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Montreal's single-use plastics bylaw coming into effect

The bylaw banning certain single-use items comes into effect on March 28 in Montreal. The city says it will support the 8,400 food stores and restaurants in this ecological transition. As of March 28, cups, glasses, sticks, straws and plastic utensils, whether compostable or not, will be banned in food stores and restaurants.

Jean Charest earned nearly $70,000 in two months at CN

Former Quebec premier Jean Charest pocketed just under $70,000 in compensation during his brief stint as a director of Canadian National Railway (CN). Charest was appointed a director in early 2022, but resigned two months later to run unsuccessfully for the leadership of the Conservative Party of Canada. In total, he received $68,987 in compensation during his time at CN, according to regulatory documents released by the company.

Kathy Reichs explains: How fire victims are identified

Kathy Reichs is a forensic anthropologist and author of the Temperance Brennan crime series, which inspired the TV series Bones. Reichs spoke with CTV News anchor Mutsumi Takahashi about what scientists are up against in a case like the fire in Old Montreal. Top Stories


BREAKING | U.S. President Joe Biden touches down in Ottawa

U.S. President Joe Biden arrived in Ottawa Thursday evening for a whirlwind 27-hour visit expected to focus on both the friendly and thorny aspects of the Canada-U.S. relationship, including protectionism and migration on both sides of the border.

President Joe Biden waves as he and first lady Jill Biden exit Air Force One as they arrive at Ottawa International Airport, Thursday, March 23, 2023, in Ottawa, Canada. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)