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Montrealers have had to stomach a lot of roadwork over the past few years.
That may have just been the appetizer for the main course.
Whether it's sexist remarks, groping, or rape, women and men rallied throughout Quebec Wednesday evening to denounce the behaviour.
The SAQ is going to drop the price on 1600 bottles of wine by fifty cents.
Quebec’s Bureau of Independent Investigations is determining what led to a police shooting in Montreal North.
A spokesman for the minister of international trade says a Canadian delegation would not be heading off to Europe on Wednesday to sign what would be a landmark trade deal with the European Union.
One of the accused in an alleged series of break-ins and sexual assaults at a Quebec university student residence is now facing a dozen additional charges.
Thomas Harding, Montreal Maine and Atlantic Canada Co. (MMAC), and Canadian Pacific Railway are now the three official defendants, according to a Oct. 24 ruling by Quebec Superior Court Justice Martin Bureau.
Canadian military veterans who say they suffered emotional scars due to a former ban on gay people in the armed forces are still waiting for recognition from Ottawa.
The Surete du Quebec has arrested a 38-year-old man after a Sept-Iles Muslim cultural centre was vandalized earlier this week.
A Montreal family is outraged their five-year-old daughter will receive no specialized treatment for her autism despite a government assessment that she is a high priority case.
One in 18 patients suffered potentially preventable injuries after being admitted to Canadian hospitals, according to a new study.
A 74-year-old Montreal man charged with trying to board an airplane with a suitcase containing explosive-related materials is anxious to testify.
Opposition parties say the finance minister’s plan for the $2.2-billion surplus has come at the expense of all Quebecers.
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