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Quebecers worried Vermont landfill project could pollute their drinking water
Some people in the Eastern Townships are furious about the plan to increase the capacity of the only landfill in Vermont.
Shuttle service offers Montrealers without a car access to Quebec's national parks
The service has three main destinations: Mont-Tremblant, Mont-Orford and Mauricie national parks.
100 Quebec black bears slaughtered as part of gallbladder-trafficking ring, officials say
The poaching ring allegedly killed black bears in Quebec for their gallbladders, which are worth a small fortune on the black market, shipping them mainly to Asia.
Provinces agree to raise personal exemption for interprovincial booze sales
The amount of liquor individuals can bring across a provincial boundary for personal use is set to double, following a deal struck at the Council of the Federation meetings late Thursday in Saint Andrews, N.B.
Body of a man pulled from Lac St-Louis after kayak capsizes
Members of the Montreal Fire Department spent several hours Thursday on Lac Saint-Louis looking for a man who fell into the water after his kayak capsized.
Man killed during high-speed police chase in Trois-Rivières
A twist on exhibitionism: iPhone users receiving nude photos anonymously on Montreal Metro
Body of 2nd fisherman found near Pointe-des-Cascades, days after pair went missing
Beaconsfield man seeking to launch a class-action lawsuit after contaminated blood pressure drug recall
Downtown Montreal power outage leaves 9,000 in the dark
Sherbrooke man in his 20s dead following altercation overnight
Quebec police officer found guilty of speeding, causing death of 5-year-old
Quebec MP Christine Moore cleared on sexual misconduct claims, will remain in caucus
Dispatches from Quebec's Lower North Shore: Who drinks coffee through a straw?
Greenpeace activists arrested after scaling Big O in protest of Trans Mountain
Hudson residents, officials call on drivers to stop speeding
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