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Leylah Annie Fernandez, Rebecca Marino lead Canada vs Serbia in Billie Jean King Cup

Leylah Annie Fernandez and Rebecca Marino will play the singles matches for Canada in a Billie Jean King Cup playoff tie against host Serbia on Friday and Saturday.

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Quebec adds 15 new deaths due to COVID-19; seven more people in ICU and 1,513 new cases

Quebec reported 1,513 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, marking the 16th day in a row that new daily cases exceeded 1,000.

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Monteregie man gets a hefty fine and suspended licence after driving double the speed limit

A 50-year-old from Monteregie caught driving at double the speed limit on Highway 35 got a hefty ticket and his licence suspended this week.

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One dead, one injured after collision with moose in Lanaudiere

A collision between a car and a moose left one dead and one injured Wednesday night on Highway 348 in Lanaudière.

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Canada negotiating contracts to secure COVID-19 booster shots for next year: Anand

Canada’s procurement minister says she is in the midst of negotiating new vaccine contracts to nail down supplies of vaccine booster shots if they’re needed next year.

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Montreal’s Museum of Contemporary Art sets up camp nearby as renovations plan to stretch into 2024

Galerie Place Ville Marie, on Cathcart Street, west of Robert-Bourassa Boulevard, is just a few blocks away, about a ten-minute walk from the old spot.

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Calgary Flames put playoff pressure on Montreal Canadiens with 4-1 win over Habs

The Calgary Flames closed the gap on Montreal holding down the North Division’s final playoff spot with a 4-1 win Wednesday over the host Canadiens.

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Parks, trails and transit: city unveils ambitious billion-dollar plan for Parc Jean-Drapeau

The City of Montreal is promising green spaces, waterfront play areas and trails criss-crossing Ile Notre-Dame and Ile Sainte-Helene, with shuttle buses and boats to help people get to all of it.

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Dramatic crash in Sorel-Tracy after police use road spikes to stop stolen truck

A bystander captured a dramatic moment in Sorel-Tracy on Wednesday, as police used road spikes to stop a stolen truck.

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Recalled ‘toxic’ masks were worn by thousands of Quebec kids; feds say import rule wasn’t followed

For months, thousands of Quebec teens and preteens were made to wear masks that turned out to be potentially toxic, made with graphene. CTV has learned that the masks were subject to very little oversight and Health Canada wasn’t even…

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