For the past 20 years, Fran Lutterman has organised the Ski for a Cure memorial trips as fundraisers for the Cancer Research Society.
Born and raised in Montreal, Max has always had a fascination with the visual arts.
Working on photography and video since high school led him to graduate from Concordia University with a BFA in Film Production.
Max spends a lot of his free time working on professional photography for a multitude of events and projects, that led him to an interest in journalism.
In 2013, he started at Global Montreal as an intern cameraman/editor, and has worked here ever since. His stint as a videojournalist came to an end in 2016 when he moved on to become the Associate Producer.
When not at work, Max still enjoys photography and video, with a multitude of side projects.
He is a huge music fan, having learnt a few instruments starting as early as three years old.
He enjoys cooking, video games and all things technology. He has a huge interest in space, biology and physics, hoping to one day take trip through the cosmos.
While waiting for inter-planetary travel, Max intends to one day visit every continent and dreams of producing his own travel/food show. Exploring diverse cultures and landscapes is on the top of the list.
Montreal police stations 24 and 26 will merge while major repair work gets underway.
Years after reconstructive surgery, one Montrealer fears her breast implants may do more harm than good.
The man known for his anonymous bicycle donations to Montreal’s underprivileged youth has died at 93.
The STM will acquire 153 new AZUR Metro cars as part of an updated deal with Bombardier-Alstom.
The 23-year-old man was then approached by three individuals who tried to steal his merchandise. He was stabbed in the upper body when he resisted.
Police say no arrests have been made and they do not have any information about the suspect, but the victim was on their radar.
Officials of the REM need to close part of Highway 40 between St-Jean Boulevard and Highway 13 during the weekend of Nov. 3-4.
Both the elementary and high school sections are closed due to an issue with the building’s heating system.
Shots were fired from a moving vehicle towards a man by the side of the road on Elie-Beauregard Avenue. Police quickly arrested the suspects.
An early morning fire destroyed Restaurant Onyx in NDG. The Montreal Police arson squad was called in to investigate the suspicious blaze.
It started around 4 a.m. on Aut. 40 near Baie D’Urfé as police attempted to pull over a man suspected of trafficking contraband tobacco.
Arson investigators have surveillance footage of the two breaking the windows of a restaurant on L’Acadie Boulevard and throwing incendiary objects inside.
The Pilsner, Oatmeal Stout, and Session Houblon have been recalled after reports of exploding bottles. The beer is still safe to consume, but safety precautions are recommended.
A search is underway as the Sûreté du Québec (SQ) ask for the public’s help in finding at least two men wanted in the incident.