Below are some of the best stories, videos and photos of Montreal from this past week.\nMTL Blog receives dozens of submissions from readers every week. \nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in Montreal, send us a message, photo, or video @MTLBlog on Twitter and Instagram.\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nIt was quite a week, eh Montreal?\nOur weather was quite nice despite some rainy days, there was a shark in the Saint Lawrence Gulf, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau gave us $50 million for a park, the STM made some changes, Papa John's opened its first location in the area for a very long time, we found out why your flight to Vancouver is so expensive, and a beloved La Ronde roller coaster is shutting down soon.\nThere was way more that happened in the news this week! So, if you missed anything, check out our Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter pages.\nWidely-circulated news is fun and all, but here at MTL Blog, we love getting submissions and story tips from you — the reader! We received some pretty fantastic local stories this week. Some funny and some were simply classic Montreal but all were from you!\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in Montreal, send us a message, photo, or video @MTLBlog on Twitter and Instagram.\nShawn Mendes and Camila Cabello had an awesome week in Montreal\nView this post on Instagram I love new contents • • • • • [@shawnmendes @camila_cabello #señorita #shawnandcamila #shawnmendes #camilacabello #ikwydls #handwritten #illuminate #reflectiontour #727 #mendesarmy #harmonizers #camilizers #shawmilaitalia #shawmilaitaly #shawmila #camendes ] A post shared by Shawn Mendes & Camila Cabello (@shawmilaita) on Aug 20, 2019 at 5:44am PDT\nOur faithful MTL Blog paparazzi, AKA, our lovely readers were all over the celebrity couple this week as they were here on business. Shawn Mendes had a spectacular concert and Camila Cabello was probably here supporting her "secret" boyfriend.\nREAD ALSO: Shawn Mendes & Camila Cabello Spotted Getting Cozy At Popular Montreal Restaurant (Photo)\nSomeone shared this video with us poking fun at the typical West Island experience.\nPeople from the WEST ISLAND be like...You either know someone like this, or you are someone like this.Posted by Accurate Antics on Friday, August 16, 2019\nWe love you West Islanders!\nThe Scooterpocalypse is upon us, Montreal\nOne Lime destroyed, another dumped in the Lachine Canal. Not only do I not care for their visual pollution, but this Lime invasion is not working for me. Am I the only one? Photos: Facebook St-Henri Group #Montreal pic.twitter.com/NE6tJnFjqw— Toula Drimonis (@ToulasTake) August 22, 2019\nLeave it to Montrealers to ruin a good thing just a few days after it debuts. Lime scooters have been popping up in some...unfortunate places all week long. Stay classy, Montreal.\nREAD ALSO: Montreal Police Will Soon Be Giving Tickets To Drivers Who Get Too Close To Cyclists\nWe spoke to a local plastic surgeon about surgery trends in Montreal\nView this post on Instagram Have you heard? I am available for online consultations! 🖥 You can ask questions and we will assess if you are a good candidate for the treatment you're interested in, and you only have to come in for the actual procedure. For more info call the clinic at 514-508-3555. A post shared by Karl Schwarz (@drkarlschwarz) on Aug 22, 2019 at 8:47am PDT\nDr. Karl Schwarz spoke to our very own Katina Goulakos about plastic surgery trends that he's seeing in Montreal and his practice.\nCheck out the interview here!\nREAD ALSO: Montreal Emergency Room Wait Times Are Increasing At An Astonishing Rate\nMontrealers shared their most "typical Montreal moment"\nFinding a new route to work everyday because of construction— StimaWELL North America (@StimaFIT) August 20, 2019\nOh, Twitter, you never fail us! Thanks to our readers, we came up with a definitive list of typical Montreal moments. Thank you for participating!\nCheck out Montrealers's most "typical Montreal moment" here!\nMontreal construction workers got creative with traffic line painting\n@mikepoli\nMontreal is known as an artistic place as I'm sure you've all seen many "found art" vernissages (here's looking at you Concordia Fine Arts majors). But I mean, this one takes the cake.\nThis is truly a prize-winning work of art that needs to be hung in the MBAM. Classic Montreal!\nREAD ALSO: A Quebec Construction Site Has Collapsed, Injuring 3 People\nWhose bicycle is this and how did it get here?\nLex Lex\nTwo Montrealers discovered a mystery bike in their apartment. No one knows where it came from or whom it belongs to.\nDo you recognize this bike?\nREAD ALSO: 17 Things To Do In Montreal This Weekend\nMontreal university students shared their most embarrassing Frosh stories\nPhoto by Maurício Mascaro from Pexels\nNo regrets? Well, maybe some...we've all been there, no judgement!\nOur very own Alexandra Toutant spoke with some students, talking about some of the best times and worst times ever experienced at Frosh.\nREAD ALSO: Montreal's Coolest New Bar On Saint-Laurent Has Free Pool Every Night\nA parking ticket was issued to a parked Montreal municipal car and nothing makes sense anymore\n@randysg\nIs this the nexus of the universe? One reader spotted this Ville de Montréal municipal car with a parking ticket on the window. Hmm. Ironic.\nDoes anyone know this hairdresser?\nWe received messages from a few women asking us to find this apparently amazing hairdresser who used to work in Granby. Apparently, he works in Verdun now:\n"Hi there, I am looking for a hairstylist by the name of Jean-Francois who worked at Smart Style on Granby street for over 4 years. He left his stylist job there and is now working in a hair salon somewhere in Verdun. He was my stylist for years and won't trust anyone else with my hair. Jean-Francois in quite tall, reddish hair, in his early 30's. Maybe someone can help me! Thank you".\nSend us a DM if you think you know "Jean-Francois"!\nAnd finally...\nWinner of the most Montreal picture of the week is...\email@example.com\nPure comedy.\nHave a great weekend, Montreal!