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N.D.G. homeowner in massive hole over sewage pipe break — WITH VIDEO: New roofing, fixing drains around the house or even dealing with the occasional foundation issue, said Notre-Dame-de-Grâce resident Eric Cook, are things you pray you won't have to deal with as a homeowner, but can understand when you do.

Victoria’s Secret to open flagship shop in downtown Montreal: industry insiders — The secret is out: three months after Victoria's Secret signed for a downtown Montreal location, the talk of the town is that the lingerie giant will open on the corner of Ste. Catherine St. W. and Stanley St. next spring, the second largest shop in a chain that numbers more than 1,000 stores.
Jul 30, 2014

Victoria’s Secret to open flagship shop in downtown Montreal: industry insiders…

Jul 30, 2014

From books to bras: Victoria's Secret to build flagship shop where Chapters now is at Ste. Cat & Stanley

Santropol Roulant raising money through Iron Chef-style competition — Jillian Page There seems to be a common theme in my blog posts here recently: liberation of the body in its natural... Jul 29, 2014 | Montreal Gazette " Life Jillian Page Scott RedCloud and friends who organized the Montreal World Naked Bike Ride on July 5th sent me the ...

Gazette Midday: PK and Habs $3 million apart; Gaza death toll mounts — Hello and welcome to and welcome to Midday. Here's the rundown on some of the stories we're following for you today. With a salary arbitration hearing scheduled for Friday, the Canadiens and restricted free-agent defenceman P.K. Subban submitted salary figures on Wednesday and they are more than $3 million apart.
Jul 30, 2014

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Hackers and cyber-attacks - we’re all targets — On Thursday the federal government is expected to provide details on a cyber attack launched on Canada's National Research Council by what a federal government spokesman described as a "highly sophisticated Chinese state-sponsored actor". The attack was discovered by Communications Security Establishment Canada and the Chinese government has unequivocally denied it had anything to do with the incident.
Jul 30, 2014

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Impact’s Nick De Santis removed as sporting director — MONTREAL - Nick De Santis has been removed as the Impact's sporting director. In a press conference Wednesday morning, Impact president Joey Saputo made the announcement. "Nick has been relieved from his duties," Saputo said. "In business, the most difficult decisions are those made involving emotions.

Locals loom large at Osheaga — Sam Roberts Band (Friday, 4:35 p.m., River Stage). Fresh from afrobeat excursion Collider, Roberts and his band reached out to Killing Joke member and Macca collaborator Youth to guide them in the direction of don't bore us, get to the chorus. Mac DeMarco (Friday, 9:50 p.m., Tree Stage).
Jul 30, 2014

RT @eleijon: I wrote tweet-sized bites of the Montreal acts performing at Osheaga this weekend…

Editorial: Courts can’t settle the Churchill Falls dispute — As interprovincial grudge matches go, the bout between Quebec and the province of Newfoundland and Labrador over the Churchill Falls hydro-power agreement must be close to setting a longevity record.

Torstar Corp. reports higher Q2 profits but revenues fall on lower ad sales — TORONTO - Torstar Corp. (TSX:TS.B), publisher of the country's largest newspaper, the Toronto Star, reported a slightly higher profit in its latest quarter as it continued to feel pressure from falling print advertising revenues.
Jul 30, 2014

Torstar Corp. reports higher Q2 profits but revenues fall on lower ad sales…

Impact makes changes; De Santis might quit — The Impact made one move on Tuesday, but a bigger one is probably coming Wednesday. The Impact, which has the worst record in Major League Soccer (3-12-5) and has lost a franchise-worst five straight games, acquired American midfielder Dilly Duka from the Chicago Fire on Tuesday in exchange for Gambian midfielder Sanna Nyassi.

Osheaga 2014: Le Trouble doesn’t suffer from poster envy — Le Trouble has gone from last to first. When Osheaga unveiled the initial lineup poster for the festival's 2014 edition, the Montreal punk-pop group was on the last line. Now the quintet are preparing to kick off the three-day shindig at the crack of 1 p.m. on Friday.
Jul 30, 2014

RT @eleijon: Ready for Osheaga coverage? Let's start with my story on Le Trouble, not suffering from poster envy…

Catching up with former Alouette Junior Ah You — Do you remember former Alouettes defensive-end Junior Ah You? I received an email from Gazette reader Andrew Wrobel, who lives in Ile Perrot, after he ran into the Canadian Football Hall of Famer who played with the Als from 1972-81 while on vacation in Oahu, Hawaii.