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Opposition parties are calling on now-independent MNA Gerry Sklavounos to resign amid more allegations of inappropriate behavior.
About 2,000 positions will be cut across Canada, including 1,500 in Quebec. Two-thirds of the global positions will be in transportation and nearly 2,500 in aerospace.
Montreal will host a high speed race next year, but it will be far quieter than what takes place on Gilles Villeneuve racetrack.
Quebec and Ontario will sign a seven-year trade deal regarding electricity on Friday.
What has been happening in Quebec City this week is sickening, but unfortunately in our society is less than surprising.
There have been reports of internet disruption across the East Coast of the United States after a key firm was hit by a cyberattack.
Quebec's attorney general recently tabled court documents seeking to modify its initial $409-million lawsuit against the rail company to reflect the new allegations.
The CEO of DavidsTea is stepping down at the end of the year.
Because of the heavy rain in the forecast, the work is being postponed until Sunday.
Sherbrooke St. is closed between Mackay St. and De La Montagne St. until at least Monday Oct. 24.
Montreal police are warning people who use Airbnb to be vigilant after dozens of reports of vandalism and theft in downtown properties.
International Trade Minister Chrystia Freeland threw up her hands and walked away Friday from talks aimed at convincing the holdout Belgian region of Wallonia to agree to the European Union's wide-ranging free trade deal with Canada.
The Liberal MNA for Laurier-Dorion has left the Liberal caucus temporarily amid allegations of sexual assault.
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