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  1. Rally in front of Quebec City U.S. Consulate protests racism in solidarity with Charlottesville

    08.16 / 23:31 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - Quebec
    A rally against racism, in solidarity with Charlottesville, was held Wednesday evening in front of the Consulate General of the U.S. in Quebec…
  2. Some residents uneasy with asylum seekers being housed in Boucherville

    08.16 / 22:04 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - Quebec
    Close to 200 asylum seekers are being given temporary shelter in a former senior's home, the Havre Providence, in a quiet neighbourhood in Boucherville — a move that is soliciting mixed reaction online and in p…
  3. 'There's rhetoric and there's reality': Charest says Canada in good position for NAFTA talks

    08.16 / 20:23 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - Quebec
    With trade talks formally kicking off this week, the former Quebec premier believes that Canada is in a good position to negotiate as an "unpredictable" U.S. President Donald Trump demands fundamental changes to the North American Free Trade…
  4. Flood victim's restaurant, home in limbo after Quebec denies financial assistance

    08.16 / 20:23 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - Quebec
    With his restaurant still closed, no money coming in and being denied financial assistance, Tekka Grill owner Michael Gad says he may lose his home after historic spring…
  5. Military member charged with sexual assault at Saint-Jean Garrison

    08.16 / 17:28 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - Quebec
    A member of Canadian Armed Forces has been charged with four counts of sexual assault and two counts of assault relating to incidents which took place at a training camp in September…
  6. Of monks and melons: Preserving Quebec's delicious agricultural heritage

    08.16 / 16:04 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - Quebec
    The Oka melon is a cross between the banana melon and the Montreal melon, which itself has quite the…
  7. Montreal parking app lowers service fees

    08.16 / 15:16 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - Quebec
    The app, run by Stationnement de Montréal, allows drivers to pay for street parking and parking in city-owned lots via a credit card attached to the …
  8. Pharmaprix agrees to pay out 2-billion Optimum points to settle lawsuit

    08.16 / 13:02 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - Quebec
    A Quebec Superior Court justice must still sign off on the…
  9. Rigaud flood victims still waiting on inspection reports, renovation permits

    08.16 / 12:40 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - Quebec
    So far, Rigaud has received around 30 reports and has issued four demolition permits and three renovation permits. The city is handling a total of 238…
  10. Concern over access to English CEGEPs returns to PQ ranks

    08.16 / 11:57 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - Quebec
    Some hard-line members of the Parti Québécois want to bring a promise to restrict access to English-language CEGEPs for francophones and allophones back to the party's p…
  11. Quebec suing SNC-Lavalin, Cima+ over Turcot design flaws

    08.16 / 10:57 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - Quebec
    Quebec is claiming damages of $1.35 million, but the government is also reserving the right to sue the consortium formed by the two companies for an additional $8…
  12. Magali Harvey: Free to lead Canada to World Cup Glory

    08.16 / 10:16 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - Quebec
    With a natural ability to evade defenders and almost score at will she quickly blossomed into a star. It wasn't long until Canada's national programs took…
  13. NYC councillor in Montreal to gather information for Haitian asylum seekers fleeing U.S.

    08.16 / 00:45 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - Quebec
    A New York City councillor spoke at Montreal's Maison d'Haïti Tuesday about his search for answers on Canada's immigration policy, so that he can then relay the information to Haitians living in the United States on temporary protection status …
  14. Psychiatrist says man charged with attempted murder unfit to stand trial

    08.15 / 21:15 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - Quebec
    The man who was charged with attempted murder in connection with a stabbing on Mount Royal Aug. 7 has been deemed not fit to stand trial by a…
  15. "Disgusting thing:" Calls to remove Confederate plaque on Montreal Hudson's Bay store

    08.15 / 20:33 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - Quebec
    There are calls in Montreal to remove a plaque commemorating Confederate States’ president Jefferson Davis, after a deadly car attack against anti-racism protestors in Charlottesville, Va. on S…
  16. Hillary and Bill Clinton spotted shopping in Quebec's Eastern Townships

    08.15 / 19:50 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - Quebec
    Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and former U.S. president Bill Clinton chatted with people on the streets of North Hatley on Tuesday. The pair both said they found the region…
  17. Couillard accuses political rivals of neglecting human rights of asylum seekers

    08.15 / 18:49 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - Quebec
    Quebec’s Premier Philippe Couillard fought back Tuesday against criticism of his government’s handling of the recent wave of asylum seekers crossing illegally into Quebec from the United Sta…
  18. Watch aerial video of the Quebec border where asylum seekers are crossing

    08.15 / 17:45 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - Quebec
    The Canadian Red Cross has taken over logistics of running the tent village by providing beds, food, hygiene kits and medical help to the…
  19. Montreal puts on free, outdoor concert featuring 3 orchestras, Rufus Wainwright

    08.15 / 17:24 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - Quebec
    Montreal is marking its 375 birthday with a giant outdoor concert at the foot of Mount Royal this Saturday called Montréal Symphonique, featuring Rufus Wainwright, Patrick Watson, Isabelle Boulay, Coeur de pirate and a tribute to Denis …
  20. SQ dismantle blockade at oil exploration site near Gaspé

    08.15 / 16:21 www.cbc.ca Cbc.ca - Quebec
    Police said one person was arrested in the operation and charges are likely, notably for mischief, break and enter and disturbing the…