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6 missing after Old Montreal fire 'probably still in the rubble': Police

Officials are still looking for victims after a fire ripped through a building in Old Montreal last week, killing at least one person. At a press conference Monday morning, spokespersons for the Montreal police and Montreal fire department said six people are still missing. They come from various locations in Quebec, Ontario and the U.S.

People bring flowers to a makeshift memorial at the scene following a fire in Old Montreal, Sunday, March 19, 2023, that gutted a heritage building. Several people are still unaccounted for. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Graham Hughes

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Montreal study finds more women began gambling online during the pandemic

More and more women are experimenting with online gambling for the first time, a phenomenon that will require further research in the coming years, says researcher Sylvia Kairouz. A 2021 study of 4,500 Quebecers found that a higher proportion of women reported starting or migrating to online gambling during the pandemic, although more men than women reported engaging in such activities.

Quebec nurses' bonuses will end March 30 if deal isn't reached

Quebec nurses will see their income drop in two weeks if nothing changes between now and then. Three premiums will expire on March 30, including a 3.5 per cent premium for all care professionals. This premium had been obtained during the last negotiations of the collective agreements.

Satisfied with Quebec's health-care system? The government wants feedback

The Quebec government wants to know what residents of the province think of the health-care system. Health Minister Christian Dube announced Thursday that a pilot project that will survey those who have used the province's health and social services network and ask them to give their thoughts on their satisfaction with the care they received.

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Quebec Solidaire wants to make it illegal to evict a tenant in favour of an Airbnb

Quebec Solidaire (QS) considers it intolerable for landlords to evict tenants in order to convert their homes to Airbnb, especially in the midst of a housing crisis. QS spokesperson Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois is calling on the Legault government to quickly amend the Civil Code to prohibit evictions for the purpose of converting to tourist accommodation.

QS spokesperson Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois is calling on the Legault government to prohibit evictions for the purpose of converting to tourist accommodation. (photo: Olivia O'Malley / CTV News)

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The parents of young Ontario hockey player Ben Teague have been searching for answers since he died while at a team retreat in 2019. The mystery about what happened and the code of silence in hockey culture is explored in CTV W5's 'What Happened to Ben,' on and W5's official YouTube channel.

Conservatives forcing MPs to vote on striking new foreign interference study

In an effort to keep the foreign interference story at the forefront, and to do an apparent end run around the Liberal filibuster blocking one study from going ahead, Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre has forced the House to spend the day debating a motion instructing an opposition-dominated House committee to strike its own review.

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