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Shots fired next to community centre, kids’ park in St-Michel; no victims located

Montreal police responded to gunfire in the St-Michel district on Tuesday evening and found at least one bullet mark in a ‘public building,’ they said, next to a children’s park.

Shea Weber has already retired, just not officially, says Jonathan Drouin

‘He retired, basically… everyone knows that now. He’s not coming back for us, he’s moving on and hockey, that’s over,’ said forward Jonathan Drouin about Captain Shea Weber, suggesting he’s already hung up his skates for good.

Mayoral candidates spar over Blue Bonnets development and who can get it done

Denis Coderre first proposed housing at the old Blue Bonnets racetrack site, but Valerie Plante says ‘the original project was not satisfying’ and she made it carbon-neutral. They both promise swift action after a decade of delay.

Gatineau, Que. man facing charges in Ottawa in phony vaccine certificate scheme

Ottawa police say a Gatineau, Que. man is facing charges following an investigation into forged COVID-19 vaccine certificates.

Future police officers in CEGEP getting workshops on domestic violence

The Federation of Women’s Shelters (FMHF) has launched a series of training workshops this week, on domestic and sexual violence for future police officers and social workers.

Canadiens’ Jake Evans won’t play against Seattle Kraken Tuesday night

Forward Jake Evans did not participate in the Montreal Canadiens’ morning warm-up on Tuesday and as a result Cedric Paquette will take his place in the starting line-up.

Legault has names of doctors ‘who are not doing a good job’

Premier François Legault has the names of the family doctors who are not doing enough work for his taste.

Environmental groups welcome Guilbeault’s appointment as new environment minister, with some reservations

The nomination of former environmentalist Steven Guilbeault to the position of Canad’as environment minister is generally being very well received by environmental groups — though there are some reservations.

After candidate resigns over troubling posts, Coderre calls it a case of trolls spreading ‘trash’

Ensemble Montreal candidate Dan Kraft stepped down after blog posts came to light that criticized George Floyd and Muslims, among others. The person who made his posts public is a professor, but Coderre spoke at length to condemn the ‘troll’…

Chateauguay police seek public’s help to find missing 14-year-old girl

Police in Chateauguay are asking for the public’s help in finding a missing 14-year-old girl. Océane Picard was last seen leaving her home in Chateauguay around 8:30 p.m. Monday.