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Apologies for the lack of articles, there’s a lot going on behind the scenes that you can’t see from our social media. For example, I’ve started my comps year for my PhD; for those not familiar, I’m spending the next semester studying full time for huge exams in May. 335 more words


5 Montreal stories you must read this week: January 12

From residents left with empty oil tanks in the middle of winter to an elderly Polish man who says a doctor made fun of him for being an immigrant, here are the biggest stories Global News covered in Montreal this week: 276 more words


Verdun residents create sidewalk rink for kids

Osborne Street on the south side of Verdun is usually quiet — but the past week, it’s been the site of skates and scraping shovels. A townhouse on the street is now the site of a homemade skating rink built just off the sidewalk. 210 more words


Verdun landlord and tenant taking water feud to the rental board

For the past 24 hours, the Nitor family has been calling a hotel room “home.”

“It’s gotten to a point where we’re here now, we’re spending over 100-and-something dollars a night to stay in a hotel,” said Sebastian Nitor. 390 more words



The meadows where our bodies lay
were torn apart by blackberries
we hid & danced, then ran away
when clouds had read our histories

and when the rain restores the life we burnt… 10 more words


Archives de la Cote d'Or, B 1760

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A messire guillaume de lureul chevalier seigneur de lacueille et / de saingny en re…ment, et a dame anne de la cha… 346 more words

Dijon Archives

The Migrating Village of Saxlingham Thorpe

Returning to the Norfolk village of Saxlingham, Nethergate and Thorpe, we’ve arrived at the High Middle Ages: post-Hastings, post Norman Conquest and all that.

While William and his mail-clad henchmen hadn’t treated kindly with the English lords of this land, neither had they eradicated the defeated with their commended free men. 10,225 more words