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Police searching for missing 32-year-old man

Montreal police are searching for a 32-year-old man who has been missing since Jan. 19.

High demand, higher prices for dogs leads to fears that missing pets were actually stolen

The pandemic has led many Quebecers to seek companionship by getting a furry companion, but as prices for dogs soar, some are fearing that missing pooches may actually have been stolen.

Former Lester B. Pearson School board employees, former associate, plead not guilty in alleged scam

Two former Lester B. Pearson School Board employees pleaded not guilty on Wednesday to charges stemming from allegations of falsifying documents to attract foreign students.

‘Mega-clinic’ vaccine centre opens in Quebec City

A vaccination centre in Quebec City that aims to innoculate tens of thousands of people per week against COVID-19 opened its doors on Wednesday.

Plans to convert East End community centre into 112 bed emergency homeless shelter announced

Over 100 new beds for Montreal’s homeless will be made available in an East End community centre as of Friday afternoon.

Longueuil borough councillor calls for better access to municipal website after administration removes English-language pages

When Peter Doonan recently scrolled through the Longueuil municipal website, he said he was surprised to see all of the English-language pages were missing. While he doesn’t understand why the city would remove the English pages that were already online,…

Quebec vaccine plan may be rethought after troubling Israeli data, says provincial advisor

Quebec could change its vaccine strategy based on discouraging new data out of Israel about the efficacy of the first dose, on its own, of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, says a top advisor in the province.

After death of Indigenous homeless man, Ottawa calls for more humanity from Legault

Canada’s Minister of Indigenous Services criticized Francois Legault’s refusal to exempt homeless people from curfew rules following the death of an Indigenous man earlier this week.

25-year-old Alouette Trey Rutherford announces retirement, wants to become a cop

It appears that Trey Rutherford will not be back with the Montreal Alouettes in 2021. The left guard announced his retirement and wants to become a police officer.

Quebec police officer charged with shooting death of teenager entitled to retrial after Supreme Court ruling

The Supreme Court of Canada has ordered a new trial for Eric Deslauriers, a Surete du Quebec (SQ) provincial police officer who was convicted of manslaughter in the shooting death of a teenager in Sainte-Adele, an hour north of Montreal.