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NDG Arts groups launch new Imagine Monkland Festival By: Deborah Rankin / mtltimes.ca

NDG arts groups are launching a new Imagine Monkland festival for 2018. The annual Flavours of Monkland street festival was canceled in 2017 because of complaints about noise and drunken and disorderly conduct. So this year NGO Arts Week which organizes the annual festivities will be presenting a more familyfriendly version with better controls. "Monkland Village www.mtltimes.ca

is one of the hearts of the NDG community and Imagine Monkland opens it up as a new playground for all residents while respecting those who live close by," says CoDirector Luca Palladino. "Arts Week conducted a survey over the summer and the main thing that people missed about not having an event on Monkland was the spirit of the community."

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The announcement was made at a recent press conference hosted by Porco Restaurant a trendy Italian eatery on Monkland Avenue. There has long been a clash of values between citizens in the gentrified neighborhood surrounding the commercial strip and partygoers who would turn it into a mini-version of the Plateau Mont-Royal's Boulevard Saint Laurent. Dubbed "The Boulevard" the busy thoroughfare near McGill University that was once known as the Main, is its own cautionary tale of how neighborhood diversity can turn into a cultural battlefield as residents and tourists, merchants and shoppers, cyclists and motorists, students and yuppies, stake out their turf.

& crafts, and a 3-D chalk laboratory, plus fun activities for kids. The Monkland street festival is co-sponsored by Biz NDG, a local merchants association with some additional funding from the Notre-Dame-de-Grâce-Côte-des-Neiges borough. As in past years, there will a giant streetwalk sale with booths for vendors, artisans, NGO's, and Food Trucks. Tying it all together is Imagine Market which will provide dedicated spaces for commercial stores in the area. "There are a lot of movers and shakers in NDG," says Pascal Salzman, President of the NDG Business Association. "The Imagine Market is a way to showcase the immense quality and diversity of merchants on Monkland and local artisans."

Paul Scriver, President of Notre-Dame-des-Arts (NDA) a charitable non-profit with a mission to promote the arts and culture in NDG isn't worried. He says events like Imagine Monkland are about using the arts to build community. "It's about social ecology," he says. Ecology is a popular buzzword these days though probably few know what it means. Ecology is actually a branch of science that deals with the relationships between living things and their environments. In the social context, it's about the connection between people, place, nature, and things. "The arts bring people together," he says. With the support of donors and the aid of volunteers, NDA was able to sponsor more than 20 activities in 2016 and 2017 including Art Walk, Country en ville, Opera in the Park, and Sunset on Somerled.

One of the star attractions for kids of all ages will surely be The Homespun Parade which will feature giant puppets inspired by monsters and creatures. Young and old alike will be invited to make their creations out of anything they choose under the tutelage of Mathieu René. "To me the idea of taking art out of institutions and putting it back into the hands of people, to have art that can be made out of anything, that art does not have to be high-end, that it can be cheap and accessible, that is brilliant," says Artistic Director Melanie Stuy. Arts Week is co-producing, with Notre-Dame-desArts, the 3rd Annual NDG Arts Fundraiser. On Thursday, April 19th NDG Arts and Arts Week will host The Cheap Medicine Comedy Show at the Oscar Peterson Concert Hall. Buying a ticket to the Cheap Medicine Comedy Show will help to support initiatives such as NDG Porchfest, St. Raymond Cheap Art Collective, NDG Art Hive, and events taking place during Arts Week like NDG Cinema Off the Wall.

Imagine Monkland will be taking place in a free-access pedestrian zone between Girouard and Harvard on Monkland on June 22-23-24. The summer festival will present outdoor concerts on two small stages where local bands such as Old Time honey, Gypsy Kumbia Orchestra, and Impulso Flamenco will entertain both lo- Full programming details will be announced on the cals and visitors gratis. There will be a DJ dance night, website www.artsndg.ca and on the Facebook page lounge area, circus acts, workshops, participatory arts @ImagineMonkland. 4

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MONTREAL - According to industry experts, there are over 33 physical problems that will come under scrutiny during a home inspection when your home is for sale. A new report has been prepared which identifies the eleven most common of these problems, and what you should know about them before you list your home for sale. Whether you own an old home or a brand new one, there are a number of things that can fall short of requirements during a home inspection. If not identified and dealt with, any of these 11 items could cost you dearly in terms of repair. That's why it's critical that you read this report before you list your home. If you wait until the building inspector flags these issues for you, you will almost certainly experience costly delays in the close of your home sale or, worse, turn


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Attention tech upstarts, there may be $500k waiting for you By: Sergio Martinez / mtltimes.ca

MONTREAL - New entrepreneurs with a good idea in that "To apply to pitch, you need to have a technologimind and good prospects for their businesses to grow, cal component to your business, be incorporated in will have an opportunity to pitch for a significant in- Canada, seed or growth stage, with expected revenue jection of cash to concretize their projects. This possi- growth 50%." bility is what the Fundica Roadshow is offering by In a communiquĂŠ, Fundica Roadshow also indicates announcing the launching of its sixth edition which that "Some of Montreal's most notable startup influwill be held in three cities across Canada. The compe- encers (entrepreneurs, VCs, gov't, etc.) will also be in tition will start in Montreal on May 1, at the Rialto The- attendance to give keynote speeches, workshops, preatre; after that, it will move to Vancouver on May 31, sentations, and to judge the live pitches." and Toronto on June 28. The whole event should end Fundica Roadshow has already played a role in helpwith a grand finale in Montreal, at the MarchĂŠ Bonsec- ing to fund companies that have experienced a successours on July 12. ful performance, such as "VRVana, a Montreal-based The best startups from each of these cities will classify VR company that was acquired by Apple for $30M." for the final competition which will carry a prize of To obtain additional information please visit: $500,000. In its website, Fundica Roadshow indicates www.fundicaroadshow.com 6 www.mtltimes.ca WEDNESDAY


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and polluting our planet, if we stop destroying our food chain and also decrease our dependence on mammals in our diets, there is hope. It is a tall order, but with it could come some wondrous and amazing things for our planet. If we do manage to clean up our act by 2050, there is the potential for our planet to be the bright future we would hope for, a future with green buildings and skyscrapers, renewable energy, major medical breakthroughs and enough food to feed a dramatically increasing population. Communication will advance beyond our present imagination and augmented reality experiences will move forward in a future that we have only imagined to date through science fiction. It is all in the realm of possibility.

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Global warming is not a myth and the polar ice caps are melting at an alarming rate. Closer to home, last spring's flooding, especially along the Rivière des Prairies was a clear indicator - as well as the microburst storm, best described as an upside-down tornado, that hit the city last summer. There was an actual tornado in Lachute just northwest of Montreal and parts of Ontario are seeing funnels touch down there with regularity - all that while raging fires were burning in BC and the west coast. If we do not clean up our act within the next 30 years or so, the results could be catastrophic and beyond reversing. But most experts in the area of climate change also agree on one thing - if we take immediate action, if we drastically decrease our dependence on fossil fuels and carbon pollution, there is hope. If we stop using plastic

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Stephen Rankin is Director of Prestige and a fourth neers of the single malt category. generation member of the Urquhart family, owners of “Our ‘Connoisseurs Choice’ range remains true to my Gordon & MacPhail. He said: “Gordon & MacPhail has grandfather’s vision and philosophy while placing a a 122-year history of forging strong and lasting relation- greater emphasis on small batch, single and multiple ships with distillers across Scotland and our loyal con- casks, bottled as vintages. We hope consumers will look sumers. With four generations of experience in the forward to each limited release.” whisky industry, we have continually evolved, inno- The brand-new ‘Discovery’ range will follow in late spring; ‘Distillery Labels’ will launch in the summer, and vated, and grown. “As we begin a new chapter, we are streamlining our new look ‘Private Collection’ range will be released in portfolio to make it more accessible for our consumers, the autumn; the next ‘Generations’ unveiling is still to placing their desire for products with heritage, authen- be revealed. ticity, and provenance at the heart of each range. We For more information about the new look ‘Connoiswant to take malt whisky lovers on a journey that will seurs Choice’ and streamlined portfolio, visit www.gorhelp them explore beyond their usual whisky choices. donandmacphail.com “Each whisky tells a story, not only about the distillery Gordon & MacPhail of origin and the casks maturing the spirit, but also about the time and patience devoted to nurturing each Gordon & MacPhail is a family-owned single malt whisky to the pinnacle of its maturation potential. Many of the whiskies in our ranges have been tended by mul- Scotch whisky specialist based in Elgin, Scotland. Since 1895, Gordon & MacPhail has sent carefully setiple generations of my family.” The newly refreshed ‘Connoisseurs Choice’ was first lected casks to distilleries throughout Scotland, filled them pioneered in 1968 by George Urquhart, second genera- with new-make spirit, and matured them either at the tion of the family, at a time when very few whiskies were distillery of origin or in the company’s own bonded warehouses in Elgin. bottled as single malts. Stephen continued: “When my grandfather launched Today, Gordon & MacPhail is the curator of the world’s ‘Connoisseurs Choice’, he was considered eccentric for most diverse collection of single malt Scotch whiskies– a taking such an innovative approach. This range pro- liquid library of flavour. Pursuing a singular path to bevided an opportunity for whisky lovers to explore come the master of whisky maturation, each generation whiskies that had never previously been bottled as sin- of the Urquhart family strives to expand its knowledge gle malts. As a result, he is heralded as one of the pio- and expertise to pass on to subsequent generations. www.mtltimes.ca 19 WEDNESDAY


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