Monday Calendar: Oct. 24-30, 2016
Monday, Oct. 24
Montreal holds its regular monthly council meeting.
A federal byelection is held in the Alberta riding of Medicine Hat—Cardston—Warner to replace Conservative MP Jim Hillyer, who died in March.
The Canadiens play the Philadelphia Flyers (including former teammate Dale Weise) at the Bell Centre at 7:30 p.m. (SNE, RDS).
Tuesday, Oct. 25
The National Basketball Association begins its regular season.
The best-of-seven World Series of baseball begins, with the Chicago Cubs playing in Cleveland at 8 p.m. It’s the first World Series for the Cubs in 71 years, and they’re hoping for their first win since 1908.
The stage show Lennon: Through A Glass Onion comes to Montreal with a show at Club Soda.
Mohawk Girls, the comedy series set in Kahnawake, begins its fourth season on APTN.
Wednesday, Oct. 26
Major League Soccer begins its playoff knockout round. The Impact plays D.C. United tomorrow at 7:30 in Washington.
The Canadiens play the Islanders in New York at 7 p.m. (SN1, RDS).
The World Series plays Game 2 in Cleveland at 8 p.m.
Thursday, Oct. 27
The World Golf Championships HSBC Champions tournament begins in Shanghai.
The Canadiens play the Tampa Bay Lightning at the Bell Centre at 7:30 p.m. (SN360, RDS).
Friday, Oct. 28
Inferno, starring Tom Hanks, is the big movie opening in theatres.
A state memorial is held in Calgary for Jim Prentice, the former federal cabinet minister and Alberta premier.
The World Series plays Game 3 in Chicago at 8 p.m.
The bands Chicago and Earth, Wind & Fire perform together at the Bell Centre.
Saturday, Oct. 29
A Soyuz capsule containing astronauts Kate Rubins, Takuya Onishi and Anatoli Ivanishin is expected to return to Earth from the International Space Station.
Iceland holds general parliamentary elections.
The Festival du monde arabe de Montréal begins, with events until Nov. 13.
Montreal fans can get their first glimpse of Auston Matthews as the Maple Leafs play the Canadiens at the Bell Centre at 7 p.m. (CBC, City, TVA Sports).
Tegan and Sara perform at Metropolis.
The World Series plays Game 4 in Chicago at 8 p.m.
Sunday, Oct. 30
Citizens of Côte d’Ivoire vote on a new constitution to establish a new senate and vice president position.
Moldova holds a presidential election.
The WTA Finals women’s tennis tournament in Singapore ends with the championship final.
The Mexican Grand Prix Formula One race is today.
The Alouettes play their final home game of the season against the top-ranked Calgary Stampeders at Molson Stadium at 1 p.m.
Major League Soccer holds the first leg of its conference semifinals.
If necessary, Game 5 of the World Series is played in Chicago at 8 p.m.
Quebec’s music artists are honoured during the Gala de l’ADISQ, hosted by Louis-José Houde and broadcast live on Radio-Canada télé.