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Laval Mayor Marc Demers announced the creation of a new fund Monday, aimed at improving the lives of youth from underprivileged neighbourhoods on the…
06.19 / 21:28
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Langis Boudreault jumped off his bike and crawled into a small hole as a wall of wind uprooted trees around…
06.19 / 20:45
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A leader in the Quebec City mosque where six men were shot and killed in January condemned extremism of any sort and said an attack on a London mosque has raised fears of…
06.19 / 20:36
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Baffin Fisheries, the largest shrimp harvester in Canada’s North, plans to add another vessel to its existing fleet of four. That intent was announced June 16 when the Inuit-owned Nunavut company said it had signed a letter of intent with Norway’s Havyard Ship Technology for the design and construction of a new Arctic trawler to fish cold water turbot and shrimp in the Arctic Ocean adjacent to Nunavut. The vessel under consideration is 75 metres long and 17 m wide, with…
06.19 / 20:01
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Ismael Habib has been found guilty of attempting to leave Canada to commit a terrorist…
06.19 / 19:10
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Quebec's director of criminal and penal prosecutions said Monday no charges will be laid against longtime provincial politician Pierre…
06.19 / 18:57
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Montreal's Felix Auger-Aliassime inducted himself into an exclusive club on Sunday, becoming the seventh youngest player to win an ATP Challenger event with his 6-4, 6-1 victory over 171st-ranked Frenchman Mathias Bourge at the Open de Sopra Steria in…
06.19 / 18:56
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An eight-year-old boy has died after he was found unconscious Saturday in a pool in Sherbrooke, Que., during a birthday…
06.19 / 18:35
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Police and firefighters in Nunavut are investigating the cause of yet another house fire, the second to take place during the past week in the north Baffin community of Pond Inlet. On June 18 at about 10:15 p.m., members of the RCMP in Pond Inlet responded to a house fire.  The fire destroyed the residence, the RCMP said in a June 19 release. No occupants were inside the home at the time of the fire and no injuries occurred as a result, police said. Five days ago, on June 13 at…
06.19 / 18:35
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An attack Monday outside a mosque in London was all too familiar for Muslims in Quebec City, where just six months ago a gunman burst into a prayer room, killing six and injuring…
06.19 / 18:12
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A trio of safe injection sites is now open in…
06.19 / 17:41
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When the first 2,000 trash bags ran out at this year’s Iqaluit city cleanup, organizers had to go into their reserve stash. And, looking down the newly-neat beach area, it’s easy to see that the annual morning clean sweep, held June 16, drew a lot of dedicated local citizens. Volunteers from schools, businesses and government offices met at the Unikkaarvik Visitors Centre at 9 a.m. this year to grab gloves and mark off where they would chase down trash on a city map.…
06.19 / 17:29
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A verdict is expected Monday afternoon in the case of Ismael Habib, a Quebecer accused of attempting to leave Canada to participate in terror…
06.19 / 17:19
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Quebec's Crown prosecutor's office has decided it will not lay any charges against former cabinet minister Pierre…
06.19 / 16:33
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Pierre Paradis, a Quebec MNA and former cabinet minister, will not be charged following a provincial police investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct, Crown prosecutors announced…
06.19 / 16:21
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NAFTA talks, softwood lumber litigation, supply management and the trade complaint filed by Boeing against Bombardier could be on Couillard's list of…
06.19 / 16:21
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Nunavut needs a way for its ethics officer to investigate allegations of reprisal within the public service and, if proven, to recommend appropriate actions, says Jeffrey Schnoor, Nunavut’s ethics officer. Nunavut government employees have told him that they fear reprisals if they make complaints within the ranks of the Nunavut public service. Before going to the ethics officer with a complaint of possible wrongdoing, Government of Nunavut staffers must report a complaint to their…
06.19 / 15:55
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It’s been 9 months since Justine Charland St-Amour was run over and killed by a truck, but her parents are moving further away from any sense of j…
06.19 / 15:07
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Harvard rescinded the admission offers after discovering the students had traded offensive images and messages on a private Facebook group, student newspaper The Harvard Crimson reported. The posts were often sexually explicit and mocked Mexicans, the Holocaust, sexual assault and child…
06.19 / 14:56
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The STM will be running extra buses and metro trains for the summer of…
06.19 / 14:33
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