Here are some of the top stories you might have missed today on the Gazette’s website.Believing in GodA new poll showed that Quebecers are the least likely in Canada to say that they believe in God or attend religious services. Full story here.OsheagaIf you’re headed to Osheaga 2019, here are seven acts that you need to see while at Parc Jean-Drapeau throughout the three-day festival. Full story here.ACAs the heat continues over Montreal this summer, couples are finding themselves tasked with a serious debate as their differences come to light: how should they set their air conditioning? Full story here.Oka CrisisResidents from both Oka and Kanesatake are both calling for calm in order to avoid another possible conflict. Full story here.“The current problem is on two levels. The first can be summarized as government neglect, especially that of the federal government. Many have said over the past few days that the issue regarding the status of the territories of Kanesatake should have been resolved a long time ago. I agree with them. On a second level there is the general lack of knowledge and misconceptions about our reality, our history and our rights. This lack of knowledge is particularly obvious in the remarks by the mayor of Oka, who uses colonial language to oppose the necessary retrocession of our lands.” Full column here.Data Breach“Desjardins advises to register with Equifax, whose services it has retained to protect customers from fraudulent transactions. Considering Equifax’s own abysmal record in keeping their customers’ information safe — they were fined US $700 million just last week for that reason — it’s hard not to be cynical about Desjardins’s “I feel reassured” ad campaign currently running in French and in English.” Full column here.CanadiensBrendan Kelly questions if the Canadiens, who have missed the playoffs the last two seasons, are similar to the old Toronto Maple Leafs that Montrealers used to ridicule. Full column here.WantedTake a look at the path that’s been reported in following Kam McLeod and Bryer Schmegelsky, who are suspected of murdering a tourist couple and a UBC professor. Full story here.PoliceÉric Locas has been suspended for 20 days without pay by the Quebec police ethics committee, marking the eighth time he’s been sanctioned. Full story here.