Pic Picks

The Link’s photo blog. Selections of our best pictures each week, from sports, arts, news and beyond.

  • Photo of the Week: Sports

    Stingers women’s hockey suffered a tough loss to the University of Ottawa Gee-Gees on Sunday, blowing a two-goal lead in the last minutes of play. With the Stingers’ momentum lost, the Gee-Gees ended the game with a one-timer by forward Fannie Desforges in overtime.

  • Exploring Notman House

    Once the home of Scottish photographer William Notman, Notman House has slowly fallen into disrepair. For the past two years, however, it has been occupied by start-ups, giving a place for entrepreneurs to work and create with others. Half of the building is in good condition, but I was more interested in the part that has yet to be fixed up. I put on my boots and went exploring.

  • Photo of the Week: Sports

    Stingers running back Michael Donnelly tries to dodge members of the Laval Rouge et Or. The Stingers fell to Laval 32-19 on Saturday.

  • Rocky Horror Takes Over the City

    Switching venues in favour of one twice the size, Montreal’s annual Rocky Horror Picture Show Halloween Ball has taken over the Impérial Cinéma for a week of song, dance and nipple tassels.

  • Photo of the Week

    Cyclo Nord-Sud held a used bike collection on Sunday at Co-op la Maison Verte in Notre-Dame-de-Grâce. The Montreal non-profit sends used bikes to developping countries, last year collecting nearly 4,000 from all over Quebec. The bikes collected on Sunday are going to Haiti as part of a special school project to provide an entire school staff and students with bicycles.