Us Montrealers are pretty used to the winter weather in Montreal, but this year is just bonkers. -40C nights, seemingly infinite snow, and now the whiplash of a thaw and refreeze. Enough is enough! To vent we had Jess Abran and Kevin Calixte drop by to give us the most troublesome “MTL Winter Problems!”.
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Aprés 33 années de service au Québec, l’opération Nez Rouge a conduit des clients en toutes états d’ébriété et véhicules en toutes états d’entretien. Les bénévoles vétérans on des histoires de cela qui ne deçoit pas…
Merci aux bénévoles qui donnent leurs temps pour garder les gens en sécurité pendent les vacances!
It’s pretty hard to argue that Greek civilization seriously influenced the development of the western world, and here in Montreal we have a few very current reminders of the influence of Greek culture. Montreal Greek food, and basically all of Parc-Ex make Soula Tzikalagias and Nick Drossos’ list for why “MTL is Sooo Greek!”
Valérie Plante is the leader of Project Montréal, Mayoral candidate, and in her words “The Right Man for the Job”. She drops by to give us her solutions to not fix (it’s not broken), but improve Montreal! Remember to VOTE in the 2017 Montréal Municipal Elections on November 5th, 2017.
Maybe it’s the state of the roads. Maybe it’s that 375 celebrations are winding down and we’re just realizing that we have to pay for all this stuff. It just seems like Montrealers feel damn broke right now. And to make it worse we all know in Montreal money is damn hard to come by. This week Tiffany Thompson explains why she, and probably a lot of us feel that “MTL is So Broke”.
Montreal’s history starts with the First Nations people eons before lost “westerners” landed on the shores of Lachine. So, on this Aboriginal Day, we celebrate our proud Indigenous Montreal heritage with “MTL is Sooo Indigenous”. Montrealers Kevin Tikivik, Jen Jerome, and Wayne Robinson drop in to let us know how the Indigenous influence is still alive in Montreal, and remind us not to wear traditional headdresses to festivals this summer…
Whenever spring time comes around so do our famous Montreal potholes. This year especially, with all the construction, it seems like ‘Montreal IS a Pothole’. In this MTL Blurb, Dave investigates the creature that is our Montreal pothole.
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