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Five men accused of scamming hundreds of Quebec’s senior citizens were at the Montreal courthouse on Thursday for a bail hearing.
Montreal’s sizeable Italian community is organizing to send aid to that country following the devastating earthquake that killed 250 people.
The union representing a majority of workers at Canada Post has issued a 72-hour notice of job action as it tries to bargain a collective agreement with the Crown corporation.
Montrealers got a preview of what will be one of the largest infrastructure projects in North America, as TV cameras were given a tour of the site that will be home to the new Champlain Bridge.
A bystander is in hospital in critical condition after a dramatic early morning shooting in St-Michel.
With school supplies as expensive as ever as Quebec’s students head back to school, volunteers were out in force for Operation Sac A Dos.
Some NDG residents are unhappy with recent roadwork, saying the borough waited too long to warnm them a one-way street was being temporarily allowing traffic in both directions.
Three people have died after an attack involving a crossbow in Toronto’s east end.
Exit 2 of the Bonaventure Expressway towards Pierre-Dupuy Ave. will be closed on the weekend of Sept. 3 and 4 as repairs are conducted on the exit’s pavement.
A former actor, his partner, and two other women have been charged with various sex and child pornography offences following an eight-month investigation, Toronto police said Thursday.
The future of the Montreal World Film Festival is in doubt after the Cineplex chain of movie theatres announced it would be pulling out of the fest on Thursday.
Hearings into the sale of Rona began at the National Assembly on Thursday, with the goal of determining what role politics played in the sale of the hardware chain to American corporation Lowe’s.
Health Canada is calling almost 6,000 strollers sold under the brand name Safety 1st.
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