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Passerby severely injured after Montreal police chase ends in series of collisions
Quebec's police watchdog (BEI) says a 42-year-old woman was severely injured after she was hit by a police cruiser during a chase on Sherbrooke Street East earlier today.
PQ holds campaign 'post-mortem', tries to chart course back from the brink
The former leader blames October's result — which saw his party go from 28 to 10 seats in the National Assembly and lose official party status — on Quebecers' desire to get rid of the Liberals at all costs.
'I can't sleep': Friends of missing kayaker search river for signs he's alive
The distraught friends of 27-year-old Alexander Okonski continue to search for him, three days after his abandoned kayak turned up along the Ottawa River shoreline.
Santa Claus parade brings Christmas magic to Montreal
Santa and the Christmas Fairy are took a break from their busy schedules in order to participate.
Uteck Bowl: Rouge et Or obliterate X-Men 63-0
Quarterback Hugo Richard completed 22-of-27 passes for 327 yards and five touchdowns as the Laval Rouge et Or romped to a 63-0 victory over the visiting St. Francis Xavier X-Men on Saturday in the Uteck Bowl.
The drug that changed a Montrealer's life is no longer available — it costs $1M per dose
Early snowfall a blessing for Quebec skiers, geting in first tracks of the season
Inuk woman's tell-tale botulism symptoms would have been taken seriously if she'd been white, says her widower
Parcel backlog mounting as CUPW rejects latest offer from Canada Post
Sun Youth move won't stop it from feeding 20,000 people during holidays
57-year-old man dies in Quebec City fire
Quebec government worried about elimination of Ontario's French Language commissioner
Tall business owner finds a small niche selling big shoes
Why Doug Ford's Franco-Ontarian cost-cutting could spell trouble for Andrew Scheer
Canada's rushed rollout of legal cannabis has been a gift to the illegal market
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