by STEVEN STELZER
The Als are winners, and the CFL, despite being "the other football league" in the eyes of many, is an organization worth supporting. Here's why.
by MAREK WHITECHURCH
Soccer is about to overtake the city, and we're not talking about the Impact. Here are eight recommended spots to feast your eyes on the beautiful game gone global.
21,000 fans watched a screening of last night's game at the Bell Centre, then spilled out into the streets downtown to parade the night away. Photographer Cindy Lopez captured the fandemonium.
by ERIK LEIJON
If you’ve yet to lock down your game-watching ritual, here are seven recommended places to watch the playoffs.
Flag-waving, "ole ole" chanting, plastic Stanley Cup-hoisting and hollering rolled out of the Bell Centre and into the streets last night. See photos here.
A wave of bittersweet nostalgia swept the crowds in our decaying stadium this weekend.
by CINDY LOPEZ
PHOTO GALLERY: While Olympians competed in balmy Sochi, hundreds of local cyclists hit the frigid streets on Sunday morning to fete the growth of winter biking.
The Dufour-Lapointe Sisters are getting most of the media's love, but there are other local athletes in this year's Games.
Babes, rocks, high stakes & major Canadiana—the Tournament of Hearts is in Montreal this week.
We're all about Eugenie Bouchard, Montreal's new tennis hero.
Dime, a local skate crew, just released an inspired re-edit of years' worth of DGK pro Wade Desarmo's footage.
GALLERY: The Big O was reborn this weekend and Vans opened a new store downtown. Here's what the weekend in skate culture looked like.
* Phi Centre screens 2014′s best international short films
* Les Grands Ballets Canadiens’s The Nutcracker opens at Place des Arts
* Island Frequencies show/party at Casa del Popolo
* Three Six Mafia’s Juicy J plays Olympia
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