Montreal Traffic

18 Jun 19
Musing

We’re thrilled that Alix Ohlin, author of the new novel Dual Citizens, and Julia Phillips, author of Disappearing Earth, will be appearing together at Parnassus on Tuesday, June 25 at 6:30 p.m. to sign and discuss their books. In anticipation of their arrival, we’re delighted to share an excerpt of Dual Citizens right here. (And […]

18 Jun 19
BikinginLA

Traffic deaths are down slightly in the US. But only if you’re in a car or truck. Otherwise, it appears to be open season on anyone walking or riding a bike. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, overall traffic deaths declined last year to a three-year low of 36,750. But preliminary numbers show […]

18 Jun 19
Montreal Gazette

A quick look at the day’s weather, along with a traffic update, a #ThisMtl photo and a quote of the day.

18 Jun 19
Global News

Canadians are hardly the only targets of today’s terrorists, but they lack the government support available to citizens of other western countries, victims and advocates say.

17 Jun 19

Warning. If you do choose to listen to it, you might have the urge to hit repeat after hearing the last song.

17 Jun 19
Global News

In addition to the new traffic light system, the $1.2 million project will also see improved sidewalks and road widening.

17 Jun 19
Montreal Gazette

The new Champlain Bridge is designed to last 125 years, and the asphalt pavement is also designed to last longer than the average surface.

17 Jun 19
Financial Post

OTTAWA, Ontario — Canadian Airports Safety Week is returning this year from June 17th to 21st 2019. The initiative is being led by the Canadian Airports Council (CAC), in collaboration with 29 participating airports across the country to promote healthy and safe work practices among airport employees. Safety at airports is always a top priority […]

17 Jun 19
Montreal Gazette

More than 300 people currently work for SITA here, part of a global workforce of 4,800 spread across 170 countries.

17 Jun 19
Montreal Gazette

Preparations for a “living lab” to test 5G technology in Montreal will start this summer.

17 Jun 19
National Post

Montreal’s new Samuel De Champlain Bridge will open to traffic on June 24, roughly six months behind schedule. Federal Infrastructure Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne announced the date today. The $4.2-billion bridge over the St. Lawrence River will open first to traffic headed to Montreal, and a week later, on July 1, the lanes headed off the […]

17 Jun 19
Montreal Gazette

Ryan Suzuki, Alex Newhook and Arthur Kaliyev all have the ability to put the puck in the net and could be around when Montreal picks 15th.

17 Jun 19
Adjusting Our Sails

If you, like me when I started this crazy cruising life, are under the misapprehension that sailing is a relaxing pastime, let me disabuse you of that notion. Exhilarating at times, maybe. Fun, at times, for sure, But not exactly relaxing. At least not the way we are currently doing it, on a long-distance journey […]

17 Jun 19
Montreal Gazette

“Do I regret today saying no to that deal? Of course I do. I am 72 years of age and in bad health.