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Montreal food bank seeks to add supermarkets as donors

montrealgazette.com — MONTREAL - A Montreal man may be charged with impaired driving after he drove his car into four police vehicles that were parked on the side of Highway 25 in Laval. The police officers were involved in another operation early Sunday morning when the 19-year-old driver hit their vehicles.
Sep 21, 2014

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Alouettes prevail against injury-riddled Stampeders

montrealgazette.com — MONTREAL - So what if the Alouettes were meeting a depleted team, ravaged by injuries. In a season where wins have been few and far between, Montreal must take its victories where it can - in any shape or form.

No playoffs for Montreal Impact this year

montrealgazette.com — The chances of a second straight trip to the Major League Soccer playoffs are finished for the Impact, but the club hopes winning at home gives it something to build on for next year.

Former Habs Gionta, Gorges start new life in Buffalo

blogs.montrealgazette.com — While the Canadiens opened training camp on Sept. 18 in Brossard, former Habs Brian Gionta and Josh Gorges were facing the media in Buffalo - although a lot fewer than from their days in Montreal - as the Sabres also opened training camp. Gionta signed a three-year, $12.

Sven Andrighetto: too good for Bulldogs, no room on Canadiens

montrealgazette.com — Sven Andrighetto is stuck in hockey purgatory. He may be too good to play for the Montreal Canadiens farm club in Hamilton. But there doesn't appear to be a spot for someone with his talents on the Canadiens' roster. On Saturday the Swiss forward drew the short straw in scrimmage.

Scotland’s decision - a lesson for Quebec?

blogs.montrealgazette.com — It was supposed to be too close to call, but in the end, Scotland rejected the chance to become an independent country by a convincing if not comfortable margin of 55 per cent.

Clause allowing agencies to bypass contract tenders must be improved, expert says

montrealgazette.com — A clause in Quebec law that allows most public institutions in the province to opt out of holding a public call for tenders to award fat contracts by declaring it would not serve the public interest needs to be re-written, an international conspiracy expert said.
Sep 21, 2014

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