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St-Jean-sur-Richelieu police shoot armed man

montrealgazette.com — Police shot a man after he hit two members of the Canadian Forces with his car on Monday morning and fled the scene.
Oct 20, 2014

RT @JasonMagder: Shooting in St-Jean: man shot by police after hitting two members of Canadian Forces with his car is dead: montrealgazette.com/news/Jean+Rich…

Oct 20, 2014

Shooting in St-Jean: man shot by police after hitting two members of Canadian Forces with his car is dead: montrealgazette.com/news/Jean+Rich…

Susan Schwartz: Announcing the deaths of loved ones on Facebook - yea or nay?

montrealgazette.com — The eloquent broadcaster and writer Jian Ghomeshi posted a beautifully heartfelt tribute on his public Facebook page this month to his father, Farhang Frank Ghomeshi, who had died a few days earlier. "Dear friends," he began. "Forgive me if I am lost. My heart has been broken."
Oct 20, 2014

People post cat videos and cute photos of their kids on Facebook. Is it where I want to learn that your father died? bit.ly/1DsTVyK

Rookie Finley steps up under trying circumstances

blogs.montrealgazette.com — TORONTO - Things can seem daunting, at the best of times, for Canadian Football League rookies - especially non-imports. When defensive-ends Gabriel Knapton and Aaron Lavarias both sustained knee injuries early in Saturday's game against the Toronto Argonauts, freshman Jeffrey Finley was forced into duty.