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The CJLO news team brings you the hottest stories in the city! Catch the latest news segments and articles here or view the complete list.


News for Wednesday, July 27th 2016

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Hosted by Pauline Nesbitt

Stories by Patricia Petit Liang, Saturn de Los Angeles & Catlin Spencer

Produced by Catlin Spencer

 

 

 

 

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King Dave

Directed by Daniel Grou

King Dave is based on a play by Alexandre Goyett. Director Daniel Grou (Podz) has kept the integrity of the production, as the hour and forty minutes is filmed in the style of a long single shot with a natural edit as we move from scene to scene. The audience follows Dave (Alexandre Goyette) on his misadventures and chance encounters that normally racially or violently charged, and meet a violent or abrupt ending. Dave spews with passion his inner character monologues to the audience, as the fourth wall is broken. There are only brief seconds where Dave comes back to the scene to interact with the characters of the act.


News for Wednesday, July 20th 2016

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Hosted by Catlin Spencer

Stories by Catlin Spencer

Produced by Catlin Spencer

 

 

 

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In an attempt to clean up the city and create a reusable resource, an environmental action group has installed recycling bins for cigarette butts in Montreal's Gay Village.


Radu!

Radulov has a history of partying hard...

Promises of change were made, local sports media talked about a major shake-up happening, and with that in mind Marc Bergevin, Habs General Manager, sure did not disappoint! After drafting future number one D-man Mikhail Sergachev and trading Lars Eller for gritty forward Andrew Shaw, it happened—P. K. was traded! Fast forward a week later, Marc Bergevin, who is said not to be a fan of July 1st free agency day, signed often troubled KHL winger Alexander Radulov.


Fantasia 2016: Third Time's the Charm

This my third time attending the Fantasia Film Festival, one of the crème de la crèmes of genre cinema. It is also the 20th anniversary of the festival. I have seen the triumphs of films like Boyhood, Frank, Tangerine, and Cop Car have been my past favourites of Fantasia. I was so excited for this festival reveal that I got up at 4 AM, 5:30 AM, and 6 AM when my alarm finally went off, even though the press conference was only at 11 AM. The festival has over 130 diverse features from North America and around the globe.


Wednesday, July 13th 2016

Hosted by Pauline Nesbitt

Stories written by Saturn De Los Angeles + Catlin Spencer + Patricia Petit Liang

Produced by Saturn De Los Angeles


News for Wednesday July 13th 2016

LOCAL // By Saturn De Los Angeles

The head of Montreal's Anglican Church will allow same-sex marriages to happen in her diocese.

According to CBC News, Bishop Mary Irwin-Gibson says she will not allow the institution to dictate how a union between two people should be.

Her statement comes as a vote for marriage reform was made among members at its Toronto headquarters, the week of July 13th.

With the results in a narrow margin - a recent error in the vote-counting led the outcome to be overturned in favor of same-sex marriage.

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The Neon Demon: Disturbingly Beautiful

Directed by Nicolas Winding Refn

There have been films in the past that have unravelled the Los Angeles dream myth, and that show the seedy darkness that encapsulates the city of glitz and glamour.


Me Before You: Whimsically Charming

Directed by Thea Sharrock

Based on the novel by Jojo Moyes, Me Before You is a romantic mellow drama starring Emilia Clarke (Game of Thrones) and Sam Claflin. As with any romantic mellow drama, there will be tears, man tears in my case, and laughs.

This genre truly lies with the chemistry of both the on screen actor and actress. From the trailer Clarke looks delightfully charming with a whimsical sense of adventure. The question is, how charming will this film be, and will sparks fly between Clarke and Claflin?


Wednesday, July 6th 2016

Hosted by Pauline Nesbitt

Stories written by Catlin Spencer + Patricia Petit Liang + Saturn De Los Angeles

Produced by Saturn De Los Angeles


The P. K. Subban trade is good for the Montreal Canadiens!

Sure, I liked P. K. but...

I was asked to write an article about the draft held in Buffalo last Friday, which ultimately was overshadowed by the Subban trade rumours (thanks George Laraques and 91.9 Sport). The trade never materialised then, which in retrospect I think is a good thing.


News for June 15th 2016

LOCAL 
By Patricia Petit Liang 
 
Following the tragedy in Orlando, Florida over the weekend, the Quebec provincial government held several consultations in Montreal on Tuesday, June 14th to address homophobia.

Wednesday, June 15th, 2016

Hosted by Pauline Nesbitt

Stories written by Patricia Petit Liang, Saturn De Los Angeles, and Julian Mackenzie, with additional help from Catlin Spencer

Produced by Saturn De Los Angeles


Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2: Out of Plot Ideas

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2: Out of the Shadows
Produced by Michael Bay, directed by David Green

I don't know what I was thinking when I subjected myself to reviewing producer Michael Bay's latest epic gem Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2: Out of the Shadows, directed by David Green. As my friend put it "Ughh!!! Remi why are you subjecting yourself to this?". My answer before walking in was to see how bad this diamond in the rough or polished masterpiece of a film this is.


Thursday, June 9th 2016

Hosted by Catlin Spencer

Stories by Saturn de Los Angeles, Julian MacKenzie & Patricia Petit Liang

Produced by Catlin Spencer


News for June 8th 2016

LOCAL
By Saturn De Los Angeles

Local authorities have launched a campaign reminding people that buying sex is against the law. 

According to CTV News, the Montreal police and the RCMP are both working to crack down on prostitution and sexual tourism in light of the Montreal Grand Prix. 

The RCMP's Camille Habel says that engaging in buying such services contributes to Canada's problem with sexual exploitation. 


News for Wednesday, June 1st 2016

Hosted by Pauline Nesbitt

Stories written by Julian MacKenzie, Patricia Petit Liang, and Saturn De Los Angeles

Produced by Saturn De Los Angeles


Drone Day 2016 - tomorrow 5/28 at La Plante

CJLO will once again be participating in Drone Day this year.  If you want to come out to hear the droney goodness, stop on by La Plante at 185 Van Horne from 4PM onwards.  We at CJLO will be broadcasting the entire event through our Mixlr page.

If you think you'll be craving more, check out Drone Day's website where they'll be broadcasting all of the Drone Day festivities from coast to coast all day long.  Check out the Facebook page for more info on the Montreal event.


Wednesday May 25th 2016

Hosted by Pauline Nesbitt

Stories by Julian McKenzie, Patricia Petit Liang & Saturn de Los Angeles

Produced by BATMAN


Wednesday, May 18th, 2016

Hosted by Catlin Spencer

Stories written by Saturn De Los Angeles, Patricia Petit Liang, and Julian MacKenzie 

Produced by Saturn De Los Angeles and Catlin Spencer


News for Monday, May 9th 2016

LOCAL
By Sam Obrand

An anti-electroconvulsive shock therapy group is calling for a ban on the treatment.

According to CTV News, the activist group, Comité Pare-Chocs, asked Quebec's Health Minister to ban electroconvulsive shock therapy on Saturday.


Monday, May 9th 2016

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Hosted by Andrew Wieler

Stories by Patricia Petit Liang, Sam Obrand & Saturn De Los Angeles

Produced by Patricia Petit Liang


Tuesday and Wednesday, May 3rd 2016

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Stories by Catlin Spencer

Produced by Catlin Spencer

 

 

 

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LOCAL

Culture Minister Helene David announced new changes to Quebec's language law, Bill 101, on Tuesday.


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