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Boldy postgame vs Montreal – MONTREALINABOX

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Trade Deadline Preview: Montreal Canadiens – MONTREALINABOX

As the trade deadline approaches, we’ll be doing a team-by-team look at who should be buying and selling and which players might be on the move. Today, we have the Montreal Canadiens.

The Situation

What a fall.

Back in July, the Montreal Canadiens were in the Stanley Cup Final. Fast forward six months and they’re dead last in the league at the middle point of the 2021-22 season.

The Habs’ offseason was as wild as their playoff run.

Shortly after losing to the Tampa Bay Lightning, news came out that captain Shea Weber would never play again due to various injuries and that goaltender Carey Price would undergo knee surgery. Beyond that, Montreal also lost Philip Danault, Tomas Tatar, and Corey Perry in free agency and Jesperi Kotkaniemi to an offer sheet.

While the Habs added Christian Dvorak, Mike Hoffman and David Savard to replace the players that they had lost, it wasn’t enough to stop the implosion. Under two months into the season, Montreal owned a putrid 6-15-2 record and opted to fire GM Marc Bergevin, while making sweeping changes to its front office.

Jeff Gorton was brought in to be Montreal’s new Executive…


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Orlando City acquire international roster spot from CF Montréal – MONTREALINABOX

TRANSFER TRACKER STATUS: Trade

Orlando City SC have acquired an international roster spot from CF Montréal for $200,000 in General Allocation Money and their natural third-round selection in the 2023 MLS SuperDraft, the clubs announced Tuesday.


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Montreal turns down 25 tiny homes offered by Mike Ward – MONTREALINABOX

© Olivier Lalande/Radio-Canada Mike Ward says this is the second time he has offered the city of Montreal help to support unhoused people.

Comedian Mike Ward says he wants to donate 25 insulated wooden tents to the city of Montreal to help house homeless people this winter, but the city refused, saying the problem lies elsewhere.

In a Facebook post addressed to Montreal Mayor Valérie Plante, Ward said the shelters are heated with “the heat of the human body” and that a person can stay there comfortably in temperatures of up to -30 degrees c.

“These tiny houses are designed for people most at risk, those who refuse to sleep in shelters,” he said. “Tiny houses are built and paid for. Give it a go, and I can have them installed within a week.”

Two people experiencing homelessness have been found dead outside in the cold as Montreal faces harsh temperatures in the past few days.

According to Ward, he has made this offer to the city for a second year in a row. He…


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IN PICTURES: Major winter snowstorm wallops Montreal – MONTREALINABOX

The first major snowstorm of the season walloped Montreal and much of southern Quebec Monday, turning the first day back at school into a snow day.

Up to 30 cm of snow is expected to fall on the metropolis as strong winds bring much of the city to a standstill.

Canada Post is even suspending its mail deliveries after issuing a red service alert at 11:20 a.m. due to the extreme weather.

Many people shared photos and videos of the storm on social media.

Like Stéphane, many Montrealers woke up to a wall of white Monday morning with visibility reduced to 400 meters by 8 a.m.

Some people braved the high winds and blowing snow…on foot.

A man pushes a stroller during a winter snowstorm in Montreal on Monday, January 17, 2022. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Paul Chiasson

A man delivers fliers to homes during a winter snowstorm in Montreal on Monday, January 17, 2022. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Paul Chiasson

A man walks past snow-covered cars…


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Montreal police stop and harass Rebel reporters while they cover the lockdown curfew – MONTREALINABOX


Montreal police stop and harass Rebel reporters while they cover the lockdown curfew – MONTREALINABOX – Source

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Montréal – Wiktionary – MONTREALINABOX

English[edit]

Proper noun[edit]

Montréal

  1. Alternative spelling of Montreal

Anagrams[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle French Montreal, from Mont Royal (“Mount Royal”), after the nearby mountain, Mont Royal, named by Jacques Cartier. It is uncertain how Royal became -real. A common explanation is that real is the Middle French form of Royal, but Cartier himself recorded le mont Royal when he named it. It may have perhaps been from the Italian G.B. Rasmusio’s 1556 map translating the name to Italian as Monte Real.[1]

Pronunciation[edit]

  • (France, Belgium) IPA(key): /mɔ̃.ʁe.al/
  • (Canada) IPA(key): /mõ.ʁe.al/, /mõ.ʁjal/, /mɔ.ʁe.al/, /mɔ.ʁjal/

Proper noun[edit]

Montréal ?

  1. Montreal (the largest city in Quebec, Canada)
  2. Montreal (an island in Quebec, Canada, the site of the city of Montreal)
  3. Montréal (a commune of Ardèche department, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, France)
  4. Montréal (a commune of Aude department, Occitanie, France)
  5. Montréal (a commune of Gers department, Occitanie, France)
  6. Montréal (a commune of Yonne department, Bourgogne-Franche-Comté, France)

Derived terms[edit]

Descendants[

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Here are the average rent prices in each Montreal borough – MONTREALINABOX

The difference in average prices between the most expensive rental borough in Montreal and the cheapest is over $500.

For the month of January, the most expensive Montreal borough to live in is Downtown, and the cheapest is Hochelaga-Maisonneuve.

The numbers, courtesy of Canadian rental website liv.rent, show that January’s average one-bedroom rental price in the Downtown area is $1,607 compared to Hochelaga-Maisonneuve’s $1,071 — a difference of $536.

Live.rent says following last month’s yearly high averages report, Montreal’s city-wide average rent for an unfurnished, one-bedroom unit has soared, “Montreal’s rent had been on the rise for months before taking a sharp downturn in December, so January looks to see a return to form.”

The average rent in Montreal for one-bedroom apartments in January is $1,300, up over $60 from last month.


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1118 hotels in Montreal, Canada. – MONTREALINABOX

A Blend of the Urban and the Outdoors

Montreal is the second largest city in Canada and the entry point to Quebec province via Pierre Elliott Trudeau Airport. Montreal truly has it all. Divided into East and West by Boulevard Saint-Laurent, there are several districts to the city, each offering a distinct atmosphere.

Downtown is best explored on foot, as you weave your way through skyscrapers and visit museums such as the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. In the winter you can steer clear of icy paths by heading underground to the passages of the Underground City, full of shops, movie theaters and food courts.

From there, the metro will conveniently take you outwards in any direction you might want to go, from the historic Old Montreal to the hip café and restaurant culture of the Quartier Latin-Le Village.

In summer, stay closer to the historic quarter and head outdoors in Parc Jean-Drapeau on the St. Lawrence River islands of Île Sainte-Helen and Île Notre-Dame. If the weather isn’t good enough for rowing, water-skiing and beaches then head to Montreal Casino.

Whether you’re visiting for festivals or fashion, gastronomy or culture, with over 190 hotels and…


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