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Cougars take high-scoring romp against LaSalle

St. Leonard 71 | LaSalle 54

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NEWSPAPER

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NEWS
  • IKEA A Model Of Bilingualism, Except…
    IKEA A Model Of Bilingualism, Except…
    For the most part, if there were more major Montreal-area retailers like the Swedish furniture and home accessories store IKEA, there wouldn’t be a series of the sort that has been running in this newspaper for the last several weeks.In and outside the St. Laurent borough IKEA store on Cavendish Blvd., the bilingualism (with English smaller than French) is so prevalent, it’s almost dizzying in a province where too many retailers are afraid of rocking the language boat.... read more >

  • Federal Conservatives Hold First Regional Meeting In Mount Royal read more >

  • Prominent Montreal Philanthropist Dies At 78 read more >

  • €No Neutrality’ Between Extremism And Democracy: Kenney read more >

  • Politicians Recognize Thriving Indo-Canadian Community read more >

  • Unions: Rule By Ballot Not By Bully read more >

  • Obama’s Agenda read more >

  • Group Formed To Try And Save The West Island JCC read more >

  • Members Rally Around Jana Schmitz read more >

  • Dorval Wants Canada Post To Change Delivery Cuts For Seniors read more >

  • Exit 41 In Ste. Anne De Bellevue To Finally Open As Temporary Measure read more >

  • Dolce Vita Ste. Rose Helps Build Relationships Between Neighbours read more >

  • Trip Irks Commissioner read more >

  • Pie IX Bridge Closed Again Tonight, Tomorrow read more >

  • U.S. Federal Prosecutor Praises Laval Police read more >
FEATURES
  • About That Tragedy At Dieppe…
    About That Tragedy At Dieppe…
    The raid on the port of Dieppe, France, in the early morning of August 19, 1942 was not only a pivotal moment in the Second World War, but one of the bloodiest chapters in Canadian military history.... read more >

  • Promoting Urban Agriculture read more >

  • M.T.L. Launches New Album And New Direction read more >

  • Confronting Alex Colville’s Great Art read more >

  • Sharon Salzberg Brings Meditation Workshop To Montreal read more >
SPORTS
  • Mustangs Can’t Keep Up With Hornets
    Mustangs Can’t Keep Up With Hornets
    The sweltering heat wasn’t enough to keep the Sun Youth Hornets and North Shore Mustangs from giving 100 per cent in Midget Football on Sunday. Hornet’s running back Marcus Mitchell was near impossible to contain, scoring two touchdowns sending Sun Youth to a 34-13 win at Jeanne Mance Park.... read more >

  • Mathieu Betts Earns Alouette Bursary With Dominant Defensive Play read more >

  • Geoff Tisdale Settles Into Montreal Defence read more >

  • Dollard Dragons U10 Girls Soccer Team Captures Silver In TMR read more >

  • Daly And Joseph Heat Up The Summer For WI Track read more >
NEWSPAPER
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MAGAZINE
MAGAZINE

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  • Spike Lee To Be Honoured At MIBFF
    Spike Lee To Be Honoured At MIBFF
    The Montreal International Black Film Festival will be returning for its 10 anniversary edition from September 23 to 28. This year, the festival will welcome Academy Award nominated director and screenwriter Spike Lee, who will receive the festival’s inaugural Pioneer Award on Wednesday September 24, at 7 p.m. at the Imperial Theatre. ... read more >

  • Montreal Producers Behind Motion Picture The Calling read more >

  • Edgy Situation Comedies Preceded The 1970s read more >

  • Foods That Aren’t As Good For You As They Seem? read more >

  • Visiting Buckingham Palace And The Tower Of London read more >
SPORTS MAGAZINE
SPORTS MAGAZINE
Click here for the SPORTS Magazine- Updated August 22, 2014
  • Point Wish Softball Tournament Hits $1M
    Point Wish Softball Tournament Hits $1M
    VERDUN - Once again this year, the indispensable Point Wish Softball Tournament was a major success. An incredible amount of $80,000 was collected this year alone, bringing the total raised over the past 22 years to $1,045,000.... read more >

  • Canadian Baseball Hall Of Fame Selling Limited Edition Babe Ruth Prints read more >

  • Alex Tagliani To Make NASCAR Truck Series Debut With Brad Keselowski Racing read more >

  • Paula Findlay Added To Team Canada For Triathlon World Championships In Edmonton read more >

  • National Champs From McGill Announce New Full-time Assistant Coach In Women's Hockey read more >
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