Montreal Gazette Newspaper Headlines from Montreal
They can kiss their anonymity goodbye. The couple photographed kissing on the ground in the midst of the chaos of Vancouver’s riot Wednesday night have been id Swarovski entified, and had no idea a photo of them has flown around the world. Canadian Alex Thomas, a .A view of the city from the sidewalk Canada”We can dream, but we can’t touch them.” Serge, who lives on the street, describes two mot Swarovski orcycles he photographed on Ste. Catherine St. On any given day on Ste. Catherine St., a man will hold out his hat to you. On any given lunch hour, another will . CanadaTORONTO A tired looking man suspected in three letter bombings appeared in a Toronto courtroom Friday, as police took three explosive devices found in his car to an unpopulated area in the city for detonation. Adel Arnaout, 37, wore an orange jumpsuit .Pointe Claire woman will join royal family CanadaThe next Windsor to walk down the aisle will not be William or Harry, despite much tabloid gossip and the wishes of royal watchers. It ended after a group of Mafia leaders was summoned to a meeting .Normal for Nikki CanadaIn popular music histor Swarovski y, child singers and artistic credibility have rarely gone hand in hand. For every Michael Jackson (5 years old when he started his career) or Stevie Wonder (12), there seem to be a bunch of Hansons and Britneys. Not to mention pint .Mount Royal Ave. to turn a deeper green CanadaOf all Montreal’s commercial arteries, the stretch of Mount Royal Ave. between St. Hubert St. and de Lorimier Ave. might seem the least in need of a “green” conversion. But merchants and local politicians in the environmentally conscious Plateau Mont Royal .Public Transit, Swarovski Public Gallery CanadaAt $2.50 for a cash ticket, Montreal’s metro system is probably the cheapest art museum in town.More young anglos choosing to stay CanadaYoung anglophones are less likely to leave Quebec than a decade ago, a migration study issued yesterday reveals. Moreover, four out of 10 respondents in the 2004 ’05 survey indicated they consider themselves as much a part of the francophone community as .