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  • Sloppy defence, lack of finish prove costly for the Canadien...
    The bottom line: The Canadiens gave a valiant effort against a Florida Panthers lineup laden with NHL talent, but their inability to finish proved costly as they dropped a 5-2 decision Wednesday night at the Bell Centre. Montreal managed only one fluke goal before Nikita Scherbak scored late in the game… ... more
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  • It ain’t over: Quebec heritage group makes pitch to save P...
    One of Quebec’s leading historical groups is calling upon the city of Pointe-Claire to halt its plans to demolish the iconic Pioneer Bar. Clément Locat, head of heritage for the Fédération Histoire Québec (FHQ) is once again asking the city to walk back from its plan to tear down the… ... more
    MG -Local2 hours ago
  • Alleged West Island party palace prompts bylaw changes targe...
    When you think of booking an Airbnb, you think London, Rome or Paris or, closer to home, Old Montreal. Pierrefonds-Roxboro would probably not top your list of tourist destinations. Yet at least one Airbnb in the borough had neighbours complaining to the mayor. Mayor Jim Beis and council are poised… ... more
    MG -Local3 hours ago
  • Cyclist in critical condition after collision with car in Mo...
    A 24-year-old cyclist remained in critical condition on Wednesday night after a collision with a car on Hébert Ave. in Montreal North in the afternoon. The cyclist was riding north on the sidewalk on the east side of the street when a car that was also heading north on Hébert… ... more
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  • Pedestrian dies after being struck by car in Montreal North ...
    An 80-year-old pedestrian who was struck by a car at a crosswalk in Montreal North on Tuesday has died. She died in hospital of her injuries on Wednesday, becoming the 21st collision fatality on the island this year, Montreal police spokesperson Officer Benoit Boisselle said. Fifteen of the 21 people who… ... more
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  • Thousands of runners to converge on downtown Montreal this w...
    For the first time since the city began hosting a marathon, downtown will serve as the start and finish line for 25,000 runners who are expected at the 28th edition of the Oasis International Marathon de Montréal this weekend. The new venue for the two-day event, which features a half-marathon… ... more
    MG -Local4 hours ago
  • #ICYMI: CAQ intent on raising toking age, Montreal marathons...
    In Case You Missed It (#ICYMI) is a daily feature highlighting news in and around Montreal. The CAQ presented, or rather, reiterated the party’s #cannabis platform Wednesday, saying, if elected, it will raise the minimum toking age to 21, outlaw toking in public, and stand behind owners’ bans in apartment and condominium buildings.… ... more
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  • Quebec election: Hivon is an indispensable foil for PQ leade...
    Minutes before the most important debate of his career, Jean-François Lisée looked down at a list of handwritten instructions. They read as follows: “Calm/Zen, Engaged/Invested, Worried for the well being of people, Kind but not flippant, Statesman, Never aggressive, Go!” If the Parti Québécois leader wasn’t the clear winner of… ... more
    MG -Local5 hours ago
  • Quebec election blog Sept. 19: Who’s running? Candidates t...
    If you’re viewing this on the Montreal Gazette app, click here and scroll to the bottom of the page. If you’re viewing this in a mobile browser, scroll down to the bottom of the page to see the blog. This was our live blog about the Quebec election for Wednesday,… ... more
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  • Inuk woman’s killer faces sentencing after several del...
    Nellie Angutiguluk remained in a relationship with Kwasi Benjamin for more than a year before he killed her even though he had tried to end her life before. “He tried to kill me. He wanted to kill me,” Angutiguluk told Montreal police Constable Jean-Philippe Tseng-Valiquette on Jan. 4, 2014, when… ... more
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  • Bus carrying at least 30 passengers crashes into tree in LaS...
    Several people were taken to a hospital following a bus crash in LaSalle on Tuesday night. Around 8 p.m., the bus, which was carrying at least 30 passengers from downtown to Châteauguay, crashed into a tree on Newman Blvd. near Hachez St. after swerving to avoid rear-ending a car that… ... more
    MG -Local1 day ago
  • Quebec election: Couillard lambastes Legault in board of tra...
    Philippe Couillard remained on the offensive Tuesday, criticizing Coalition Avenir Québec Leader François Legault throughout the day and comparing his opponent’s immigration policies to 2014’s controversial Charter of Values. After delivering a speech to the Board of Trade of Metropolitan Montreal — in which he alluded to Legault as sloppy and confused… ... more
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  • #ICYMI: Potholes, pot squads, and more news
    In Case You Missed It (#ICYMI) is a daily feature highlighting news in and around Montreal. The Montreal inspector general’s office has put a face on the city’s pothole problem: construction site supervisors who are tolerating improper work done by road and sidewalk firms, reports Linda Gyulai of the Montreal Gazette.… ... more
    MG -Local1 day ago
  • Quebec election notebook: Did François Legault say it or di...
    Did he say it or didn’t he? A former political reporter says François Legault once told a crowd that he “hated” anglophones. Legault denies it. Graham Fraser attributes the quote to Legault in an article about the Quebec election in the latest issue of Policy Magazine. In it, Fraser, who worked… ... more
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  • Tour operator Transat donates $500,000 to Le Devoir
    Readers of Le Devoir will see more international news in its pages thanks to a $500,000 grant from tour operator Transat. The tourism company will give the French-language newspaper $100,000 annually for five years through a journalism fund the company is setting up. The money will help pay for travel… ... more
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  • Quebec election notebook: Did François Legault say it or di...
    Did he say it or didn’t he? A former political reporter says François Legault once told a crowd that he “hated” anglophones. Legault denies it. Graham Fraser attributes the quote to Legault in an article about the Quebec election in the latest issue of Policy Magazine. In it, Fraser, who worked… ... more
    MG -Local1 day ago
  • Quebec election: First Nations want to help fill labour shor...
    What if politicians looked to First Nations as an asset to Quebec’s economy? Since the beginning of the provincial election campaign last month, Chief Ghislain Picard has been dogging Quebec’s party leaders with that question. While the province is aging itself out of the labour market, there aren’t enough skilled… ... more
    MG -Local1 day ago
  • Watch: After the English-language debate, what’s your ...
    Some Montrealers are giving Parti Québécois Leader Jean-François Lisée good reviews for his performance in Monday’s historic #Quebec2018 English-language debate. Montreal Gazette photographer Pierre Obendrauf files this video streeter on public reaction.   ... more
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  • 18 months for contractor after death of worker in Lachine co...
    A sentence of 18 months has been handed down to a contractor who was found guilty of manslaughter earlier this year for the death of an employee buried by a collapse during work on a sewer line. Quebec Court Judge Pierre Dupras delivered his decision, considered to be a precedent… ... more
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  • Police urge motorists to avoid Papineau Ave. after truck hit...
    Montreal police are urging motorists to avoid Papineau Ave. in Rosemont–La Petite-Patrie borough during Tuesday evening rush hour after a southbound truck collided with an overpass crossing Papineau near Rosemont Blvd. around 4:30 p.m. The police issued a warning after 5 p.m. on social media to avoid the area. Papineau… ... more
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  • Mounties seize cocaine in Valleyfield destined for Toronto, ...
    A rare seizure of a large quantity of what is believed to be cocaine at the Port of Valleyfield has landed a pair of men, one from the Philippines and the other from Toronto, behind bars following an investigation by the RCMP and Canada Border Services Agency. “It is a… ... more
    MG -Local1 day ago
  • Pedestrian in critical condition after being hit by car in M...
    A woman is in critical condition in a hospital after being struck by a car at an intersection in Montreal North. The accident happened at 12:50 p.m. at the corner of Renoir St. and Désy Ave., said Montreal police Constable Jean-Pierre Brabant. A motorist was driving westbound on Renoir St.… ... more
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  • Quebec election: PQ will ‘eliminate’ daycare wai...
    REPENTIGNY — A Parti Québécois government would open up an additional 26,800 spots in subsidized daycares across the province during its first mandate. That’s what PQ leader Jean-François Lisée says it will take to wipe out the waiting list for families who want affordable child care. “There’s a historic aspect… ... more
    MG -Local1 day ago
  • LIVE – Quebec election: François Legault denies he once s...
    If you’re viewing this on the Montreal Gazette app, click here to read the blog. If you’re viewing this in a mobile browser, scroll down to the bottom of the page to see the blog. This is our live blog about the Quebec election for Tuesday, Sept. 18. It will… ... more
    MG -Local1 day ago
  • Quebec election: Legault botches bilingual New Brunswick que...
    Coalition Avenir Québec Leader François Legault was quizzed once again on basic Canadian trivia Tuesday, and did not pass the test. Asked by journalists during a news conference how many of Canada’s provinces are bilingual, Legault  responded: “I don’t want to enter into those questions. For Quebec, French is the… ... more
    MG -Local1 day ago
  • Break-ins spike in Kirkland and police ask residents for the...
    Montreal Police from Station 1 are asking Kirkland residents to be extra vigilant due to a recent spike in break-ins. Police are investigating and adding patrols and officers will visit the homes of victims of break-ins to offer advice on ways to better secure the home. Residents are asked to… ... more
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  • Kramberger: West Islanders have ample election options
    It’s official. The final list of candidates for the Quebec elections has been posted as of Saturday. West Island and Off-Island voters have a combined total of 51 candidates representing at least seven and up to 10 political parties per riding. A couple of local ridings have an independent candidate… ... more
    MG -Local2 days ago
  • LIVE – Quebec election: François Legault denies he once s...
    If you’re viewing this on the Montreal Gazette app, click here to read the blog. If you’re viewing this in a mobile browser, scroll down to the bottom of the page to see the blog. This is our live blog about the Quebec election for Tuesday, Sept. 18. It will… ... more
    MG -Local2 days ago
  • Sûreté du Québec sets up cannabis contraband squad
    The Sûreté du Québec will assign more than 50 officers to a squad created to suppress whatever black market exists after the legalization of cannabis in Canada on Oct. 17. Dubbed ACCES Cannabis (ACCES being a French acronym for “co-ordinated action against the underground economy”), the new squad will echo… ... more
    MG -Local2 days ago
  • Sherbrooke to adopt severe restrictions on cannabis use
    The city of Sherbrooke intends to adopt a bylaw that will severely restrict where cannabis can be consumed on its territory once legalization goes into effect on Oct. 17. Council is contemplating a ban on cannabis in all public municipal installations, all streets, alleyways, dog runs, pedestrian tunnels, sidewalks and… ... more
    MG -Local2 days ago
  • West Island community calendar for the week of Sept. 19
    Galleries and exhibitions Kirkland Library, 17100 Hymus Blvd., presents an exhibit of paintings by Andrea Lavoie until Sept. 29. Call 514-630-2726, local 3216. Stewart Hall Art Gallery, 176 Lakeshore Rd. in Pointe-Claire, presents the exhibition Trajectoires. Continues until Oct. 14. Call 514-630-1220. Montreal Aviation Museum on McGill University’s Macdonald campus, 21111… ... more
    MG -Local2 days ago
  • Quebec election: Independent candidate’s poster riddle...
    An independent candidate running in the Quebec City riding of Jean-Talon has filed a complaint with local police after one of his campaign posters was vandalized. The poster was riddled with bullets, likely fired by an airgun, said Ali Dahan, who is a candidate in the Oct. 1 provincial election.… ... more
    MG -Local2 days ago
  • Quebec election: PQ will ‘eliminate’ daycare wai...
    REPENTIGNY — A Parti Québécois government would open up an additional 26,800 spots in subsidized daycares across the province during its first mandate. That’s what PQ leader Jean-François Lisée says it will take to wipe out the waiting list for families who want affordable child care. “There’s a historic aspect… ... more
    MG -Local2 days ago
  • Quebec restaurant combatting drunk driving with free poutine...
    A restaurateur in Boisbriand has found a new way to encourage Quebecers to take a cab home if they’ve had too much to drink: free poutine. La Belle et La Boeuf Burger Bar posted an image on Facebook of a letter thanking the driver of a car parked in their… ... more
    MG -Local2 days ago
  • Four-alarm fire snarls St-Denis traffic in Plateau-Mont-Roya...
    A four-alarm fire jammed traffic and temporarily stalled métro service on the Orange Line early Tuesday as more than 100 firefighters were deployed to battle a blaze in an apparently empty building on St-Denis St. near Cherrier St. The fire broke out at 4 a.m. and forced the evacuation of… ... more
    MG -Local2 days ago
  • More Quebec immigrants are finding jobs and staying here: st...
    Even as the question of Quebec immigration dominates the provincial election campaign, a study made public Tuesday suggests that a growing number of immigrants are entering the Quebec workforce and staying here rather than moving to another province. A study by the Institut du Québec shows that the overall unemployment… ... more
    MG -Local2 days ago
  • Mounties seize cocaine in Valleyfield destined for Toronto, ...
    The RCMP believes that more than 80 kilograms of cocaine seized off a ship at the port in Valleyfield last weekend was destined for Toronto and Vancouver. According to a statement issued by the Mounties, a shipment 81 kilos of what they suspect was cocaine was found inside the hold… ... more
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  • Lost music of the gods a Canadian first for Lakeshore Light ...
    Even the gods get tired. Lakeshore Light Opera is holding auditions for a little-known Gilbert & Sullivan comic opera called Thespis, which tells the tale of the aging gods on Mount Olympus, who decide they are in bad need of a vacation. They can’t leave the world in the lurch,… ... more
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  • While you were sleeping: Driving lesson ends with car in swi...
    Here’s what happened while you were enjoying some pillow time. Immigration and language issues were the twin focuses of Quebec’s first televised English leaders’ debate. The four party leaders were reminded of how offended the English-speaking community was over their decision to unanimously pass the Bonjour-Hi resolution in the National Assembly in November… ... more
    MG -Local2 days ago
  • Quebec election: A look at the West Island’s Québec s...
    Québec solidaire is a self-described “sovereignist, green, alter-globalizationist and feminist” party. Four Québec solidaire candidates are currently campaigning in West Island ridings which have maintained staunch Liberal roots for decades. In the 2014 election, Québec solidaire received 3.2 per cent of the total vote in the three West Island ridings… ... more
    MG -Local2 days ago
  • Proposed Pincourt development draws protest
    A group of citizens fighting to protect a four-hectare wooded area in Pincourt from being cleared for a new housing project say the town isn’t doing enough to study the impact of developing one of the last remaining pockets of forest and wetland on the island. Place Pierre Brunet, a privately… ... more
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  • Bones, brains, bladders: McGill opens body parts museum to t...
    Rick Fraser spends his days surrounded by dead things: bones, brains, bowels, bladders, among an array of scads of well-preserved body parts. “But death is such a big part of life,” says the beaming MUHC pathologist and McGill University medical school pathology professor. “And I like to think of myself… ... more
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  • Montreal weather: Warm and humid again
    The late-summer heatwave continues Tuesday. Environment Canada predicts it will be mainly cloudy with a 30-per-cent chance of showers and a high of 27. The humidex will be 33, with a UV index of 5 or moderate. Tonight: Expect clearing with a low of 14. Don’t forget to… ... more
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  • Sunshine Residence to open in DDO bungalow
    A suburban residence in Dollard-des-Ormeaux will soon become the new home to those living with mental health issues. The seven-room bungalow, called Sunshine Residence, will provide short-to-medium transitional housing in the West Island beginning Oct. 1. The West Island Citizen Advocacy (WICA) announced the social housing project in partnership with… ... more
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  • Montreal inspector general says construction supervisors are...
    The Montreal inspector general’s office has put a face on the city’s pothole problem: construction site supervisors who are tolerating improper work done by road and sidewalk firms. In a 29-page report tabled in city council on Monday, the inspector general’s office takes issue with the performance of engineers who… ... more
    MG -Local2 days ago
  • Quebec election: Fact-checking the English leaders’ de...
    Journalists from all six of the media organizations that formed a consortium to hold Monday night’s historic English debate fact-checked several of the statements made by the party leaders. Here’s what they found: Fact-checkers Giordano Cescutti (GC) is a video journalist with CityNews Montreal. Sarah Deshaies (SD) is producer of the… ... more
    MG -Local2 days ago
  • #ICYMI: Simons apologizes, Plante on immigrants, debate, mor...
    In Case You Missed It (#ICYMI) is a daily feature highlighting news in and around Montreal. Simons clothing store has issued a formal public apology — with a special appeal to former chief justice of Canada Beverley McLachlin — for its recent promotional campaign to sell bras named after important women… ... more
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  • Man shot during altercation in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu
    A man in his 30s was recovering in hospital Monday morning after being shot during an apparent altercation in a residence in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu Sunday evening. The incident occurred at 7 p.m. in a residence on Collin St. near St-Jacques St. The suspects, who apparently entered the victim’s home, had fled… ... more
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  • Renegade MPs to return to Bloc Québécois caucus
    OTTAWA — The Bloc is back. The final holdouts from the Bloc Quebecois rejoined the sovereigntist party Monday as Parliament resumed from its summer recess. All 10 of the Bloc MPs elected in 2015 are now back in the fold after leadership turmoil split them apart earlier this year. “Are… ... more
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  • Quebec election: Stream the first televised English leaders&...
    The day is finally upon us. The first-ever televised English-language debate between the leaders of Quebec’s major parties starts at 5:30 p.m. Organized by a consortium of Montreal English media outlets, you can watch the debate farther up this page or by clicking on this link. A team of… ... more
    MG -Local2 days ago
  • Watch: What makes Jean-François Lisée tick?
    The Parti Québécois may be languishing third in the polls and its raison d’être — making Quebec a sovereign nation — is less popular than it’s been in a generation, but you wouldn’t know that by watching Jean-Francçois Lisée. While his rivals labour through carefully scripted talking points, the 60-year-old is part… ... more
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  • Quebec election: Liberals promise more money to buy electric...
    The Quebec Liberal Party wants to add more electric cars to the road by offering Quebecers an extra $1,000 rebate to buy one, Leader Philippe Couillard announced Monday morning. The additions would bring the total rebate available in Quebec for buying electric cars to $9,000. The rebate is only available… ... more
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  • Quebec election: Lower immigration would hurt Montreal, Plan...
    Having fewer immigrants entering Montreal each year would be a problem for the city, Mayor Valérie Plante says. Plante made the comments on Monday during a provincial election campaign that in recent weeks has been dominated by the question of Quebec immigration levels. “Yes,” Plante said when asked if having fewer… ... more
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  • Free legal advice lectures for Pincourt residents
    The city of Pincourt is offering some free legal advice to local residents this fall. A series of lectures about various legal issues will be given, in French and English, by notary and legal adviser Myriam Léger. Topics covered include the importance of writing a will, how to settle a… ... more
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  • Simons sorry for ‘poor taste’ bra campaign, apol...
    Simons clothing store has issued a formal public apology — with a special appeal to former chief justice of Canada Beverley McLachlin — for its recent promotional campaign to sell bras named after important women in Canadian history, including the “Beverley bralette.” Calling the campaign in “poor taste,” Peter Simons,… ... more
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  • Construction begins for REM station on McGill College Ave.
    Motorists and pedestrians will not be able to use the east side of McGill College Ave. over the next four months because construction has begun for the Réseau express métropolitain McGill station. Workers must relocate infrastructure for public utilities and municipal services between de Maisonneuve Blvd. and Ste-Catherine St. The work will… ... more
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  • ‘The boss here is me’: Judge faces possible repr...
    A Quebec Court judge found himself before a panel of his peers who will determine if he was out of line when he yelled at a prison guard during a hearing at the Montreal courthouse last year. Judge Jean-Paul Braun, who retired this year, appeared before the Conseil de la… ... more
    MG -Local2 days ago
  • Quebec election: Legault is an expert on immigration, Granby...
    SAINT-SAUVEUR — The day after Coalition Avenir Québec Leader François Legault erred repeatedly over two successive days on basic questions about Canada’s immigration laws, his candidate in the riding of Granby declared him an “expert” on citizenship regulations. “Of course Mr. Legault is an expert on immigration,” said François Bonnardel.… ... more
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  • Quebec election: PQ ‘Made in Quebec’ message der...
    As the Parti-Québécois presented its economic policy Monday morning that centred on a “Made in Quebec” label, Leader Jean-François Lisée once again had to sidestep questions about embattled Mercier candidate Michelle Blanc. On Sunday, Blanc turned down an invitation to be an honorary co-president of the annual gala by LGBTQ+… ... more
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  • Driver, 82, in critical condition after SUV, truck collide i...
    An 82-year-old man was in critical condition Monday morning after the SUV he was driving collided with a tractor-trailer at the corner of Pascale Gagnon St. and Des Grandes Prairies Blvd. in the borough of St-Léonard. The accident happened at 9:50 a.m. Witnesses interviewed by police say the collision occurred… ... more
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  • Quebec election: Québec solidaire vows to clean up corrupti...
    Québec solidaire promises to take steps to clean up corruption in the province if the party is elected on Oct. 1. The party says it would change the way the leaders of Quebec’s anti-corruption unit and the Sûreté du Québec are selected. Within the first 100 days of a mandate,… ... more
    MG -Local3 days ago
  • Montreal authors well represented on Giller Prize long list
    ST. JOHN’S, N.L. — Novelists Esi Edugyan and Patrick DeWitt are among the familiar names on this year’s Scotiabank Giller Prize long list. Michael Redhill, last year’s winner, announced the contenders at a ceremony Monday in St. John’s, N.L. The prize awards $100,000 to the winner and $10,000 to the… ... more
    MG -Local3 days ago
  • Quebec election: Fewer immigrants in Montreal would be a ...
    MONTREAL — Having fewer immigrants entering Montreal each year would be a problem for the city, Mayor Valérie Plante said Monday morning. Plante made the comments in the middle of a provincial election campaign that has been dominated by the question of Quebec immigration levels in recent weeks. “Yes,” Plante… ... more
    MG -Local3 days ago
  • Quebec election: Bring cochlear-implant surgery to Montreal,...
    With the support of Montreal Mayor Valérie Plante, a coalition of parents and medical specialists is urging the four main political parties campaigning before the Oct. 1 provincial vote to commit to establishing cochlear-implant surgery in Montreal. At present, Montreal-area residents who are deaf or who suffer from profound hearing… ... more
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  • Quebec election: CAQ pledges $5 million for Alzheimer’...
    SAINT-SAUVEUR — Coalition Avenir Québec says it will increase provincial funding into Alzheimer’s research by $5 million a year, and reopen the debate on advanced consent for medically assisted deaths for those suffering from Alzheimer’s and related diseases. CAQ candidates Marguerite Blais and François Bonnardel made the announcements in St-Sauveur… ... more
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  • Cops arrest 6 teens, 1 adult in connection with rash of arso...
    Laval police have arrested seven suspects between the ages of 15 and 18 in connection with a series of fires they contend caused more than $375,000 in damages since last May. The suspects were arrested last Thursday and police allege the fires and vandalism targeted parks and other public spaces… ... more
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  • Quebec fall forecast: Less roller-coaster, more Sunday strol...
    Canadians can expect to enjoy a full fall season with a steady transition to winter over the next two months, The Weather Network forecasts. The network is predicting that winter won’t come early this year and that Canadians will get to experience an overall mild fall from now until the… ... more
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  • While you were sleeping: Bumper crop of squirrels drives far...
    Here’s what happened while you were enjoying some well-deserved rest. A man in his 30s lost his life in St-Placide in the Laurentians, presumably after falling asleep at the wheel. Police were informed by a passerby shortly of a vehicle overturned in a field on Highway 344. Emergency responders declared the 35-year-old… ... more
    MG -Local3 days ago
  • Repeat sex offender Robert Laramée to remain at Montreal ha...
    A Montreal man with a long record of sexually abusing women and girls has been ordered to spend another year in a halfway house as a means to control the risk he represents of reoffending. The Parole Board of Canada made the decision last week requiring that Robert Laramée, 55,… ... more
    MG -Local3 days ago
  • Renegade MPs to return to Bloc Québécois caucus
    The five Bloc Québécois MPs who quit the party caucus last February are to announce their return to the fold on Monday, the Presse Canadienne has learned. The announcement is expected to be made by interim party leader Mario Beaulieu and party co-founder Louis Plamondon at 10 a.m. Details of the… ... more
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