Quebec Premier François Legault rejected calls from all opposition parties in Quebec’s National Assembly and the Mayor of Montreal to exempt the homeless from the province’s 8pm to 5am curfew. In a press conference today, the Premier said that if there was an exemption, people who weren’t homeless would essentially fake homelessness (tell police they […]

The US House of Representatives has voted to impeach President Donald Trump. This makes Trump the only president in United States history to be impeached twice. The House voted on an impeachment article named “incitement to insurrection” which says: “President Trump gravely endangered the security of the United States and its institutions of Government. He […]

Christmas shopping can still happen in person this year, but Quebec’s Boxing Day is cancelled for 2020 due to an increase in the province’s COVID-19 numbers. In a press conference late this afternoon, Quebec Premier François Legault announced restrictions on businesses following two different timelines. Non-essential retail stores must close from December 25th to January […]

While our Shows This Week column, both for music and arts, is clearly on hiatus until we can, you know, go to shows again, we thought we’d highlight some of the Montreal and Montreal-friendly music, art, theatre, comedy, film etc. that you can partake in. Let’s get started… The image + nation Launches Canada’s First-Ever […]

Quebec’s Red Zone restrictions, which currently cover Montreal and most of the province, will remain in effect until January 11th. In a press conference today, Premier François Legault announced that his government is scrapping plans to allow gatherings of up to 10 people between December 24th and 27th. Originally proposed two weeks ago (and scheduled […]