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'Verdun culture' shines through in stories about the neighbourhood
A new project, Verdun Stories, is collecting anecdotes, short stories and other memories from people who live, have lived, or made memories there.
Pregnant NDG woman says she was dropped by her OB-GYN over a Facebook post
Courtney Orbin had difficulty accessing her doctor, so she posted on a private parents' Facebook group.
Pointe-Claire's The Pioneer bar set for demolition despite protest
The demolition notice that went up at the 117-year-old Pointe-Claire building that houses The Pioneer restaurant-bar is being met with defiance by residents who want the building to be preserved for its heritage value.
Robert Lepage acknowledges judgment error in developing Kanata production
The director met with 34 critics of his new production about Canada's settler history, Kanata. He says he is open to dialogue, but continues to defend his freedom to create.
Timbers hand Impact 1st tie in 22 games
Portland's Diego Valeri scored the lone second-half goal and the Timbers tied the Montreal Impact 2-2 on Saturday night to increase their MLS unbeaten streak to 13 games.
Rally calls on Canada to reissue moratorium on deportations to Haiti
2 Uncle Ben's rice varieties recalled in eastern Canada
Beijing Boom: Why Chinese tourists are visiting Montreal in record numbers
Man dies after 2 stabbed overnight on St-Laurent Blvd., 4 in custody
No Name chicken nuggets and Ritz 'bits' recalled for potential salmonella contamination
3 decades later, culprits finally confess to Inuvik heist for town's 60th birthday
Canine safety 101: Kids in Montreal daycamps learning how to be safe around dogs
Montrealer ditches law career to make a better electric skateboard
City halts construction work at troubled Mile End apartment
Shuttle service offers Montrealers without a car access to Quebec's national parks
Jonathan Bettez illegally arrested as police pressed for info about Cédrika Provencher, defence lawyer argues
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