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The suspect in an alleged arson that damaged a gender-confirmation clinic has been arrested in British Columbia.
The change comes as part of an agreement between the government and the Quebec Federation General Practitioners over streamlining fees.
After 18 months without a fare increase, the STM is hiking rates as of July 1.
The Couillard Liberals insist the party is holding a special caucus meeting with only two weeks left of the session simply as a chance to chat casually and not due to any panic in the Liberal ranks.
A woman who was robbed by 30 people wearing masks while working over the weekend says she is still stressed and angry about the incident.
More than two dozen civilians now live in the veterans' hospital in Ste. Anne de Bellevue, and that number will grow as Quebec's population ages.
Montreal’s board of trade hosted a job fair Monday to help Syrian refugees become more familiar with the local business scene.
Quebec is giving $250 million to the province's aerospace industry over the next five years.
At least 3000 workers from 38 seniors' residences across Quebec have launched a two-day strike.
One worker has died and another was injured Monday morning in Notre-Dame-du-Bon-Conseil, northeast of Drummondville.
Montreal's board of trade is holding a job fair, and have invited Syrian refugees to take part.
St. Jacques St. just south of the superhospital will be closed from 11 p.m. Friday June 3 until 5 a.m. on Monday June 6.
There will be a referendum over a zoning change to allow a Muslim centre in Ahuntsic-Cartierville to become a mosque.
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