MONTREAL — The House of Commons fell silent today as members of Parliament remembered the victims of the Montreal Massacre 30 years after they were gunned down in an anti-feminist attack. 724 more words
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This was written for today’s FOWC With Fandango or Fandango’s One Word Challenge. Today’s word is “MAP”.
My dad and I were traveling from Montreal to Los Angeles and I was the map reader. 62 more words
When a video is posted online of a mysterious man killing two kittens, internet users across the world leap into action to find the perpetrator. Encouraged by the attention he’s receiving, the killer continues posting ever more disturbing videos, eventually crossing into murder… 92 more words
Irish immigrants want Montreal's new subway station named after one of their own, not Bernard Landry
Some in Montreal’s Irish community want the city’s new subway station to be named after one of their own. Instead, the station may be named after recently-deceased Quebec Premier Bernard Landry, who is said to have blamed the 1995 sovereignty referendum loss on immigrants during a verbal outburst. 353 more words
MONTREAL — Thirty years after the worst mass shooting in Canadian history, official acknowledgment has come that what happened on Dec. 6, 1989, at Montreal’s Ecole Polytechnique was an attack on feminists. 1,064 more words