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A Pointe-aux-Trembles family is considering legal action against their son's elementary school after he was stabbed in the eye with a pencil.
With the jury selected, lawyers made their opening arguments Tuesday in the case of a man charged with first-degree murder.
The Parti Quebecois is going to choose an interim leader this week, a choice made necessary by the surprise resignation of Pierre Karl Peladeau.
A Quebec family is mourning the death of a seven-year-old boy after he was struck by his dad's pickup truck.
Fed up with the lousy paint on Montreal streets, some residents took matters into their own hands.
Dairy farmers are protesting on Tuesday morning outside the Parmalat plant in NDG.
Molson Coors Brewing Co. beat expectations as its net profit almost doubled to US$158.8 million in the first quarter, helped by proceeds from the sale of its Vancouver brewery.
People with serious criminal records and others using potentially phoney addresses are among those who managed to secure Canadian citizenship, thanks to a system that doesn't do enough to root out fraud, the auditor general has found.
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