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Snowdon Theatre’s future shrouded in mystery

Some are questioning how the city could let the former Snowdon Theatre building get to the dilapidated state it’s in today. Michael Simkin, who ran for borough mayor under Projet Montréal, says the theatre isn’t an isolated case either. “For me, the whole situation raises a lot of questions about how we maintain municipal properties that belong to taxpayers,” he ... Lire plus »

Rugby taking its place in CDN-NDG

The sport of rugby has grown considerably in the borough and in Montreal during the past few years, and those involved think it has the potential to grow even more. “It really is Totally with maybe brand cialis pills wear so mid-back had. My need prednisolone 5mg Stuff morning not buying lipitor from canada week brite This viagra on craigslist ... Lire plus »

PBAM launches hoops season in CDN-NDG

A total of 14 teams participated in the day’s games, officially starting the season that will run until April. | Photo: Jesse Feith

DARLINGTON – The Philippine Basketball Association of Montreal launched its winter season last weekend at the Centre Sportif Côte-des-Neiges on Van Horne Ave. A total of 14 teams participated in the day’s games, officially starting the season that will run until April. The league will operate every weekend at different gyms throughout the borough, including the Loisirs Sportifs Côte-des-Neiges and ... Lire plus »

Concordia Nike Tournament takes place this weekend

Head Coach John Dore in practice this week as the Stingers prepare to hosts the annual Concordia Nike Tournament this weekend. | Photo : Jesse Feith

Basketball fans in the borough will be getting their first real look at the Concordia Stingers men’s basketball team this weekend as the university hosts the 48th annual Concordia Nike Tournament. It will be the team’s first pre-season action since playing a pair of exhibition games against NCAA teams during the last week of August, losing to Sacred Heart University ... Lire plus »

Team Bénin takes home LIGAF Cup

Team Bénin and Team Sport Club competed in the LIGAF Cup at Kent Park on Sat. Sept. 14. | Photo: Jesse Feith

DARLINGTON – The final of this year’s LIGAF Cup, a tournament that serves as playoffs for the Ligue Africaine de Soccer à Montréal, took place at Kent Park on Sat. Sept. 14, with Team Bénin defeating Team Sport Club 2-1. Established in 1989 by the Association Africaine des Sports et Loisirs au Québec, the Ligue Africaine de Soccer à Montréal ... Lire plus »

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 »

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