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These Players Are Missed In Montreal

from Jack Todd at the Montreal Gazette, The diagnosis is pretty simple. The Canadiens miss their heavyweights. Read ‘em and weep: Shea Weber , Corey Perry , Phillip Danault , Carey Price . Weber and Price are missing through no fault of the management. Price will be back. Weber probably won’t. But Danault and Perry could have been retained — and from what we have seen so far, both should have been signed. Without those four, the Canadiens have a team with talent but without di...
Tags: Sport, Montreal, Canadiens, Weber, Perry, Danault, Jack Todd


Jack Hughes An Olympian?

from Larry Brooks of the New York Post, - You know, chances are that Auston Matthews will be Patrick Kane’s center for Team USA at the Olympics, and if not him, then likely Dylan Larkin, but do not go to sleep on the possibility of Jack Hughes emerging as a top-six force for the Yanks in Beijing. Of course, the overtime winner Friday night against the Blackhawks was a work of open-ice beauty in the three-on-three competition. And the spin move off which No. 86 scored his first of the ...
Tags: New York Post, Los Angeles, Sport, Chicago, Beijing, Kings, Montreal, TNT, Kane, Auston Matthews, Blackhawks, Patrick Kane, Dylan Larkin, Team USA, Hughes, Jack Eichel


Gotham Knights Story Trailer Shows Mysterious Court of Owls

As was promised, WB Montreal showed more off of Gotham Knights, its upcoming Batman-less brawler, at this year’s DC FanDome. While the reveal already contained gameplay, this new update gives a closer look at the mischievous Court of Owls. It still has a vague release date of 2022 for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. RELATED: Exclusive: Injustice Clip Shows Batman Planning a Big Heist The first story trailer, listed below, gives a sneak peek at the mysterious ...
Tags: Games, Movies, Dc Comics, Gotham, Dc, Warner Bros, Montreal, Robin, WB, ComingSoon, Video Game News, Court of Owls, Gotham Knights, DC FanDome, WB Montreal


A Motivated Tomas Tatar

from Jackie Spiegel of the Sporting News, On Friday night at the Prudential Center, Tomas Tatar will play in his first regular-season game for his new club, the Devils. The last time he played in a meaningful game was 141 days ago, which means it's been almost four months since he laced up the skates and hit the ice in the Canadiens' fifth game of the 2021 Stanley Cup playoffs first-round series against the Maple Leafs. But didn't Montreal play into July? Yes, but Tatar sp...
Tags: Toronto, Sport, Montreal, Canadiens, Sporting News, Devils, Lindy Ruff, Tomas Tatar, Jeff Petry, Tatar, Le Bleu Blanc Rouge, Jackie Spiegel, Dominique Ducharme, Prudential Center Tomas Tatar


Scientists identify gene responsible for food-dependent form of Cushing's Syndrome

A team of scientists in Montreal and Paris has succeeded in identifying the gene responsible for the development of a food-dependent form of Cushing's Syndrome, a rare disease affecting both adrenal glands.
Tags: Health, Paris, Montreal


Canada & New England Fall Cruises

Canada & New England Fall Cruises Fall cruises in Canada & New England are very popular. They are close-to-home cruises and afford guests an opportunity for a bit of leaf-peeping to enjoy the fall colors. Generally speaking, cruise lines will move ships from summer cruises in the Mediterranean to Canada and New England before they make their way down to the Caribbean for the winter season. The season for these fall cruises is generally late August through early October. And, a very typical itin...
Tags: Travel, Featured, New York City, Canada, Montreal, Caribbean, New England, Mediterranean, Silversea Cruises, Viking Ocean Cruises, Roaming Boomers Travel Services, Canada New England, Regent Seven Seas Cruises, New England Fall Cruises, New England Fall Cruises Fall, NYC Silversea Canada New England


An Eight-Year Deal For Nick Suzuki In Montreal

MONTREAL - Montreal Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin announced Tuesday that the team has agreed to terms on an eight-year, $63 million contract extension (2022-23 to 2029-30) with forward Nick Suzuki. The deal will pay him an average annual salary of $7.875 million. Suzuki, 22, posted 15 goals and 26 assists in 56 games last season while serving 26 penalty minutes. The London, ON native then led the Canadiens with 16 points in 22 playoff games to help the team reach the Stanley Cup Fi...
Tags: London, Sport, NHL, Montreal, NICK, Canadiens, Max Pacioretty, Montreal Montreal Canadiens, Tomas Tatar, Suzuki, Marc Bergevin, Nick Suzuki


Watch Jaco Pastorius: The Lost Tapes Documentary, the Fan-Made Film on the Most Innovative Bass Player of All Time

People do not understand how hard a jazz musician works for a living. I’m not putting nobody down, but I’m telling you nobody understands how hard jazz musicians work. Jazz is not big in the US, because the States are too worried about Pac-Man and The Police. — Jaco When Jaco Pastorius uttered the quote above in a typically entertaining and insightful interview with Guitar World from 1983, I’m sure he meant no disrespect to the members of The Police. It may be safe to say that Jaco signi...
Tags: Facebook, Europe, Music, Japan, College, France, US, Jazz, States, Warner Bros, Montreal, Joni Mitchell, Jaco Pastorius, Jacó, Hendrix, Josh Jones


Sunday Hockey Notes

from Steve Simmons of the Toronto Sun, - This may be completely unrelated to Carey Price’s current personal situation, but more than one hockey person was convinced this summer that Price wanted to be chosen in the expansion draft by the Seattle Kraken but remained in Montreal instead. - After Aleksander Barkov’s first game in Toronto years ago, I rode down the elevator with then-Florida GM Dale Tallon. I told Tallon that Barkov reminded me of a little of Jonathan Toews, whom Tallon had dr...
Tags: Florida, Toronto, Sport, Chicago, Espn, NHL, Montreal, Jonathan Toews, Stan Bowman, Vigneault, Alain Vigneault, Robin Lehner, Lehner, Seth Jones, John Carlson, Aleksander Barkov


Questions Before The Season Starts

from Emily Sadler of Sportsnet, With a brand new NHL season comes a clean sheet of ice and a fresh batch of storylines ready to unfold. And questions. Many questions. Every year, a lot of the same ones appear -- questions like, Whose rebuild will take the biggest leap forward? and How many trades might we see? and Who's left standing at the end of it all? and, of course, We're all about to underestimate the New York Islanders again, aren't we? (Just me? Oh. Sorry.) Tha...
Tags: Sport, NHL, Montreal, Seattle, Pacific, Tampa, Tampa Bay Lightning, New York Islanders, Tampa Bay, Arizona Coyotes, Stanley Cups, Al Arbour, Barclay Goodrow, Gourde, Emily Sadler, Seattle Kraken


The studio behind a blockbuster 'Tomb Raider' game is switching to a 4-day work week for its staff, cutting hours from 40 to 32 while keeping salaries the same

David Anfossi, head of studio, pictured in 2015. Christian Petersen / Staff via Getty Images. Video game maker Eidos-Montreal is switching to a four-day week, closing on Fridays. Salaries won't change, and workers' hours will go from 40 a week to 32, it said. Momentum for a four-day workweek is growing, with multiple governments trialing it. Staff at the Canadian game studio Eidos-Montreal will no longer have to work Friday after the company announced a switch to a four-day work we...
Tags: Trends, Iceland, Montreal, Square Enix, Stephen Jones, Sherbrooke, Eidos Montreal, David Anfossi, Mark Takano, US California, Getty Images Video, Christian Petersen Staff


Sporting News Podcast: Ep. 41

NBA The 41st episode of the Sporting News Podcast is here. Please, have a listen and subscribe on iTunes. In today's show, Matt Lutovsky (@MLutovsky) and guest-host Troy Machir (@TroyMachir) discuss: The lack of “bulletin board material” for the NBA Finals and Stanley Cup FinalWhether Gregg Popovich is mean or if he really “likes everyone”The ridiculous ticket prices for Stanley Cup games in New YorkPredictions for social media buzz that will pop...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, New York, Minnesota, Canada, Spurs, Michael Jordan, Kings, Nba, Rangers, Mlb, Emma Stone, Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, Montreal, San Antonio


Canada invited Chelsea Manning to country so she could be deported

Bizarre request made ahead of immigration hearing for Manning, whose previous attempts to enter Canada have been deniedCanadian government lawyers recently invited US whistleblower Chelsea Manning to travel to a hearing in Montreal – so that border agents could then physically remove her from the country.The bizarre request, which was eventually denied by an adjudicator, was made ahead of an immigration hearing set to begin on Thursday for Manning, whose previous attempts to enter Canada have be...
Tags: Americas, US, World news, US news, Canada, US immigration, Montreal, Chelsea Manning, Manning


‘I Hope People Laugh As Much As We Did Making It ‘: Asher Grodman On CBS’ Ghosts

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Tags: Ghosts, Cbs, Only CBS, Montreal, Samantha, Jay, Alberta, Paramount, DJ Sixsmith, CBS Samantha, Around the Nation, Asher Grodman, CBS Local This, Utkarsh Ambudkar Rose McIver, Grodman


U.S. States Push to Surpass World Emissions Norms on Aviation

By David Shepardson and Allison LampertWASHINGTON/MONTREAL (Reuters) - U.S. President Joe Biden's administration should exceed global standards...
Tags: Joe Biden, Montreal, Reuters, David Shepardson, Allison LampertWASHINGTON


Nominate Your Favourite New Read

CALL/ACBD is accepting nominations for the 2022 Hugh Lawford Award for Excellence in Legal Publishing. The Canadian Association of Law Libraries has long had an annual award for excellent legal publishing. Some years ago, we renamed the award we present after Queens University Professor Hugh Lawford (1933-2009) to recognize his contributions to legal publishing in Canada. As a group of legal information specialists, our work depends on being able to access and share high-quality legal knowledge....
Tags: Law, Canada, Montreal, Education & Training, Queens University, Legal Information, Legal Information: Publishing, Hugh Lawford


Stream The Body & BIG|BRAVE’s Powerful New Collaborative Album Leaving None But Small Birds

The Body are a Portland duo who make heavy, scuzzy, experimental metal-adjacent music. BIG|BRAVE are a Montreal trio who make punishingly hooky noise-rock. Today, those two bands have come together to release a collaborative album. Both bands have had strange, adventurous careers, but given the music that they’ve made in the past, you could be forgiven for expecting them to make something heavy and fuzzed out on their new team-up. That’s not what they’ve done.
Tags: Music, Portland, Montreal, Big, New Music, The Body


Bob McKenzie’s Early Draft Rankings

from Bob McKenzie of TSN, Let’s make one thing clear from the get-go: The 2022 NHL Draft is the Shane Wright Draft. The Kingston Frontenacs’ centre is the unanimous No. 1 on TSN’s Pre-Season 2022 NHL Draft Rankings. Ten out of 10 scouts surveyed by TSN identified the 6-foot, 185-pound Burlington, Ont., native as the clear-cut choice. And, until further notice, they say it’s not even close. “No. 1 this year is his to lose,” said an NHL team head scout. “It would take him having...
Tags: Sport, Power, Canada, NHL, Kingston, Montreal, Edmonton, University Of Michigan, Burlington, TSN, Buffalo Sabres, Wright, OHL, Ontario Hockey League, Wolverines, Bob McKenzie


Who Starts In Goal For The Toronto Maple Leafs?

from Lance Hornby of the Toronto Sun, It’s a mystery to many how the Maple Leafs will create a battle for the crease in this training time when the principal combatants are such happy campers. Jack Campbell and Petr Mrazek are unfailingly polite in social settings, in their media encounters and to each other. But now it’s time to cue the Odd Couple theme, as they can’t share the same net on game night. “Between Petr and Jack, we have two guys who are confident, comfortable and eas...
Tags: Toronto, Sport, Czech Republic, Montreal, Jack, Ottawa, Maple Leafs, Toronto Maple Leafs, Campbell, Petr Mrazek, Mrazek, Jack Campbell, Sheldon Keefe, Petr, Lance Hornby


Canada: Proper Governance And Compliance Are Critical In Mitigating Financial Crime Risks - Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP

Stéphane Eljarrat is a partner in Osler's Litigation group and leads the national White-Collar Defence practice. Based in Montréal and Toronto, he works closely with Osler's Risk...
Tags: News, Toronto, Canada, Montreal, Osler, Osler Hoskin, Harcourt LLP, Stéphane Eljarrat, White Collar Defence


Canada grants asylum to four people who hid Edward Snowden in Hong Kong

Charity helping the refugees say they are happy with the result but urges Ottawa to expedite asylum of remaining ‘Guardian Angel’ Canada granted asylum to four people who hid former NSA contractor Edward Snowden in their tiny Hong Kong apartments when he was on the run after stealing a trove of classified documents.The four – Supun Thilina Kellapatha, Nadeeka Dilrukshi Nonis and their children Sethumdi and Dinath – landed in Toronto on Tuesday and were due to go on to Montreal to “start their ne...
Tags: Hong Kong, Nsa, Toronto, World news, Canada, Edward Snowden, Refugees, Montreal, Ottawa, Supun Thilina Kellapatha Nadeeka Dilrukshi Nonis, Sethumdi, Dinath


TSN Insiders Today

New TSN Hockey Insider Chris Johnston joins Pierre LeBrun and Darren Dreger for his first edition of Insider Trading, as they discuss Auston Matthews' status for opening night, the future of female refs in the NHL, Habs GM Marc Bergevin's contract in Montreal, the potential of fans attending the World Juniors and more. Watch at TSN
Tags: Sport, Montreal, Auston Matthews, World Juniors, Marc Bergevin, Pierre Lebrun, Darren Dreger, Chris Johnston, TSN Insiders Today, NHL Habs


LE GERMAIN HOTEL MONTREAL UNVEILS COLORFUL MURAL

Le Germain Hotel Montreal recently unveiled a major project collaboration with the MURAL Festival of Montreal, North America's largest urban art festival. The boutique hotel now displays a permanent mural on its front facade, designed by Canadian artist Michelle Hoogvelt.  Following its reopening after extensive renovations, Le Germain Hotel Montreal pursued its innovative relaunch by bringing an elegant touch to downtown Montreal. The initiative is part of the 2021 Mural Arts Program by the...
Tags: Travel, Canada, Montreal, Quebec, Calgary, Le Germain Hotel Montreal, Montreal North America, Eat Play Sleep, Michelle Hoogvelt, Michelle Hoogveld, Hoogveld, Montreal Quebec Charlevoix Ottawa Toronto, United States Mexico Peru England Portugal, Germany Germain Hotels


Riddick 4 Is 'Closer Than You Think,' According To Vin Diesel

The Riddick franchise is a lot like its main character: rough around the edges, complex, hard to pin down and, most importantly, a survivor. Case in point, star Vin Diesel's recent Instagram post where he continues to bang the drum for a supposedly forthcoming new installment in the series after an already 8-year gap and counting:Incredible meeting today, thanks team you know who you are... Let's just say Furia maybe closer than you think. #RiddickAfter decent returns compared to a moderate budg...
Tags: Movies, News, Instagram, Judi Dench, Montreal, Vin Diesel, Vin, Dahl, Riddick, Karl Urban, Pitch Black, Katee Sackhoff, David Twohy, Furia, Linus Roache, Twohy


LE GERMAIN HOTEL MONTREAL UNVEILS COLORFUL DOWNTOWN MURAL

Le Germain Hotel Montreal recently unveiled a major project collaboration with the MURAL Festival of Montreal, North America's largest urban art festival. The boutique hotel now displays a permanent mural on its front facade, designed by Canadian artist Michelle Hoogvelt.  Following its reopening after extensive renovations, Le Germain Hotel Montreal pursued its innovative relaunch by bringing an elegant touch to downtown Montreal. The initiative is part of the 2021 Mural Arts Program by the...
Tags: Travel, Canada, Montreal, Quebec, Calgary, Le Germain Hotel Montreal, Montreal North America, Eat Play Sleep, Michelle Hoogvelt, Michelle Hoogveld, Hoogveld, Montreal Quebec Charlevoix Ottawa Toronto, United States Mexico Peru England Portugal, Germany Germain Hotels


Meet Hui Ka Yan, the billionaire at the head of Evergrande, the massive Chinese property development company in danger of defaulting on $300 billion in loans

Bobby Yip/Reuters Hui Ka Yan is the founder and chairman of property giant Evergrande. He was born in a rural village and worked in the steel industry before founding Evergrande in 1997.While his company is now $300 billion in debt, Hui has made $5.3 billion in dividends over the last four years.See more stories on Insider's business page. Evergrande, China's second biggest property developer, is $300 billion in debt - the largest amount of debt of any company in the world. A...
Tags: Hong Kong, Elon Musk, Real Estate, News, China, Trends, Tesla, Bloomberg, C, Features, Beijing, Xi Jinping, Chinese Super League, Montreal, Shenzhen, Luiz Felipe Scolari


New Fiction: An Excerpt from Abeer Esber’s ‘Free Fall’

Syrian author and filmmaker Abeer Esber’s سقوط حر (Free Fall) was published in 2019. From Free Fall By Abeer Esber Translated by Nouha Homad Sleep, little one. Our guilt will leave us soon… So here I am now, Yasmina, my mother’s daughter, returning home just as she did — after years that flowed like a mighty river between the two returns. In Maqlass, in the village of Dr. Khalil, where I’ve been settling my accounts with this gentle past of mine, I could only sel...
Tags: Books, Fiction, Time, Montreal, Beirut, Damascus, Amman, Khalil, al Sham, Yasmina, Aseel, Damascus University, Abeer Esber, Nouha Homad Sleep, Maqlass, Omayyad Mosque


Star Wars Bits: Disney+ Day, The Book Of Boba Fett, Quantic Dream's Star Wars Video Game, Star Wars: Visions, And More!

In this edition of Star Wars Bits:Disney+ Day Celebrates Boba FettLudwig Göransson Will Reportedly Score "The Book of Boba Fett"Is There a "Star Wars" Video Game in the Works From Quantic Dream?Hasbro's "Star Wars: Droids" Figures"Star Wars" Podcast & YouTube Round-UpAnd more! Disney+ Day Celebrates Boba Fett On Friday, November 12, The Walt Disney Company will host Disney+ Day, in which subscribers will be treated to new content releases across the streaming service's iconic brands -- including...
Tags: Star Wars, Television, Movies, News, Disney, Paris, Sony, Hasbro, Darth Vader, Montreal, Lucasfilm, Detroit, George Lucas, Jason, Adam Savage, NICK


Questions Will Be Answered

from Michael Traikos of the National Post, Who is going to be traded between now and the start of the season? Whether it is Eichel or St. Louis’ Vladimir Tarasenko, there appears to be a lot of big-name players sitting on the trading block. Cap space could be a motivating factor in any deal. Heading into training camp, 10 teams were above the $81.5-million limit, meaning something will have to give between now and the start of the season. Of the teams having to make a move, look for B...
Tags: Minnesota, Boston, Sport, Power, San Jose, Vancouver, NHL, Montreal, Seattle, St Louis, Calgary, Edmonton, Calder, Bruins, Winnipeg, Anaheim


Canadian police seek man who allegedly punched nurse for vaccinating his wife

A man confronted a female nurse at a pharmacy in Quebec for giving his wife a Covid-19 vaccine ‘without his authorization’Police in the Canadian province of Quebec are searching for a man they suspect of punching a nurse in the face for giving his wife a Covid-19 vaccine without his consent, a police spokesman said on Wednesday.The man confronted the female nurse on Monday morning in the office of a pharmacy in the city of Sherbrooke, about 155 kilometres (96 miles) south-east of Montreal, where...
Tags: Americas, World news, Canada, Vaccines and immunisation, Montreal, Quebec, Sherbrooke, Coronavirus, Martin Carrier