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[Update: We've clarified the exact implications of the law -- English-only titles are affected if there is a French version available, which is now given preference. We apologize for any confusion caused.] Beginning today, if you live in Quebec and want to buy a game that doesn't contain any Fren...

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Don't forget -- we're just a few days away from the end of the month, which means we're going to be wrapping up the first month of our new Guild of the Month contest. If you think your guild is overly exceptional, really original, or just generally awesome, let us know about it: we're asking for 200...

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Cogeco Cable already added TSN2 HD (among other stations) in the Ontario market, but now folks located in Quebec can finally be on level ground. Starting this week, the carrier will begin broadcasting TSN2 HD (slot 542) and Canal Indigo HD (slot 500), and there's also the SD version of TELETOON (slo...

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Keeping the HD news from up North flowing is Vidéotron, which has just announced its plans to revamp its HD lineup. The Quebec-servicing cable provider has been able to get its illico digital television service out to over a million households, and it's vowing to "continue its digital termi...

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A joint initiative between the French-speaking province of Quebec in Canada and the video game industry is looking to have more games in French. A spokesperson for the Quebec government said a deal is in the works for all games entering the province to be translated into French. Video-game distrib...

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Rampant piracy hasn't stopped Ubisoft from making moves in Montreal, initiating a massive studio expansion that will see 1,000 new jobs created over the next six years. And now Ubisoft, and existing neighbor EA Montreal, will be joined by Eidos. The UK powerhouse has formally announced plans to laun...

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As supposed by La Presse, Ubisoft has formalized plans to expand its Montreal studio with the help of government aid. The Paris-based company will spend as much as C$454 million (approximately $383.9 million USD) over the next six years, while Quebec will chip in C$19 million in tax credits. Ottawa'...

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missvideogame.com/index.phpmissvideogame.com/index.phpmissvideogame.com/index.php The four day Miss Video Game competition will be held from June 10 -14 2007 in Montreal, Canada. Yeah, another Canadian gaming event! Why are we telling you about it this early? Registration is due by midnight December...

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While the U.S. mid-term elections are going full steam ahead with a myriad of maybe-reliable and not-so-reliable electronic voting systems in place, Quebec is pulling back from its adventures in e-voting, after the province's chief electoral officer Marcel Blanchet delivered a harsh report on the 20...

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Those crafty Canadians, they've invented everything from the beloved BlackBerry to medicalbots. Well, let's add another really sweet creation (DIY-style, this time) to the mix: a radio-controlled airplane with an on-board wireless pan-tilt camera that's linked up to a pair of VR goggles to show wha...

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This weekend saw the openings of three new Apple retail stores. One in Quebec, one in Virginia and another in New York. As usual, we're looking for any reports, photos and/or videos you may have made over the weekend at any of these locations. Let us know what you've got in the comments. Here's hopi...

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Attention all Québécois, Apple is headed to Laval (more specifically 3035, boulevard Le Carrefour, local C14B). That's right, Laval will soon have its very own Apple Store. The grand opening is set for September 9th, and as usual there will be t-shirts for the first 1000 people, and we...

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