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Coroner investigating after 2nd unhoused Montrealer dies in intense cold
A woman in her 60s died early Thursday after she was found lying outside near Berri-UQAM Metro station.
Quebec restaurant and bar owners mull reopening in defiance of health orders
Bar and restaurant owners say they are so fed up with the government's slowness to provide aid and last-minute announcements to close down that some are considering reopening Jan. 30 even if the Quebec does not permit it.
Laval public health to launch vaccination blitz for 5-11-year-olds
Elementary students in Laval will have another opportunity to get their first COVID-19 vaccine dose in school as of next month, as public health officials aim to boost lagging vaccination rates for 5-11-year-olds.
Deaths of homeless people reveal flawed system, says Welcome Hall Mission CEO
Sam Watts says the resources for people experiencing homelessness in Montreal are like a health-care system with only emergency rooms.
Montreal health agency unable to analyze COVID-19 tests in time, throws out thousands
The health agency in northern Montreal, CIUSSS du Nord-de-l'Île-de-Montréal, said in a news release Wednesday that laboratory limits were exceeded between Jan. 3 and 7, resulting in the loss of 5,462 COVID-19 tests.
Canada's Soucisse, Firus place 4th in ice dance at Four Continents
Red Cross swimming lessons take final lap as program set to end after 76 years
Parc-Ex Curry Collective helps immigrant women gain financial independence
AHL player suspended 30 games for racial gesture against Montrealer
Icebreaker talks between Ottawa and Quebec shipyard shrouded in fog
COVID-19 in Quebec: What you need to know Friday
Quebec shatters record for electricity consumption once again
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A year after Raphael André's death, advocates say little has changed