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Police in Laval are investigating after a man was killed in the St-Vincent-de-Paul district.
The heavy rain that swept over southern Quebec Tuesday evening caused flooding and damage throughout the region.
Many passengers flying from Montreal to Istanbul said the attack would not deter them from travelling.
A new report by a right-of-centre think-tank says Quebec has suffrered a net loss of almost 600,000 residents to other provinces since 1971 -- the highest out-migration total in the country.
More than 500 police officers are raiding dozens of homes and businesses in and around Granby.
The CS100 plane will officially be handed over to the European carrier at a ceremony later today at Montreal's Mirabel airport attended by government ministers, suppliers and Bombardier employees.
One man was badly hurt overnight when he rolled his car on Highway 132.
The PQ leadership candidate who led the drive to create Quebec's medical dying law is coming out swinging against the MUHC.
Quebec grocers are unhappy with a new government proposal that could see fresh meat given expiry dates.
The composition of the newly opened Bureau of Independent Investigations is coming under fire, as groups opposed to police brutality argue there should be fewer former police officers in the unit.
Former Montreal Interim Mayor Michael Applebaum’s trial on corruption charges will begin in November, a judge ruled on Tuesday.
Works of art hidden away in storage are now on display for the first time at the Pierre Lassonde Pavilion in the Musée National des Beaux-Arts du Québec.
Summer is off to a difficult start on Quebec waterways: so far, 21 people have drowned compared to 14 this time last year.
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