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A 36-year-old man is missing in Lac-St-Louis near Chateauguay after falling from a boat early on Saturday morning.
Alexandre Cloutier and Jean-Francois Lisee remain virtually tied in the race to be the next leader of the Parti Quebecois, with less than a week until the vote.
The royal tour ends today, but before it closes Prince William and Kate will meet with social and mental health providers in Victoria.
A Somali police officer says a car bomb blew up at the entrance of a restaurant in the Somali capital of Mogadishu, killing two people.
A black rights group, and some Montreal city councillors, want a Quebec cemetery where black slaves are believed to be buried designated as a historical site.
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.
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