Brian Lapuz is a journalist with CBC Montreal.
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Six Nations chef brings modern Iroquois cuisine, food sovereignty to Montreal
Chef Rich Francis drove from Six Nations of the Grand River this week, not only to showcase his take on modern Iroquois cuisine, but to share how he puts the philosophy of food sovereignty in practice.
Mosques open to visitors, other faiths rally to fight bigotry during Muslim Awareness Week
Coinciding with the second anniversary of the Quebec City mosque shooting, the week has been organized by Muslims and people of other faiths to help change the negative perception of Muslims that some Quebecers appear to have.
Drummond Medical Building's shift to high-end residential units marks end of an era
For nearly a century, the stately art deco highrise served as a medical hub to Montrealers. But in a few months, the final clinics remaining are expected to shut their doors for good.
Parents file lawsuit against Quebec over delays in getting their child into speech therapy
The Quebec government has failed to provide "healthcare for a condition that requires immediate intervention," the lawsuit alleges, after the parents of a four year old with a motor speech disorder called apraxia say they were told she could only get services next year.
Concordia unveils Canada's first genome lab where 'robots do biology'
The university says the facility, known as the Genome Foundry, will help speed up experiments and increase their accuracy.
RBC error sees Montreal property owners slammed by fines
Several Montreal homeowners are facing fines for failing to pay their property taxes on time though it appears the missed payments are due to a mistake by the Royal Bank of Canada.
Tenants confused about eviction rules, Montreal housing advocates say
Tenants in Quebec can be evicted more easily than they might think, often leaving people who are told by their landlord they have to vacate their homes not knowing what to do, housing advocates say.
Mile End tenants say life in apartment intolerable since new owners took over
Tenants in a Mile End apartment building claim for the past four months, the new owners have made their lives unbearable through a number of means, in an attempt to force them to leave.
Once victim of bike theft, Montreal man aims to help others through online community
Rodrigo Gonzalez was convinced that the white and blue Specialized Secteur bike model for sale was his. So, he set up a meeting in a public area.