Firefighters battle a blaze at a public works building in Ville St Laurent, Wednesday June 15, 2016. The cause if the fire is being investigated. (Phil Carpenter/MONTREAL GAZETTE)
A member of the Royal Canadian Navy stands in the cold on sentry duty during a Remembrance Day ceremony at Mc Gill University in Montreal, Sunday November 11, 2012. Ceremonies were held across the country and in various parts of the British Commonwealth to honour soldiers who perished in both World Wars and other conflicts since then. ( Phil Carpenter/ THE GAZETTE).
Late Cuban president Fidel Castro, right, looks at former U.S. president Jimmy Carter, at the funeral service for Pierre Elliot Trudeau in Montreal. AGENCE FRANCE PRESSE.
Montreal police use a small table to carry out a victim after a shooting incident at Dawson College in Montreal Wednesday September 13th 2006. THE GAZETTE/Phil Carpenter.
Sixteen year-olds Alexia Castelli (L) and Gabriella Contardi pay their respects at a makeshift memorial at Dawson College, Saturday September 16, 2006, three days after a fatal shooting in which the gunman and at last one student were killed. Two other victims remain in critical condition in hospital(THE GAZETTE/Phil Carpenter).
A protester pelts riot police with rocks during violent demonstrations at the Summit of the Americas in Quebec City, April 22, 2001. Phil Carpenter/Sipa Press for Newsweek.
Pedestrians watch a man lay bleeding to death in front of the Grand cemetiÈre de Port a Prince, after being shot by police, according to bystanders, in Port au Prince, Haiti, Sunday January 17, 2010, five days after a magnitude 7 earthquake that hit the country. People are reporting hearing gunshots at night and concerns are being raised about security since the earthquake destroyed the jails setting free thousands of inmates. THE GAZETTE/Phil Carpenter.
A Haitian policeman aims his shotgun at a suspected looter in downtown Port-au-Prince, Haiti January 20, 2010, eight days after a magnitude 7 earthquake that hit the country. Looting and security are a main concern as food and essential item shortages continue. (THE GAZETTE/Phil Carpenter)
Pedestrians covering their nose from the stench of rotting human corpses walk on a street in downtown Port au Prince, Haiti, Wednesday January 120, 2009, eight days after a magnitude 7 earthquake that hit the country. Looting and security are a main concern as food and essential item shortages continue. THE GAZETTE/Phil Carpenter.
A woman and a baby suffering from a burn wait to be treated in the operating room of a field hospital in Leogane near Port au Prince, Haiti, Thursday January 21, 2009, nine days after a magnitude 7 earthquake that hit the country. The hospital is staffed by Canadian Forces members and civilians from across the country. (THE GAZETTE/Phil Carpenter).
Lusici Palanka - 02/22/02 Unidentified children of Lusici Palanka in North West Bosnia, eye a Canadian soldier who is delivering aid supplies. The mainly Bosniak village was one of the worst hit during the war against Serb forces the early 1990's. Serbs used the area as a rest and recreation area for their own troops. Many of the men were killed while the women were spared and used as sex slaves. The Gazette/Phil Carpenter.
Dusan Zoric in stands if front of his bullet-riddled house in Lucici Palanka, February 22, 2002. The mainly Bosniak village was one of the worst hit during the war against Serb forces the early 1990's. Serbs used the area as a rest and recreation area for their own troops. Many of the men were killed while the women were spared and used as sex slaves. The Gazette/Phil Carpenter.
Montreal Impact Mauricio Vincello talks with referee Mike Connolly as Seattle Sounders Andrew Gregor looks at his groin, following a tackle during first half of regular season soccer action against at the Claude Robillard stadium. (The Gazette/Phil Carpenter).
Spain's Rafael Nadal returns a shot against American veteran Andre Agassi, during the finals of the Roger's Cup tennis tournament at the Jarry Tennis Centre. The Gazette/Phil Carpenter.
British Mc Laren Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton drives around a groundhog on the track during the afternoon Formula 1 free practice, Friday June 06/08, at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve. (THE GAZETTE/Phil Carpenter).
A model dressed as Chewbacca from the Star Wars movie, jokes with a news photographer during a photo-op with the movie cast and director, at the Red Bull team pit area in Monaco for the 63rd Grand Prix de Monaco. The only street race on the Formula One Grand Prix circuit since 1929, the Monaco race is known as the most glamorous where movie stars, celebrities and the well-heeled gather, often at great expense, to watch the race up close. (Gazette/Phil Carpenter).
Mercedes Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton drives during Grand Prix morning practice at the Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve in Montreal, Friday, June 6, 2014, ahead of the race on Sunday June 8. Hamilton posted the fastest time of the day in the afternoon practice. (Phil Carpenter / THE GAZETTE)
Montreal Canadiens Maxime Lapierre is upended after colliding with New York Islanders Tim Jackman during first period NHL hockey action at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Thursday October 22, 2009. (THE GAZETTE/Phil Carpenter)
Montreal Canadiens Travis Moen leaps over New York Islanders John Tavares during second period NHL hockey action at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Thursday October 22, 2009. (THE GAZETTE/Phil Carpenter)
Montreal Canadiens Matt D'Agostini falls to the ice after colliding with Panthers' Rostislav Olesz (R) and Bryan Allen during third period NHL hockey action at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Thursday January 07, 2010. The Canadiens won 3-0. (THE GAZETTE/Phil Carpenter)
Montreal Canadiens defenceman P.K. Subban smiles during an announcement that he is to donate $10 million over 7 years to the Montreal Children's Hospital foundation, in an atrium at the hospital which bears his name, in Montreal, Wednesday September 16, 2015. It's the largest philanthropic contribution by a sports figure in Canadian history. (Phil Carpenter / MONTREAL GAZETTE)
Italian Actor and comedian Roberto Benigni kisses an effigy of himself, Tuesday June 2, 2009, durIng a press conference at the Opus Hotel in Montreal, to promote his upcoming Just For Laughs show. (THE GAZETTE/Phil Carpenter)