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Quebec Health Minister Gaetan Barrette said he may pressure medical schools to reduce admissions in the next few years.
The closure of Highway 15 begins at the Turcot Interchange.
Ten people are homeless and two people were injured following a five-alarm fire in Lachine.
A young woman who survived having her legs amputated by a train has died.
It was only late Friday the government published the details of the agreement in its Official Gazette.
The beginning of the school year means children will be the subject of class photos, and as every parent knows children, while photogenic, are not always spotlessly clean.
The Commission Scolaire de Montreal has confirmed that radon gas is still a problem in some of its schools.
Montreal police are now in phase two of their body camera pilot project.
The man police believe is responsible for striking and killing a 79-year-old woman in a stolen pick-up appeared in the Montreal courthouse Friday afternoon.
Billions of people use the internet every day and, more often than not, unknowingly and unwillingly download dangerous software onto their computers.
With maintenance work on the aging Champlain Bridge taking place on a regular basis, the bridge authority has decided to ban overweight trucks from the bridge.
Transportation Minister Laurent Lessard confirmed Friday something Transport Quebec quietly announced last week.
Quebec's environmental review board has approved a plan to install huge pylons on the west island.
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