Entertainment Pennsylvanian Man Discovers an Underground Secret After His Lawn Bubbles
This old Victorian home has a secret: it's part of the Montreal Metro system
Unlike its neighbours, the house at 1423 Towers St. in downtown Montreal seems to have withstood the test of time. While its stone Victorian walls appear unchanged, the building itself is hiding a secret: it’s not a house at all.For years, Montreal's transit authority has been discreetly building a sprawling ventilation system within — and below — the abandoned building. Behind its snow-crusted front steps lie the hidden depths of the city's Metro system.
I am an unwavering fan of the Roughriders, but this weekend I was embarrassed by many of these same fans.
We had friends come to Grey Cup from Winnipeg and enjoyed the party rooms with them and supported them by cheering for the Bombers. They supported businesses in Regina and were here for a good time.
Instead, they left with a sour taste in their mouth for Regina. I want to thank the family who taught their child to say “I’ll cheer for anyone but the Bombers. I hate them,“ or the people telling our friends there is no way they’d cheer for the Bombers or the gentleman who told my husband after the game as he left that he could now burn his Bomber hat.
Girl, 11, killed by truck driver at North Carolina Christmas parade
Hailey Brooks, 11, died after a pickup truck driven by Landen Christopher Glass, 20, lost its brakes and began to accelerate into her dance troupe. Brooks was taken to a hospital but died.
We have been to many games across the country including in Winnipeg for the Banjo Bowl. I have experienced good rivalry but have never felt insulted. It is only a game.
Casmeara Morrow, Saskatoon
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Jerry Lee Lewis, Legend of Rock'n'Roll, known for the title "Great Balls of Fire", died at 87 years old .
nicknamed "The Killer", the American musician was one of the pioneers of rock'n 'Roll, renowned for its strong presence on stage and its dynamic style on the piano. © provided by Franceinfo Jerry Lee Lewis, one of the pioneers of Rock'n'Roll, died at the age of 87, announced his press attaché Zach Farnum in a statement on Friday, October 28. The artist died at his home in Memphis, in Tennessee. The American rocker was notably known for his title Great Balls of Fire.