by CINDY LOPEZ
Though the Habs were away for their round one victory over the Senators, local fans made their presence felt last night.
by LISA SPROULL
It's another sad day for St-Laurent Blvd., but the Montreal-icon t-shirt merchants are going out in style with a goodbye party and liquidation sale on Saturday.
by LORRAINE CARPENTER
Here’s what’s happening locally for the annual celebration of vinyl and brick and mortar music shops, PLUS a list of interesting RSD exclusives.
by PETER WHEELAND
The onetime union-busting head of Quebecor is defending the right to strike. But will cozying up to students work in his favour?
Hockey gets real this Wednesday. Here are some of the local bars where we've experienced playoff magic.
The province says it has young Quebecers' interests at heart, but plans for major oil exploitation are underway.
Student groups are deciding whether to ramp up anti-austerity action now or wait till half a million public sector workers are ready to join in and launch a strike.
by STEFAN CHRISTOFF
Commentary about the impact of Quebec's austerity plan and the province's history of activism in the creative community.
It hasn’t taken long for Montreal police to dust off the bad habits they were so roundly criticized for in 2012.
We spoke to one of the organizers of the annual festival about Montreal's gay history and RQS's all-inclusive, anti-corporate programming.
Bill C-51 is being pushed through Parliament despite opposition from four ex-prime ministers, hundreds of jurists and tens of thousands of Canadians.
This beautifully designed Mile End café, restaurant, bar, social club and radio station is now open.
* See It Follows while you still can
* Travesties at the Segal Centre
* Artist Yinka Shonibare speaks at the Phi Centre
* Comedian Brad MacDonald headlines at Blue Dog
* Commander Clark at Casa del Popolo
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