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World’s top cyclists competing in the borough

For the fourth straight year, some of the world’s top cyclists will be competing in the borough as the Montreal Grand Prix Cycliste takes place on Sept. 15. | Photo: GPCQM, Casey Gibson

On Sept. 15 some of the world’s best cyclists will complete a 12.1 km circuit, a good part of it in the Côte-des-Neiges—Notre-Dame-de-Grâce borough. They’ll make their way down Côte-des-Neiges Rd., around the Université de Montreal campus and along Côte-Sainte-Catherine Rd. toward the finish line on Parc Ave. Then they’ll do it again another 17 times. By the end of ... Lire plus »

University sports : Patrick Boivin to head Concordia recreation and athletics

Patrick Boivin checking out the football training camp | Courtesy photo © Concordia University

Former Montreal Canadiens director of hockey operations Patrick Boivin is the new director of recreation and athletics at Concordia University. A resident of Côte-des-Neiges, Boivin will replace Katie Sheahan, who had held the position for more than a decade before retiring last May. Boivin is the son of former Canadiens president Pierre Boivin and had held his position with the ... Lire plus »

Indoor soccer : Construction starts

A press conference was held on Tuesday to announce the official start of construction on the new indoor soccer center at the Saint-Michel Environmental Complex. Montreal Executive Committee member Richard Deschamps made the ceremonial first shovel dig. | Photo : Jesse Feith

Soccer enthusiasts in the borough may have a new place to play indoors come the end of 2014. The plans for a new indoor soccer center to be constructed and opened by 2014 at the Saint-Michel Environmental Complex were first announced by the City of Montreal two years ago. Construction officially began Tuesday at the site that will eventually give ... Lire plus »

NDG Major Lynx move on to semi-finals

The NDG Major Lynx (2-4) move on to semi final action August 10 following the conclusion of round robin play in Glace Bay on August 8. « The Major Lynx were assured of a semi final berth before they played their game against the host team, and it’s a good thing. Final score was Glace Bay 13 – NDG Major Lynx ... Lire plus »

New rink goes unused all summer

Construction surrounding the new open-air refrigerated ice rink at the borough’s Confederation Park has run into delays, and the rink won’t be open for summer activities at all this season, city officials have confirmed. Upon its opening in January,the rink was deemed a great success as kids and members of the community flocked to it for outdoor skating and friendly ... Lire plus »

Filipino community flourishing through basketball

Volunteer coaches from PBAM train athletes and oversee the practices. | Photo: Jesse Feith

Every Tuesday night the Philippine Basketball Association of Montreal (PBAM) hosts practices and scrimmages for Filipino youth at the Centre Sportif Côte-des-Neiges gym on Van Horne. The Filipino community has been uniting through its love for basketball, a tradition that dates back to 1971 when PBAM’s first founders had the idea. “In the ’70s and ’80s, every Filipino in Montreal ... Lire plus »

Baseball: A third NDG team advances to the national tournament


The NDG Major Lynx (11-12 yrs old) and Drummondville Redsox played on July 23 in what could have been the 1st of two over two days, to determine who would earn the right to represent Little League Quebec at the Canadian Little League championships in Glace Bay, NS. According to Ken Quinn, director of communications of the NDG Minor Baseball ... Lire plus »

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