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Trudeau, Biden talk reopening Canada-U.S. border at G7 summit

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and United States President Joe Biden talked about the border between their two countries today while both are in England for an international leaders’ summit.

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Two weeks into Quebec’s re-opening and COVID numbers are dwindling as vaccine effort goes strong

Two weeks into Quebec’s re-opening plan and daily new COVID-19 cases are routinely less than 200, a positive development the government is crediting to vaccination efforts.

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More COVID-19 vaccine walk-in clinics operating in Montreal

Montrealers will have more options for walk-in COVID-19 vaccination spots over the next 10 days.

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‘Mudcat’ Grant, starting pitcher in first ever Expos game, dies at 85

Jim ‘Mudcat’ Grant, who was the starting pitcher in the first ever Montreal Expos game, has died at age 85.

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Injured Habs forward Jake Evans will travel with team to Las Vegas

Montreal Canadiens interim coach Dominique Ducharme says injured forward Jake Evans is progressing and will travel with the team to Vegas for the start of the Stanley Cup semifinals.

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Single research point to coordinate residential schools research in Quebec

A one-stop shop will be set up to provide support to Indigenous communities wishing to research residential schools in Quebec.

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‘We mean business,’ Habs GM Marc Bergevin is ready for Vegas

Montreal Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin said his team is ready to continue the team’s magical playoff run as they head to Vegas to play the Golden Knights.

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Two youth organizations in Montreal hold rally on the West Island to denounce racism

Speakers and special guests across the demographic spectrum were in Montreal’s West Island on Saturday for a rally to promote inclusion and denounce racism.

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Montreal’s Felix Auger-Aliassime set to face Marin Cilic in Stuttgart Open finals

Montreal’s Felix Auger-Aliassime is once again through to the finals at the Stuttgart Open.

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Active COVID-19 cases in Quebec drop below 2,000 for first time since Sept. 5

The number of active COVID-19 cases in Quebec dropped below 2,000 for the first time since early September when the Quebec Institute of Public Health reported 1,970 cases Saturday, a decrease of 98.

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