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Starting Thursday smokers become persona non grata on terrasses and public areas throughout Quebec.
A year-long moratorium on caleches has been cancelled, Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre has announced.
Quebec's Auditor General says the SAQ has some explaining to do about how it negotiates prices with alcohol producers.
The Bank of Montreal says it is cutting its workforce by about 1,850 positions as consumers shift more of their banking online and technological advancements allow it to digitize some of its processes.
A South Shore woman has confessed to lying about having cancer.
Businesses in Montreal say the largest obstacle facing immigrants is a limited command of the French language.
Police in greater Montreal arrested 19 people Wednesday morning as they cracked down on a fraud ring.
A woman believed to be the oldest person on Earth has died.
Sun Youth is giving away more than 100 bicycles to youth who help the community
The Premier of Quebec is spiking 'solutions' to the taxi industry proposed by Uber.
Tensions ran high Tuesday evening in Outremont at a public meeting on zoning changes
The Montreal-based company will add more than a dozen brands to its current 30 restaurant banners including Cultures, Thai Express, Vanellis and ManchuWok.
Matthew de Grood, who admitted to stabbing five people to death at a 2014 Calgary house party, has been found not criminally responsible.
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