MILAGRO

spanish for "miracle"
1. A marvellous event manifesting a supernatural act of a divine agent.

de l'espagnol pour "miracle", n.m.
1. Phénomène répute contraire aux lois de la nature et attribué à l'intervention divine.

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Martine Dans La Cuisine | In The Kitchen

December 5th, 2015 by Martine St-Victor

Alongside her friend and TV host Isabelle Racicot and Chef Louis-François Marcotte, Martine shared a favourite recipe on TVA’s popular Signé M Food show. Time in the kitchen? Yes, but don’t get use to it. ici.

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Recent campaigns :: Récentes signatures

March 13th, 2015 by Martine St-Victor

Our latest campaigns. Here. Nos plus récentes signatures. Ici.

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Christmas – Souvenirs

January 4th, 2015 by Martine St-Victor

The Montreal Gazette asked a few Montrealers to share memories of past favourite Christmas dinners. Alongside Mayor Denis Coderre, Québec Premier Philippe Couillard, Liberal Party Leader Justing Trudeau and influencer Na’eem Adam Martine recounted souvenirs of serious grubbing. Here. La Montréal Gazette a demandé à quelques Montrealais des souvenirs de leurs repas de Noël les [...]

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Loving Montréal.

July 1st, 2014 by Martine St-Victor

There’s so much to celebrate about the City. The Montreal Gazette asked Martine and other Montrealers such as Mayor Denis Coderre and comic Sugar Sammy about their take. here. La Montreal Gazette a demandé à Martine et à d’autres montréalais comme le Maire Denis Coderre et l’humouriste Sugar Sammy ceux qu’ils aimaient de leur ville. [...]

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Montréal En Lumière – Haïti

July 1st, 2014 by Martine St-Victor

MANDATES :: Instigator. Communication strategy. Public and Media Relations. Montréal en Lumière is, with its 900 000 visitors, one of the world’s biggest winter festivals. With is culinary chapter, it salutes each year cuisine from a chosen country, In 2014, that country was Haiti. CITIES :: Montréal. MEDIA COVERAGE :: Haiti’s participation through the media, [...]

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Tropicana, Unplugged.

December 28th, 2013 by Martine St-Victor

MANDATES :: Communication strategy. Public and Media Relations. The legendary music group Tropicana d’Haiti celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2013. The milestone was celebrated with much fanfare and various protocol activities. We thought they should do something different: an unplugged lunch-hour performance, smack-middle of downtown Montreal, smack middle of a shopping mall. Pow! CITY :: [...]

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Reminder From The Wise Men ::

August 25th, 2011 by Martine St-Victor

Everyone is a teacher. Never has this adage been truer than this week, for me at least. My teachers in recent days have been Jack Layton & Steve Jobs. Layton, a Canadian politician and chief of the official opposition, passed away a few days ago after a ferocious battle against cancer. Then yesterday, Apple’s architect [...]

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Boys Can Cry But Girls Cannot.

January 6th, 2011 by Martine St-Victor

I was never a particular big fan of former Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi.  I didn’t dislike her but I didn’t look up to her like I do a Kamala Harris or a Hillary Clinton.  Then, she lost her position at the last mid-term elections and I saw her for who she was: a [...]

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A Man Named Nobel And One Who Dares To Pursue The Dream.

October 10th, 2009 by Martine St-Victor

So many distracters. Is Peace supposed to bring out so much hate? I draw many comparisons between President Barack Obama and Martin Luther King because of their similar abilities to rally people, all people, behind the same ideals. When over 250 000 people gathered in 1963 for the march on Washington, they did so because [...]

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Telling It Like It Is.

October 4th, 2009 by Martine St-Victor

I haven’t posted in a while mostly because I’ve been commenting current events in 140 characters, or less, here: http://twitter.com/MartineMontreal . As a publicist and a as pop-cultural fiend, the last few weeks have been quite educational. So here, a “Cliff Notes” of sorts, of my thoughts of recent events: • Kanyé West at the [...]

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Hip Hop, Spike Lee & The Montreal Expos.

September 20th, 2009 by Martine St-Victor

http://www.nationalpost.com/story.html?id=2009588 Shared via AddThis

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I’ll Miss The Vibe.

July 1st, 2009 by Martine St-Victor

In a week marked by a heartbreaking loss in Pop Culture, here I am, mourning another staple. Vibe Magazine is no more. Founded by Quincy Jones in 1993, Vibe was the reference for the Hip, the Hop, the Rock, the Roll and the very cool. And, for a kid who could never get her Hip [...]

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Still In The Back of The Bus.

December 15th, 2008 by Martine St-Victor

The province of Quebec has much to teach to other nations about immigration. Its policies are not perfect but come pretty close compared to other provinces and countries. Blacks, in particular, have in my view and in my parents’ – who emigrated to Quebec over 40 years ago – been very well received in the [...]

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The Day the World Danced to a New Beat.

November 29th, 2008 by Martine St-Victor

Where were you on November 4th? Like the rest of us, you were probably crossing your fingers, holding your breath and pilling up cloves of garlic around your neck. In Montreal, the hot spot was Opus Hotel, where we held the “Cocktails & Obama” event. Pictures and videos are worth a thousand words – and [...]

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He’s Presidential. He’s a Rock Star. He’s What’s Next. Now Deal With It.

June 4th, 2008 by Martine St-Victor

I was one of the Obama supporters who didn’t want Hillary to drop out of the race before the magic delegate number was reached. I thought she had the right to remain in the race since after all, that was the democratic way. But last night, she displayed yet another dark side of her personality. [...]

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Get With The Program

May 6th, 2008 by Martine St-Victor

I don’t care who would be best apt to answer a bloody 3AM phone call. I don’t really care about the accuracy of a story which dates from years ago and which has no relevance on today’s current political landscape. I couldn’t care less about who used who’s private jet. What I do care about [...]

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From My Inner Tomboy

March 18th, 2008 by Martine St-Victor

I like Tiger Woods as much as the next person and I appreciate his athletic prowess, his discipline and the fact he can make grown men cry because of his greatness. I don’t like golf but watching him on the greens is like watching Kent Nagano conducting the Montreal Symphonic Orchestra. Pure magic, as he [...]

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I’m in StevieWonderland

October 25th, 2007 by Martine St-Victor

Today, I’m a kid in a candy store. In a few hours, I’ll be attending Stevie Wonder’s concert in Montreal. I grew up with Purple Rain and Thriller. Without Stevie Wonder, they wouldn’t exist. Stevie, the genius lyricist and man-of-all-trades on all his albums, is the man. His albums are road maps, wish lists, therapies [...]

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Revenge of The Nerds

October 22nd, 2007 by Martine St-Victor

Last week, former U.S. veep Al Gore received the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize. An Oscar nomination, a Golden Globe, a walk on La Croisette, Leo Di Caprio on his speed dial: Al Gore has made it.For many years, he was associated with stiffness and having a wife who didn’t enjoy Prince’s Purple Rain but now, [...]

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Really Fresh From the Oven

April 18th, 2007 by Martine St-Victor

Here is “Victorious”: Slim Williams’ new singlehttp://slim.baom.net/link/slimwListen and Groove to what will most likely be one of the Summer’s anthems.

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