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Staff member, caregiver test positive for COVID-19 at Maimonides

A staff member and caregiver tested positive for COVID-19 at a Cote-St-Luc long-term care facility that was hit hard during the initial months of the pandemic.

Canadians’ grocery bills are increasing; pandemic to accelerate the trend: report

Canadians who have suspected their grocery bills have been rising over the years aren’t imagining it, according to a new report that found the price of food has been steadily increasing in the last decade, and the COVID-19 pandemic is…

Canada’s Felix Auger-Aliassime advances to second round in Hamburg

Montreal’s Felix Auger-Aliassime advanced to the second-round of the Hamburg Open clay-court tennis tournament with a 6-2, 7-6 (2) win over Italian Lorenzo Sonego on Tuesday.

Bombardier aerostructures sale comes into question, dragging shares to new low

Bombardier Inc. shares fell to a new low Tuesday after Spirit AeroSystems said some closing conditions on its planned acquisition of Bombardier’s aerostructures business remain unmet, injecting a degree of uncertainty into the deal.

17 suspects charged for drug, weapon trafficking in Montreal — four linked to attempted murder in 2019

Seventeen people have been charged in connection to drug and firearm trafficking in Montreal – four of which were allegedly directly involved in an attempted murder in Cote-des-Neiges in October 2019, according to police.

LIVE: Quebec COVID-19 update

Quebec Health Minister Christian Dube and health director Dr. Horacio Arruda provide an update on COVID-19 in Quebec, LIVE NOW

Quebec’s striking home daycare workers and Family Ministry begin mediation process

As 10,000 home daycare workers continue with day two of their strike a first mediation session got underway Tuesday morning.

Canada ‘at a crossroads’: COVID-19 will keep spreading if behaviours don’t change, Tam says

The latest federal modelling on the COVID-19 pandemic shows that in the short-term, Canada’s epidemic is set to keep growing, predicting up to 155,795 total cases and 9,300 deaths by Oct. 2, unless Canadians re-adopt the same degree of health…

Quebec reports 489 new cases of COVID-19 as hospitalizations increase by 20

Quebec health authorities reported 489 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, bringing the total number of cases in the province since the start of the pandemic to 68,617.

Police need help identifying man possibly abducted from Rivieres-des-Prairies gas station

Montreal police are asking for the public’s help in identifying a possible victim who appears to have been forced into a vehicle on Monday in Riviere-des-Prairies.