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Google's Very Own Fighter Jet Taking To The California Skies

gizmodo.com — The Mountain View Voice has sleuthed something interesting in Google Land (which the Times's also picked up on)-H211 LLC, the company controlled by the G's execs that operates Larry, Sergey and the rest of the Googlers' private jets, has recently acquired a fighter jet.

Photos: Oilers vs. Canadiens

Ten CIO Resolutions for 2015

forbes.com — By Mark Raskino and John Mahoney Gartner, Inc. In 2015, CIOs are expected to drive more digital business innovation. In order to achieve this, they must gradually elevate their role, and that of the IT organization, to reposition themselves more as an agenda setter. CIOs can't elevate and educate without strong credibility [...]

Photo essay: Living on the streets of Montreal

montrealgazette.com — After 30 years of working in construction as a painter, Martin ParĂ© had everything he wanted in life. He lived in a nice apartment with a $3,600 sofa. He had a big-screen TV, and a 14-foot Zodiac boat with scuba gear. Then a medical emergency landed him in a Montreal hospital for a month.

Photos: Als vs. Roughriders, Oct. 13, 2014

montrealgazette.com — Montreal Alouettes reciever Brandon London, left, catches a touchdown pass over Saskatchewan Roughriders linebacker Weldon Brown during a Canadian Football League game at Molson Stadium in Montreal on Monday, Oct. 13, 2014.

Photos: Canadiens defeat the Colorado Avalanche in overtime

montrealgazette.com — Montreal Canadiens Travis Moen, left, is checked by Colorado Avalanche defenceman Nick Holden in front of goalie Reto Berra during National Hockey League pre-season game in Montreal Thursday September 25, 2014.

Photos: Sheryl Crow at POP Montreal

Photos: Pitbull performs at the Bell Centre in double bill with Enrique Iglesias

Photo gallery: Pitbull performs at the Bell Centre in double bill with Enrique Iglesias

Environmentalist sounds warning for Canada

montrealgazette.com — Prominent environmentalist and author Bill McKibben penned the first book for the general public on climate change back in 1989 (The End of Nature). McKibben, founder of the climate awareness organization 350.org, was in Montreal recently to drum up interest in the People's Climate March in New York City on Sept.
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