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Myths about Quebec’s anglos debunked

Hey anglo Quebecers, ever get the feeling that our minority community is unfairly painted as an enemy of the French language in this province? That despite our best efforts to learn and use the language and embrace francophone culture, those efforts go unseen – or...
The Low Down wins big at awards

The Low Down wins big at awards

Now, please allow us to brag: this feisty little weekly – which our proofreader fondly refers to as the “local rag” – just cleaned house at the Quebec Community Newspaper Association (QCNA) annual award ceremony in Montreal on June 28, pulling off 11 top prizes and...
We got a makeover!

We got a makeover!

Nothing like a big milestone birthday to make you feel a half-century old and in need of a refresher in the looks department.  This week we bring you our fresh new look. What do you think? It’s been 20 years since we’ve done a redesign (the last one in 2004 was...
Art Mantell would be proud

Art Mantell would be proud

As we flip through the pages of the Low Down’s 50th anniversary edition, it’s hard not to get emotional.  The old photographs of the late Art Mantell, vintage stories from the past, a roster of reporters who went on to even greater things — memories.  But...

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