Snow is expected to start falling on Saturday evening, but it is "highly possible" that it will turn to freezing rain over areas near the Saint Lawrence River, before transforming to rain as the system heads farther south.
The official opposition wants the city to eliminate some electric scooters and bikes. Ensemble Montreal says Montreal should stop the Lime, Bird and Jump companies from operating in the city, but continue to work with local company Bixi.
The Quebec government says it is looking at ways to increase safety on a particularly dangerous section of Highway 138, south of Montreal. According to the Sûreté du Québec, more than 38 collisions have occurred on the 4.2 km stretch of road.
Cyclists are pushing for the bike path on the Jacques-Cartier Bridge to be open to everyone all winter long. Activists gathered at the foot of the bridge Sunday to call for access to the path throughout the winter.
A group of exo commuters is demanding the resignation of Josée Bérubé, chairperson of the transit company's board of directors after what it describes as "disconnected" and "condescending" tips on how to deal with the impending shutdown of the Deux-Montagnes train line.
After years of potholes and shoddy conditions, officials now say they're set to make good on years on promises to upgrade on Notre-Dame Street East, turning the street into an urban boulevard, complete with a pedestrian walkway, bike paths and more greenery.
The City of Montreal is gearing up to implement its new parking system – one that promises to introduce 'dynamic' parking rates. That means drivers will have to pay more to park during peak periods, but could pay less during other, less busy times.