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5 Things You Can Only Do In Montreal During Autumn

Montreal wows its visitors in all seasons, but the French-speaking city is more colourful than ever in fall. In addition to the brightly-colored leaves of the city's trees in autumn, Montreal comes to life with fall festivals, vibrant nightlife, bountiful public markets and so much more. There are some things you can only do in the cobblestoned island city in fall, and these five are the best of the best.
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PK Subban Is Misunderstood (And That's A Good Thing)

Let's call it what it is -- young, black hockey players are few and far between in the National Hockey League. Rising to the top of his position in his short NHL career is also fairly unique. His parents immigrated from Jamaica to Sudbury, and PK did spend some of his childhood growing up in Northwestern Ontario. A minority there too, undoubtedly. He is one of three brothers playing in the NHL. Pretty unique as well. Subban is unabashedly different, and he owns it. That's worth admiring and emulating.
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Canadians Still Believe They Own Hockey (Sorry Obama)

There is a serious prospect that none of the Canadian teams will make the National Hockey League playoffs, an issue that has been the object of a fair bit of discussion in the sports media. Last week hockey moved to the very center of cultural diplomacy when standing alongside Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, President Barack Obama questioned Canada's hockey dominance by pointing out that the Stanley Cup was currently the propriety of Chicago, the President's home town.
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Canadians Still Believe They Own Hockey (Sorry Obama)

There is a serious prospect that none of the Canadian teams will make the National Hockey League playoffs, an issue that has been the object of a fair bit of discussion in the sports media. Last week hockey moved to the very center of cultural diplomacy when standing alongside Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, President Barack Obama questioned Canada's hockey dominance by pointing out that the Stanley Cup was currently the propriety of Chicago, the President's home town.
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First Goal, Dad Goes Nuts

On Monday, Montreal Canadiens forward Jiri Sekac was robbed of his first NHL goal after Tampa Bay defenceman Anton Stralman slid across the crease to knock the puck away. Sekac wouldn’t be denied Thu...
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8-YEAR CONTRACT

When P.K. Subban and Montreal Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin left Friday's arbitration hearing, emotions were raw. Hours of opposing arguments don't often set the stage for find common ground...