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Trudeau says pot will be legal as of Oct. 17, 2018
The Senate has passed the contentious bill to legalize cannabis, but Canadians cannot legally light up for several weeks to give provinces time to set up a retail regime, Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould warned today.
Verdun beach project delayed as officials test water quality, wait for fish to spawn
Swimmers still can't use the public beach originally slated to open in 2017 as part of Montreal's 375th anniversary celebration because of water quality concerns.
NDG Food Depot gets new name, expanded mandate
Now called the Depot Community Food Centre, the 30-year-old agency in Montreal's Notre-Dame-de-Grâce neighbourhood is partnering with a Canada-wide network of anti-poverty groups.
Canada aims to avoid detaining migrant children, but it happens
The U.S. is the focus of international outrage for its policy of detaining children and separating them from their parents after they cross the border seeking asylum. But Canada has also detained migrant children — despite its stated policy to do whatever possible to avoid it.
National Film Board funds 35 Indigenous-led projects; says more work to be done
Old Montreal merchant feels the pinch as construction hits during peak tourist season
Photographer embarks on canoe trip into 19th century, from Montreal to Thunder Bay
Drummondville's only English elementary school gets $6M to expand
A jazz lover's guide to the 2018 Montreal International Jazz Festival
How the federal Conservatives handed the Liberals their first byelection loss since 2013
Senate passes pot bill, paving way for legal cannabis in 8 to 12 weeks
Quebec mosque shooting equivalent to terrorism, says prosecutor
Towering Montreal preteen impresses even NBA stars
Choir's 38-year union with Chelsea church hits sour note