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A 41-year-old man was shot and killed by police on Friday night in the town of St-Cyrille-de-Wendover, near Drummondville.
A Montreal food bank will start charging the non-profit groups it supplies, saying it must do so due to rising costs.
Students at FACE school will be getting some extra time to enjoy their summer vacations.
Two more cyclists were struck by vehicles on Saturday morning, the third and fourth such accidents since Monday.
The demolition of a section of the Bonaventure Expressway has led to more road closures over the weekend.
Veteran Liberal MP Mauril Belanger's funeral has ended with mourners singing a rousing, gender-neutral rendition of O Canada.
A ball-hungry defence and Matt Nichols' steady play at quarterback has the Winnipeg Blue Bombers on a roll.
Manitoba RCMP are looking for a thirsty goalie.
Bombardier is moving ahead with its plans to trim its workforce by seven-thousand workers over two years.
Police in Bangladesh killed three suspected militants Saturday, including a man they identified as a Canadian accused of masterminding a deadly attack on a cafe in Dhaka last month.
The province of Quebec and city of Montreal announced a total of $120,000 of relief funding on Friday, money that will be earmarked for areas of Italy devastated by Wednesday’s earthquake.
Members of Quebec’s business community and leaders of several unions made a push in support of the controversial Energy East oil pipeline on Friday, touting the economic benefits it would bring to Montreal.
Several Quebec mayors are vowing to fight a new law that they say would take away their power to protect their communities’ drinking water.
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