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Amber Alert issued for father, 2 children missing in Quebec
An Amber Alert has been issued in Quebec as provincial police search for a 44-year-old man and his two daughters, ages 11 and six.
Quebec to crack down on bars with 1 a.m. closing time, reduced capacity
The new rules come into effect Friday, in response to a flare-up of infections on Montreal's South Shore linked to a Brossard bar and two house parties.
New wave of sexual assault allegations in Quebec washes over social media
A Montreal legal clinic is getting calls from people seeking help after they posted allegations of assault online.
Mandatory masks in Côte Saint-Luc a success, mayor says, but provincewide rule would help
Most Côte Saint-Luc businesses, residents and visitors are complying with mandatory mask law in place since July 1.
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New guidelines for Montreal police street checks will accomplish little, activist says
Promises by Montreal's police chief to conduct street checks in a less discriminatory manner are ringing hollow for community members who have been advocating for an end to the practice shown to disproportionately target people of colour.
Refugee and immigrant students breathe new life into classic Quebec song
Montrealer Rita Baga makes a splash on Canada's Drag Race
COVID-19 in Quebec: What you need to know on Thursday
NCAA's top basketball programs have their eyes on Sun Youth's Wilguens Exacte Jr.
Eliminating COVID-19 cases in Canada will exact too heavy a toll on society, health experts say
Montreal police's new street check policy draws criticism
How risky is my manicure? Your COVID-19 questions answered
Via Rail cutting about 1,000 jobs amid struggles over COVID-19 pandemic
COVID-19: What has reopened, and what is still closed in Quebec
Montreal Impact set for MLS tournament opener against New England Revolution
Doctor accused in Campbellton, N.B., COVID-19 outbreak won't face criminal charges, says lawyer
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Hot and humid weather expected to persist through Saturday, Environment Canada says
Self-isolating Quebecer warns visitors to avoid New Brunswick after confrontation on beach
Montreal activists lay out blueprint for defunding police
After her 16-year-old daughter was violently arrested, mother wants SPVM chief to meet with her
Testing ramped up, businesses shut on Montreal's South Shore following COVID-19 outbreak
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