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The board members of the Lester B. Pearson School Board have voted unanimously to keep two schools on the chopping block open indefinitely.
Forward Andrew Shaw agreed to a six-year contact with the Montreal Canadiens on Monday night.
A teenager is in hospital after he was shot in the West Island Monday afternoon.
A two-year old plan to crack down on delinquent landlords has shown promising returns, according to Montreal city officials.
The head of Amnesty International's Mexican branch is taking Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard to task for his comment Monday that Mexico's human rights record is moving in the "right direction."
Busker Jason Deeh Pitre said he couldn't believe his luck when he realized the man who had been watching and humming along to his music was actually one of his favourite singers.
Firefighters are once again warning people of the dangers of putting cigarettes out in flower pots or mulch.
Canada Post and the Canadian Union of Postal Workers remain at loggerheads in their negotiations for a new contract, with the deadline fast approaching for a possible strike or lockout.
A nurse who treated Richard Henry Bain shortly after his arrest for murder on election night in 2012 testified he was calm but talkative during his stay at the Royal Victoria Hospital.
The family of a Montreal-based university professor jailed in Iran says allegations against her are baseless.
A Longueuil apartment building that is home to 30 people was badly damaged in a fire early Monday morning.
In the wake of the stunning Brexit vote, which saw 52 per cent of voters opt to leave the EU, Britons took to the internet to research how to move to Canada, according to Google.
Nearly three weeks after a Montreal woman was fatally mauled by a pit bull, Montreal police and animal rights advocates are receiving reports of attacks on the breed.
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