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American tourist in critical condition in Montreal after four-storey fall

Montreal police say a tourist from California is in critical condition after falling four storeys early this morning. The incident took place at a popular bar in the Gay Village

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Updated: Protesters opposing a right wing group clash with Quebec City police

MONTREAL — Tensions boiled over in Quebec City on Sunday, as police were pelted by beer bottles and smoke bombs set off in garbage cans in an ugly end to

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Quebec ticket takes Saturday night’s $7 million Lotto 649 jackpot

TORONTO — Saturday night’s $7 million Lotto 649 jackpot was won by a ticket sold in Quebec. And the draw’s guaranteed $1 million prize went to a ticket holder in

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Quebec thieves leave stolen goods behind during early-morning robbery

LAVAL, Que. — Police say thieves who broke into a Quebec department store early this morning accidentally lost hundreds of thousands in stolen goods as they fled. Laval police received

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Protesters opposing a right wing group clash with Quebec City police

A demonstrator displays a banner during an anti-racism demonstration, in Quebec City on Sunday, August 20, 2017. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jacques Boissinot MONTREAL — Tensions boiled over in Quebec City on

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From panhandlers to street musicians, not everyone is ready for cashless society

MONTREAL — The sound of Anthony Lovison’s singing echoes through the corridors of the Montreal subway, reaching commuters’ ears long before they see the young brown-haired man and his guitar.

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Quebec thieves leave stolen goods behind during early-morning robbery

LAVAL, Que. — Police say thieves who broke into a Quebec department store early this morning accidentally lost hundreds of thousands in stolen goods as they fled. Laval police received

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Montreal mayor and police chief apologize for past anti-LGBTQ raids and arrests

Montreal’s mayor and police chief are apologizing for the way LGBTQ people were treated in the city from the 1960s to the 1990s. Mayor Denis Coderre said today he is

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Crown wants 9- year sentence for man convicted of attempting to leave to join ISIL

MONTREAL — The Crown is seeking a nine-year prison sentence for a man convicted of attempting to leave Canada to join the Islamic State. The defence has countered with a

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Quebec’s debate on religious accommodation has migrated to the bus and subway

MONTREAL — Quebec’s public transportation systems are the latest target in the ongoing debate in the province over religion and identity. Neither Montreal’s transit authority nor unions representing bus and subway drivers wanted to comment Thursday on

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Figures show nearly 7,000 asylum seekers nabbed at Quebec border over six weeks

An asylum seeker checks his phone next to a tent at the Canada-United States border in Lacolle, Que. Thursday, August 10, 2017. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Graham Hughes LACOLLE, Que. — Almost

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Quebec town of North Hatley buzzing with visit by Clintons

When Nicole Dumontet found out the Clinton family would be staying at the renowned Manoir Hovey in the small Quebec town of North Hatley, booking a room at the same

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Canadians killed in Burkina Faso remembered for wanting to bring change

Security forces stand guard outside a cafe and a restaurant that was attacked by suspected Islamic extremists in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, Monday, Aug. 14 , 2017. The death toll is

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Body of missing McGill University music professor found in Montreal

Eleanor Stubley is shown in a handout photo. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO-Allison Cordner Photography MONTREAL — The dean of McGill University’s Schulich School of Music says professor Eleanor Stubley, whose body