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Baby dies in car after father forgets to bring child to Griffintown daycare
A six-month-old is dead after being left in a car when the father forgot to drop the baby off at daycare before going to work.
Alexandre Gendron guilty of 2nd-degree murder in pregnant girlfriend's death
The 12-person jury was told it could choose between second-degree murder, manslaughter and an acquittal. The verdict came two days after they were sequestered.
This hockey-loving Sudbury tot was supposed to be asleep — instead, he was making this adorable viral video
A lot of people predict that in about 15 years, a video of Eli Graveline of Sudbury, Ont., will re-surface when he's drafted to the NHL.
Ottawa makes deal with Quebec's Davie shipyard to buy icebreakers for coast guard
The Liberal government has concluded a deal with a Quebec shipyard to buy three medium icebreakers to relieve pressure on the Canadian Coast Guard’s aging fleet. It will give competitors 15 days to challenge the decision to award the contract to Chantier-Davie, of Levis, Que.
Quebec crane operators refuse order to return to work
Imagine Monkland street festival takes over NDG
Canadian government announces measures to help save key whale species
Quebec tests out helicopter ambulance service
Chief justice says Supreme Court can be powerful voice for rule of law amid global tumult
SAQ, Montreal restaurants remove Norman Hardie wines amid sexual misconduct claims
A Liberal government won't abolish Anglo school boards, Couillard vows
Mercier Bridge to partially close for 2 months (again) starting tonight
Fête nationale celebrations this weekend: What you need to know
Legal recreational marijuana: what you need to know
Quebec Health Minister Gaétan Barrette says comments on 'drugged' medevac passengers were 'misinterpreted'
Charles Krauthammer, McGill-educated U.S. conservative columnist, dead at 68
'Alexandre is not a monster': Mosque shooter's parents speak publicly for 1st time
$5M in debt, Montebello Rockfest files for insolvency protection
Province, city to pay for consultations on pedestrian bridge over new Turcot Interchange
How National Indigenous Peoples Day was celebrated in Montreal
Montreal diverting just 20% of its organic household waste, says auditor general
Canada 'working very hard' to curb number of migrant children held in detention
Hallelujah Handel! Montreal Baroque Festival salutes most popular composer of his era
Beer makers brew up idea to thwart provincial border sales restrictions
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