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Montreal to host NHL draft in 2022

The National Hockey League announced Friday that the Montreal Canadiens will host the league’s entry draft on July 7-8, 2022.

Woman, 35, and underage boy charged with first-degree murder in disturbing Lachine death

Police have charged a 35-year-old woman and underage boy in the case of a murdered man found in the woman’s Lachine apartment, while also revealing more details about the disturbing death.

Quebec reports 837 more COVID-19 cases, three more deaths

Quebec reported Friday that 837 more people have tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 24 hours.

Man seriously injured after being assaulted in Montreal’s Cote-des-Neiges borough

A 40-year-old man was seriously injured after being assaulted Thursday night in the Cote-des-Neiges-Notre-Dame-de-Grace borough of Montreal.

Municipal election campaigns begin Friday in Quebec

The election sign festival will resume on Friday as municipal campaigns officially begin in Quebec, while the federal campaign will not end until Monday.

Singh says Bill 21 is discriminatory but stops short of committing to court challenge

In an interview with CTV National News, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh says Quebec’s secularism law is undoubtedly discriminatory, but won’t commit to federal intervention if elected prime minister.

What to expect at Bill 96 hearings: architects of Bill 101 to speak, Liberals ask CAQ not to truncate debate

Even before the language debate resumes next week in the National Assembly, Dominique Anglade’s Liberals say they fear the Legault government wants to gag the opposition by forcing through Bill 96. Meanwhile, the list of speakers promises a fiery defence…

Quebec parents, take note: daycare workers’ first strike day will be Sept. 24

The first day of strike action in early childhood centres across Quebec will take place in a week.

Inside an Ontario ICU where the COVID-19 patients are largely young, and all unvaccinated

The truth of the fourth wave of COVID-19 in Canada is starkly clear inside the intensive care unit at Hamilton General, where the majority of the COVID-19 patients struggling on life support are young — and unvaccinated.

CHSLD Herron: Coroner inquiry into care home hears of dysfunction between management, CIUSSS staff

What happened at the CHSLD Herron, from March 29 to April 11, 2020, was “a ping-pong match” between the management of the private establishment and the CIUSSS of the West Island, says coroner Géhane Kamel.