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  Police are negotiating with the man, who is reportedly in a depressed state. He is armed with a rifle.
  The 20 bikes are part of a three-month-long pilot project to assess the level of demand for electric bike-sharing in Montreal.
  The Habs' announcement comes in the wake of social media speculation that team brass would snub their captain's charity event.
  Witnesses testifying at the Charbonneau Commission in 2013 nicknamed Trépanier “Mr. Three Per Cent.”
  "The irony of it is we always sold (our boat rides) as a James Bond-style thrill ride," said Jack Kowalski, the owner of the stolen boat.
  Residents were home in both houses but none suffered any serious injuries, according to Châteauguay police.
  Besides Nelligan, the party also needs to name candidates in Westmount—St-Louis, Jacques-Cartier and Bourassa-Sauvé.
  High-profile departures mean at least two new MNAs will represent the West Island in Quebec's National Assembly.
  Neidhart, who wrestled in Deux Montagnes 16 years ago, had to settle a real-life grudge with Jake "The Snake" Roberts before his match.
  "I only had you for 18 months and I have now spent 40 years asking myself where you are," Liliane Cyr writes to her daughter, Yohanna.
  "It’s with pleasure that I join this cause," Laraque said after winning the Montréal Pride celebrity drag competition.
  Co-founder Herschel Segal, who took over as executive chairman and interim CEO, has pledged the specialty tea shop will become profitable...
  Teranet–National Bank House Price Index suggests house prices are up 4.01 per cent from July 2017
  "I am inviting [taxpayers] to impose their own shock on (Premier) Philippe Couillard. An electoral shock," said CAQ leader François Legault
  The news comes as the festival readies to celebrate its 50th edition on Wednesday. 
  An office supply store manager was fired after a pregnant shopper was asked what she was concealing beneath her shirt: “Twins,” she said.
  Backyard pools are great and popular in Quebec — but safety is always a concern for families: Tomkinson
  Management at the Séminaire des Pères Maristes says the school made the decision to ensure a calm return to classes in a few weeks.
  Lachine has launched a program which invites citizens to apply for a $25,000 grant to transform alleyways into usable spaces for the community.
  The retro neon sign perched atop the Dairy Queen in Île-Perrot is an eye catcher, harkening back to lazy summer days in the sixties and seventies.
  "If there's someone out there starting fires, we have a duty to bring that person to justice," Serge Simon said about the ongoing investigation
  A mix of sun and clouds, and expect some showers in the afternoon.
  Richard Burnett, a longtime gay activist in Montreal, has always had the support of his mother, "Diamond Lil" Burnett.
  Pierrefonds-Roxboro has launched a campaign aimed at speeding drivers.
  A look at the day’s events in and around Montreal:
  The number of cricket players in Côte-des-Neiges is growing but there are no dedicated facilities for the sport in the area
  The efficiency of new laboratory allows researchers to start "asking complex questions that you couldn't think of before."
  Quebec MP's twitter tirade against diversity traffics in tired tropes about diversity.
  Zachary Bourgon was last seen at 11:55 a.m. on Monday, near 201st Street in Shawinigan
  Raymond Bachand said "there is no worry whatsoever" the current talks between the U.S. and Mexico will end in a trade deal without Canada.
  The man is charged with first-degree murder in the death of his former partner and second-degree murder in the death of Yvon Lacasse, 71.
  Montreal Canadiens management needs to stop living in the past, add a president of hockey operations, and stop worrying about language.
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