Kevin Dougherty is a Quebec City-based journalist for CBC News. Follow him on Twitter @doughertykr
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Plans for third bridge linking Quebec City to suburbs quickly becoming an election issue
The Liberals say construction on a third bridge across the St. Lawrence, between Quebec City and its south shore suburbs, will begin in 2026. That has drawn criticism from the Coalition Avenir Québec, which promises to get it done faster.
Someone is stealing lobsters from traps off Sainte-Anne-des-Monts in the Gaspé
A pilot project to determine whether lobster fishing is sustainable in an area on the north coast of the Gaspé Peninsula is being bedeviled by lobster thieves.
Kuujjuaq man charged with first-degree murder in death of Chloé Labrie
A 20-year-old Kuujjuaq man has been charged with the first-degree murder of Chloé Labrie, a 28-year-old medical technician who had worked in the Northern Quebec community for nearly four years.
Sloppy management, not corruption responsible for wasted tax dollars, says Quebec auditor general
Guylaine Leclerc, Quebec's auditor general, reported that the agency renting provincial government office space is lax in its negotiating practices, but she found there was no collusion between UPAC and AMF in directing business to one consulting firm, that was advising construction companies on how to win regulatory approval.
Police make arrest in death of Kuujjuaq health worker
The Sûreté du Québec have made an arrest in the death of 28-year-old Chloé Labrie, a health worker originally from Victoriaville.
Mother of paramedic found dead after mosque shooting wants more help for PTSD victims
The life of Andréanne Leblanc, a paramedic who treated the wounded after the January 2017 mosque shooting in Quebec City, came unravelled in the months that followed the attack. Her mother blames untreated PTSD.