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Despite some remaining confusion around their pay, Quebec's 10,000 new orderlies head into the field Wednesday. The Red Cross is also sending 900 workers over the course of July.
The 10,000 students training to become Quebec's new orderlies were on their last day of classroom lessons in a fast-track program.
Advocacy groups from across Montreal are uniting in a call for the police force to cut their budget in half.
Community groups are calling for an end to racial profiling by Montreal police following the arrest of a 15-year-old girl in NDG.
A class-action suit was launched against the Grey Nuns, who ran an orphanage in Saint-Laurent for almost 50 years.
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Some restaurants and bar owners are worried about Montreal's new plan to make masks mandatory in all indoor public spaces.
A community of the South Shore of Montreal will hold a mobile COVID-19 testing clinic in the wake of an outbreak in the region. A clinic will be held on July 9 at the Roger-Tougas community centre in the city of Mercier.
Concordia psychology professor William Bukowski on the mental health effects of isolation in children and teens.
Some restaurant and bar owners say they're worried Montreal's impending mask bylaw with further slow business.
Quebec public health director Horacio Arruda is concerned about the relaxing of physical distancing and warns people to wear masks.
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