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Remembering two special people who died from ALS

As I watch all the videos of people taking the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge to help raise awareness and money in the fight against amyotrophic lateral sclerosis,  I think of two people in particular who died from the horrible disease that still has no cure. 1,256 more words

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Marking the 20th anniversary of Habs trading captain Carbonneau

While Canadiens fans wonder who the team’s next captain will be after Brian Gionta left for the Buffalo Sabres as a free agent, Aug. 19 marked the 20th anniversary of the day the Habs traded former captain… 1,247 more words

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Sports fans seeing plenty of the 'Trivago Guy'

If you watch any sports on TV, you’ve probably seen more of the “Trivago Guy” than you would like.

The scruffy-looking actor in the TV ads for the German-based travel site is… 234 more words

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Quebec City's Harvey best female rugby player in the world

The best female rugby player in the world is from Quebec City.

Following Canada’s 21-9 loss to England in the World Cup final on Aug. 17, Quebec City’s… 166 more words

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20th anniversary of 1994 MLB strike that killed Expos' hopes

Aug. 12 marked the 20th anniversary of the Major League Baseball strike that wiped out the 1994 season and killed the Expos’ hopes of winning a World Series championship. 2,739 more words

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Alouettes hand out $34,250 in bursaries to Quebec players

The Alouettes have been struggling on the field this season, but they made a nice move off the field on Aug. 8 when they awarded $34,250 in bursaries to 26 of Quebec’s top young football players. 186 more words

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Habs logo ranked No. 13 in NHL by The Hockey News

Here’s some news that’s bound to upset Montreal hockey fans.

The Hockey News, which needs to create content during the summer months, is doing an online feature series ranking NHL team logos and the Canadiens come in at an unlucky No. 175 more words

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