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Why are Montreal's roads so bad? Contractors bid low, cut corners, report finds
Montreal contractors often submit low-ball bids to win contracts and then compensate those bids with corner-cutting repaving techniques that fail to meet quality standards, the city's inspector general has found.
'Bonjour/hi' resurfaced in Quebec's English debate, but Couilard wants to move on
Liberal Leader Philippe Couillard told Daybreak host Mike Finnerty there's nothing preventing people from saying "hi" in stores, a day after the controversy over "bonjour/hi" resurfaced in the English-language leaders debate.
Quebec Poll Tracker: CAQ slips into minority territory
The latest numbers in Quebec show François Legault's CAQ ahead of Philippe Couillard's Liberals.
In English-language debate, CAQ's Legault gets a taste of the rough road ahead
The sharpest barbs of the evening were directed François Legault's way during Monday's English-language leaders debate. The CAQ leader should probably get used to it.
Quebec is getting better at integrating immigrants into labour market, study finds
Quebec has seen improvements when it comes to the retention and employment, but still lags behind Ontario, British Columbia and Alberta, according to a new study that comes amid heated debate over immigration in the election campaign.
Use it or lose it: Cree community takes action on language preservation
'Crisis after crisis': Opioid addiction is overwhelming Canada's largest First Nations police force
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Early morning fire closes part of Saint-Denis Street in the Plateau
$2M of damage after fire destroys Kuujjuaq office building
True or false? Fact-checking the English leaders debate
Anglo groups say English debate offered 'clear options' on issues affecting voters
Women and children first to suffer from underfunding in Indigenous police forces, MMIWG hears
Private refugee sponsors wait in line overnight for a chance to submit applications
Simons apologizes for campaign selling bras named after famed Canadian women
Doug Ford's plans to cut Toronto city hall denounced by Montreal's opposition
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