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Hundreds march in Montreal on National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

An orange tide flowed through the streets of Montreal on Saturday afternoon as part of a march to mark the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. Hundreds of people gathered at the foot of Mount Royal in the early afternoon before marching to Place du Canada in downtown Montreal.

CHUM brings back mask mandate as COVID-19 cases rise

Amid a rise in COVID-19 cases, the University of Montreal Hospital (CHUM) is bringing back its mask mandate starting Monday. The rule applies to anyone entering a patient’s room or care area—including visitors, staff and physicians, a CHUM spokesperson confirmed in a statement to CTV News on Saturday.


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Kansas City Chiefs' Laurent Duvernay-Tardif (76) is introduced before the NFL AFC Championship football game against the Tennessee Titans on Sunday, Jan. 19, 2020, in Kansas City, MO. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)

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'COVID is making a comeback' in Quebec, says MUHC specialist

Many people have been able to enjoy the summer, while pushing away thoughts of the pandemic. This fall however, there's been a rise in cases of COVID 19 in Quebec and there's new information about how the virus behaves now and should be managed.

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Student housing development in the works for downtown Montreal

A new apartment building just for students is coming to downtown Montreal, just a few metro stops away from Concordia, McGill and UQAM. Located on the corner of St-Laurent Boulevard and Ontario Street, "Le Méridien" will house up to 281 students by the start of the 2026 academic year.


10 cents a pop: Quebec increases refund for can and bottle returns

As of Nov. 1, you might take home a little more cash after depositing your empties in Quebec -- depending on your drink of choice. The refund for most accepted containers will rise from five to 10 cents per item. But the refund for beer cans, previously set at 20 cents, will decrease to 10 cents for 'standardization reasons.' Top Stories

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