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  1. http://www.aircanada.com/en/offers/air/newroutes_rouge/newroutes_rouge.html?icid=fl|achome|newroutes_rouge|caen|151208|txt#YUL-NA Always wanted to see Miami go year round! Mexico City now goes 5x weekly instead of 4.
  2. http://www.sandiegoreader.com/weblogs/feast/2011/jul/11/tivoli-poutine-anybody/
  3. TOP 50 NORTH AMERICAN SPORTS CITIES By TIM BAINES Thu, October 9, 2008 It's not just about championships. Our Best Sports City rankings, which look at the 12 months from roughly October 2007 to October 2008, are based on point values assigned to various categories, including but not limited to won-lost records, postseason appearances, applicable power ratings, number of teams and attendance. For more, see the new edition of , which is on newsstands this week. --- TOP 50 NORTH AMERICAN SPORTS CITIES 1. Boston 2. Detroit + Ann Arbor 3. Dallas-Fort Worth 4. New York 5. Philadelphia 6. Phoenix + Tempe 7. Denver + Boulder 8. Los Angeles 9. Chicago + Evanston 10. Washington 11. Pittsburgh 12. Houston 13. Tampa-St. Petersburg 14. Nashville 15. Lawrence, Kan. 16. Cleveland 17. Anaheim 18. Minneapolis-St. Paul 19. Atlanta 20. Salt Lake City + Provo 21. San Jose + Palo Alto + Santa Clara 22. Miami 23. Indianapolis 24. Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill, N.C. 25. Morgantown, W.Va. 26. New Orleans 27. San Diego 28. Cincinnati 29. Knoxville, Tenn. 30. Orlando 31. Austin, Tex. 32. Seattle 33. San Antonio 34. Toronto 35. Charlotte 36. Oakland + Berkeley 37. Green Bay 38. Milwaukee 39. Jacksonville 40. St. Louis 41. Montreal 42. Buffalo 43. Baltimore 44. Columbus 45. Baton Rouge, La. 46. Calgary 47. Norman, Okla. 48. Ottawa 49. San Francisco 50. Portland http://www.sportingnews.com/yourturn/viewtopic.php?t=468401
  4. http://sandiego.eater.com/2015/2/2/7963755/real-deal-montreal-style-bagels-poutine-for-hillcrest Our beloved Eater Street Team spotted a sign posted on a Hillcrest storefront at 142 University Avenue, Suite C and asked us to sleuth out the story behind the Montreal style authentic poutine and bagels being advertised as coming soon. Mess Royale Poutine & Bagels will in fact serve the real thing when it opens in March— hand-rolled St-Viateur Bagels from the legendary bagel bakery whose flagship store is located in the Mile End neighborhood of Montreal. The new Hillcrest eatery will be receiving shipments of the bagels, which are boiled in honey water then cooked in a wood fired oven, three times a week. Owner Hugo Tassone says that initially, the bagels will be used as bread for sandwiches and offered with cream cheese or butter for breakfast before being able to be purchased by the dozen. Tassone, who hails from Eastern Canada, has a background in food industry and has been visiting San Diego for the last 20 years. He hopes that Mess Royale will be his first of many shops to feature Montreal-inspired gourmet comfort food. Other specialities will include poutine, made with twice-cooked fries, cheese curds and homemade gravy, available as is or topped with everything from bacon to chicken and lobster. There will also be grilled cheese sandwiches, pulled pork sandwiches on brioche buns, four ounces of thick cut bacon on a stick and Montreal-style hot dogs, which come on either a steamed or toasted bun with mustard, relish, onions and a special slaw. For dessert, Mess Royale will serve a "treat royale", also known as a Canadian beavertail, which spreads sweet toppings on a paddle of fried dough.