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After a stress-inducing Game 6 at the Bell Centre on June 24, the Montreal Canadiens won the Clarence S. Campbell Bowl for the first time in the team's 112-year history.

But what exactly is the Campbell Bowl? Why is it so historic that the Habs won it? And why would no one on the team touch the trophy? 

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The royal family announced the death of the Queen's husband, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, on Friday morning.

According to a log of royal tours on the website of the Government of Canada, the Duke visited Quebec at least 14 times on both official and private business over the course of his wife's reign.

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Buckle up, according to Premier François Legault's daily schedule, another 5 p.m. conference will be held today with him, the National Director of Public Health, Horacio Arruda, and the Minister of Health and Social Services, Christian Dubé.

It seems that the government likes to save the 5 p.m. conferences for important news and this will be the second one this week.

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In the agenda for Montreal's City Council on Monday, January 25, a "Non-partisan motion calling on the City of Montreal to urge the government to Canadian to decriminalize simple possession of drugs for personal use" is set to be debated.

A press release about the subject asks that the City of Montréal "undertake as quickly as possible steps to request a city-wide exemption from the Government of Canada to the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act."

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A special guest was invited to Premier François Legault's press conference on December 20: Santa Claus!

Legault directed this conference to kids living in Quebec and shared some great news with them.

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Premier François Legault told Quebecers at a press conference Wednesday that police forces would begin cracking down on people who violate COVID-19 public health rules.

"The warning period is over," said Minister of Health Christian Dubé at the conference, echoing the premier's statements.

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In a press conference on November 12, Premier François Legault refrained from responding to a media question on business closures in Quebec because, he said, it's what his communications coach would want him to do.

A journalist asked whether the premier was considering closing businesses at the same time as potential school closures in Quebec might occur. 

"My communications coach would suggest not answering this hypothetical question," he said.

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In a press conference on November 5, Quebec Premier François Legault said the provincial government is considering modifying the rules on private gatherings.

The premier said he asked his team to look into the possibility of relaxing public health restrictions by allowing two people to get together — regardless of whether one of them lives alone.

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In a press conference on October 22, Premier François Legault and Health Minister Christian Dubé were asked the question that's top of mind for most Quebecers right now: "Why aren't we able to bring the curve down? What's the main problem right now?" 

Earlier in the press conference, Legault clarified that while COVID-19 numbers have stabilized in the province, there is no indication that the situation is going to improve in Quebec any time soon.

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The provincial government held an important press conference on Sunday, September 20, to update the province on the current COVID-19 situation in Quebec. As of today, Montreal, Chaudière-Appalaches and parts of Capitale-Nationale are officially under "orange alert." During a previous conference held on September 8, the government officials unveiled the new COVID-19 alert system in Quebec, which contains four levels: green, yellow, orange, and red. 

On September 15, it was announced that some regions in the province moved from the green to yellow level. And now, three of those regions have rapidly made their way into "orange alert," which is deemed a "moderate" alert.

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Get ready Montreal, because this is the event you've been waiting for.

Montreal is planning on hosting a massive Vegan Festival at the end of the Fall.

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As some of you may know, last week we announced the Big Splash 2015 happening at the Old Port. The event is meant to raise awareness about the safety of the water surrounding the island of Montreal  and is part of the movement to take back the Saint-Lawrence river.

Well it's not the only event taking place in the next few weeks, The Comite Citoyen Montreal Baignade is holding the Semaine Du Saint-Laurent and there are plenty of free events to take part in:

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