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SI.com: Adrian Dater: When smoking was the NHL's bad habitupdated: Mon Mar 05 2012 10:51:00

When Mike Keenan arrived to coach the Blackhawks in 1988, he noticed something disturbing in his team's dressing room at Chicago Stadium: ashtrays. Not just the squiggly-squared, amber-colored glass trays that populated most public places, but tall, regal-looking stands. Finished butts, dozens of them, had been given proper state funerals, or so it looked.

SI.com: Michael Farber: Couture takes 'last-man' stigma from Kesselupdated: Fri Jan 27 2012 11:25:00

GATINEAU, Que. -- Across the Ottawa River from Canada's capital, in the Las Vegas of Ottawa, the 2012 NHL All-Stars were divvied up into two teams in a made-for-TV exercise that is supposed to replicate the childhood reverie of players choosing teams by throwing sticks into a pile and having the captains yank them out. Now there weren't any slot machines in the snow banks around the pond and the hold' em was of the clutch-and-grab and not Texas variety, but the fantasy draft is a nod to the past by a league which, judging by the glitzy venue for this confection, likes seeing its name in blinking lights.

Fortune: How Cirque du Soleil got startedupdated: Fri Oct 28 2011 07:47:00

Guy Laliberté, 52, started as a fire-breather and stilt-walker in Quebec, where he organized street festivals. He ended up running an entertainment empire with nearly $1 billion in sales, Cirque du Soleil, known for spectacular artistic and acrobatic shows seen around the world. Here's how he did it.

Exploring Canada's wine regionsupdated: Fri Sep 30 2011 12:26:00

While many visitors to Canada -- especially those who think Canadians live under a permanent blanket of snow -- are surprised to learn that wine is produced in Canada, their suspicion is always tempered after a drink or two.

24 romantic honeymoon destinationsupdated: Wed Aug 17 2011 12:14:00

A honeymoon is a once in a lifetime trip, and choosing a romantic destination requires careful planning. While other trips might focus on an activity, like skiing, the honeymoon is a chance for newlyweds to focus on each other.

Prince William, Catherine to visit devastated town of Slave Lakeupdated: Wed Jul 06 2011 05:06:00

Prince William and his wife, Catherine, will visit a fire-stricken town in central Alberta on Wednesday, the seventh day of their Canadian tour.

British royals head to Montrealupdated: Sun Jul 03 2011 20:29:00

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge wave goodbye to Ottawa as they board a plane headed to Montreal.

Prince William and Catherine wind down fourth day of Canadian tourupdated: Sun Jul 03 2011 20:29:00

Prince William and his wife Catherine touched down in Prince Edward Island Sunday, winding down the fourth day of their Canadian tour.

Royal couple greeted by protesters in Montrealupdated: Sun Jul 03 2011 07:05:00

Prince William and his wife Catherine arrived in Montreal Saturday evening to a small group of demonstrators who opposed the newlywed couple's tour of Canada and the British monarchy they represent.

British royals plant tree on Canada tourupdated: Sun Jul 03 2011 07:05:00

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge kick off their third day in Canada by planting a tree.

CNNMoney: The fracking public relations messupdated: Tue Jun 21 2011 11:16:00

When Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley issued an executive order banning fracking earlier this month, the state joined the ranks of New York, Quebec, Germany, France and South Africa to halt the controversial technique for extracting natural gas from shale rock.

Conservatives appear to be winning Canada's electionupdated: Tue May 03 2011 07:33:00

Canada's Conservative Party was riding to a definitive victory as results from national elections came in early Tuesday.

Parsley-cilantro recall expanded to include other vegetablesupdated: Wed Dec 29 2010 07:22:00

A Texas distributor has expanded a recall already involving thousands of cases of produce over fears of salmonella cross-contamination in its processing facility, the company said.

Salmonella outbreak linked to sprouts has sickened nearly 100 peopleupdated: Tue Dec 28 2010 22:59:00

A salmonella outbreak linked to alfalfa sprouts has sickened some 94 people in 16 states and the District of Columbia, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Tuesday.

SI.com: Chris Mannix: Hockey makes room for boxing as Pascal hosts Hopkinsupdated: Fri Dec 17 2010 13:11:00

QUEBEC CITY, Quebec -- La Cage Aux Sports gives off an air of familiarity, an near perfect Dave & Busters-meets-T.G.I. Friday's sports bar blend. It is replete with the requisite flat-screen TV's and memorabilia, with American music pumped through speakers that are propped up all over the warehouse-sized building.

Quebec City: Europe without the carbon footprintupdated: Mon Nov 29 2010 07:56:00

Cobblestone streets, sidewalk cafes and public art have helped Quebec City earn the moniker, "Paris without the jetlag." The thriving urban agriculture scene, local boutiques and restaurants, electric buses and green hotels should inspire a new nickname: "Europe without the carbon footprint."

Canada's national dish: 740 calories -- and worth every bite?updated: Sun Oct 03 2010 07:01:00

Bob Rutledge is on a quest to spread the word about poutine.

SI.com: Canadiens' sale to Molson gets green lightupdated: Thu Sep 10 2009 13:22:00

LAVAL, Quebec (AP) -- The sale of the Montreal Canadiens to a group led by the Molson family is going ahead.

SI.com: Reports: Roy denies Avs' coaching offerupdated: Mon May 18 2009 17:26:00

Hall of Fame goaltender Patrick Roy denied being offered the Colorado Avalanche's coaching job, a position currently held by Tony Granato.

SI.com: Michael Farber: The party never started in Montrealupdated: Mon Apr 20 2009 23:20:00

MONTREAL -- Like Sisyphus, the Montreal Canadiens face a mythic uphill climb in their first-round series against the splendid Boston Bruins, who won 4-2 on Monday (RECAP | BOX) to take a three games-to-nothing lead in a series between rivals almost as old as Athens and Sparta.

Docs questioning Quebec's urgent care resourcesupdated: Thu Apr 09 2009 12:34:00

Natasha Richardson came to Mont Tremblant ski resort in eastern Canada last month for what was supposed to be a skiing getaway.

SI.com: Michael Farber: No hockey town like Montrealupdated: Fri Jan 23 2009 18:43:00

Welcome to Montreal, All-Star city.

Time.com: Schoolyard Bullying: Which Kids Are Most Vulnerable?updated: Tue Oct 14 2008 20:00:00

A new study tries to isolate the factors that make children more prone to bullies -- and to suggest what parents can do

Montreal: See Canada's Paris in 48 hoursupdated: Mon Aug 25 2008 11:27:00

Given Montreal's proximity to substantially-sized American cities -- it's just over five hours driving from Boston, Massachusetts and Hartford, Connecticut -- you might not think Quebec's largest city would be so different than these New England metropolises.

Time.com: McCartney Plays Free Show In Quebec updated: Mon Jul 21 2008 07:00:00

Paul McCartney churned out a Beatles-laden song list to a pumped-up crowd gathered Sunday for a free concert as part of Quebec City's 400th anniversary celebration

Time.com: Enough With the New Countriesupdated: Fri Feb 22 2008 16:00:00

Now Kosovo has broken off from Serbia. A confused follower of world events asks: Are we really better off minting smaller and smaller nations?

Fortune: Cashing in on pollutionupdated: Fri Feb 22 2008 04:04:00

When General Motors closed down a manufacturing plant in Boisbrand, Quebec, a private investment company called Cherokee Investment Partners bought the tainted industrial site.

Canadian firetruck responding to U.S. call held up at borderupdated: Thu Nov 15 2007 10:01:00

A Canadian firetruck responding with lights and sirens to a weekend fire in Rouses Point, New York, was stopped at the U.S. border for about eight minutes, U.S. border officials said Tuesday.

Time.com: Does Day Care Help At-Risk Kids? updated: Tue Nov 06 2007 09:55:00

A new study suggests that taking disadvantaged children out of the home as early as nine months can be beneficial for their development

Davenport beats Vakulenko in finalupdated: Sun Nov 04 2007 17:26:00

Lindsay Davenport claimed her 53rd WTA career title by defeating third-seeded Ukrainian Julia Vakulenko 6-4 6-1 in the final of the Bell Challenge in Quebec.

People.com: Hillary, Meet Your New Cousins: Angelina and Madonnaupdated: Fri Nov 02 2007 16:42:00

Family gatherings in Chappaqua may be a bit more glamorous than usual this holiday season, as Hillary Rodham Clinton has discovered she is related – albeit distantly – to Angelina Jolie and Madonna.

Time.com: How Stress Harms the Heartupdated: Tue Oct 09 2007 17:00:00

Studies show that chronic stress contributes to heart attacks and other disease, and researchers think it's time to make stress reduction a medical priority

Business 2.0: Medicine goes 2.0updated: Sun Sep 09 2007 23:36:00

Can camera-equipped mobile phones make families healthier? One Canadian company says yes. Quebec-based Myca already has a hit with a service called MyFoodPhone, which lets users snap photos of their daily meals and send them to the company's nutritional analysts.

Time.com: Better Bedside Mannersupdated: Wed Sep 05 2007 12:00:00

A new study shows that a standardized test of doctor communication skills can help create a nicer, better doctor of the future

FSB: A stand-up guyupdated: Wed Sep 05 2007 02:45:00

I decided to ditch my chair and start standing at my desk after a lot of frustration (and pain) from sitting all day. I run a staffing and recruiting firm called the LaSalle Network (thelasallenetwork.com), which I founded in 1998 when I was 26 years old. It now has five offices in the Chicago area, 60 employees, and $15 million in annual sales.

Your e-mails: Remembering the 'Croc Hunter'updated: Tue Sep 04 2007 06:58:00

It's been a year since Steve Irwin, the environmentalist and TV host best known as the "Crocodile Hunter," died. He was killed September 4, 2006, by a stingray barb to the chest while filming an underwater documentary off Australia's northern coast.

Seven things you can stop worrying about right now! updated: Sun Aug 19 2007 23:39:00

Whatever's keeping you up at night -- enough already! Give peace of mind a chance with this expert advice.

Anatomy of a solar stormupdated: Thu Jun 07 2007 15:04:00

Last December, a colossal wave swept across the entire solar surface within minutes, bulldozing everything in its path. The rare tsunami-like shockwave formed on the heels of a major flare that erupted from an Earth-size sunspot 15 minutes earlier.

Business 2.0: Opportunities Unfold in the Accordion Pillupdated: Thu Mar 15 2007 12:59:00

The $30 billion pharmaceutical industry is always looking for ways to make our bodies hang on to the medications we take. Some drugs for diseases like AIDS need to be taken five times a day, with a...

SI.com: Selling the gameupdated: Tue Jan 23 2007 12:35:00

DALLAS -- As much as most reporters gripe about the NHL All-Star Game, I still love being here. This is my 10th opportunity to cover the event, and while the early excitement has long since worn off, there's always something special about being around hockey's finest. Absent the pressures of a playoff race for a few days, everyone -- from the players up to the owners -- is a bit friendlier, a bit more quotable. It's a good time.

Money Magazine: Best Places to Vacationupdated: Thu Nov 02 2006 07:43:00

Instead of the typical vacation, consider these more memorable journeys.

Money Magazine: Getting There is Half the Funupdated: Wed Nov 01 2006 00:01:00

YES, YOU COULD JUST PLOP YOURSELF down on a beach in Jamaica this winter, but in most cases, it'd be no different from that beach in St. John's. Or Florida. Or California. The same is true of skiin...

Money Magazine: 4 fall travel bargains - that won't break the bankupdated: Fri Oct 13 2006 08:08:00

Still-nice weather, fewer crowds - autumn is the time for great deals. By Donna Rosato and Kate Nugent, Money Magazine.

Montreal TV: 5 injured in collapse of highway overpassupdated: Sat Sep 30 2006 14:47:00

At least five people were seriously injured Saturday in the town of Laval, Quebec, when part of an overpass above Highway 19 collapsed, a Montreal television station reported.

America's best spa values: Mexico and Canadaupdated: Wed Jun 28 2006 16:18:00

Where are the best values in spa vacation? Budget Travel magazine picked their favorites in different regions around the nation, including some from Canada and Mexico.

Africa's second Ice Ageupdated: Mon Feb 20 2006 06:45:00

The Inuit may have countless words that express precisely the myriad types of snow found in their frozen lands, but in the national language of Kenya, Ki Swahili, there is just one -- "theluji."

Maritime disasters of the 20th and 21st centuriesupdated: Fri Feb 03 2006 11:01:00

Rescuers are seeking survivors after an Egyptian ferry with about 1,400 people on board sank in the Red Sea.

Canadians choose conservativeupdated: Tue Jan 24 2006 00:22:00

Canadians elected Conservative Party leader Stephen Harper as their next prime minister Monday, but denied him the outright majority he would need to take any strong change in direction.

Conservative leads in Canada voteupdated: Mon Jan 23 2006 19:17:00

Buoyed by a political resurrection in French-speaking Quebec, Conservative Party leader Stephen Harper appeared poised to become Canada's next prime minister.

Vote topples Canadian governmentupdated: Mon Nov 28 2005 16:37:00

After months of political instability, the government of Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin fell Monday evening when three opposition parties united to topple him with a no-confidence vote in the House of Commons.

Frazier and Arvidsson reach finalupdated: Sat Nov 05 2005 16:26:00

Top seed Nathalie Dechy and number three Marion Bartoli were both beaten in the semifinals of the Quebec WTA tournament, ending hopes of an all-French final.

Skier Turgeon announces retirementupdated: Thu Oct 06 2005 14:02:00

Canadian skier Melanie Turgeon, the 2003 world downhill champion, has announced her retirement due to consistent back pain.

CNNMoney: Bulls stirupdated: Thu Feb 10 2005 05:41:00

Stocks looked to rally early Thursday as investors awaited some economic numbers and the latest earnings from Dell.

The inside line: Tremblant, Quebecupdated: Tue Jan 18 2005 14:12:00

A modest-size mountain in Canada's frost belt? Doesn't exactly give you that warm and fuzzy feeling. But Quebec's Mont Tremblant has got it going on.

World swimming event could be sunkupdated: Wed Dec 08 2004 14:05:00

Montreal could be forced to pull out of hosting next year's world swimming championships because of huge financial problems, it was reported on Wednesday.

The indie fan's holiday wish listupdated: Mon Dec 06 2004 09:56:00

Want to know what your music-obsessed loved ones want from Santa?

Martin: Partnership 'even more important'updated: Wed Dec 01 2004 13:58:00

Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin recounted Wednesday the hospitality Canadians displayed to stranded travelers after U.S. airspace closed in the wake of the 2001 terror attacks. Following is a transcript of his remarks.

CNN.com users contribute to 'You be the strategist'updated: Mon Oct 25 2004 09:50:00

CNN.com asked its users what issue President Bush and Sen. John Kerry should focus during the final week of campaigning.

Canadian PM wins election but with minority governmentupdated: Tue Jun 29 2004 00:42:00

Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin and his scandal-battered Liberal Party apparently bested their reunited Conservative opposition in Monday's federal election, but a strong showing by separatists in Quebec helped rob Martin of an outright majority.

Travel treats for your Valentineupdated: Mon Jan 19 2004 12:08:00

Looking to say "I love you" with something more than red roses and chocolates? Consider planning a romantic getaway with your sweetheart.

Business 2.0: America's New Secret Weaponsupdated: Thu Jan 01 2004 00:01:00

For technology entrepreneurs, the war on terror has become the new Y2K. Just as the millennium bug pumped $150 billion into information technology companies, the fight against al Qaeda has poured $...

Business 2.0: Come Hungry, Leave Happyupdated: Mon Sep 01 2003 00:01:00

Veteran attendees know the drill: Don't snack before going to the Fancy Food Expo held in New York each summer. The premier gathering for those who buy and sell gourmet food products, the Expo disp...

Money Magazine: Marchupdated: Fri Mar 01 2002 00:01:00

Carrying on

Money Magazine: October Travelupdated: Fri Oct 01 1999 00:01:00

Head to Canada for fall foliage. With the exchange rate continuing to favor U.S. travelers, you can watch nature's fireworks at a discount. A double room at Quebec's Cheribourg Resort (800-567-6132...

Fortune: Wake Up, America! Resist the Canadian Cultural Imperialists!updated: Mon Mar 29 1999 00:01:00

Endorsing a pending bill meant to protect Canada from an onslaught of U.S. magazines (including those from FORTUNE's parent, Time Warner), Maclean's magazine calls Canadian culture "a shy, woodsy c...

Fortune: ZERO TO 60 IN THREE SECONDS (COLD) SKI-DOO'S FLAGSHIP SNOWMOBILE, THE MACH Z, IS A 160-PLUS-HORSEPOWER SNOW HOG updated: Mon Mar 31 1997 00:01:00

One day it snowed on Graceland, and Elvis had snowmobiles delivered so that he and his boys could bomb around the Memphis hills. It hardly ever snowed again, so eventually the King had the snowmobi...

Fortune: ECONOMIC INTELLIGENCE GLOBAL GLOOMupdated: Mon Nov 16 1992 00:01:00

Economist J. Paul Horne of Smith Barney calls it the ''phenomenon of the disappearing recovery.'' Throughout the world, growth rates confidently projected in the first half of 1992 are having the s...

Money Magazine: '92 TRAVEL CALENDAR Around the globe, from Antarctica to Assisi, here are the absolutely best places to visit each month this yeupdated: Wed Jan 01 1992 00:01:00

Welcome to a year of fabulous travel bargains. Business has been lackluster throughout 1991, with occupancy rates at U.S. resorts now hovering at 66%, down from 69% in 1990, and with business trave...

Fortune: WHY CANADA CAN'T GET MOVING AGAIN Not long ago its growth was second only to Japan's. Now businesses are fleeing to the U.S. andupdated: Mon Dec 30 1991 00:01:00

THAT chill breeze you feel blasting down from the Arctic just may be the wheeze of Canada's ice-cold economy. Like that of the U.S., it seemed to be easing out of recession last spring -- but since...

Fortune: FORTUNE magazine contents page DECEMBER 30, 1991 VOL. 124, NO. 15 updated: Mon Dec 30 1991 00:01:00

SPECIAL REPORT/COVER STORY 24 WHAT I WANT U.S. BUSINESS TO DO IN '92 With the American economy convalescing and the world order in stunning metamorphosis, the globe's largest business sector senses...

Fortune: WHAT'S $48 MILLION TO A BILLIONAIRE?updated: Mon Oct 22 1990 00:01:00

Not everybody would turn down $135 million in favor of $87 million. But billionaire Charles Bronfman, co-chairman with his brother, Edgar, of Seagram Co., is doing just that. In the spring Charles,...

Money Magazine: TWO DAYS OF THUNDERupdated: Mon Oct 01 1990 00:01:00

Sure it's fun. Blasting around a racetrack in a hip-hugging Formula Ford is the ultimate four-wheeled fantasy. But high-performance driving schools also offer powerful returns on investment: you co...

Fortune: ZAP! COSMIC THREAT TO HEMISPHERE'S COMMUNICATIONS updated: Mon Feb 26 1990 00:01:00

IN 1989, THE ENTIRE PROVINCE OF QUEBEC LOST POWER FOR NINE HOURS BECAUSE OF MAGNETIC STORMS CREATED BY SUN SPOTS! IT COULD HAPPEN AGAIN...IN NEW YORK NEXT YEAR! ^ BELL LAB SCIENTISTS EXPECT MORE SU...

Fortune: GET READY FOR POWER BROWNOUTS You may be shocked by electricity shortages this summer -- and beyond. Demand is surging, and utilupdated: Mon Jun 05 1989 00:01:00

DEEP IN THEIR HEARTS, utility men love to build generating plants. Big boilers, broad dams, tall stacks. Power for the nation. And this is the time when utilities would normally be starting a new r...

Fortune: WHY IS RESOURCE-RICH CANADA POOR? A British-born journalist has a modest proposal: The French- and English-speaking parts ought updated: Mon Nov 23 1987 00:01:00

What's wrong with Canada? It is richer in resources on a per capita basis than the United States, spends much less on defense, and has no large underclass. Yet Canada's standard of living is only a...

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