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Month: May 2021

‘I was panicking’: Montreal woman calls for stricter regulations after dog bite

A young woman in Montreal who was attacked by a dog as she rode her bicycle Sunday wants more to be done to make sure pet owners are following all the rules.

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Some blue-collar workers in Montreal North face racial discrimination: reports

Some blue-collar workers in Montreal North are alleging discrimination and unfair treatment by the city after two reports were issued on the working conditions in the borough.

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FOLLOW LIVE: Habs face Leafs in Game 7

It’s do or die for the Montreal Canadiens Monday night as they play against the Toronto Maple Leafs in what could be one of the most-watched Round 1 face-offs between the two rivals in decades.

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Police seek help finding woman, 54, missing from Montreal

Montreal police are seeking the public’s help in finding a 54-year-old woman who has been missing since Friday.

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Quebec injects $750 million over five years to expand home care

Quebec wants to increase and expand home care services, first for seniors, but also for families caring for a loved one or child at home.

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Proms cancelled for Lester B. Pearson School Board in Montreal area

The Lester B. Pearson School Board (LBPSB) has told its students, parents and staff that there will be no proms in 2021.

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No physical distancing for CEGEP, university students in Quebec next fall

CEGEP and university students will no longer be required to maintain physical distancing for back-to-school season next fall, the government announced Monday.

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PM says cabinet discussing ‘further’ actions in response to residential school discovery

Amid calls to go beyond lowering flags at federal buildings and to fund the research and excavation of residential school burial sites Canada-wide, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau didn’t have any tangible next steps to announce Monday but said discussions are…

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Fragile coalition may oust Netanyahu, but shared hatred is not enough to put an end to Israeli-Palestinian ‘blood and tears’

A shaky truce holds between Israel and Palestine as PM Benjamin Netanyahu is dumped by a seven-party coalition in favour of right winger Naftali Bennett, and the world wonders if this could be the start of new peace efforts? Just…

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‘A Quiet Place II’ falls dramatically, culturally and politically flat as it fails to live up to the suspenseful original

The original American horror movie was an ingenious commentary on cancel culture, but the sequel feels more like a lifeless corporate money grab than a meaningful metaphor. In 2018, the monster movie/horror film ‘A Quiet Place’ snuck up on movie…

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