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Ottawa will retire the older DOT-111 rail tanker cars -- the ones involved in the deadly Lac-Megantic tragedy -- several months earlier than planned, The Canadian Press has learned.
Residents living near a school in St. Laurent say they are concerned there are two massive propane tanks behind the school yard.
Witnesses for the defence are painting a picture of a very complex personality at the Richard Bain murder trial Monday.
Gunfire erupted at a nightclub hosting a swimsuit-themed party for teens in Florida, leaving two teens dead and at least 17 other people wounded, officials said Monday.
The victim had just left a bar on Sainte-Catherine St. and Champlain St. at 2:30 a.m. when he was stabbed in the upper body.
A day out on the water might be a refreshing way to beat the heat, but Montreal police are warning boaters to avoid sailing while drunk.
Hundreds of language lovers gathered at Concordia this weekend as the university hosted the North American Polyglot Symposium.
A group calling themselves the Mobile Muslims rolled through Montreal on Sunday on their mission to educate Canadians about Islam.
Bird watchers and environmentalists are worried that a scheduled development in the St-Laurent industrial park north of Trudeau Airport could destroy a habitat that is home to dozens of species of birds.
Three men are taking a stand against sexual exploitation and are heading across Canada by bicycle to spread their message.
Quebec government officials said they are working with those in the apple industry to fight a plant disease affecting orchards in the Laurentians.
The Hydro-Quebec building was a canvas for Montreal’s budding Picassos and Monets on Sunday afternoon.
Their union says Air Transat flight attendants have voted in favour of a new contract with the Montreal-based company.
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