The Thousand Words
By Alan Hustak on July 20, 2012
The casket of firefighter Thierry Godfrind, 39, who died accidentally while fighting a fire on July 13 leaves Montreal City Hall Friday July 20 after lying in state.
By Robert J. Galbraith on June 10, 2010
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It’s been almost a year since community volunteer Laurie Normand-Starr died.
To honour her memory, a humanitarian award in her name will be presented to deserving individual yet to be chosen during a dinner at the Fairmont Queen Elizabeth Hotel on May 3. The selection committee, headed by her husband and her son, is soliciting nominations for the award.
By Leslie Cottle on January 7, 2010
Bring me one daisy,
Bring me your smile,
Darken my doorway,
Through life's untimely trials.
Write me a kind note
Bring me one rose,
Sit down beside me...
By Jack Locke on November 4, 2009
They handcuffed my son for reasons unknown
Forced him down onto stone-cold ground
The boy's still a boy, but boy, has he grown.
Several bricks fell from a 12-storey building under renovation on Ste. Catherine Street near Bleury St., damaging one car.
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By Robert J. Galbraith on August 6, 2009
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By Robert J. Galbraith on May 6, 2009
Westmount-Ville-Marie MP Marc Garneau speaks during the Israel Rally in downtown Montreal on April 29.
By Alidor Aucoin on December 18, 2008
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By Robert J. Galbraith on June 26, 2008
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