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City of Laval to honour Pocket Rocket with art display at Place Bell arena

Former Montreal Canadiens Henri Richard reponds to questions Friday, June 1, 2007 in Ottawa.The city of Laval, Que., is asking artists to submit ideas for a display honouring former Montreal

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Ultra low-cost airline battle heats up as Canada Jetlines prepares to launch

MONTREAL — The ultra low-cost airline battle is heating up as fledgling airline Canada Jetlines prepares to take on WestJet’s efforts to regain its mantle as the country’s low-cost leader.

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Judge authorizes class-action lawsuit after major 2016 snowstorm

MONTREAL — A Quebec judge has authorized a class-action lawsuit related to the debacle on two Montreal highways last March that left hundreds of motorists stranded after a massive snowstorm.

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Concordia University issues warning after sex assault, drugging reports

Montreal’s Concordia University is warning students in the wake of at least two alleged sexual assaults. The university says female students were assaulted in both cases after being contacted through

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Bombardier says Airbus deal increasing confidence but no new C Series sales talks

MONTREAL — Bombardier Inc. said its deal with Airbus has yet to ignite new sales discussions, but existing efforts have yielded results as the manufacturer announced a potential order with

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Quebec coroner says Jehovah’s Witnesses died after giving birth

Eloise Dupuis is shown in a handout photo provided by her aunt, Manon Boyer. A Quebec coroner has studied the circumstances surrounding the deaths of two Jehovah’s Witnesses, including Dupuis,

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Environment Canada says southern Quebec smog alert could last until Wednesday

MONTREAL — Environment Canada says a smog alert it issued for southern Quebec late Sunday is expected to continue through Tuesday and possibly into Wednesday morning. The areas of the

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Quebec optimistic World Anti-Doping Agency will vote Thursday to remain in Montreal

Christine St-Pierre is sworn in as Minister of International Relations and the Francophonie of the new Liberal cabinet at the National Assembly in Quebec City on October 11, 2017. THE

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Amid complaints, Quebec town forbids nudity in pool locker rooms

A Montreal-area town has decided to forbid all nudity in the locker rooms of its municipal pools — a level of discretion that has one man wondering if it doesn’t

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Former women’s hockey rivals Ouellette, Chu announce birth of daughter

Julie Chu (left) and Caroline Ouellette (right), former captains of the Canadian and U.S. women’s hockey teams, have had a baby, shown in a post from Ouellette’s Instagram feed. The

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Home-schooler, religious groups cautiously optimistic about Quebec school bill

A police officer enters a suspected illegal school where a youth protection operation is underway Wednesday, June 1, 2016 in Montreal. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Paul Chiasson MONTREAL — A Quebec education

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Resident angry after Montreal war monument vandalized on Remembrance Day

A war memorial defaced with spray paint is shown in Montreal in this Sunday, Nov. 12, 2017 handout photo. A Montreal man said he and other residents were shocked and

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Montrealers protest against racism and Quebec’s religious neutrality bill

Protesters opposing Bill 62 and racism march during a demonstration in Montreal, Sunday, November 12, 2017. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Graham Hughes MONTREAL — Hundreds of protesters marched through the streets of

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Catherine Proulx scores as Montreal beats Cape Breton for first national title

WINNIPEG — Catherine Proulx scored in the 43rd minute as the Montreal Carabins beat the Cape Breton Capers 1-0 on Sunday to win their first U Sports women’s soccer national