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Windows and cars were damaged after golf ball sized pellets of hail rained down on Saguenay on Wednesday.
After months of fighting to stay in Canada, the Canadian Border Services Agency ruled on Thursday that a family of Hungarian Roma will be deported.
Spectators who took to the Jacques Cartier Bridge to watch Wednesday night’s fireworks display may have noticed some extra security.
Police are looking for a 37-year-old man who has been missing since May 30.
A $5 million renovation for the Army reserve building on Pine Ave. has been approved, but members of Projet Montreal are saying the project doesn’t respect the structure’s heritage.
Montreal police are investigating what they believe are human bones that were found on Wednesday.
A Toronto police officer has been sentenced to six years in the shooting death of a troubled teen on an empty streetcar.
People craving a jolt of caffeine in the Philippines may soon be able to order a double-double at their local Tim Hortons.
A forensic psychiatrist who interviewed alleged murderer Richard Henry Bain has told his first-degree murder trial she believes he was likely suffering a psychotic episode the night of the shooting.
For the second day in a row, Eugenie Bouchard upset a higher-ranked opponent as she defeated top-10 player Dominika Cibulkova 6-2, 6-0 in one hour and 14 minutes.
A dog in Kirkland suffered minor injuries to its back legs early Wednesday after being attacked by a coyote that has become a regular sight in the West Island neighbourhood.
A Quebec coroner’s report into the death of a pedestrian last November contains a recommendation for the complete ban on the use of cell phones while driving.
A sculpture by famed artist Salvador Dali has been vandalized in Quebec City.
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