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  1. Une lettre parue dans la Gazette hier d'une jeune femme qui est allé à l'opéra: http://www.montrealgazette.com/news/todays-paper/Numbskulls+ruin+much+anticipated+night+opera/6047214/story.html Voyez la réaction rapide et brillante de l'Opéra de Mtl: http://www.facebook.com/#!/events/169784043124557/ Nice euh?
  2. Travels with Lonely Planet: Canada By Sarah Richards Salt Lake Tribune Article Last Updated:03/29/2008 12:36:47 PM MDT My favorite time of the year in Montreal is spring. As the powerful hands of winter release their tight grip on the city, its bright, cheery spirit emerges from the cold, bleak gray of winter. After months of being cooped up indoors, Montrealers wake from their slumber and roam the streets like hungry bears. The warm sunshine and sweet smells of croissants and roasting coffee bring them to Montreal's infamous sidewalk cafes. The Quebecois have a refined nose
  3. La pâtisserie montréalaise vient d’atteindre des sommets avec l’ouverture de la boutique d’Olivier Potier. Et il faut croire que les clients n’attendaient que ça, car l’offre ne suffit pas à la demande; la fin de semaine, le comptoir se vide même en quelques heures!Jusqu’à maintenant, Olivier Potier travaillait dans l’ombre des chefs et des cuisines de restaurants, au XO, chez le chocolatier Christophe Morel et, dernièrement, au Renoir. D’ailleurs les habitués du restaurant du Sofitel reconnaîtront certaines pâtisseries. Pour commencer parlons du plaisir des yeux; rarement trouve-t-on une
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