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Education minister won't say if cabinet approved transfer of 3 EMSB schools to Pointe-de-l'Île board
Jean-François Roberge says a decision has been made about the fate of three English Montreal School Board schools, but he won't be revealing it until parents are notified first.
Hampstead tenants devastated by developer's plans to bulldoze their apartments
Tenants in a pair of apartment blocks say they're heartbroken and confused after being notified by letter and a sign on the front lawn that their buildings could be demolished to make way for a nine-storey apartment complex.
Body of Abitibi man, missing since December, found near lake
Provincial police have confirmed that a body discovered near a lake in Senneterre, Que., on June 10 is that of Charlie Wapachee, who went missing in December 2018.
Montreal secures Quebec support for part of Pink line — a tramway from downtown to Lachine
Montreal Mayor Valérie Plante says she's struck a deal to go ahead with the western portion of her promised Pink line — turning over federal infrastructure money earmarked for Montreal to Quebec City's tramway project, in return for provincial support.
Montreal group would be happy to split Rays home games with Tampa Bay
The man at the helm of a group trying to bring Major League Baseball back to Montreal says a plan for the Tampa Bay Rays to split games between Quebec's biggest city and Florida is "groundbreaking."
Record number of West Nile cases reported in Montérégie, public health officials warn
Quebec religious symbols law 'dangerous and un-Canadian,' says Manitoba premier
Montreal International Jazz Festival goes Sud-Ouest