Campus discounts! Many discounts on newspaper and magazines are offered by Campus discounts. They generally have a kiosk during the first week of the semester at Côte Ste-Catherine's building. Check out their website!
The main French daily newspapers are Le Devoir, La Presse and Le Journal de Montréal.
Copies of La Presse are regularly offered free on the newsstands in the School.
On the English side, you can read The Gazette, the Globe and Mail or The National Post.
From Mondays to Fridays, you can get the free daily newspapers Métro and 24 heures (TVA/Le Journal de Montréal) in the city’s subway stations.
There are also many free weekly newspapers, which cover mainly cultural events and what to do when you go out.
In French: Voir, Nightlife magazine, ICI supplement of the 24 heures newspaper
In English: The Hour, The Mirror.
HEC Montréal has its own newspapers.
L’intérêt is the student newspaper of the AEHEC (BBA students association).
Agora is the newspaper of the International Student Network (ISN).
For periodicals, let us mention L’Actualité (twice monthly magazine), which offers good analytical articles, Les Affaires, an economic weekly, and Protégez-vous, a monthly consumer protection magazine.
You may also find in Montréal most magazines from France and a wide array of foreign publications in a Maison de la Presse internationale. Some are delivered by air the day after their publication, others are shipped by sea. In such cases, it can take up to a month after their publication for their delivery.
The Relay Presse Web site enables you to subscribe to an electronic version of many magazines from France (without delay from their publication date) for a monthly unlimited access fare or per magazine. relay.presse-wl.com
TVA / Le Journal de Montréal
An excellent way of keeping abreast of the news from here and from your country is to subscribe to several RSS news feeds. These feeds are the titles of the latest articles published on a site. When a title interests you, you click on it and the site opens.
To subscribe to RSS feeds, you need an RSS reader. You can find some online, like
iGoogle (www.google.ca/ig), which is practical to use as your home page. You can also use software applications, which you can consult offline, such as NewsGator (www.newsgator.com). You can display several RSS feeds on the same page. All major newspaper and television channel sites have RSS feeds, which you can access free.