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West Island Blues Festival

WEST ISLAND - On the morning of May 14, 2018, a festival website or via its Facebook page at a cost of $ press conference was held to marked the launch of the 100 each. Big J and the Rippers will be the head liners 15th edition of the West Island Blues Festival at the for the VIP night and the Record Breakers will be the Madison’s Restaurant & Bar in Dollard-des-Ormeaux. opening act . The outdoor festival will take place on June The members of the festival's organizing committee 16th. Viewers will have the pleasure of seeing the folwere present, including Errol Johnson, City Councillor lowing bands perform: Brothers in Blues, Miche Love in Dollard-des-Ormeaux, Dimitrios (Jim) Beis, Bor- & Louis Janelle Band, Riot & The Blues Devils with ough Mayor Pierrefonds-Roxboro, and Benoit guest Dwayne Dixon, Brian Greenway's Blues Bus, and Langevin, Borough Councillor Pierrefonds-Roxboro, as finally 5 Avenues. well as the representatives of major sponsors, Allstate For more information, please visit: www.westislandbluesfestival.com Insurance and the TD Canada Trust Bank as well as, the members of organizations receiving the funds raised by the event. The mayor of Dollard-des-Ormeaux, Alex Bottausci, gave a speech and Brian Greenway’s Blues Bus offered a short performance. A unique festival, the event has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for non-profit organizations for fifteen years. This year, the organizations that will share the proceeds of the event are Alzheimer Group Inc., WIBCA, Literacy Without Limits, AJOI and the West Island Women's Shelter. The festival is divided into two events. The first is a VIP evening that will take place on May 24 at the PierWest Island Blues festival committee refonds Cultural Center. Tickets are on sale through the www.mtltimes.ca 2 WEDNESDAY


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Riverside Festival 2018 By: Elsa- Maret / mtltimes.ca

MONTREAL - Festival season is upon us and most likely you will always be guaranteed to find something you’ll enjoy. Whether it’s country music, POP, Jazz or classical, there’s something for everyone. This year, for a sixth edition, Riverside Festival will be kicking off early September. Riverside is an electronic music festival which is hosted over two full days, from Saturday September 8th until Sunday September 9th 2018. Although the festival is a few months away, if this interests you, we recommend booking your tickets now, as they will be selling out faster than you think !

The Riverside Festival will be taking place outside of Montreal, in Gatineau, but we guarantee you this is worth the road trip ! The venue will be alongside the Outaouais river next to the Canadian History museum. Tickets are currently on sale now on their website, however only the £65.00 tickets are sill available, so hurry up before they sell out. Riverside festival will be open to ages of 16 and above and the official line-up will be announced shortly. To follow the event and any announcements made, click here:

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Free Outdoor Yoga all Summer By: Elsa- Maret / mtltimes.ca

MONTREAL - Getting into shape can often feel like an expensive chore and its easy to brush it aside when you have a busy schedule. Now that the sun is shinning and the temperatures are higher, POP Spirit is organising for a fourth edition FREE outdoor yoga all Summer. What better to get into shape than by enjoying the freshness of the air and a friendly and peaceful atmosphere ? These classes will help you be at one with your body and mind and forget about your buys day to day life. Yoga is a fantastic way to shut down negativity and focus on your soul while also toning and shaping your body.

These FREE outdoor yoga classes are open to anyone, whether you’re a beginner or have been practising yoga for years, come and enjoy these classes. Professional Yogi, Marie Eve B, will be teaching and she will be inviting some of her follow yogis to help her. Each class will take place at the Baldwin Parc on Monday evenings starting at 5:30 pm. The classes will start on June 11th and will be taught until August 13th 2018. For more information about the classes, click below to visit the official Facebook event. Don’t forget to bring your yoga mat! #TrouveTonEquilibre

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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

prospective buyers away altogether. In most cases, you can make a reasonable pre- inspection yourself if you know what you're looking for, and knowing what you're looking for can help you prevent little problems from growing into costly and unmanageable ones. To help home sellers deal with this issue before their homes are listed, a free report entitled "11 Things You Need to Know to Pass Your Home Inspection" has been compiled which explains the issues involved. To order a FREE Special Report, visit: www.montrealinspectionpitfalls.com Get your free special report NOW to learn how to ensure a home inspection doesn't cost you the sale of your home.

This report is courtesy of Group Sarroino Real estate broker(s) Kw Prestige Real estate Agency. Not intended to solicit buyers or sellers currently under contract. Copyright Š2016

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Grow Your Own Soothing Garden By: Elsa- Maret / mtltimes.ca

MONTREAL - Now that Spring is finally upon us in Montreal, it’s time to explore the outdoors and get creative with your plants. Most people love a a relaxing cup of tea after a hard day at work, now imagine how much lovelier that tea could be if it was home grown and freshly picked for the occasion. BlueberryJams & Naughty Nettles are teaming up to bring you the best series of workshops diving into growing, harvesting and transforming your own herbs into potent homemade herbal remedies. The first in this series will start with how to grow your own nerve and worries “soothing garden”. This workshop focuses on a handful of easy-to-grow and local to Quebec herbal plants. Blueberryjams & 6

Naughty Nettles will be using their chosen calming herbs: Milky Oats, Lemon Balm, Catnip, Holy Basil, and Chamomile. You will explore all the tips and ticks from Naughty Nettle’s own farming experience to grow these medicinal plants to their fullest potential. BlueberryJams will be sharing their favourite transformations, recipes and multi-purpose uses for these soothing plants. At the end of the workshop, you will be gifted with a medicinal seedling pack so that you can begin your own herbal adventures from the comfort of your own home. The capacity is very limited for this event, so make sure you book your ticket now by clicking below.

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Spa Evening at Bota Bota By: Elsa- Maret / mtltimes.ca

MONTREAL - Bota Bota is Montreal’s most luxurious spa situated on the Saint Laurence river in the Old Port. It’s a unique place and you will be guaranteed to have a relaxing time. Every Friday of each month, starting in June and ending in October, the spa is offering a unique evening concept. From 11:30pm until 02:00am, the Bota Bota spa will exclusively be open after regular closing hours. You’ll be able to make the most of the Bota Bota Gardens as well as the spa during the evening and until the early hours. What better way to take care of yourself after a long Winter than taking the time for a unique spa experience ? Here’s what the evening entails… You’ll be able to experience Montreal’s luxurious spa at

a time when no one does and lounge by the heated pools to the unique sound of a renowned DJ who will be performing throughout the evening. In order to attend Bota Bota’s unique event, reservations are required, click here to found out how. The price for the evening includes unlimited access to Bota Bota’s Gardens and spa, a towel, a locker and a robe to lounge in. If you cannot attend any of the upcoming evening events, Bota Bota Spa also offers a range of different services throughout the year, including various massages, face treatments, manicures, pedicures and special offers for mothers to be. For more information about this Bota Bota Spa evening, click below.

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How Quebec could allow Home-Growing marijuana? By: Bonnie Wurst / mtltimes.ca

MONTREAL - The inevitable legalization of recreational marijuana in Canada has been bringing up more questions than answers since the Federal Government ďŹ rst introduced Bill C-45, the Cannabis Act, in the House of Commons in April of 2017. The third and ďŹ nal www.mtltimes.ca

reading of the Bill by the Senate is expected no later than June 7th 2018, with Canada-wide legalization on July 1st 2018 - but there could be a delay of up to 2-3 months before legal weed is actually available for consumers.

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The provincial and territorial governments need at least eight to twelve weeks following the ďŹ nal vote to be ready for actual retail sales - and one of the more challenging and controversial aspects of legalization is the 'personal cultivation' of cannabis at home. Bill C-45 will allow Canadians the option of growing up to four legal cannabis plants per residence - but Quebecers are being told they will not be able to grow their own. Manitoba is the only other province that will not allow it. Provinces and territories are being given the right to develop their own regulations and systems for cannabis production, consumption and sales. Along with those rights, Quebec has chosen to not allow people to grow their own cannabis at all, contravening the four-plant limit allowed under Bill C-45. www.mtltimes.ca WEDNESDAY


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It is sure to create even more controversy as Federal Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould clearly stated said that the federal law will prevail if it is challenged in court. But there is a very legit concern here. Not only does cannabis have a very strong smell when smoked (and inhaling second-hand smoke from pot has another element to it, as one can potentially feel its eects), but the plants themselves give o a very strong odour that can be smelled by one's neighbours, either indoors in buildings and even outdoors in backyards. It's not like alcohol at all in that sense. Concerns have also been raised about children having access to the plants or the potential mould that could arise growing it and even the amount of electric power being used - but there could be a solution to all of that, one the Quebec government should consider. Two popular options that have been around for some time now have been capturing the attention of Canadians poised to grow their own. For indoor cultivation there is what is called the 'Marijuana Grow Box'. It looks like a small cabinet or even a small fridge and is used to grow cannabis under controlled conditions. The boxes come with fans and ďŹ lters - and with most now having LED lights it minimizes

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electrical usage. Even then, the power used to run a typical grow box is nothing compared to the illegal grow ops we've seen in the news being raided by police. The advantage is that the plants are contained, there is no smell (unless you open it), no need to worry about mould and most importantly, Marijuana Grow Boxes can be locked - giving you the security of knowing nobody else can have access to it, especially young children. The boxes can range in price from a few hundred dollars for a smaller one, to several thousand dollars and up for a large deluxe box (more of an industrial model used to produce far more than one home would be allowed to). Given the four-plant limit allowed under Bill C-45, a small box will easily accommodate 4 plants and not infringe on anyone's right to breathing clean, fresh air. As for outdoor cultivation, the same applies as far as safety and strong odour is concerned - and why a Backyard Greenhouse, during the warmer season, could also resolve the same issues. You also don't need a very big structure to do so - and energy consumption is practically nil, as the only lighting you will need comes from the sun.

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A greenhouse could significantly lower the smell com- would behoove the Quebec government to look into it, ing from the plants, especially at the flowering stage before making any final decisions. They could set somewhen they start growing their coveted buds. What many thing up where people would have to get a permit first people have been doing is simply growing other aro- in order to do so - and this way it can be properly monmatic plants beside them, like flowers and herbs to mask itored and controlled. the smell. As for security, the plants can't really be seen In the end, most people will probably prefer the if the walls of the greenhouse are built with semi-trans- convenience of just dropping by one of the Societé parent glass or polycarbonate sheets. Québécoise du Cannabis (SQDC) stores to get their You can build your own or buy one and make sure goods. But if Quebec does not allow people to grow it has a door with a lock, keeping children away and even those who might want to try and steal your crop. their own plants, they might find a significant number But greenhouses will not work for everyone - first you of people continuing to rely on the black market, instead need to have your own backyard and they need to be of paying the higher cost of cannabis proposed by the placed in an area facing the sun all day. They are also government. And wasn't the whole idea of legalization more expensive than a Grow Box - prices for a small about keeping cannabis off the streets in the first place? What is your opinion? Should Quebecers be algreenhouse can run from around $700 to upwards of lowed to grow their own plants - under controlled and $5000 and more. Whether it be a Grow Box or a Greenhouse, it specific conditions? 14 www.mtltimes.ca WEDNESDAY


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AMCAL - Do you have one of these at home? A 20-something year-old living at home. With university graduate living at home because they’re looking for the perfect job with a 6-figure salary or saving up to buy their penthouse condo • Still in school but keeps changing programs, is a good kid but doesn’t know where they are going • Works in a minimum wage, part-time or temporary job, spends all their money on shopping or social activities and has no savings At some point, family dynamics began to change. From generation to generation, roles and responsibilities between parents and children have transformed. The Gen-Ys or millenials are today’s young adults who have been stereotyped as entitled. According to the Statistics Canada 2011 Census, there is a significant upward trend of 20-29 year olds living at home longer especially in greater Metropolitan areas where finance is a factor but not the only one. The hard truth is that parents are babying their teens and taking care of their older children when they should not. By not allowing them to learn and take age-appropriate responsibilities, they end up developing bad habits and it’s holding them back. You may think that you’re encouraging your child for achieving a good grade at school or succeeding in an activity but think about it… shouldn’t they be expected to work hard and do well? Parents today are over-protecting their

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children from failures, set-backs and even adversity which results in adult children who are shocked when things don’t go according to their imaginary plan or how they picture their reality. Parents may have stability in their own financial makeup but it’s not so that you can dig into your savings to support your children. Providing a financial safety net does not help your kids in the future. Adult children relying on parents to pay their bills don’t ever learn how to earn their own money or the importance of budgeting. The reason that many millenials are still at home could be that they depend on their parents for emotional or financial support. It may also be because the cost of housing may be too high or the pursuit of higher education or difficulty finding a job. Whatever the reason, parents and children can change and improve your situation. AMCAL Family Services provides family counselling for emerging adults with the goal setting boundaries and goals, and developing a long-term plan—so the young adult can function better as an adult and the family can establish a new equilibrium. If you are going through something similar or know someone dealing with teenage angst, talk to your school administrator, resource staff or contact AMCAL Family Services at (514) 694-3161.

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The B’s of Italian wine

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Fog in the vineyards of Nebbiolo, Piedmont.

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ithout question, Italy is one of the most appreciated wine producing countries in the world and the Piedmont (Piemonte) region is among the top in terms of the quality of wines it produces. Any discussion of Piedmont wines has to include the 3 “B”s of this region – Barolo, Barbaresco and Barbera.

Ripe bunches of Nebbiolo, ready to be cut

Nebbiolo is highly prized by winemakers in the Piedmont region and the best growing areas A Story of Two Grapes and winemaking equipment are devoted to her. Barolo and Barbaresco are made from the It’s not surprising, then, that the appellations of same grape: Nebbiolo. Like Pinot Noir, this va- Barolo and Barbaresco are so highly esriety is demanding and among the most difficult teemed by many wine cognoscenti. On the other hand, the Barbera grape (also to grow. In fact, it flourish only in special soil and climate characteristics. Actually its name the name of the wine) is much more relaxed derives from the Italian word ‘nebbia’ for the and adapts better. Barbera is planted on a fog that settles over the Piedmont region dur- larger scale, but rarely on the prized southern ing the fall harvest. However, the grape deliv- facing slopes that brought riches to the Pieders the goods in terms of the quality and mont region. The custom was that Barbera grape was planted for quantity, not quality, complexity of wines that are coaxed from it. these are your everyday wines. www.mtltimes.ca 18 WEDNESDAY


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Barolo vs. Barbaresco: Wine Royalty

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Although both are born from the rustic, yet sophisticated Piedmont region and are produced from the same grape, there are subtle differences between these two powerhouse wines. Both are commanders of Piedmont’s most well known wines. (In fact, Barolo has been referred to as the ‘king of wine’). In general, Barolo is the more structured, powerful, complex and masculine of the two. Wine critics describe Barolo “stern and imposing,” but that is open to interpretation. Generally, it has more weight and acts like a French Bordeaux than its counterpart. Barolos are more expensive but age longer. Barolo and Barbaresco are natural partners with meat based risottos

Both Barolo and Barbaresco pair well with foods that offer bold flavors that can assert up to them. Robust meats, wild game, rich pastas and creamy risottos are all worthy partners. Barbera: Piedmont’s traditional everyday wine

Remember, Barbera is the name of both the grape and the wine. Historically, both have been treated more like ‘commoners’ when compared to their more royal Piedmont counterparts. Unlike the delicate Nebbiolo grape, Barbera is so adaptable it can pops just about anywhere. In fact, it can now be found in wine growing regions all around the world. It’s not hard to see why Barbera has long Barolo producers keep full cellars been referred to as the ‘paesano wine.’ The of their old vintages adaptability and high yield of this grape made it easy to cultivate for people of different social Like Barbaresco, Barolo is not recommended and economic . It has earned its reputation as it to drink young because its too fierce. By law, a common wine, suitable for every table. Not it must age for a minimum of 3 years between surprisingly, Barbera is a wine that has graced barrel and bottle; 5 years for Barolo riserva. the tables of hard working Italian families for Many require significantly longer to reach their generations. prime. Barbera is no delicate flower either, however. Barbaresco, on the other hand, is the more With its acidic, full body and deep rich color, it graceful of the two. It is softer, more balanced, is a good match for the hearty flavors you’ll find feminine and matures earlier. Aging require- on the classic Italian family table. However, ments for Barbaresco are 2 years between thanks to its laid back character – and the fact barrel and bottle and 4 years for Barbaresco it can be enjoyed young – Barbera has gained riserva. Non-riserva wines require only one more widespread appeal. It can now be found year of oak aging, giving a smoother, softer, in the finest restaurants, as well as in the averand more feminine finish. age family home. www.mtltimes.ca 19 WEDNESDAY


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Produttori del Barbaresco, one of the best coops in Italy

Aldo Vacca, director of Produttori del Barbaresco

Produttori del Barbaresco is a 52 member cooperative with 250 acres of Nebbiolo vineyards in the Barbaresco appellation with an annual production of over 500,000 bottles. Its vineyards amount to almost 1/6 of the vineyards of the area. Each member is in full control of their land, growing Nebbiolo grapes with the skill and dedication they have mastered over generations. The Produttori uses traditional Piedmontese methods: an 18 to 21-day primary fermentation with aging for up to three years in botti (Large barrels). Such techniques allow them to make transparent wines, and let the terroir shines in their wines. The Produttori’s nine crus or vineyards lie on steep slopes composed of the firm clay and limestone marl of the Langhe. Those from the northern hills—Ovello, Montefico and Montestefano–have a higher clay content and are known for their rich earthy, meaty flavors, full body and firm structure. Cantina Fratelli Alessandria, traditional Barolos in the making for 5 generations

Sitting on the the small hilltop village of Verduno, Cantina Fratelli Alessandria produces exceptional wine from 14 hectares that includes the crus of Monvigliero in Verduno and Gramolere in Monforte d’Alba. Their Barolo wines were a favorite in the court of King Carlo Alberto in 1843. Gramolere , situated in the prestigious Monforte d’Alba subregion, is a high elevation site ( 425 meters above sea level) a total 20, and it enjoys a particularly warm microclimate created by its location. The terroir at Gramolere is constituted by steep sandy clay soils. From 40-yearold vines, the Barolo is broad with a dense mouth and fine tannins. However, No matter what you’re serving for dinner tonight, when it comes to choosing a bottle of wine to grace your table on a sunday dinner, look no further than the wines of the Piedmont region of Italy.

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Fratelli Alessandria Gramolere Barolo 2011

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$67.75 SAQ Code: 12247684 A fine nose delivering a bouquet of dark fruits, licorice, menthol and dry candied licorice. On the mouth, full body, structured with notes of cherry blossom cream, leather and and assortment of cured meats. Powerful with fine grained tannins. Ready to drink now but will benefit from 15-20 years cellar time. 97/100.

Produttori del Barbaresco 2011, Barbaresco

$39.75 SAQ Code : 12558909 Aromas of bright red cherry with nuances of smoke, roses and white flowers. Furthermore, a hint of wood with spices. On the mouth, full body with delicious red fruit and leather flavours. Balsamic cream nuances and a perfumed medley of mushrooms develop in the mouth. Very long with a solid structure. 95/100

Fratteli Allessandria Priòra 2013. Barbera d’Alba $33.50 SAQ Code : 12034195

Fresh nose. Juicy nuances of crushed blackberries with thyme raspberries and strawberries puree. On the mouth, deliciously balanced with nuances of white tea, white pepper and cranberry cocktails. Fresh with a well built tannins structure. 94/100.

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Marco Giovanetti is an ItalianVenezuelan sommelier student in the ITHQ of Montreal, Quebec. He has 15 years of experience tasting wine from Europe and emerging wine regions. His key specialties are the wines of Tuscany, Italy and the wines of Spain. He enjoys fine wines, gastronomy, film and literature.You may contact him at: productionslevin@gmail.com WEDNESDAY

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