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Convicted pedophile stripped of priesthood by Montreal Archdiocese

With no appeal filed, Montreal Archbishop Christian Lepine has stripped Brian Boucher of his priesthood after he was convicted in Jan. 2019 for sexually assaulting two minors while he was serving as a priest.

Montreal airport to increase fees by $5 in 2021 after massive drop in passengers

As the flow of passenger traffic on airlines dries to a trickle, the Aeroports de Montreal (ADM) is following other Canadian airports’ lead and increased airport improvement fees for departing passengers at Montreal-Trudeau Airport (YUL).

Letter from the language police has a Montreal restaurant owner irate

The owner of the Montreal restaurant Kitchen73 is irate after a Thursday afternoon visit from an Office quebecois de la langue francais (OQLF) inspector, all while restaurants in Montreal aren’t even allowed to open to the public.

Nurses back down on plans to halt compulsory overtime this weekend

The members of the Quebec Interprofessional Healthcare Federation (FIQ) are giving up their 48-hour action without compulsory overtime (temps supplementaire obligatoire, TSO), which was to take place on the weekend (Oct. 24 and 25).

5 things to know for Friday, October 23, 2020

Canada has more than 23,400 active cases of COVID-19, with nearly 2,800 new cases added in the last day.

Hundreds of McGill University employees have worked without pay since August

Hundreds of teaching assistants and researchers at McGill University in Montreal have been working without pay since the beginning of August.

Two Montreal girls, 11 and 12, missing since mid-afternoon in apparently separate cases: police

Montreal police put out a late-night plea to the public on Thursday to look for two girls, ages 11 and 12, who haven’t been seen since mid-afternoon. Police said the girls appear to have gone missing separately — they don’t…

With troubling echoes of first wave in care home outbreaks, opposition slams Legault government

At least four long-term care homes in Quebec are dealing with outbreaks, including one with 120 cases, but the province’s health minister says the situation is under control.

Winter is Coming, on Monday, according to snow forecast for Montreal

Environment Canada is forecasting snow in the Montreal region on Monday, or even Sunday for some regions a little further out of the city.

It’s on: Trump, Biden face off in campaign’s final debate

U.S. President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden squared off Thursday night in their final debate, which stood as the trailing incumbent’s best chance to change the race’s trajectory with just 12 days until the election.