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 and we live for it.\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.\nYou can feel it in the air, can't you - that slight briskness that signals the end of summer? Why, only a few weeks ago, we could barely stand the heat and today, we're wearing sweaters after dark.\nFear not, Montreal, winter isn't coming for a long while still and though projections say it'll be totally terrible, keep in mind that winter is always totally terrible and you don't need projections to tell you that. But don't worry - you'll soon be mad at us for posting about the snow and ice and sleet every morning. We won't disappoint you, Montreal!\nEnough winter talk, though! We're on the eve of the last long weekend of summer and everyone is preparing for that last trip to the chalet. University students - hope you have your schedule ready and bookbag packed! Everyone else - we're really sorry the government decided it's a good idea to start school on the last week of August.\nIt's been a busy week and our trusty readers brought you all some awesome stories! So before you unplug for the weekend, here's a recap of all the best photos, videos, and stories shared by Montrealers this week!\nFirst, some music from our sponsor:\nThis amazing talent was spotted outside Villa-Maria metro by @ameline_r. In Montreal, the music never stops.\nThis, on the other hand, is not music\nFire Truck on St. Laurent Blv\nTruly awful, isn't it? Our own Katina Goulakos saw this fire truck near her home on boulevard Saint-Laurent early this week and I'm surprised Katina was able to focus on writing her article, tbh.\nThis week's theme was obnoxious noise, apparently\nLes chauffeurs des taxis protestent à L’Aéroport de Montréal contre la loi 17. pic.twitter.com/4l6GQDILJq— Montréal (@WikiRoke) August 26, 2019\nYeah, the taxis were out protesting Bill 17 again. Remember earlier this year when the Quebec government removed the need for taxis to have a permit? That's what all the honking was about.\nQuestionable events at the Pride Parade shocked the city this week\nFreeHKMTL\nA group of LGBTQ members from the group FreeHKMTL were denied from marching at Pride this year because of threats from pro-communist saboteurs.\nPride claimed that they were notified of the threats from police authorities.\nWe discovered that neither the city nor provincial police departments notified Pride of pro-communist threats against the group. So, what's really going on?\nWe'll update this story as we get more details.\nThere was a huge truck fire on a Decarie overpass\nView this post on Instagram These videos show an ongoing truck fire on an overpass on the Décarie expressway. Details are few. We will update this post as information becomes available. Video submitted to MTL Blog by Gabriel Arpin. A post shared by MTLBlog News (@mtlblog_news) on Aug 27, 2019 at 12:31pm PDT\nSome commuters witnessed a dramatic event a few days ago after a truck caught fire and billowed huge clouds of black smoke over the Decarie Expressway.\nSpeaking of things on fire...\n@danlaxerlive\n \n MTL Blog\nOk, maybe a Lime scooter hasn't caught fire (yet) but they're definitely catching heat from residents in Montreal who are fed up of seeing them pop up in the strangest places.\nMontreal - it's a student city!\nDownload your books online and print them out, there 230 bucks saved— Kxng_Henrique (@HenriqueKxng) August 26, 2019\nThanks to MTL Blog readers, new students in Montreal now have a handy guide full of great advice! Don't do anything until you read it!\nWhile you're at it, check out what you'll need to know to survive your first week in university!\nBut be careful when you're walking around town...\nSubmitted to MTL Blog\nUnfortunately, you can't avoid all the creeps.\nWomen in Montreal shared their stories about a man who walks around the city claiming to be a photographer so that he can touch women inappropriately and take photos.\nI'm not crying, you're crying...\nProbably the highlight of this week, Andrew Andreoli, a local photographer and videographer released his video, "Montreal 360" - a stunning video tribute to our beautiful city that's guaranteed to make you cry.\nYou'll keep crying (of laughter) after watching this classic...\nKarate Kid\nYes, that's a guy in full karategi giving it his all to an orange cone.\nOur wonderful Stefanie Hanrahan provides us with a hilarious play-by-play here.\nDon't forget to check out what's open and what's closed for Labour Day!\nEnjoy your long weekend, Montreal!\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in Montreal, send us a message, photo, or video @MTLBlog on Twitter and Instagram.