Category : Bonnie Wurst

New Azur Metro Cars Unveiled

by Bonnie Wurst – Special   Montreal’s new Azur metro cars have been unveiled and will start rolling down the tracks next year. The question on a lot of commuters’ minds is whether the new blue will have them feeling ‘less blue’ ...

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A Super Loo For Me & You!

by Bonnie Wurst   Call it what you may; the Loo, Toilet, Toilette, Potty, Lavatory, Can, Privy, Throne and even Thunderbox, they all serve the same purpose. We know what it is for, so an explanation is quite unnecessary. A rose, is ...

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HAHA-V1 Virus Epidemic!

by Bonnie Wurst   THIS JUST IN: Rooters – “HAHA-V1 VIRUS SPREADS GLOBALLY!”   The malicious Happy App Virus (HAHA-V1) has been spreading around the world at unprecedented rates. A spokesperson for WHOO?, the World Health Oh-Oh Organization, appealed for calm amid the growing epidemic. The ...

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Mary Poppins’ Charter of Values

by Bonnie Wurst   While pondering the ‘Charter Affirming The Values Of Secularism And The Religious Neutrality Of The State, As Well As The Equality Of Men And Women, And The Framing Of Accommodation Requests’ of Quebec’ or ‘Bill 60’, the new ...

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Beaver Lake Cruises!

by Bonnie Wurst   I’ve never been on a cruise ship, but I know I would have a great time on board. Being who I am, I’m sure any one of the Disney cruises would fit the bill. It wouldn’t really be ...

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Nightmare On Construction Street

by Bonnie Wurst   This is a rant. I’m not going to disguise it within a social commentary piece. It is a rant because my sleep has been disturbed – and nobody in their right mind wants to disturb my sleep. The Merriam-Webster ...

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Women With A Vision for Montreal

by Bonnie Wurst – Special   On November 3rd Montrealers will be heading to the polls to elect the next Mayor of Montreal and City Councillors, Borough Mayors and Borough Councillors. When the nomination period ended on October 4th there were 485 ...

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On-The-Throne Speech

by Bonnie Wurst   After proroguing the government in September, the fourth time since becoming Prime Minister in 2006, Stephen Harper’s government kicked off the new session of Parliament on October 16th with a Throne Speech. But I’m not clear on whether ...

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