A Warm Welcome for Refugees


300 Syrian Armenian refugees were welcomed to the Montreal community with a special Sunday service and lunch at a church in Outremont, according to CBC News.

The St. Gregory the Illuminator Armenian Cathedral, where the event was held, is part of the Diocese of the Armenian Church of Canada, “which has co-sponsored more than 1,000 Syrian Armenian refugees” and continues to offer their support to newcomers.

Rainbow Flag to be Raised at Montreal's City Hall During Winter Games


On Thursday, it was announced that, just like in other Canadian cities, the LGBT ‘rainbow’ flag would be raised above Montreal’s city hall.

How Much Energy is Too Much Energy?


January 23rd, 2014

Finally hit up the playoffs!

After have known a really bad start season, the Montreal Alouettes finally and suprisly confirms their place in playoffs, in third place behind Hamilton and Toronto. From the start of the season, the injuries take more and more the players to the clinic, which obviously left a mark on the rest of the season.

Fun in the Metro?


According to an article titled “Youths’ metro drinking marathon under police investigation” written by Andy Riga and published by The Montreal Gazette on March 29, 2013, teenagers and young adults have been seen doing inappropriate and illegal activities in Montreal’s metro system.