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The group, several dozen people, stood opposite the Roddick Gates, the entrance to Mcgill University's downtown campus, blocking Sherbrooke Street. They chanted: "from the mountains to the sea, Wet'suwet'en be free. Respect Indigenous sovereignty."
The Ontario government says they're investigating reports that their new licence plates are difficult to read at night.
Montreal Mayor Valerie Plante explains how the city will get the right of first refusal on properties for sale for social housing.
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A woman in her 50s is dead after a collision between two cars in Sainte-Marguerite-du-Lac-Masson.
Digital analyst Elias Makos on the level of trust people put in technology, and an artist's virtual traffic jams that confronted it.
The REM has unveiled the official names of its stations – with one glaring exception. Twenty-five of the 26 stations now have their official names.
Why do people join extremist movements? Researchers at Concordia think they know part of the answer.