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A bullet shattered a woman’s windshield after shoot out in Montreal

Montreal police are investigating after multiple gunshots were fired in the St. Henri borough, one of which shattered a passing car’s window.

An 82-year-old man has died as the result of a hit-and-run in Montreal

Police in Montreal are looking for a driver involved in a hit-and-run collision, in which an octogenarian was killed.

Pregnant immigrant pays $7,000 in medical bills as she waits on status approval

A Montreal-area couple expecting a child wants an end to the bureaucratic backlog after spending $7,000 to cover medical bills.

Montreal Impact forward Romell Quioto suspended an additional game

Montreal Impact forward Romell Quioto was suspended for an additional match, two matches total, on Friday night by Major League Soccer.

Plaza Pointe-Claire is for sale, leading to questions about its future

Plaza Pointe-Claire is up for sale, and that’s leading to questions about its future. The mall has been a popular spot for the community since the 1950s, but its 92-year-old owner has decided it was time to sell.

Pandemic pastimes: Montreal artists boosted by soaring guitar sales

During COVID-19 confinement, many people took up hobbies like baking, puzzle-making, and music.

Man shot on the street in Montreal North, shooter flees

A man in his 30s is recovering in hospital after he was shot on a Montreal North street on Friday evening. Montreal police say several calls were made to 911 at 5:45 p.m. by people who said they heard gunshots…

Recall issued on smoked salmon sold at a Verdun bagel shop

Quebec food safety officials have issued a recall on smoked salmon sold at a Verdun bagel shop. The recall concerns smoked salmon sold in various sizes from Bagel St-Lo at 5411 Verdun Ave. in Montreal.

Family members demand answers as Kanesatake seniors’ home prolongs closure

The Riverside Elder’s home has had its doors closed to all visitors since the first week of March, following the COVID-19 guidelines provided by the Emergency Response Unit (ERU) and Health Centre. And according to a variety of sources who…

More Quebecers will be eligible for free flu shots this year: here’s when and where to get one

A significantly higher number of people who weren’t officially covered by last year’s free influenza vaccine program in Quebec will now be eligible to get the flu shot this season, according to the provincial health ministry website.