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Crucifix in Montreal council chambers coming down, executive committee says
Major renovations are about to get underway at City Hall, and the crucifix is being taken down for the work but will not be put back up when it's done.
Quebec's highest court rejects PQ election-night shooter Richard Bain's sentence appeal
The Quebec Court of Appeal has ruled Richard Bain will have to spend 20 years in prison before being allowed to apply for parole — upholding the original eligibility period initially imposed by Superior Court Justice Guy Cournoyer.
Man now accused of killing all 3 victims in Trois-Rivières triple homicide
René Kègle, 38, was charged with first-degree murder Wednesday in the deaths of Jean-Christophe Gilbert and Steve Lamy. He was already accused of murder in the death of Ophélie Martin-Cyr. The bodies of all three victims were discovered the same day.
Quebec's taxi bill opens door to ride-booking apps — with conditions
Bill 17, tabled Wednesday, imposes rules on Uber and other ride-booking apps, including a requirement to inform customers of the maximum fare they'd be charged before they accept a ride.
Montreal police looking for potential victims of alleged child-luring scam
Police say Cano Mendez Juan Manuel, 52, who was arrested on March 13, has been in contact with at least 10 girls between the ages of 14 and 17.
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New $1B border strategy will get tough on irregular asylum seekers
Québec Solidaire replaces PQ as second opposition party
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Sunny skies, warmer temperatures accompany first spring day in Montreal
Daycare groups to file 40,000-strong petition opposing CAQ's pre-K plan
Quebec municipalities already drafting spending plans for $500M surprise from feds
Montreal councillor for Loyola asks constituents to help borough plan park improvements
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