Volunteer scuba divers embark on underwater cleanup expedition of the St. Lawrence – Montreal

One year to the day, the woman dubbed the Mermaid of the St. Lawrence Seaway — after having completed a two-day underwater expedition from

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New director will ‘turn the page’ on Quebec’s anti-corruption unit scandals: Legault – Montreal

Quebec Premier François Legault said naming a new director of the province’s anti-corruption unit, UPAC, will mean the organization can “turn the page.” UPAC

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Laval car chase leaves five police officers injured – Montreal

A police chase involving six police cars ended in an crash near in Vimont, Laval Friday night. Police say five officers were injured, two

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Patient ordered to pay close to $10,000 for threatening an Arabic hospital worker – Montreal

The Quebec Human Rights Tribunal has sentenced a patient to pay $9,500 in moral and punitive damages for discriminating against a health care worker.

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Former Montreal Liberal candidate Hassan Guillet ‘completely shocked’ by accusations

Former Liberal candidate Hassan Guillet said Saturday he was “completely shocked” by the party’s decision to revoke his candidacy three months after winning the

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Frustrated Verdun, Côte-des-Neiges tenants speak out about renoviction – Montreal

Renoviction — it’s something housing advocates say is becoming more and more common. “[It’s] using renovation as an excuse to evict people,” Steve Baird

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A pastry shop in Montreal is giving out free treats, but there’s a catch – Montreal

A pastry shop in Montreal is making trekking in the snow a little sweeter — but with a catch. CRémy Pâtisserie is giving out

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Quebec National Assembly to conduct hearings on future of news media – Montreal

This week, the Quebec National Assembly is studying the future of news. Across the country, newsrooms are shrinking, journalists are losing their jobs while

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Free Bixi Sunday a thank you to riders for helping reach record usage – Montreal

Scores of Montrealers took advantage of Free Bixi Sundays as part of the company’s monthly programme. It was partly a way to thank the

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Tensions boil as residents continue fight against Hampstead demolition project – Montreal

Anger and frustration boiled over Monday evening at a public consultation in Hampstead, over a contentious zoning bylaw that would allow the demolition of

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