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Michele Audette, commissioner of MMIWG inquiry, among five named to Senate

Michele Audette, one of the commissioners for the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls, is among the five newest members of the Senate.

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Corey Perry won’t be back in Montreal next year, signs two-year contract with Tampa Bay

He came, he annoyed, he conquered (fans’ hearts), but now Corey Perry’s time as a Montreal Canadien is done.

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Woman’s body mistaken for mannequin in Sherbrooke fire and found in dumpster; police investigating

Police in Sherbrooke are investigating after first responders appear to have dumped a woman’s burned body in a dumpster after mistaking it for a mannequin.

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Body found in Riviere des Prairies identified as Montreal suspect wanted in wife’s killing

The Coroner’s office has identified the body found in Riviere des Prairies as that of Navdeep Singh Ghotra, a man wanted in the killing of his 32-year-old wife.

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Deadmau5, Loud Luxury to headline fall edition of ileSoniq at Parc Jean-Drapeau

Partygoers will have something to look forward in Montreal this fall with îleSoniq announcing the lineup for a weekend concert featuring some big names in Canada’s electronic music scene.

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138 new COVID-19 cases as hospitalizations, ICU numbers rise slightly in Quebec

Quebec has 138 new COVID-19 cases, bringing the total number of people infected to 377,172 since the start of the pandemic.

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St-Hubert won’t cut ties with Montreal Canadiens amid Logan Mailloux draft controversy

Groupe St-Hubert says it will “continue its longstanding association” with the Montreal Canadiens despite the controversy surrounding the team’s decision to draft Logan Mailloux, who pleaded guilty to sexual crimes in Sweden.

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Molson Coors posts largest revenue growth in a decade on higher volumes

Molson Coors Beverage Co. beat expectations as its net income nearly doubled in its latest quarter on its best revenue growth in more than a decade.

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Presence of English in Quebec’s French-language universities not as dominant as previously thought: CSLF study

A study on the presence of English in Quebec’s French-language universities shows most programs are actually offered exclusively in French.

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Quebec could be on the cusp of a fourth COVID-19 wave; Delta variant already here

Health professionals in Quebec are warning people to continue to take precaution when leaving the house as the COVID-19 pandemic isn’t yet over.

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