by LUCAS WISENTHAL
Two half-decent spots — an espresso bar and a burger place — opened in one of the subterranean maze's forgotten corridors.
The Bill 60 hearings are everything we hoped they would be. Maybe more.
If you're a city councillor who retired or was ousted in the last election, you're set for a nice payday.
We searched the app store for things that matter to us — like museum info and foreclosed home listings.
It's almost Christmas, but the news soldiers ever onward.
Can a Major League Baseball team survive in Montreal? Some people think so.
Rest in peace, Nelson Mandela.
Bernard Drainville probably wouldn't have been in danger at Concordia last night, but he still didn't show up for a scheduled debate.
If Denis Coderre has his way, Montreal's rub-n-tugs will be no more.
We've got a new mayor (officially!), and we might be getting a new bridge.
So the PQ tabled its Values Charter — the title of which is now 28 words long — yesterday.
With two days left until the election, Denis Coderre is defending himself from accusations — most of them from Projet Montréal — that he gave Outremont's Hasidim an unfair ultimatum.
* The Fantasia film festival
* Habana Café play a free show at Parc J. D. Ducharme
* Vinyl Love at le Bleury
* Outdoor screening of Kanehsatake, 270 Years of Resistance
* Yasiin Bey premieres a stand-up comedy act at the Phi Centre
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