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Quebec green-lights National Bank Open, federal approval still required

Tennis Canada says it has received a letter of approval from provincial health authorities in Quebec to host this year’s National Bank Open women’s tournament in Montreal.

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‘Small revolution for a big street,’ Saint-Denis St. in Montreal re-launches

The St. Denis Merchants Association and the City of Montreal have unveiled the re-launch of the street that has long struggled with rising numbers of vacancies and long-term construction projects.

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TRAFFIC: Work begins on Ville-Marie Expressway in Montreal

The Quebec Ministry of Transport is advising road users that work will begin on the elevated portion of the Ville-Marie Expressway (R-136) between the tunnel and Greene Ave. on Monday.

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Quebec Black Communities Observatory created to reduce inequalities

The Quebec Black Communities Observatory will focus on the difficulties encountered by young Afro-Quebecers, propose concrete solutions and eliminate social inequalities.

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Quebec invests in new model for Longueuil security, focusing on social policing

Longueuil police says it plans to redirect its services to social policing and will begin an unarmed, non-uniformed immersion into the community.

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Montreal police implements exclusive towing system for breakdowns and accidents

Montreal police announced Monday that it is setting up exclusive towing zones on the Island of Montreal, which will begin July 1.

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Agreements between Quebec and public sector union move to approval process

The approval process for the tentative agreements between the Quebec government and various public sector employee unions is underway.

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Montreal-area ambulance paramedics announce strike; say medical care to be maintained

The union representing ambulance paramedics in the Montreal and Laval areas says just over 1,000 of its members will be on strike as of midnight.

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As temporary homeless shelter at Place Dupuis closes, two new shelters are on the way

Hotel Dieu and Auberge Versailles will be converted to homeless shelters, it was announced Friday, following the news that Hotel Place Dupuis will no longer serve as a temporary homeless shelter as of June 30.

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Quebec reports 123 new COVID-19 cases, 1 more death as province goes yellow, green

Quebec reported 123 new COVID-19 cases on Monday, bringing the total number of people infected to 373,112 since the start of the pandemic.

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