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While all of Canada will toast 150 years, Montreal’s celebrating its own epic birthday. La belle province’s biggest city is turning an impressive 375 later this month and to commemorate, Nicolas Feuillatte —France’s top-selling champagne — has released a limited edition, 375th anniversary bottle. Featuring its Brut Grande Réserve, a premium blend made up of cru wines worthy of Vintage champagne, the limited-edition bottle is being sold exclusively in the greater Montreal area and online at SAQ.com. As a wink to Montreal’s legendary nightlife, the bottle itself has been emblazoned with an elegant illustration of the city’s inimitable night skyline. “Montreal isn’t just a national bastion of culture, but a global one as well,” stresses Sylvia Thaemlitz, Vice-President at Mosaiq Wines and Spirits Inc, agents of CNF in Quebec. “We thought a city so rich in history deserved a special bottle, something that would reflect that famous Quebecois charm and well known joie de vivre. That same spirit reflects Cham-

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pagne Nicolas Feuillatte’s brand essence. Plus, we wanted to salute a town that’s embraced and made CNF their third-favourite champagne during a blind taste test conducted by some of the province’s top wine writers.”

Reminiscent of a vintage, CNF’s Montreal 375th Anniversary champagne is the brand’s Brut Grande Réserve, a blend made-up of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier cru wines cellar-aged for three years. The champagne is available for approximately $54.75 at all SAQ in the Montreal area and at SAQ.com, and joins CNF’s esteemed roster of champagnes. And like their stunning and bestselling cellar-aged Brut Réserve, this bottle pairs perfectly with a range of dishes, though it’s just as at home with some popcorn and Netflix. “Such is the beauty of this champagne,” says Thaemlitz. “While we use only the finest of ingredients to produce our products, CNF offers bubblies for everyone, and we encourage new customers to enjoy them anywhere, anytime. ‘Enchanting life,’ that’s our motto, and we live by it.”

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The Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte Collection France’s #1 champagne is a gift, at only $48.50 (SAQ #578187)

The Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte Brut Réserve is cellar-aged for at least three years and is the result of the blending of Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay. A delicate, structured and fruity champagne featuring apple, pear and peach aromas, CNF Brut Réserve offers boundless elegance and finesse, an impressive aromatic breadth, creamy texture, freshness and delicateness make for a well-structured glass of champagne. More than just an exceptional champagne, Nicolas Feuillatte’s Palmes d’Or is the finest tribute to the art of champagne. Blending grapes from the finest crus, this bubbly is enhanced by meticulous aging for at least nine years to seduce connoisseurs and flatter the most exquisite palates. Palmes d’Or Brut Vintage encompasses all of the elegance and finesse of Chardonnay combined with the full body of Pinot Noir. The sweet aromas of white pear, peach and apricot overlaid with pepper, ginger and red fruits subtly collide to reveal the delicate bubbles of this perfectly balanced champagne. Always a vintage, only exceptional harvests are deemed worthy of being part of its composition ($135.75, SAQ #950410) The Feuillatte collection also includes a rosé in a full 750 ml bottle or in a fun carry everywhere ¼ Brut rosé 200 ml mini that features a wrist strap making it an ideal choice for patios, cocktail and pool parties. Be captured by the red fruit aromas and intense notes of blueberry, blackcurrant and raspberry revealed in this skillful assemblage of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier (Rosé 750 ml $54.25, SAQ #10515825; ¼ Brut $16.50, SAQ #10675600).

Aged for at least six years, Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte’s Brut Chardonnay 2006 Blanc de blancs is selected from crus reflecting the finest Chardonnays in Champagne. Indulge in its white flower notes of hawthorn and acacia, subtle citrus fruit, pear and even lime blossom aromas. Its lively effervescence is full on the palate and complex finish of citrus fruits and honey pair exquisitely with a variety of rich foods, from pan-fried scallops to turbot to vanilla and salted butter caramel macarons ($57.00, SAQ #12687436). www.mtltimes.ca

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his past Monday Sun Youth were and different syrup flavours, and don’t forget there to help celebrate one of Mon- the sour pickle to complete the package. treal’s treasures, Wilensky’s. Wilensky’s is a must for every tourist and resWilensky’s is turning 85 years old. ident in Montreal. Walking in the corner door Wilensky’s opened in 1932 by Moe you are totally drawn to the green wood panWilensky. It was immortalized in elling, old pictures of all their customers over Mordecai Richler's novel. The restaurant is one the years, shelves with old books and CD’s for of the icons of Jewish food in Montreal with its sale.Tip well because all tips are donated to signature sandwich, its hand-mixed sodas and charity. its immutable establishment. Here’s to another 85 Ruth! Wilensky’s is known for its famous toasted sandwich with two kinds of salami and one of bologna, for a total of six slices of luncheon meat with mustard in a toasted bun (cheese is extra), known as the Wilensky light lunch. There is one rule don’t ask for the special to be cut as the sign says over the toasters, that’s the way they have been doing it since 1932. Ruth and her husband Moe, (now deceased), opened the restaurant in 1932 and sold the Wilensky special for 12¢, there was no price increase until 1952 to 17¢. To accompany the special sandwich you can have an old style fountain drink with real soda www.mtltimes.ca 7 WEDNESDAY


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Quebec's New Bill Forces Expropriation for LRT Project Artist conception of the LRT project

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n order to speed up the process for Montreal's controversial Light Rail Transit (LRT) project, Quebec Transport Minister Laurent Lessard introduced a new Bill on May 11th in the National Assembly, forcing the expropriation of land and preventing property owners from contesting it. Although there are those who have supported the project from the start, there are many more who are outraged on how it is being handled. Back in April of 2016 the Caisse de DĂŠpĂ´t announced their proposal to build an electric Light-Rail Transit system linking a good part of the Greater Montreal area. The 67km system would connect the areas of downtown Montreal, the South Shore, the West Island, the North Shore and Trudeau airport. The Caisse proposed building 24 climate-controlled stations, now up to 27, that would help alleviate congestion on the Metro system. WEDNESDAY

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In Quebec's new budget announced on March 28th 2017, the government committed to investing $1.3 billion in the project and 'several hundred millions for related work'. Public hearings and consultations took place, addressing several important issues - and despite much criticism and the call to study the proposal further, Premier Philippe Couillard and Mayor Denis Coderre both announced it would still go ahead. A report published in January by the Bureau d’audiences publiques sur l’environnement (BAPE) raised serious concerns about potential environmental consequences of the project, as well as the LRT routes, service and impact on Montreal's already existing transit

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system - and therefore withheld their approval. But Premiere Couillard insisted the LRT project would go ahead despite the negative review. The announcement that the project would go ahead regardless, prompted a coalition of citizens’ groups, environmentalists and the Canadian Union of Public Employees to launch a legal bid - and on March 24th of this year they filed a motion in court against the government to try and stop it, citing the need for a 'full environmental review of the project'. As many as 163 properties would have to be expropriated, 15 of them being homes, with construction expected to start this summer and completed by 2020.

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The provincial minister of municipal affairs and land occupancy, Martin Coiteux, was cited as saying 'that if people were allowed to contest their expropriations, that could mean cases being entangled in court for months or even years, in turn delaying the project... it's about speeding up the process so that we can realize that project in a time horizon which is reasonable‌ the possibility to dispute is withdrawn and the work has to start in the fall in order for the project to be completed by 2020.' The Parti Quebecois' finance critic, Nicolas Marceau, said that people will have no chance to contest losing their homes and that Bill 137 is a 'legal bulldozer'. "The possibility of contesting decisions that www.mtltimes.ca

are made will basically vanish. It will be very difficult to contest a decision that has been made, so it's worrying," said Marceau in a CTV news report. The current estimated cost for the project is $6 billion - already up from the original $5.5 million first announced. The Caisse de DĂŠpĂ´t was committed to financing $3 billion, with another 'conditional' $2.5 billion needed from the financial participation of both the federal and provincial governments - for a total of $5.5 billion then. In Quebec's new budget announced on March 28th, they committed to investing $1.3 billion in the project and 'several hundred millions for related work'.

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"We made it very clear right from the start that a project like this requires federal participation. They have indicated right from the start that they are interested in doing this," said Quebec Finance Minister Carlos Leitao. But the Coalition Avenir QuĂŠbec called the bill 'premature without a firm commitment from the Federal Government'. "We are not even sure if the federal government will be part of it and if it doesn't give the money, as the government of Quebec and the Caisse de Depot wish, all the

structure of the project will have to be reconsidered," said Benoit Charette, an opposition critic with the CAQ. At this point, one cannot help but ask, why the government is in such a rush and not taking the required time needed for a project of this magnitude to review the report by the BAPE and other professionals and environmentalists? And more importantly, its citizens. Please let us know how you feel about this. info@mtltimes.ca

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estomania is delighted to an- this event to the next level. You will have a nounce Tartafest’s return from chance to enjoy a gourmet fine dining experiMay 19th to 28th. More than 20 ence without the hefty bill: each restaurant will restaurants will create amazing have a delicious entrÊe consisting of tartar, intartars especially for the occasion cluding an alcoholic beverage, offered at a and you will vote for THE best tar- price starting as low as 10$. Tickets are now tar of Montreal. The novelty of the year: the available on Fishmarket La Mer will be our partner to take www.restomania.ca www.mtltimes.ca 19 WEDNESDAY


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Restomania and La Mer are honored to present its Salmon Orâ King Tartar, which is considered as the best salmon in the world! The organization Seafood Watch of Monterey Bay Aquarium assesses this Salmon of New-Zeland as « Green ». It is the first and the only marine farmed salmon to be certified BAA by the World Aquaculture Alliance (source: https://orakingsalmon.ca.nz/). You will be able to taste this pure deliciousness at the launch party, the closing night and in some exclusive premium packages offered on Restomania.During the entire event, participants are invited to vote for their favorite dishes on www.tartarefest.ca. During the closing day (May 27th, 11 am - 11 pm), the most popular tartar will be elected live as the Best Tartar of the 2017 Edition at the Fish Market La Mer. With two ambiances, by day and night, the closing event will be a huge success! All the profits of this day will be donated to our special event partner the Douglas Foundation (Mental Health University Institute). The launch party will take place at the Rosewood restaurant on May 19th where all the tartars and drinks will be offered. Address: 60 Street Saint-Jacques, Montreal, QC H2Y 1L2 The participating restaurants in Montreal:

Assommoir Notre-Dame | Balthazar Dix30 | Balthazar Laval Bistro Laurentien La Coupole | Brasseur de MTL Griffintown Brasseur de MTL Vieux-Montréal | Brasserie St-Denis | Caribou gourmand | Coin-G Chez Ma Grosse Truie Chérie | Être Avec Toi (Ê.A.T) | Hotel Omni - Alice Bar La Champagnerie | La maison du Magret | Laloux | Le Gras Dur | Ichigi-Ichie Mia Tapas | Rosewood | Sir Winston Churchill | Sinclair | Vladimir Poutine Some participating restaurants in Quebec:

Duo sushi tartare | Paris Grill | Nihon Sushi | Restaurant le Dorsay

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feature a mix of long established institutions and newcomers, with delectable treats by Maggie Oakes, Mercado, Fiorellino, ChasseGalerie, Mercuri, Lola Rosa, Tapeo, Mesón, Inferno, Mauvais Garçons, Shô-Dan, Taste Italy, and Terrasses Bonsecours. Under the ambassadorship of Mr. Vianney Godbout, chef-owner of Chasse-Galerie, La Fête des restos aims to surprise guests with the creations of Montreal chefs who see the world as their pantry, drawFor one night only, over a dozen of the city’s ing ideas and ingredients from places as dimost innovative restaurants will offer dishes in- verse as the Quebec terroir, Italy, Spain, spired by the creativity and multicultural nature Japan, Peru, Mexico, and the US, with numerof Montreal’s gastronomy. The celebration will ous international detours along the way. 23 www.mtltimes.ca WEDNESDAY

n June 5th, food lovers will gather at Terrasses Bonsecours in the Old Port of Montreal for the second edition of La Fête des restos, an event to showcase Montreal’s rich culinary culture, presented by RestoMontreal, the longest standing restaurant directory in Quebec, in partnership with Decarie Motors, Montreal’s iconic Bentley, Aston Martin, Jaguar, and Land Rover dealership.


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“Luxury automobiles and food have always gone hand in hand,” stated Joel Segal, president of Decarie Motors. “We organize numerous events throughout the year at our dealership and we have always enjoyed treating our guests to interesting culinary experiences to highlight local chefs and adventurous restaurants. Our clients eat all over the world and are devoted fans of some of Montreal’s finest dining establishments. Our partnership with RestoMontreal and La Fête des restos is another way for us to support our city’s exciting food scene.”

director and co-founder of RestoMontreal. “We know Montreal is a top ranked food destination in the world and this event showcases the talent and creativity of our local chefs.”

Admission to the soirée is $50 per person and includes a taste of all restaurants, a complimentary drink, and a few surprises. Part of the proceeds will be donated to Moisson Montréal, the largest food bank in Canada, which distributes nearly 1,000 tons of edible goods every month to community organizations that help 137,000 people in need.
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LA FÊTE DES RESTOS June 5, 2017 from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. at Terrasses Bonsecours 364, de la Commune East, Old Port of Montreal RestoMontreal.ca

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• Bilingual • Must have own car. • Minimum 2 years sales experience (Sales with other newspapers an asset). • Salary base depending on experience. Please send your CV to info@mtltimes.ca or call (514)457-7656

Gyproc • Painting • Ceramic tiles Carpentry “Fences & Decks” Brickwork & Tuckpointing Concrete & cement finishing Doors & windows

“Over 30 years experience”

CENTRIS #22929533 $299,000

SALES REP WANTED

Looking for bilingual salesperson to cover Montreal & surrounding area’s with fantastic promotion campaign for both our papers.

Call for more details 514-457-7656

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040817-112296

514-781-0556

billthepoolman@hotmail.com

010-092417-112470

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PER WEEK

A MIN. IS REQUIRED

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Advertising online with local articles Program www.totimes.ca

Your ad will be place in articles with a click link to your website # of Articles per week Cost per article $10 min. 1,500 views 1 $9.50 min. 3,500 views 2 $9 min. 4,000 views 3 4 $8.50 min. 5,000 views $8 min. 6,000 views 5 $7.50 min. 10,000 views 6 $7 min. 13,000 views 7 8 $6.50 min. 15,000 views 9 $6 min. 17,000 views 10 $5.75 min. 20,000 views $4.75 min. 25,000 views 15 $4.25 min. 30,000 views 20 $3.75 min. 30,000 + views every article All prices are based on monthly contracts ( min 6 ) Receive a monthly report on views per article

Receive FREE ads with a contact of 10 articles per week : • 1/8 page ad in the Montreal Times • 1/4 page in Wednesday A contract of 15 articles per week receive: • 2 - 1/8 page ad in the Montreal Times • 1 - 1/2 page in Wednesday A contract of 20 articles per week receive: • 2 - 1/8 page ad in the Montreal Times • 2 - full page in Wednesday

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Welcome to 191 Brock South Located in the golden square mile of Montreal West adjacent to NDG These newly built condos have a Sleek, Contemporary design with an underground parking elevator and all the comfort you can ask for. Come in and take advantage of the limited units left. Make Brock your new address. Quite simply not to be missed.

Sales Office 191 Brock S. Montreal West H4X 2E7 36

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514- 969- 6929 514- 381-1165

www.condobrock.com

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