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Fast Food After Parties at Montreal’s Finest Restaurants

MTL’s Finest : Afterparty Fast Food Binge By Alyssa De Rosa When the clock strikes 3:00 AM on a Friday or Saturday night in Montreal, streets like St-Laurent Boulevard, Crescent, and Ste-Catherine are inundated with late-night partygoers. After consuming several ounces of alcohol, the after-effects of an intense night clubbing usually involve greasy food. The…

Community | Environment | Life

Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup

On Saturday September 21st, over 60 enthusiastic Dorval Scouters and their families volunteered their time to participate in The Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup. This cleanup covered all the public shoreline in Dorval where over 100 kg of garbage was collected including a huge plastic tub, a section of fiberglass from a boat, and 545 cigarette…

Gravity Movie Review
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Gravity Movie Review

Movie Review by Sergio Martinez GRAVITY: Great images and special effects, but where is the story? Two Hollywood stars, George Clooney and Sandra Bullock playing commander Matt Kowalski and Dr. Ryan Stone respectively, are two astronauts left in space as a result of an accident, they will try to survive and in the meantime have…

Life

The Inner Fire of the Human Spirit

The Inner Fire by Jade Horner-Chinappi There lies in all of us an imaginary creature that protects our soul and reminds us of our voice. Visually they can be imagined as beings such as Dragons, Bears, Wolves, Eagles, and so forth. Many cultures around the world have used creatures from land, sea and air to…

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Lac-Mégantic Benefit Concert for Victims October 12th

Lac-Mégantic Benefit Concert for Victims to be held in Pointe-Claire by John Symon The “Concert for Lac-Mégantic” will take place on Saturday, October 12 at Le Pionnier in Pointe-Claire. All proceeds from the concert will benefit the food bank “La Banque Alimentaire du Granit.” This food bank is a service provided by the “Centre d’action…

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Capitol Theatre: Then and Now

Capitol Theatre by Dick Nieuwendyk The Capitol opened on 2nd April, 1921 for the Famous Players. The opening programme had Cecil B. DeMilles motion picture “Forbidden Fruit” as the main attraction. It could originally seat over 2600 (seating was somewhat reduced a couple decades later) and was one of the most grandiose and luxurious theaters…

World Breastfeeding Week at Jewish General Hospital
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World Breastfeeding Week at Jewish General Hospital

The Jewish General Hospital celebrates World Breastfeeding Week 2013 Some new mothers may not realize that they already carry the cheapest and most effective life-saver – breast milk. In fact, if every infant was given only breast milk for the first six months of life, and continued breastfeeding up to two years, the lives of…

Food | Life

The Universe of Italian White Wines

            The Universe of Italian White Wines By Marco Giovanetti When you think of Italian wine, do you think of Chianti? Barolo? Barbaresco? How about Arneis or Soave or Gavi? Italy’s white wines are much lesser known than her bold, red cousins. They are light, delicious and tend to be…