Montreal’s 28th First Nations Festival

This year's 28th First Nations Festival performances the started on August 7th on the big stage in Montreal's downtown Cartier-des-spectacles continuing a tradition that began 15 years ago. The 28th Montreal First Peoples Festival aka (Présence autochtone) runs through Aug. 15, celebrating Aboriginal film, music, visual arts, crafts and food. Again as in previous years, … Continue reading Montreal’s 28th First Nations Festival

X-Agent

Specially developed X-Agent secretly infiltrated onto virus compromised American computers.. President Trump is spending the next few days digesting continuing fallout from his disastrous encounter with Mr. Putin after it has finally dawned on him the damage his own words had done to his credibility meanwhile, messing up US interests. Based on his record the … Continue reading X-Agent

Helsinki Summit Opinion

  Approached on street tonight in major American city and when asked for his Helsinki Summit opinion here is what one very cooperative citizen had to say..(depicted) Donald Trump raised eyebrows when he first suggested the Helsinki Summit, something that gave absolutely no real advantage or merit to happen whatsoever, to the USA and its allies and was … Continue reading Helsinki Summit Opinion

Inefficient

  It's part of Montreal culture and history, part of Quebec's patrimoine, and helped set the standard on being inefficient with taxpayers hard-earned money. Blowing up or dismantling Montreal"s "Big Owe", the 1976 Olympics Stadium, some say is foolish because the risks involved doing so since the structure is allegedly integrated with other adjacent infrastructures … Continue reading Inefficient

Mentor

  Fr. Emmett Johns, a Roman Catholic priest, was a true mentor to his flock of "lost sheep" as he once referred to them, the destitute, forgotten, homeless, unwanted, young people living on Montreal's mean, scary, uncaring, streets. Ordained a priest on June 6, 1952 Fr. Johns served in at least six parishes on the … Continue reading Mentor

Saint Louis Low Tide

  An idyllic scene from famous Stewart Hall shore in Pte. Claire overlooking Lake Saint Louis during what seems low tide as warm summer sun warms everything on a bright, clear blue sky day. This was the scene last Friday, June 22, 2018 when we visited this Canadian heritage landmark site in Montreal's West Island, … Continue reading Saint Louis Low Tide