Top 5 at 5: Montreal stories
Each day, we bring you a list of Top 5 stories. Sometimes they're the most read stories of the day, other times we focus on a specific region or category.
Today, we bring you the most viewed stories from the CBC News Montreal page.
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- Quebec will sue big tobacco, health minister says
It's been nearly three years since the national assembly passed legislation setting the stage for a multi-billion dollar lawsuit against big tobacco firms.
Now, time is running out before a June 2012 court deadline.
- Asbestos opponent targets Montreal merchant, volunteer
Anti-asbestos activists are pressuring a pair of health institutions to cut ties with a Montreal-based asbestos exporter.
Asbestos opponent Stacy Cattran is leading a letter-writing campaign against Roshi Chadha, an executive with Seja Trade Ltd., a Montreal-based company that exports the mineral to India.
- Gilles Duceppe insists he's finished with politics
Former Bloc Québécois leader Gilles Duceppe has announced he won't be returning to politics nor joining the Parti Québécois ranks, as rumoured.
In a short statement issued Sunday, Duceppe said he is staying out of active politics to "defend his integrity and rebuild his reputation" after a Montreal newspaper reported he used public funds to pay Bloc employees.
- Dog electrocuted in Montreal's Outremont
An apparent electrical malfunction in Montreal's Outremont neighbourhood has killed a dog and injured another.
Lily, a three-year-old foster rescue, was electrocuted on Côte-Ste-Catherine Road near Villeneuve Street Tuesday night while out for a walk with owner Kelly Downs.
- ADQ votes for CAQ merger
Quebec's most popular political party has officially joined forces with another, smaller party - the Action démocratique du Québec.
Members of the ADQ voted to approve the merger with the new Coalition Avenir Québec (CAQ), which promises to set aside the debate on sovereignty.
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