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Men from Chateauguay, Mirabel and Joliette arrested on child pornography charges

Ghislain Brault, 55, from Châteauguay; Jonathan Beaudry, 44, from St-Paul-de-Joliette; and Mario Vincent, 56, from Mirabel were all arrested on Oct. 20 or 21 for possessing, acquiring and producing child pornography, police say.

Global pandemic is no match for Montreal UNIQLO hype, judging by store’s opening-day lineup

If a global pandemic didn’t stop them, major construction and the long lineup didn’t stand a chance. Montrealers arrived in droves for the opening of the local store of UNIQLO, the Japanese clothing brand.

COVID-19 outbreak at Santa Cabrini hospital in Montreal; ‘massive screening’ underway

Montreal health authorities are asking all patients who have recently visited the Santa Cabrini hospital in the city’s east end to get a COVID-19 test after an outbreak among emergency room staff there.

Move to Canada? A pipe dream for some Americans is a parachute for Canadian expats

Ask some of the roughly 800,000 Canadians who live in the U.S. about moving to Canada if Donald Trump wins the election and the prospect becomes one of three things: a parachute, a very real possibility or an honest-to-God plan…

Montreal family searching for answers after traumatic labour leaves woman with physical, mental disabilities

Laurlyn Ley was nearly 42 weeks pregnant when she headed to St. Mary’s Hospital in Montreal to deliver her daughter in May. But things took a turn for the worst – and the family is still trying to figure out…

Bottas sets the best F1 time in Portimao, Stroll back behind the wheel after positive COVID-19 test

Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas set the fastest time in the first free practice session of the Formula 1 Portuguese Grand Prix.

Montreal police seek tractor-trailer driver involved in Dorval hit-and-run

Montreal police are looking for the driver of a white tractor-trailor they say is connected to a hit-and-run.

Quebec’s Ile d’Orleans Bridge design unveiled — but not the price tag

Quebecers now know what the new Ile d’Orleans bridge will look like, but they don’t know how much it will cost.

Quebec reports 905 new cases of COVID-19, 12 more deaths

Quebec health authorities reported 905 new cases of COVID-19 in the province on Friday, bringing the total number of cases since the start of the pandemic to 98,226.

Weekend Traffic: Unless you’re on a road crew, avoid the highways around Nuns’ Island

Montreal road construction projects will see Highway 20 between the Saint-Pierre and Turcot Interchanges, Bonaventure Highway (A-10) and Highway 15 from Nuns’ Island and the Turcot more than frustrating to navigate, and it is wise to avoid them.