Cult’s City Team convened a round table during last night’s historic English-language party leaders’ debate to parse, discuss and joke about everything said — and not said.
Two Montreal companies unite creativity, community and charity.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper spoke to the Montreal Board of Trade today. Outside, 100 or so people protested his presence. This is what the scene looked like.
It wasn’t a landslide victory, but Denis Coderre won yesterday’s election. So, like, what does that mean?
If you’re a Montrealer, you should vote on Sunday. Here’s how to do it.
A lot of shit happened this week, and then there was a milk recall.
The alternative charter of values, Applebaum is more corrupt than we thought, and more.
On Saturday, about 40,000 people gathered downtown to protest the proposed Charter of Quebec Values. This is what things looked like.
Today we found out there may be an opt-out clause in Quebec’s proposed ban on religious clothes and symbols in public institutions. Oh, and some other stuff happened, too.
This weekend, we were shocked to learn that Brochette.ca, a downtown restaurant named for its URL, had shut its doors for good.