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TSB investigating collision between drone and plane in Quebec

MONTREAL — The Transportation Safety Board of Canada is investigating last week’s collision between a drone and a commercial aircraft near Quebec City. The Beech King Air A100 with two

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Stamps, dishes, books among objects retrieved from parliament dig site

Chief archaeologist at the Pointe A Calliere museum Louise Pothier holds an artifact taken from the site of the old Parliament of the United Province of Canada during a news

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Father of slain Quebec officer Thierry LeRoux asking feds for stricter gun rules

MONTREAL — The father of a slain Quebec police officer wants to see the federal government tighten restrictions on who can have weapons. Michel LeRoux says he wrote to Public

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When no one wants to run for mayor: Quebec’s small-town democracy deficit

Candiac Mayor Normand Dyotte is seen Monday, October 16, 2017 in Candiac, Que. Mayor Dyotte was unopposed and is already acclaimed in the upcoming municipal elections. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Paul Chiasson.

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Tornado struck town in Quebec’s Laurentians region Sunday: Environment Canada

MONTREAL — Environment Canada is confirming a tornado struck the Laurentians town of Mont-Laurier on Sunday afternoon. The agency said today an analysis of photos and video led them to

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Longueuil police seeking suspect in dinnertime slaying of man, 18

LONGUEUIL, Que. — Montreal-area police say they are still looking for a suspect in the slaying of an 18-year-old man on Sunday night. A dispute between two men escalated and

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Quebec provincial police probe slaying involving retired former officer

ROBERVAL, Que. — Quebec provincial police say they’ve opened a homicide investigation into the slaying of one of their former members. Police identified the victim today as Norbert Fortin, 64,

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Updated: No injuries in Quebec train derailment

Workers clear up debris after a train derailment Friday, October 13, 2017 Laval, Que., east of Montreal. Four empty tankers fell into the river and no injuries were reported.THE CANADIAN

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Montreal actress Erika Rosenbaum alleges Harvey Weinstein sexually harassed her

A Montreal actress has joined a growing chorus of women accusing embattled Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein of sexual harassment or sexual assault. In an interview with the CBC, Erika Rosenbaum

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Plane suffered minor damage after hitting drone near Quebec City: Garneau

QUEBEC — A collision between a commercial aircraft and a drone near Quebec City’s airport last week highlights the potential danger posed by unmanned aerial vehicles, authorities and aircraft experts

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Unethical uses of AI need scrutiny to maintain public support: pioneers

Computer Science professor Yoshua Bengio poses at his home in Montreal on November 19, 2016. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Graham Hughes MONTREAL — Two artificial intelligence pioneers warn that unscrupulous or unethical

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Man dies after falling five storeys from downtown Montreal building

MONTREAL — A 33-year-old man died after falling five storeys from a downtown Montreal building at the site of an Amnesty International fundraiser, the human rights group confirmed Saturday. The

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Four-year-old boy dead, two injured in fire in Quebec’s Eastern Townships

DUNHAM, Que. — A four-year-old boy has died in a fire that destroyed a home in Quebec’s Eastern Townships region last night. Quebec provincial police say the boy’s mother and

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Teen charged with murder in slaying 14-year-old in northern Quebec village

INUKJUAK, Que. — A 17-year-old boy has been charged with first-degree murder in the slaying of a teenage girl this summer in the remote northern Quebec village of Inukjuak. Provincial