A Canadian porn actor suspected of killing and dismembering a university student in Montreal left Germany and arrived in Canada on Monday, a police official said.
The lawyer for accused killer Luca Rocco Magnotta speaks out about her client and his extradition back to Canada.
A Montreal teacher was fired for showing his 10th grade students the killing and dismemberment video allegedly filmed by Canadian gay porn actor Luka Magnotta, the school board said Thursday.
A Montreal teacher has been suspended for showing his 10th grade students the killing and dismemberment video allegedly filmed by Canadian gay porn actor Luka Magnotta, the school board said on Wednesday
Murder suspect Luka Magnotta was arrested in Germany. Now investigators are looking into possibility of more victims
Los Angeles police are looking into a possible connection between a Canadian porn actor suspected in the mutilation of a university student and the killing of a California man who was dismembered in the same grisly manner.
The distraught family of a university student allegedly killed and dismembered by a Canadian porn actor have journeyed from their village in China to Montreal, where the grisly act took place.
A severed human hand and foot sent to two Vancouver schools are linked to a grisly killing and dismemberment in Montreal, police said Wednesday.
Erin Burnett talks to a forensic psychiatrist about what's inside the mind of the alleged Canadian porn star killer.
Montreal police say a man is wanted in connection with dismembering and mailing body parts. CBC reports.
Police in Paris are searching for a self-proclaimed porn star suspected of killing and cutting up a university student in Canada, authorities in Montreal said Sunday.
Canadian police believe alleged serial killer Luka Magnotta is hiding in France. CNN's Paula Newton reports.
Montreal authorities on Saturday detailed the charges pending against a self-proclaimed porn star, accusing him of first-degree murder in the grisly killing and dismembering of a university student and threatening, among others, Canada's prime minister.
Canadian police on Friday identified the victim of a grisly killing in Montreal as a university student from China who was reported missing by a friend earlier this week.
Police in Canada look for a connection between discoveries of body parts. CTV has the story.
The search continued Thursday for a porn actor suspected of dismembering his acquaintance, posting the video of the incident online and mailing the severed limbs to different locations in Ottawa, including to a political party's headquarters, according to a source with direct knowledge of the investigation.
Authorities say they've identified a suspect in connection with the discovery of a man's torso in Montreal, which is thought to be linked to the finding of a human hand and foot that were separately mailed from Montreal to Otawa.
Canadian police say they're looking for possible connections between the discovery of severed body parts in two cities, including what appears to be a human foot mailed to the headquarters of the ruling Conservative Party.
Tens of thousands of protesters unhappy with planned tuition hikes in Quebec took to the streets Tuesday afternoon in Montreal to mark 100 days of demonstrations.
Protests over tuition hikes turn to riots after thousands of students take to the streets of Montreal. CTV reports.
Five thoughts and observations from a special Saturday in MLS ...
From stunning results in Los Angeles and Kansas City to what's becoming the norm in Toronto, here are five thoughts from Saturday's MLS action:
From Sporting Kansas City's fifth win to Montreal's first, here are five thoughts from Saturday's MLS action:
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- After a whirlwind day in which Montreal made Duke standout Andrew Wenger the No. 1 overall pick and a veteran MLS forward changed addresses, here are five thoughts from Thursday's MLS SuperDraft:
Even though more and more Major League Soccer teams are going the route of finding young, affordable foreign talent or looking within their own academy systems to address needs and fill out their rosters, the MLS SuperDraft (Jan. 12, Noon ET) is still a tremendous resource for clubs to use to their advantage.
We're still early in the MLS offseason. The re-entry draft process for players out of contract or with options declined is only now at the halfway point; Stage 2 takes place Monday, but negotiations for any players selected from a less-than-inspiring list will be ongoing. Meanwhile, the college draft and transfer market await.
With the NHL Board of Governors in Pebble Beach, CA. on Dec. 5-6 to discuss the subject of realignment for the 2012-13 season, we asked SI.com hockey scribes Michael Farber, Sarah Kwak, Darren Eliot, Brian Cazeneuve and Adrian Dater -- to say what they would do if they ran the zoo. While addressing the question of where to place the Jets and a western team that must take Winnipeg's vacated spot in the Eastern Conference/Southeast Division, our writers were free to move teams at will, rename the divisions and conferences, and even reformat the schedule.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge wave goodbye to Ottawa as they board a plane headed to Montreal.
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.
I got a job in a resort town, thinking I'd never again need weekend getaways. As it turns out, the inside of a cubicle looks pretty much the same no matter where you are. And as much as I love the town I live in, some weekends I'd rather be one of the smiling vacationers having tons of fun directly outside my office window.
The depletion of the ozone layer over the Arctic region "has reached an unprecedented level," a loss of 40% from the beginning of the winter to late March, the U.N. weather agency said Tuesday.
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.
An American Airlines jet with 111 passengers on board ran off the runway at Montreal's Trudeau International Airport Tuesday evening, an airport official said.
Bob Rutledge is on a quest to spread the word about poutine.
Brad Keselowski does a bi-weekly diary for SI.com. Heading to Atlanta this weekend, he recounts his infamous "butt" comment at Bristol and tries to explain bad feelings with Kyle Busch. Also in this latest edition: his take on a possible Cup Series date in Montreal, the latest on if he'll be allowed to run for a Nationwide Series championship next year, and why he won't play fantasy football like the rest of Americans these days.
A United Airlines jet en route from London, England, to Los Angeles, California, was diverted Tuesday to Montreal, Quebec, after turbulence injured 10 people aboard, an airline spokeswoman said.
MONTREAL (AP) -- Formula One is set to return to Montreal next year.
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I haven't given much credit to the New York Islanders and general manager Garth Snow since he got the gig two seasons ago, but if the rumors are true that he's going to draft Swedish defenseman Victor Hedman first overall on Friday evening in Montreal, then maybe he deserves a couple of kudos.
Ask most wine hounds and sommeliers on either side of the Atlantic where the best chardonnay originates, and the answer will almost certainly be California or France.
After a nearly four-month break, the CONCACAF Champions League came back in full force this week. Four quarterfinal series kicked off with games held in Canada, the U.S., Puerto Rico and Mexico with return legs slated for Mexico and Honduras next week.
John Gagnon Right wing, 1930-40 The Black Cat was small (5' 5") but played huge for Montreal over 10 seasons, especially in the '31 Stanley Cup finals, when he scored the Cup-winning goal against Chicago. Gagnon lit the lamp 115 times and assisted on 137 goals in 406 games with the Canadiens.
Maurice Richard Right wing, 1942-60 Famed for his skill and feistiness, the marquee player of his era became the first to score 50 goals in 50 games in 1944-45, one of five times he'd top the NHL in goals. The Rocket was the first player to reach 500 goals in a career and held the career goals record from 1952 until Gordie Howe broke it in 1963.
San Jose Sharks forward Patrick Marleau and Dallas Stars defenseman Stephane Robidas were added Wednesday to the Western Conference roster for the All-Star game.
The National Hockey League' 2008-09 pre-season schedule runs from Saturday, Sept. 20 through Monday, Oct. 6. The 110-game slate features the four NHL clubs who will open the 2008-09 regular season in Europe -- the New York Rangers, Ottawa Senators, Pittsburgh Penguins and Tampa Bay Lightning -- playing five games in four European cities.
For the first time ever, CONCACAF teams have played competitive matches throughout the region in a short amount of time. The region's inaugural Champions League is underway and whether or not the tournament is viable or necessary is irrelevant now that the games have begun.
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.
Montreal works to mend relations between police and the community after youth gangs riot over a shooting death.
Rioting broke out late Sunday in a Montreal neighborhood where a young man was shot to death by police over the weekend. A police officer was shot in the leg
BIGGEST CLIMB: Dallas (7 to 3), Montreal (10 to 6), NYR (22 to 18), Atlanta (25 to 21) BIGGEST FALL: Columbus (19 to 25)
As more and more of you dream and scheme your vacations around unforgettable meals, T+L has searched far and wide -- through eight cities across four continents, to be precise -- to unearth the world's greatest new dining experiences.
The blackboard menu is in French and all around the little cafe, people are chattering in French, nibbling on croissants and sipping café au lait. But we're a lot closer to home than Paris.
Stylish, historic and full of great dining options, this Québécois hot spot has evolved into North America's own City of Light.
Does the infamous SI cover jinx extend to the web? Jerry G. from Boulder, Co. thinks so:
Note: All statistics are through Sunday.
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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.
Hate-filled Web postings by the Montreal college gunman show bitterness but no real motive for the shooting rampage Wednesday that killed one woman and injured 19 other people.
A gunman was killed by police and at least 19 students were wounded after a Wednesday shooting at Dawson College in downtown Montreal, police said.
Several shots were fired inside a downtown Montreal college on Wednesday, and initial reports from the scene suggest at least two people were injured, television networks said.
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Police sealed off part of Montreal's main airport and 11 people fell sick after a powdery substance spilled from a package on Tuesday night, Canadian media reported.
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