The most important news you need to know about from the last week: Ali dies, can’t get Hip tickets, and you’re probably reading this while waiting in an ER.
There’s plenty to get angry about this week: Johnson and Johnson, Officer 728, and how we handle complaints about doctors.
This week: penis transplant, calf banditry, Trudeau’s elbow, banned caleches, and more.
A weekly round-up of all the news you should have heard about — Ft. Mc Murray, missing hot property bees, and nude Vancouverites.
Service dogs, concealed weapons, and breastfeeding. Ken has got you covered.
Who will do more jail time: 3 guys who got busted lighting firecrackers in different metro stations or Karla Homolka?
When you cook grilled cheese, is it butter in the pan or on the bread? Only one can win in Thunderdome.
Sometimes your best bet is to call the wrong guy for the right problem.
Many died. Rabbits pooped. These events are not necessarily related.
Topless woman protests Gomeshi case, Liberals spend big, and why having a guilty conscience for parking in a handicapped spot leads to a tantrum.
If you’ve just been fired from Tim Hortons, the dominatrix field might be open to you.
Plateau won’t plow. Terrorist hack on Ile Perrot. Outremont can’t handle the sukkah. It’s an exciting week in every Montreal borough.
A week of high morals: Blackface, bad water, and using Charlie Hebdo as an excuse for the Values Charter.
In case you didn’t notice, the weather was cold… and here’s some other news from the week.
It was a year of excess and weirdness and elections and charters and commissions and these are the highlights.
We’re so busy paying for our quota tickets, our pool taxes, and our soda tax that Quebecers aren’t giving so much to charity.
This week babies get born, plastic surgery students fight bullies, and the Chinese hospital makes the list.