Campeau was a hard-driving Franco-Ontarian wheeler-dealer who once bestrode a corporate empire with holdings of more than $10-billion
Jun 17, 2017
A portrait of the so-called ‘Secretary of Everything’ is starting to emerge
May 27, 2017
How we got here – and what’s likely to happen next.
May 06, 2017
Ruling also references ‘sound lack of judgment’ on part of dismissed commissioner Raj Shoan, who says he now plans to step back into former position
Apr 29, 2017
Ambassador Lu Shaye voiced hope that a trade agreement could be expedited between the two countries in light of ‘a more complicated global picture’
Apr 27, 2017
Teams don’t win Cups hewing to the demands of hot-blooded fans, but what if the armchair GMs are right this time as Carey Price’s free agency looms?
Apr 23, 2017
Inability to score cost Montreal in losing four games to two to the New York Rangers
Apr 22, 2017
Rookie Lehkonen is not a big man, but he is smart, dogged and ‘shakes hands like he’s six-four’
Apr 21, 2017
Series returns to the Big Apple on Saturday where the Habs’ immediate and long-term futures could be decided
Apr 20, 2017
Coach insists Montreal captain playing well, despite lack of offensive production
Apr 19, 2017
Sean Gordon joined the Globe's Quebec bureau in 2008 and covers the Canadiens, Alouettes and Impact, as well as Quebec's contingent of Olympic athletes. A native of Ottawa, he is a graduate of McGill University and the University of Regina, and in nearly two decades of newspaper journalism has covered crime and the courts in Calgary and Regina, as well as politics in Edmonton, Quebec City, and Ottawa. He also reported on George W. Bush's White House and from far-flung places like the jungles of Borneo and the southern coast of Haiti. He covered the Montreal Expos in the early Oughts but prefers not to talk about it.