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Montreal man accused in Flint airport attack denied bail

FLINT, Mich. — A Canadian man accused of stabbing an airport police officer in Flint, Mich., will remain in jail while his case proceeds. Joan Morgan, a lawyer for Amor

International News

Amor Ftouhi, man accused in Flint airport attack denied bond

In this undated photo released by the FBI, Amor Ftouhi is shown. Ftouhi, a Canadian man accused of stabbing an airport police officer in Flint, Mich., is returning to court

News

Man dies in hospital after being shot by police

MONTREAL — Quebec’s police watchdog is investigating a police shooting in Montreal on Tuesday evening that claimed the life of a 58-year-old man. The Independent Investigations Bureau say police were

News

Ex-customs agent sentenced to 11 years in Quebec for role in cocaine case

SAINT-JEAN-SUR-RICHELIEU, Que. — A former customs agent has been given an 11-year prison term for turning a blind eye to the importation of 182 kilograms of cocaine into Canada. A

Business

Competition Bureau of Canada gives $4.4B Couche-Tard deal green light

LAVAL, Que. — The Competition Bureau of Canada is giving the green light to Alimentation Couche-Tard (TSX.ATD.B) to purchase its American fuel and convenience store rival CST Brands Inc., provided

National News

Quebec man killed in two-vehicle collision in northwestern Ontario

KENORA, Ont. — Police say a Montreal man has died in a two-vehicle collision in northwestern Ontario. Ontario Provincial Police say the crash occurred Monday on Highway 17, west of

Arts & Culture News

Fete nationale parade organizers apologize for float pushed by black teenagers

MONTREAL — Organizers of the Fete nationale parade are apologizing to people who were upset by the sight of black teenagers pushing a float carrying a white singer. Footage of

News

Some residents fume as Montreal’s three supervised injection sites inaugurated

Montreal’s three supervised injection sites were officially inaugurated Monday, but not everyone in one of the areas was thrilled about the new neighbour. Daniel Marangere fumed as Mayor Denis Coderre,

Business International

Canadian lumber producers face average 27 per cent duties with second wave

A worker tidies up the wood pile at a lumber yard Tuesday, April 25, 2017 in Montreal. Canada’s softwood lumber industry faces average duties of about 27 per cent after

National Sports

Toronto FC hosts Impact in second leg of championship as rivalry continues

United States’ Michael Bradley celebrates after scoring against Mexico during a World Cup soccer qualifying match at the Azteca Stadium in Mexico City, Sunday June 11, 2017. Michael Bradley says

News

Ottawa and Quebec announce investments to protect St. Lawrence River

MONTREAL — Ottawa and Quebec announced plans Monday to invest $57.5 million over five years to continue to work together for a healthy St. Lawrence River. The partnership will allow

Sports

Montreal Alouettes sign veteran quarterback Drew Willy to one-year contract

MONTREAL — The Montreal Alouettes signed veteran quarterback Drew Willy to a one-year contract Monday. Willy played for the Toronto Argonauts and Winnipeg Blue Bombers last season. He was released

Business International

Canadian lumber producers brace for second round of softwood lumber duties

Cedar planks are stacked at a lumber yard, Tuesday, April 25, 2017 in Montreal. Canada’s softwood lumber industry is bracing for a second wave of U.S. duties expected to come

Politics

Trudeau celebrates St-Jean-Baptiste day in Montreal with his family

MONTREAL — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was among the many people attending Fete nationale celebrations in Quebec on Saturday. Trudeau was mobbed by crowds as he visited a street party