by LUCAS WISENTHAL
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.
by City Team
Prime Minister Stephen Harper spoke to the Montreal Board of Trade today. Outside, 100 or so people protested his presence. This is what the scene looked like.
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.
It wasn't a landslide victory, but Denis Coderre won yesterday's election. So, like, what does that mean?
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.
If you're a Montrealer, you should vote on Sunday. Here's how to do it.
A lot of shit happened this week, and then there was a milk recall.
So it's still something like seven months off, but C2-MTL, the event that gets our city's creative professionals SUPER FUCKING EXCITED, has confirmed that it will host James Cameron next May.
A former escort is running for Groupe Mélanie Joly, and you can now file your many and sundry language complaints to the Office québécois de la langue française online.
* Read the Rant Line
* Heteropolis launch
* Free short film programme at PHI
* Let’s Do This! Get Weird! at Mainline Theatre
* Local punk at L’Escogriffe
* Love on the Beat at Velvet
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