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Quit socializing for next month to stop COVID spread, Quebec health minister pleads
Health Minister Christian Dubé is asking Quebecers to keep to themselves and avoid all social gatherings for the next 28 days.
Doctors in Quebec long-term care hospitals lean on each other as second wave begins
During the first wave of the pandemic, doctors working in long-term care hospitals felt very alone. Now, as they gear up for the second wave, they are sharing their experiences and finding support in a new online forum. CBC Montreal's Debra Arbec speaks with Dr. Élise Boulanger of CHSLD Father Dowd.
Montreal hospitals close beds due to staff shortages, space constraints
Montreal’s Maisonneuve-Rosemont hospital has closed 36 beds due in part to the widespread nursing shortage that is leaving medical facilities across the province. The nearby Santa Cabrini hospital has also scaled back, closing 26 beds.
McGill students say COVID-19 more widespread than reported by university
McGill University says there are only six cases of COVID on-campus and says there is no evidence of community transmission happening there. Students tell a different story.
Settled in Montreal, Jeff Petry signs 4-year contract extension with Canadiens
The Montreal Canadiens announced Friday that they signed Petry to a four-year contract extension with an average annual value of $6.25 million US. Petry was eligible to become an unrestricted free agent after the 2020-21 season.
COVID-19 in Quebec: What you need to know on Friday
How right-wing extremists, libertarians and evangelicals built Quebec's movement against COVID-19 restrictions
15 years after Montreal killing, family demands right to be at parole hearing
Nathalie Normandeau granted stay of proceedings on corruption charges
With social gatherings driving new COVID-19 cases, Montreal nears red alert level
Quebec's long-term care homes are about to be put to another test, and the cracks are already showing
Outremont grappling with highest COVID-19 infection rate in Montreal
With environmental review still pending, Quebec minister touts benefits of natural gas project
Legionnaires' outbreak in LaSalle confounds Montreal public health
Schools scramble to make up for learning losses that have already occurred in the pandemic
New Brunswick's travel bubble with Quebec shrinks again
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