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  1. Social media activists say two Quebecers were at Charlottesville rally

    08.16 / 23:01 montreal.ctvnews.ca Montreal.ctvnews.ca - Quebec
    An anti-racist group trying to identify the people who took part in the white supremacist rally in Charlottesville says it has uncovered two Quebecers in the…
  2. Police cadets will now direct traffic, slashing OT pay for officers at stoplights

    08.16 / 21:16 montreal.ctvnews.ca Montreal.ctvnews.ca - Quebec
    Police cadets will take over much of the job directing traffic on city streets, drastically cutting the cost to manage the…
  3. Pride organizers upset with arrest at festival

    08.16 / 16:17 montreal.ctvnews.ca Montreal.ctvnews.ca - Quebec
    The organizers of Pride celebrations are upset with how Montreal police handled people smoking marijuana at one of their…
  4. Monks preserving a lost classic: the Oka melon

    08.16 / 15:55 montreal.ctvnews.ca Montreal.ctvnews.ca - Quebec
    The Oka melon's rebirth in the abbey's garden was made possible by an organic seed farmer, Jean-Francois Leveque, who is on a mission to rekindle lost parts of Quebec's agricultural…
  5. Opinion polls show Liberals and CAQ are most popular

    08.16 / 14:40 montreal.ctvnews.ca Montreal.ctvnews.ca - Quebec
    The latest Mainstreet poll shows the Liberals and the Coalition Avenir Quebec continue to have roughly equal levels of support from Quebecers, with the Parti Quebecois several points…
  6. Class action lawsuit about Pharmaprix points plan ends with settlement

    08.16 / 13:13 montreal.ctvnews.ca Montreal.ctvnews.ca - Quebec
    Option consommateurs has reached a settlement in a lawsuit against…
  7. Class action lawsuit against Pharmaprix points plan ends with settlement

    08.16 / 12:30 montreal.ctvnews.ca Montreal.ctvnews.ca - Quebec
    Option consommateurs has reached a settlement in a lawsuit against…
  8. Confederate plaque removed from Montreal's Bay store

    08.16 / 11:08 montreal.ctvnews.ca Montreal.ctvnews.ca - Quebec
    The plaque commemorates Jefferson Davis, president of the Confederate States during the American Civil…
  9. NYC councillor in Montreal to meet with Haitian asylum seekers

    08.16 / 02:58 montreal.ctvnews.ca Montreal.ctvnews.ca - Quebec
    Council member Dr. Mathieu Eugene met with Haitian community groups as he visited the temporary shelters where asylum seekers are being housed around the…
  10. Long-lost sisters enjoy reunion in Montreal

    08.16 / 01:37 montreal.ctvnews.ca Montreal.ctvnews.ca - Quebec
    Two sisters born 18 months apart in the early 1960s and both adopted as babies met in a cheerful reunion Tuesday at Trudeau…
  11. Confederate plaque to be removed from Montreal's Bay store

    08.16 / 00:35 montreal.ctvnews.ca Montreal.ctvnews.ca - Quebec
    The plaque commemorates Jefferson Davis, president of the Confederate States during the American Civil…
  12. New campaign ad for Projet Montreal's Plante has people talking

    08.15 / 23:55 montreal.ctvnews.ca Montreal.ctvnews.ca - Quebec
    Projet Montreal leader Valerie Plante is described as ‘l'Homme de la situation,’ a common French phrase meaning ‘the right man for the job.’…
  13. First female Inuk airline captain gets commemorative stamp

    08.15 / 21:06 montreal.ctvnews.ca Montreal.ctvnews.ca - Quebec
    Airline captain Melissa Haney is getting her own a commemorative…
  14. Accidental deaths of endangered right whales threaten species' survival

    08.15 / 20:04 montreal.ctvnews.ca Montreal.ctvnews.ca - Quebec
    Marine conservation groups say accidental deaths this year among the endangered North Atlantic right whales threaten the species'…
  15. Couillard concerned by anti-immigration banners

    08.15 / 19:41 montreal.ctvnews.ca Montreal.ctvnews.ca - Quebec
    Premier Philippe Couillard says he is concerned by the presence of anti-immigration banners in Quebec City but does not want to give right-wing groups undue…
  16. Impact hoping to win three in a row

    08.15 / 17:57 montreal.ctvnews.ca Montreal.ctvnews.ca - Quebec
    The Impact are looking for their first three-game win streak of the season as they host the Chicago Fire at Saputo Stadium on…
  17. Premier Couillard says people are free to utter 'stupidities'

    08.15 / 17:15 montreal.ctvnews.ca Montreal.ctvnews.ca - Quebec
    Premier Philippe Couillard says he is concerned by the presence of anti-immigration banners in Quebec City but does not want to give right-wing groups undue…
  18. Charity giving backpacks of school supplies to children

    08.15 / 17:15 montreal.ctvnews.ca Montreal.ctvnews.ca - Quebec
    Thousands of schoolchildren will be heading back to school with new shoes and school supplies courtesy of the Welcome Hall…
  19. Government picks up debate on religious symbols

    08.15 / 16:11 montreal.ctvnews.ca Montreal.ctvnews.ca - Quebec
    The provincial government has resumed debating religious accommodation and public secularism as Bill 62 has once again made its return to the National…
  20. Normandie walkway finally rebuilt after being destroyed by snow removal truck

    08.15 / 12:17 montreal.ctvnews.ca Montreal.ctvnews.ca - Quebec
    More than two years after it was destroyed by a passing truck, a pedestrian overpass has finally been rebuilt over Highway…