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This Is How Much Money Quebec Medal Winners Can Expect To Take Home From The Olympics

The Canadian Olympic Committee pays bronze, silver and gold medalists.

The Tokyo 2020 Olympics are in full swing, and Team Canada has bagged 12 Olympic medals so far, including three gold medals.

The International Olympic Committee does not pay athletes for attending or winning medals at the Olympic Games — but Team Canada's athletes can be offered cash prizes from an official Canadian Olympic Committee fund.

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Corey Perry's Leaving The Canadiens To Play For The Enemy... The Tampa Bay Lightning

This one stings!

Montreal Canadiens forward Corey Perry has been signed to the Tampa Bay Lightning, the Habs' Stanley Cup final rival this past June and July.

Perry, an unrestricted free agent, signed a two-year, $2 million deal with the Lightning, the team he's lost against for the Stanley Cup in the last two seasons — one with the Habs at the end of June, and another as part of the Dallas Stars in 2020.

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Danault Posted A Goodbye Message To Canadiens Fans & We're Getting Emotional

We'll miss him — and also the pizza memes.

Montreal Canadiens pizza king (and center) Phillip Danault penned a touching goodbye message to the Habs and to the team's fans.

The free agent, who hails from Victoriaville, signed a six-year $5.5 million deal with the Los Angeles Kings.

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Quebec Athletes Reacted To Simone Biles' Withdrawal From The Olympics Due To Mental Health

That includes Minister Isabelle Charest, a former Olympic speed skater.

Reigning United States gymnastics champ Simone Biles announced earlier this week that she would pull out of the all-around Olympic gymnastics competition of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics to focus on her mental health — and Quebec athletes have shown her an outpouring of love and support since.

Biles, 24, said in a July 27 press conference that she didn't want to "risk the team a medal" due to her mental health.

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Nick Suzuki Gives Off Major Daddy Vibes On His Cat's Adorable Insta (PHOTOS)

He also gives users a peek into his Montreal home.

Instagram influencers always kill it when it comes to creating aesthetic pages that many can't help but admire, and sometimes, these influencers are someone's pet. Montreal Canadiens player Nick Suzuki's cat, Milo, is one of them.

It's safe to say that Milo's Instagram page, @snowbengal_milo, is one of the prettiest cat feeds around. Plus, you get to see Suzuki in a whole new light when you see all the photos of him and Milo.

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The Montreal Canadiens Just Signed 3 Quebec-Born Players

Welcome to the madhouse, les boys.

The NHL's free-agent frenzy is in full swing right now and the Montreal Canadiens have made some key moves so far, signing three Québécois players on Wednesday.

The Habs added some local flair despite losing local hero Phillip Danault to the Los Angeles Kings: David Savard, Cédric Paquette and Jean-Sebastien Dea.

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