It's official. The Osheaga 2014 lineup is out! The only problem is... it's not actually spelled out.
Astute music fans won't have any problem figuring this little visual riddle though. Can you spot the clues in the above mural?
Organizers are giving everyone until 11:59 p.m. on Monday, March 10, 2014 to figure out who will be on stage this August 1 to August 3, 2014 at Parc Jean-Drapeau, and with any luck, you might just get in free.
Try to guess as many acts as you can from looking at the mural and you'll be entered in a draw to win a couple of Osheaga 2014 passes. And if your guesses are so spot on that you make the top 10, you might also win the mural, in the form of a silkscreen print.
How many can you guess right? Here are the ones I spotted.
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It's official. Quebecers are going to the polls again this April 7, 2014 with current Quebec Premier Pauline Marois calling a provincial election earlier today.
Speculation has been rife for weeks, if not months that Marois would call a general provincial election this spring. The last time Quebecers voted in a provincial election was on September 4, 2012 when then Premier Jean Charest called Quebec's 40th General Election after months of student uprisings over his administration's proposed postsecondary tuition hikes.
Pauline Marois' Parti Québécois subsequently won a minority government.
This election represents Quebec's fifth one in 11 years.
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