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For the first time since he arrived in the city, the orchestra’s new music director Rafael Payare hosted a concert with the public at the city's Olympic Stadium.
'The Liberal Party is the only party that can strengthen our gun laws today,' said PolySeSouvient coordinator Heidi Rathjen.
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Testimony into the staffing shortages and lack of medical supplies at the CHSLD Herron in Dorval continued on Thursday with nurses and administrators illustrating the many shortcomings at the long -term care residence during the first wave of the pandemic. Global’s Tim Sargeant report.
With the federal election approaching, politicians are calling for better gun control measures after a recent rise in shootings in Montreal. Now, survivors of the École Polytechnique massacre and Dawson College shooting, alongside student groups are giving their voting recommendations when it comes to the hot-button issue. Global’s Olivia O’Malley reports.
Quebec Premier François Legault was riled up after Wednesday night’s French language debate. He said none of the federal party leaders are willing to increase health transfers to the level provinces are asking for. As Raquel Fletcher reports, he was particularly critical of Liberal leader Justin Trudeau.
Laval, is currently the most affected region in Quebec, with 171.3 active cases per 100,000 people, followed by Montreal, with 99.2 active cases per 100,000 people.
Oscar Peterson's wife, Kelly Peterson, said in a statement that the renaming of the Royal Conservatory School "would have humbled Oscar tremendously."
Pascale Ferrier has been charged with threatening to kill and injure the U.S. president, sending threats through the mail and violating biological weapons prohibitions.
Lawyer Marie Christine Kirouack received 45 formal complaints over her first three months in her new role — 26 of which cite various forms of abuse related to the Catholic Church.
Anti-Semitic graffiti on election signs for two Montreal-area Liberal candidates drew condemnation from party leaders on Tuesday. Read More
It took four decades to build up, but just a little over a year for it all to come tumbling down. The pandemic has seen more than its share of heartbreaking business stories, but one really has to feel for the collapse of Java U Catering, one of the city’s premier food services. Read More
The boil-water advisory issued on Aug. 11 for parts of Dollard-des-Ormeaux and the Pierrefonds-Roxboro borough is still in effect. Read More
The most prominent producer of Quebec youth cinematography, Rock Demers, died on Monday night at the age of 87. Read More
QUEBEC — All Quebec health-care workers who have direct contact with patients will be required to be fully vaccinated by Oct. 1 in order to remain at their posts, Premier François Legault said Tuesday. Read More
A group of McGill law professors is urging the university to adopt a COVID-19 proof of vaccination requirement for on-campus classes and activities or face possible lawsuits for discrimination. Read More
Goaltender Clément Diop and CF Montréal have parted ways. Read More
Environment Canada has issued a heat wave warning for southern Quebec from Wednesday through Monday. Read More
While David Côté said he was pleased the first field goal attempt of his professional career was a relatively short 23 yarder, the rookie Alouettes kicker claimed he would have connected from the 52. Read More
They say dogs are man's best friend, but Émile Cyr's cat is no doubt his bff these days. After all, how many other pets have helped their owners hit lottery jackpots? Read More