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Convicted killer Adelle Sorella released from prison while waiting for appeal
A jury found Sorella guilty of second-degree murder in the deaths of her two daughters, Amanda and Sabrina De Vito last year.
COVID-19 in Quebec: What you need to know on Friday
New rules for Quebec bars, including earlier closing times and reduced capacity, come into effect today.
Partner of man believed to have abducted his daughters pleads for him to reach out
The partner of Martin Carpentier, who police believe may have abducted his two daughters and is the subject of an Amber Alert in Quebec, has released a video pleading for him to contact family members.
After surge in COVID-19 cases linked to house parties, Montérégie towns make masks mandatory
It all started with a house party of more than 100 people in the Montérégie, some of whom then went to a bar later that night. Now, more than 70 people at the party have tested positive for the virus, say health officials who are scrambling to contain the outbreak.
STM gradually resuming front-door boarding, ticket validation starting July 20
STM says by the end of August, customers will also be able to see how busy a bus is on their website.
How the myth of the Montreal street gang led to more street checks on Black youths
Point of View: The Oka Crisis — looking forward after 30 years
Canada's hardest-hit nursing homes lost 40% of residents in just 3 months of the pandemic
CAQ government's third attempt at reforming immigration program faces fresh round of criticism
Quebec to crack down on bars with 1 a.m. closing time, reduced capacity
Montreal removes Cabot Square bench that deterred passersby from sitting for too long
How does COVID-19 affect the vascular system?
New wave of sexual assault allegations in Quebec washes over social media
Mandatory masks in Côte Saint-Luc a success, mayor says, but provincewide rule would help
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