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Kansas City Chiefs' Laurent Duvernay-Tardif (76) is introduced before the NFL AFC Championship football game against the Tennessee Titans on Sunday, Jan. 19, 2020, in Kansas City, MO. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)

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Montreal man says grandfather's grave marker missing from cemetery

A Montreal man is wondering what happened to his grandfather's grave marker. It used to be in the Notre-Dame-des-Neiges Cemetery, but now, he says, it’s nowhere to be found. “I was like, ‘this is weird, there's nothing here,’” Andre Drouin told CTV News. “I went up and down 15 times just to make sure I wasn't going loco.”

Meet the Montreal LEGO artist recreating the city's most iconic buildings

The Orange Julep, Schwartz’s Deli, and even a Couche Tard depanneur -- they're landmarks in Montreal, but that’s not all they have in common. Enter the world of local LEGO artist Addy Parsons, the Ottawa-born Montrealer with a talent to render the city’s most iconic buildings in brick form.

Montreal's Mount Royal Park is getting a makeover. What would architect Olmsted say?

The park's architect, Frederick Law Olmsted, is responsible for some of the most celebrated public green spaces in North America, including New York's Central Park. But what the famous landscape artist would think of the closure of Camillien-Houde Way is unclear, says University of Pennsylvania professor emeritus and Olmsted biographer Witold Rybczynski.


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Student housing development in the works for downtown Montreal

A new apartment building just for students is coming to downtown Montreal, just a few metro stops away from Concordia, McGill and UQAM. Located on the corner of St-Laurent Boulevard and Ontario Street, "Le Méridien" will house up to 281 students by the start of the 2026 academic year.


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