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Tam urges Thanksgiving caution amid recent rise in cases of COVID-19

Canada’s top public health officer is urging people to plan ahead to make sure this year’s Thanksgiving holiday is safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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A motorcyclist is dead following a crash on Highway 15

A 28-year-old motorcyclist is dead following a crash on Highway 15 in St-Jerome on Sunday.

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Doctors: Trump’s blood oxygen level dropped twice recently

U.S. President Donald Trump’s blood oxygen level dropped suddenly twice in recent days, his doctors revealed Sunday as they continued to evade basic questions about his health during treatment for COVID-19. Still, they said he ‘continued to improve’ and suggested…

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Three Gaspe municipalities declared red zones as of Monday night

The COVID-19 alert level for three more Quebec municipalities will be elevated to the highest level as of Monday night, the provincial government announced on Sunday.

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Two street racers in Quebec City pick up thousands of dollars in fines, vehicles seized

A couple of young street racers picked up thousands of dollars worth of fines, had their licenses suspended and vehicles seized overnight in Quebec City.

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‘I wasn’t afraid of death,’ kidnapped British diplomat James Cross said upon release

Just two days after he was freed, a British diplomat kidnapped by Quebec nationalists told Canadian officials he did not fear being killed in captivity. Rather, James Cross worried what would become of his wife should he be murdered by…

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Montreal surpasses 35,000 COVID-19 cases, renews state of emergency

Montreal public health authorities announced that 35,167 people have now tested positive for COVID-19 on the island and 3,483 have died due to the disease since the start of the pandemic.

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Quebec police being investigated after man shot dead in shootout

A 41-year-old man was shot and killed by Quebec provincial police Sunday morning in Saint-Agapit, about 40 minutes southwest of Quebec City, and Quebec’s police watchdog is investigating.

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G2 driver’s move from Toronto to Montreal interrupted by stunt driving charge on Hwy. 401 in eastern Ontario: OPP

Ontario Provincial Police say a G2 driver needed a taxi to finish her move to Montreal this weekend after being stopped for speeding on Highway 401.

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Quebec coroner’s office to launch public inquest into Joyce Echaquan’s death

The Quebec coroner’s office says it will launch a public inquest into the death of Joyce Echaquan, the Indigenous woman who died in a Quebec hospital after filming staff insulting her.

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