In our time of democratized culture and inelegant self-absorption, we often miss the magic of the great classics. Nothing raises our spirits and refines our souls as much as the works of the masters. But that takes time to appreciate and the attraction of imaginative presentation.
The CAQ government announced that, starting May 5, 2022, it will only communicate with other levels of government in Quebec in French only, in writing, according to media reports.
Quebec is aiming before the end of June to enable adolescents 12 to 17 years old to get a first vaccine, following Health Canada's approval of the Pfizer vaccine for 12 to 15 year olds, Health Minister Christian Dubé announced.
Côte St. Lucers were met with very positive COVID-19 news last week— the number of new cases for the period from April 20 to 26 was 25, compared to an also low 39 the week before, according to Santé Montréal.
The Montreal community took part last week in a virtual solidarity rally for Dr. Sarah Halimi, a Parisian Jewish woman who in 2017 was assaulted and stabbed in her apartment, and was then thrown to her death from her third-floor window.
Snowdon councillor Marvin Rotrand will be presenting a new motion at Montreal city council May 17 calling for a mail-in voting option for seniors for this November’s municipal election.
Ville-MarieINTERNATIONAL ‘FLASHMOB’ TREND RESURFACES:The “FlashMob” trend has resurfaced in major cities worldwide. The idea is that groups of artists come together to perform popup dance and music in public places, mainly in busy city locations — including metro stations, plazas, parks or c…
An Ontario resident should not have been ticketed for the offense of using a cell phone while driving, because he was legally parked, Montreal Municipal Court Judge Marie-Josée Dionne ruled.
The Montreal Economic Institute public policy think tank is calling for the production of non-mandatory, decentralized vaccine passports "so people can get on with their lives" and "return to a better quality of life in the near future."
When the COVID-19 pandemic finally ends and we look back at this very sad period in human history, there will be a few takeaways that will benefit us down the line. Platforms like Zoom and Microsoft Teams head the list. They have certainly made an enormous impact on my life, notably in my ro…
The lockdown of restaurants, clubs and bars has not only torn the heart out of Montreal’s famed joie-de-vivre, but has put an estimated 300,000 people out of work and may cause permanent closures of some 30% of those establishments. Hundreds of owners intend to do something about it in a sym…
A new social housing project in Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce will be home to some 200 people if the borough council votes on a financial package for the Westbury project Monday night.
The "FlashMob" trend has resurfaced in major cities worldwide. The idea is that groups of artists come together to perform popup dance and music in public places, mainly in busy city locations - including metro stations, plazas, parks or cultural centers.
A demonstration was held on Saturday afternoon near the Olympic Stadium in Montreal to protest the curfew and other Covid restrictions. Demonstrators marched nearly five kilometers on nearby streets surrounding the Parc Olympique calling out “Liberte!” Yellow balloons were being handed out a…
More than 75 Montrealers hiked down to the Falaise Saint Jacques recently to help clean up the eco-territory south of Saint-Jacques street, which is slated to welcome a large urban park and green corridor in the near future.