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Denis Villeneuve Says He’s Sprinting to Finish Dune on Time

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Denis Villeneuve says he’s sprinting to finish Dune on time Last month, it was confirmed that Denis Villeneuve’s highly-anticipated remake of Dune is scheduled to go back into production this month for its reshoots and additional footage. Now, in a recent interview with the Shanghai International Film Festival (via IndieWire), the Oscar-nominated director has finally addressed the impact of the ongoing pandemic on the film’s production and post-production. Check out the f...
Tags: Movies, Time, Los Angeles, Josh Brolin, North America, Montreal, Rebecca Ferguson, Vfx, Sicario, Dune, Indiewire, Porter, Villeneuve, Javier Bardem, Denis Villeneuve, Dave Bautista


Q&A With Montreal, Québec Based Hip Hop Artist GunDei

Congratulations on your latest Album release “The Place of the Skull”. We checked it out and we really enjoyed the fresh new sound & perspective on new Hip Hop coming out of Montreal, Québec. What motivated you to create this style of music. And how did you come up with your MC name GunDei? Much appreciated, I’ve been doing music professionally for the last 20 years but been into music since youth. I started singing at church in Jersey at the New Jersey mass choir. My name GunDei is pronounced ...
Tags: Usa, New Jersey, Jazz, Miami, Jesus, Montreal, BLM, Jersey, Montreal Canada, Gandhi, Montreal Quebec, Q&A Interviews, GunDei, NWA Lauryn Hill Kool G Rap King Tee


Mature & Focused Ovechkin Sets Playoff Tone for Capitals

Way back in April, about five weeks after the National Hockey League shut down because of the COVID-19 outbreak, Alex Ovechkin appeared on an episode of the NBC’s Hockey at Home television show with Wayne Gretzky. The Washington Capitals’ captain was given one opportunity to ask the Great One anything he wanted. Ovechkin’s response was not what you might expect. “Now, in this situation, what would you do if you were in my position to do something like workouts or go outside and play with s...
Tags: Nbc, Washington, Toronto, Sport, Canada, United States, Miami, Monaco, Hockey, NHL, North America, Montreal, Alex, Hall of Fame, National Hockey League, Ottawa


3 Takeaways From Canadiens’ Game One Win Over Penguins

The Montreal Canadiens made sure their first playoff game in three years was a memorable one. A brilliant performance from Carey Price, two big goals from a pair of 20-year-olds and an overtime snipe courtesy Jeff Petry propelled the Habs to an improbable 3-2 Game 1 victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins. Not to mention the game also featured two missed penalty shots. Here are three takeaways from an eventful night in Toronto. Carey Price Stands Tall It seems that everything the Canadie...
Tags: Sport, Penguins, Hockey, NHL, Montreal, Pittsburgh, Montreal Canadiens, Canadiens, Toronto Maple Leafs, Claude Julien, Pittsburgh Penguins, Carey, Habs, Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin, Matt Murray


Apple Acquired Mobeewave, a Startup That Lets Smartphones Accept Payments Using NFC

Apple has purchased payments startup Mobeewave, which created a system that lets shoppers tap a credit card or smartphone on another phone to process a payment. The functionality could allow iPhones to be used as payment terminals with no additional hardware required. According to Bloomberg, Apple purchased the startup for approximately $100 million. Mobeewave's technology works with NFC, which is built into all modern iPhones. Mobeewave's website says sending payments with the Mobeewave app ...
Tags: Apple, Featured, Bloomberg, Square, Nfc, Montreal, Apple acquisition, Bloomberg Apple, Mobeewave, Apple Acquired Mobeewave


Islanders’ Overtime Playoff Goals: Reliving All 34 of Them

Playoff hockey always brings out some of the best moments of the season. Before the start of the 2020 playoffs, the New York Islanders have been to the postseason 25 times and have had some memorable games go into overtime. Throughout, they have some remarkable goals from some of the best players in the sport and some unlikely heroes. Take a look back at all 34 overtime goals New York has scored in franchise history. J.P. Parise: Preliminary Round Game 3, 1975 The Islanders had their fir...
Tags: Florida, New York, Minnesota, Nbc, Washington, Boston, Toronto, Sport, Brooklyn, Missouri, Rangers, Philadelphia, Dave Lewis, Penguins, Hockey, NHL


9 burning questions on the NHL restart without the Ducks and Kings

The NHL returns to the ice Saturday after a 4 1/2-month pause because of the coronavirus pandemic, with 24 of its 31 teams playing in two hub cities. There will be as many as six games on TV per day, but no fans in attendance at either Rogers Place in Edmonton, Alberta, or Scotiabank Arena in Toronto. The Ducks and Kings will be absent, having finished outside the top 24, but the Boston Bruins and St. Louis Blues could stage a rematch of their nerve-jangling Stanley Cup Final of last year. No ma...
Tags: Florida, Minnesota, Boston, NFL, Toronto, Los Angeles, Sport, Chicago, West, Canada, Soccer, Arizona, Kings, Nba, Mls, Mlb


Police investigating alleged clash involving Montreal dockworkers amid strike

Montreal police are investigating an alleged altercation between dockworkers and port managers Wednesday night amid a longshoremen strike.Police spokeswoman Caroline Chevrefils says officers received a call at around 7 p.m. that a crowd of dockworkers had threatened and attacked Montreal port executives and their security guards near the Olympic Stadium.She says the longshoremen had left the scene by the time police arrived to take statements, with no charges laid so far.Martin Tessier, head of ...
Tags: News, Montreal, The Canadian Press, Caroline Chevrefils, Martin Tessier, Maritime Employers Association, The Canadian Union of Public Employees


Sheldon Keefe on Nick Robertson: “We continue to believe in him… He hasn’t had any lapses here that have made us second guess giving him that opportunity”

After practice on Wednesday, Sheldon Keefe discussed Nick Robertson’s progress toward making the Game 1 lineup, Pierre Engvall’s limited minutes in the exhibition win versus Montreal, Alex Kerfoot’s role on the penalty kill, and experimenting with the Morgan Rielly – Travis Dermott pairing. Today’s @MapleLeafs practice lines and defensive pairings: Nylander-Matthews-HymanMikheyev-Tavares-MarnerRobertson-Kerfoot-KapanenClifford-Gauthier-SpezzaEngvall Muzzin-HollRielly-CeciDermott-BarrieSandin-Mar...
Tags: Sport, Montreal, Sheldon Keefe, Leafs News, Nick Robertson, Alex Kerfoot, Pierre Engvall, Morgan Rielly Travis Dermott


Can Canadiens’ Romanov Finally Fill the Hole Left by Markov?

Since Andrei Markov’s departure from the Montreal Canadiens in 2017, there has been a hole on the defensive left side that management has had a hard time filling. There is no one on the roster who can compare to Markov’s two-way style, until maybe now. The Canadiens have a new Russian player who has the potential to become the next Markov: Alexander Romanov. Alexander Romanov, CSKA Moscow of the KHL. (Photo by Sergei SavostyanovTASS via Getty Images) You may be thinking it’s a little...
Tags: Russia, Sport, Moscow, Dallas, AHL, Hockey, NHL, Montreal, Calgary Flames, Dynamo Moscow, Montreal Canadiens, Canadiens, Romanov, Habs, Jordie Benn, Karl Alzner


NHL Rumors: Maple Leafs, Red Wings, Canadiens, Golden Knights, More

In today’s NHL rumors rundown, there is news the Toronto Maple Leafs will be loaning a player currently in their bubble to the KHL, the Anaheim Ducks have made a signing, and the Golden Knights explain their decision not to bring Max Pacioretty into their bubble. The Detroit Red Wings will go goalie shopping and finally, has Dale Weise of the Montreal Canadiens signed a deal with another team while playing for the Habs? Maple Leafs to Loan Korshkov to KHL Toronto Maple Leafs forward Egor...
Tags: Toronto, Sport, Switzerland, Detroit Red Wings, Hockey, NHL, Khan, Montreal, Ducks, Edmonton, New York Rangers, Anaheim Ducks, Lausanne, Montreal Canadiens, Steve Yzerman, Leafs


Last Islander to Win Each NHL Award

The New York Islanders had one of the best dynasties in all of sports in the 1980s. They won four Stanley Cups and won 19 straight playoff series with some of NHL’s best players. Since then, New York went through some rough seasons, but are back contending for a Stanley Cup. With the 2019-20 regular season over and the Islanders’ players and coaches not being named a finalist for any of the NHL awards, we look back at the last player to win each of the major awards. Hart Trophy and Art Ross ...
Tags: New York, Washington, Sport, Getty Images, Rangers, Hockey, NHL, Montreal, Smith, Hall of Fame, Ross, New York Rangers, New York Islanders, Boston Bruins, Montreal Canadiens, Ryan Pulock


Link confirmed between a healthy diet and prostate cancer prevention

Using data from a study conducted in Montreal between 2005 and 2012, a research team led by Professor Marie-Élise Parent of Institut national de la recherche scientifique (INRS) has shown a link between diet and prostate cancer in the article "Dietary Patterns Are Associated with Risk of Prostate Cancer in a Population-Based Case-Control Study in Montreal, Canada", published in Nutrients in June.
Tags: Science, Montreal, Montreal Canada, Marie Elise


Canadiens Need a Full Roster Effort to Beat the Penguins

There is a lot that needs to go right for the Montreal Canadiens if they want to beat the Pittsburgh Penguins in their play-in series beginning Aug. 1. It is one of the most-used clichés in sports, but to succeed they will need contributions from the whole team, from the players on the ice to the coaches behind the bench. The good news is that for the first time all season, they have a healthy lineup and the depth needed to pull off the upset.  It Can’t Just Be the Carey Price Show  I...
Tags: Toronto, Sport, Penguins, Hockey, NHL, Montreal, Pittsburgh, Montreal Canadiens, Canadiens, Weber, Jonathan Drouin, Jordan Weal, Claude Julien, Julien, Brendan Gallagher, Pittsburgh Penguins


Kotkaniemi Could Be Canadiens’ Game-Changer in Penguins Series

It’s been a roller coaster ride for Jesperi Kotkaniemi this season; it started with high hopes, but poor play, loss of confidence, and then being sent to Laval Rocket cast a cloud over it. He started getting his game back and working hard to improve with coach Joel Bouchard and becoming a point-per-game player in Laval, before suffering a serious spleen injury that ended his season… or so we thought. Jesperi Kotkaniemi, Montreal Canadiens (Amy Irvin / The Hockey Writers) With the Can...
Tags: Sport, Finland, Hockey, NHL, Montreal, Byron, Montreal Canadiens, Canadiens, Claude Julien, Julien, Pittsburgh Penguins, Paul Byron, Timmins, Habs, Malkin, Laval


Penguins & Canadiens Playoff History: Underdog Habs Have the Upper Hand

The NHL’s play-in round is a little over a week away and the Pittsburgh Penguins will play the Montreal Canadiens in a best-of-five series. Although the Penguins have been in the league since 1967 and the Canadiens are an original six team, this will be just the third time the two teams will face each other in the postseason. Related: Pittsburgh Penguins’ 10 Best Defensemen in Team History The Penguins are still looking to beat the Canadiens in the postseason, as they’ve lost both playoff ...
Tags: Sport, Philadelphia, Penguins, Hockey, NHL, Montreal, Pittsburgh, Murray, Montreal Canadiens, Canadiens, Flyers, Washington Capitals, Buffalo Sabres, Ottawa Senators, Jonathan Drouin, Crosby


Current and former staff at gaming giant Ubisoft make new allegations of sexual harassment and HR failures, warning senior staff exits won't alter 'deep-rooted, toxic' culture

Ubisoft, the video game giant, has been rocked through June and July by allegations of sexual harassment and assault made against senior staff. CEO Yves Guillemot has promised sweeping changes as seemingly "untouchable" senior employees resign or are suspended pending the results of investigations. But some staff are skeptical. More than a dozen current and former employees told Business Insider that misogyny was deep-rooted at the firm, which has 18,000 staff and offices around the world. As ...
Tags: Facebook, France, Toronto, Trends, Canada, Atlantic, Paris, Ubisoft, Montreal, ECS, Business Insider, Marie Antoinette, Yves, Cornet, Tommy, O Hara


Vertical City Announces Expansion of Their AI-Powered Elevator Communication Network to Quebec

The company’s Montreal expansion brings cutting edge elevator communication technology to property managers and advertisers. July 23, 2020. To view this release in French, click here. Vertical City, Canada’s fastest-growing elevator screen communication and advertising network is proud to announce its expansion into Quebec. The company now services property managers, residents, and advertisers coast-to-coast, with […] The post Vertical City Announces Expansion of Their AI-Powered Elevator Commun...
Tags: Advertising, Press Releases, Montreal, Quebec, Vertical City, Ad & Media Strategies, Ad Products, Elevator Communication, Vertical City Canada


Private Brand Takes Center Stage in Sobey’s New Project Horizon

Empire Company Limited today outlined its new three-year strategy to deliver an incremental $500 million in annualized EBITDA by the end of fiscal 2023. Building from the overwhelming success of Project Sunrise, Empire’s previous three-year strategy, the Company is well-positioned to accelerate a new ambitious growth plan. Empire is a Canadian company headquartered in Stellarton, Nova Scotia. Empire’s key businesses are food retai...
Tags: Global, Analytics, Canada, Nova Scotia, Montreal, Empire, Quebec, Ocado, Branding, Ontario, Cfc, Company, The Company, EBITDA, Sobey, Western Canada


‘Person. Woman. Man. Camera. TV.’ Didn’t Mean What Trump Hoped It Did

The president said on Fox News that he had to remember those words as part of a test that he said demonstrated his mental acuity. But the test, the Montreal Cognitive Assessment, is meant to detect signs of dementia, Alzheimer’s disease or other conditions.
Tags: News, Fox News, Dementia, Montreal, Biden, Trump, United States Politics and Government, Donald J, Joseph R Jr, Presidential Election of 2020, Tests (Medical, Intelligence and Intelligence Tests (IQ, Montreal Cognitive Assessment


Quebec Government To Investigate Firing Of Museum Director

Her departure has unleashed a tempest in the art circles of Canada, where the Montreal museum is viewed as something of a national treasure; the debate over why Nathalie Bondil was let go has led to such confusion and rancor that the government has stepped in to investigate. – The New York Times
Tags: Art, Canada, Montreal, Visual, Nathalie Bondil, 07.22.20


Canadiens Need Productive Youth to Succeed in Playoffs

The Montreal Canadiens will soon be travelling to Toronto to enter the bubble and begin Phase 4 where they will play one exhibition game versus (vs) division rival, the Toronto Maple Leafs prior to their play-in series vs Sidney Crosby and his Pittsburgh Penguins. Related: Remembering the Canadiens’ 2014 Playoff Run Currently, the NHL is in Phase 3, which means a shortened training camp in each NHL city. As the clear cut underdogs, the Habs are preparing as best as they can to try and surp...
Tags: Toronto, Sport, Ncaa, Penguins, AHL, Hockey, NHL, Montreal, New York Islanders, Pittsburgh, Montreal Canadiens, Canadiens, Toronto Maple Leafs, Crosby, Lindgren, ECHL


Truth about Trump's cognitive test

President Donald Trump's latest job qualification, according to President Trump, is not having dementia. In an interview with Fox News' Chris Wallace on Sunday, in which the journalist told Trump that according to recent polling more Americans believe former Vice President Joe Biden is more mentally fit to serve as president than Trump is, Trump trotted out a brag he's shared several times over the past few months: that he aced a test. Namely, the Montreal Cognitive Assessment Test, a cognitive ...
Tags: News, Joe Biden, Stories, Montreal, Donald Trump, Trump, Fox News Chris Wallace


Opinion: The truth about Trump's cognitive test

President Donald Trump's latest job qualification, according to President Trump, is not having dementia. In an interview with Fox News' Chris Wallace on Sunday, in which the journalist told Trump that according to recent polling more Americans believe former Vice President Joe Biden is more mentally fit to serve as president than Trump is, Trump trotted out a brag he's shared several times over the past few months: that he aced a test. Namely, the Montreal Cognitive Assessment Test, a cognitive ...
Tags: News, Joe Biden, Stories, Montreal, Donald Trump, Trump, Fox News Chris Wallace


Just For Laughs Announces Interactive Virtual Festival

Just For Laughs Group will be going fully virtual for the first time since its 1983 inception. The annual comedy festival, held in Montreal, will forego its typical crowds for an online venue in response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Keeping with its original postponed dates, the festival will welcome online audiences Oct. 9 and […]
Tags: News, Festivals, Montreal, Just for Laughs, Laughs Group, Charles Décarie, Juste pour rire


I took a closer look at the cognitive test Trump claims to have aced

The test the president boasted about passing does not measure IQ but is typically used to check for early signs of dementiaLike any smart, down-to-earth person, Donald Trump has been bragging about “acing” a simple cognitive test he took recently. He’s been doing it for a while now, but it wasn’t until his interview with Fox News’s Chris Wallace on Sunday that he was challenged over it.As the president started boasting about his results, Wallace laughed. “I took the test too when I heard that yo...
Tags: News, US, Joe Biden, Fox News, Montreal, Donald Trump, Marketwatch, Trump, Wallace, Chris Wallace, Nasreddine, Ziad Nasreddine, Joe Biden?In


How Did This Get Made: A Conversation With the Producer of ‘The Peanut Butter Solution’

This week, the gang at How Did This Get Made? covered  The Peanut Butter Solution , a mid-80s children’s fantasy film about a suddenly-bald 11-year-old boy who uses a peanut-butter-powered magic potion to try and grow his hair back  The key to understanding  The Peanut Butter Solution is Rock Demers—the French-speaking, Canadian producer whose beloved Reading – Rainbow -like “Tales for All” series of films has been captivating children around the world since 1985. The same year, in fact,...
Tags: Usa, England, Movies, China, Russia, Features, Canada, Poland, Argentina, Romania, Bjork, Iceland, Montreal, Quebec, Michael, Judy Garland


This is the test Trump said he 'aced' and that Fox News host Chris Wallace would have trouble completing

The test was likely the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MOCA), which measures cognitive function and helps diagnose illnesses.
Tags: News, Fox News, Montreal, Trump, Chris Wallace


Fox News host Chris Wallace says the cognitive test Trump claims to have 'aced' is 'not the hardest test'

The test was most likely the Montreal Cognitive Assessment, which measures cognitive function and helps diagnose illnesses.
Tags: News, Fox News, Montreal, Trump, Chris Wallace


Today’s Hockey Notes

from Larry Brooks of the New York Post, - Maybe it wouldn’t make the slightest bit of difference across this country, but maybe it would. Maybe some of those invited to participate would decline because they do not believe in the message. Shame on them, but that would not scuttle the initiative. Because when 12 NHL teams convene in Toronto in just over a week, their 24 goaltenders will all be wearing masks when they go to work. And when the 12 other tournament entrants convene in Edmo...
Tags: Toronto, Sport, Psa, Nashville, NHL, Montreal, Edmonton, CBA, Snider, Devils, Mike Richards, Roenick, Jeff Carter, Shea Weber, Larry Brooks, Ilya Kovalchuk