The good, weird, bad and ugly things that happened in our city this year.
While Premier Legault makes glaringly hypocritical statements in California, challenges to his discriminatory law continue.
Pearl-clutching, pissing contests and ludicrous statements followed a Manitoba ad campaign in Quebec media.
The story of a Sikh teacher leaving the province because of the legislation has revived debate and a load of hypocrisy.
Denial serves nothing and no one.
The two bills that were passed on Sunday run contrary to people’s fundamental rights and freedoms. And our Premier knows it.
The CAQ’s discriminatory new law and its cheerleaders are stoking a crisis in our political climate.
The CAQ refuses to see how their proposed legislation fuels Islamophobia. But it does.
* Montreal ToyCon
* Anti-Islamophobia demonstration
* Sugar shack in NDG
* Punk Rock Flea Market
* The Castagne’s at Quai des Brumes
* La Haine at Cinéma du Parc