east to St-Laurent Blvd. Many side streets will be closed between de Maisonneuve and RenA©-LA©vesque Blvds.
Driver faces drunk driving charges after two men hit in Lachine
Two workers at a construction site on 55th avenue near Highway 20 were hit by a car just after 11:30 Tuesday night.
Toys R Us says it's working to add English at new Montreal location
The toy store chain is reacting to a complaint that there are no English signs and no toys with English writing at its new location, Jean Talon and Decarie.