Doored Again! Discussing Bicycle Safety in Montreal
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‘m biking along in the early morning, riding down Sherbrooke for just one block. Suddenly, a taxi door flies open in front of me and now I’m lying on the pavement: bike on top of me, left arm red and bruised, helmet visor broken off and lying in the street. I was doored. It didn’t hurt too badly—no…

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Montreal Canadiens Season Preview: Everything You Need to Know
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Our beloved Montreal Canadiens begin their 105th season of play this Wednesday so we took a look at what Habs fans can expect this coming season. Hopefully PK Subban’s farts will help this year. Anyway, here’s our Montreal Canadiens season preview: The Year That Was: Last season, very few hockey journalists/prognosticators had the Canadiens reaching the NHL playoffs.…

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The Rise of Digital Literacy in Montreal

Whether you’re comfortable with it or not, you’re living in an increasingly digital world: one where businesses are no longer brick and mortar, where customer-care lines frequently refer you to their companies’ websites (through automated messages, of course). In-person services are a novelty and, for better or worse, phone books are all but extinct. This…

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The Case for Mirabel

James Cherry , the president of Aeroports de Montréal wants to demolish the main terminal of Mirabel International Airport, effectively putting the final nail in the coffin of our much beleaguered former Eastern Gateway. He justifies his position thusly: Mirabel is no longer a passenger airport, the terminal costs about $5 million per year to…

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