Is breakfast ice cream a thing? If so, enjoy some while reading these stories.
The triumph of 1971: 50 years ago, the Habs shook the hockey world
Today, the scene is unimaginable in every detail.
It was May 18, 1971, seven hours before the puck drop for Game 7 of the Stanley Cup final between the Canadiens and the Blackhawks. Two men sat chatting in the lobby of the Marriott Hotel in Chicago. One had a notebook, the other was smoking a pipe. Read more.
Josh Freed: How about a Lotto Vax ticket to lure the vaccine-hesitant?
With vaccinations racing ahead, Quebec may soon be divided into two classes: the jabbed and the jabless.
The big question looming now is: how to convince vaccine skeptics to get vaxxed too? Read more.
A new takeout window ups Montreal’s brunch game with eggs Benny sandwiches
Hot on the heels of recently opening a pan pizza spot in St-Henri, Danny St Pierre is keeping his snowballing momentum up with the opening of Le Pontiac. The hook? A brunch takeout window in the front doing eggs Benny sandwiches and quick morning snacks while it churns out more pan pizzas in the back, by the half or whole. Read more.
Maj. Gen. Dany Fortin steps down from vaccine roll out job after military police launch investigation
The Canadian Forces released a brief statement Friday night but did not provide details on what type of investigation Fortin is facing. “Today, Major-General Dany Fortin has left his assignment with the Public Health Agency of Canada, pending the results of a military investigation,” the Canadian Forces noted in the statement. “Acting Chief of the Defence Staff, Lieutenant-General Eyre will be reviewing next steps with Major-General Fortin. We will have no further comment.” Read more.