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CP Rail board reviewing next steps after Norfolk formally rejects revised offer

Main pic: This Oct. 23, 2014 file photo shows a Norfolk Southern locomotive on Chicago’s south side. THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP/M. Spencer Green, File. MONTREAL — Canadian Pacific Railway’s board is meeting

News

Report paints grim picture of violence against native women in Quebec

Min pic: Agnes Beauvais McDonald, left to right, her daughter Cheryl McDonald and Viviane Michel, president of the Quebec Native Women Inc. listen to speeches during the release of a report

News

Quebec police look for clues in death of young girl who vanished in 2007

Main pic: Roadside posters for missing girl Cedrika Provencher are shown in Trois-Rivieres, Que., on Wednesday, Aug. 29, 2007. Police in Quebec are continuing their search today for clues into the

Sports

QMJHL Roundup December 14: Blais scores twice, Tigres down Sagueneens 7-5

VICTORIAVILLE, Que. — Samuel Blais scored twice and Gabriel Gagne chipped in with three assists as the Victoriaville Tigres downed the visiting Chicoutimi Sagueneens 7-5 on Sunday in Quebec Major

Sports

15 game suspension for Saint John Sea Dogs forward Bokondji Imama

BOUCHERVILLE, Que. — Saint John Sea Dogs forward Bokondji Imama was suspended for 15 games by the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League on Sunday for his actions in an 8-5

International National

Bags with brains among enRoute’s hottest travel trends for 2015

MONTREAL — What have been the hottest travel trends of the year? According to Air Canada’s enRoute magazine, “bags with brains” are among the top high-tech innovations. The Bluesmart suitcase,

Sports

Quebecer John (The Bull) Makdessi loses by split decision at UFC 194

LAS VEGAS — Montreal lightweight John (The Bull) Makdessi, returning after a broken jaw in a loss to Donald (Cowboy) Cerrone, lost a split decision to Yancy Medeiros on the

Business

10% drop in Saint Lawrence Seaway use

MONTREAL — The St. Lawrence Seaway is expected to end the year with cargo traffic down almost 10 per cent, but the weather phenomenon known as El Nino and a

News

Syrian refugees reunited with families “a real Christmas present”

Main pic: Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard helps a newly-arrived refugee from Syria try on a winter coat at Montreal’s Pierre Elliot Trudeau international airport, on Saturday, Dec. 12, 2015. THE

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Missing since 2007, 9-year-old Cedrika Provencher’s body found

TROIS RIVIERES, Que. — Quebec provincial police have found the remains of a girl who went missing in 2007 when she was nine years old. Police confirmed late Saturday that

Sports

Canadiens take 3-1 win over Senators, end losing streak

Main Pic: Montreal Canadiens’ Jeff Petry (26) celebrates with teammate Dale Weise (22) after scoring against the Ottawa Senators during second period NHL hockey action, in Montreal, on Saturday, Dec.

Sports

QMJHL Roundup 13 December: Sagueneens over Armada in overtime and more

CHICOUTIMI, Que. — Gabryel Paquin-Boudreau scored his second of the game 1:08 into overtime to lift the Chicoutimi Sagueneens to a 4-3 victory over the Blainville-Boisbriand Armada on Saturday in

News

Plane full of Syrian refugees to land in Montreal tonight

MONTREAL — A second federal government planeload of Syrian refugees is to arrive in Montreal tonight. Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard is expected to be on hand to greet the refugees

Politics

PM Trudeau praises Quebec’s “rigorous approach” to physician-assisted dying

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau responds to reporters’ questions at a news conference, while Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard, right, looks on at the Premier’s Quebec City office, on Friday, Dec. 11,