Quebec Soccer Reverses Moronic Turban Ban At FIFA's Nudging

The Quebec Soccer Federation on Saturday morning announced it's going to align with a ruling FIFA made two days earlier and allow Sikh men to wear religiously prescribed turbans on the soccer pitch. The federation also expressed regret that its ban on turbans was seen as racist, saying it was only meant to protect… » 6/15/13 1:08pm 6/15/13 1:08pm

The Unstoppable Frisbee Trick Shot Menace Has Finally Reached Quebec

Look, it's not the "greatest Frisbee catch in the history of Frisbee catches," but it is Frisbee trick shot expert Brodie Smith and some random people in Nordiques jerseys—OK, and one Maple Leafs fan—defy the laws of physics throughout the Colisée Pepsi, so there's that. » 4/12/12 10:15pm 4/12/12 10:15pm

Canada Acknowledges That Its Hockey Is More Important Than Its Politics

Canada has rescheduled a French federal election debate to accommodate the opening game of the Montreal-Boston game on Thursday. We admire the compromise: here in the states, we'd probably just have had to choose based on which event made for a better drinking game. » 4/11/11 11:20am 4/11/11 11:20am

Gros Coup De Hach À Deux Mains Is French For This Terrifying…

http://youtu.be/inncr93Uio A fight broke out at a Quebec "beer league" in the north shore of Montreal last week, and it escalated until a player brought down a logger-style two-handed hockey slash over his opponent's head. JT from 25Stanley.com writes that the league is not pro, and "not even close to [being] semi-pro."… » 4/05/11 5:30pm 4/05/11 5:30pm