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  An increasing numbers of asylum seekers are crossing into Quebec at an irregular border crossing, and Montreal's shelters are filling up.
  Busy day? Here’s what you might have overlooked.
  A Quebec Superior Court judge has ordered a man to pay his now ex-wife $75,000 in monthly support payments and nearly $20,000 in monthly child support payments. 
  The investigation began after an empty stroller was found in a park. The child's mother, initially also missing, has been located.
  Quebec Court Judge Yves Paradis agreed with a recommendation that Maria Grazia Cilla, 47, receive an absolute discharge as her sentence.
  Forward has surgery on right shoulder that was likely injured during Jan. 30 game in St. Louis and expected recovery period is six months.
  Wife of Robert Crumb talks about her life with the comics legend, and how she carved her own identity as a woman cartoonist
  Gfeller takes over the role from interim executive director Martine Alfonso on May 28
  The city and the Société de transport de Montréal announced Wednesday the plan to construct a nearly 300-unit housing project.
  Charalabos Nassios, a 40-year resident of Laval, must pay more than $17,000 to Sunwing Airlines for the trouble he caused on July 6
  While breast-cancer survival rates are increasing, chemotherapy and radiation can cause side-effects such as burns, inflammation and dermatitis for some...
  City’s executive committee approved a resolution Wednesday to add three lots, all in Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, to protected green space
  “My world crumbled,” Megda Belkacemi said. The reality hit her when she saw her father's body at a funeral home. Where his left eye had been was a ...
  First feature from the Montreal filmmakers is a brutal but brilliant drama about the effects of abuse
  The influx of asylum seekers at Quebec's border has emerged into a full blown provincial feud with Quebec saying it has attained its capacity...
  Quebec recorded 83,900 births in 2017, 2,500 fewer than the previous year and representing a drop of 3%, the Institut de la statistique du Québec...
  To the person who used Uber Eats 357 times in a year: Who hurt you?
  "Industrial is the most global thing that we could imagine doing."
  The 71st edition of the Cannes Film Festival opens May 8th.
  Kirkland's Lorna Fisher presented with Sovereign's Medal for Volunteer by Anglican Bishop of Montreal.
  COO Bruce Hills says the fest's change in ownership hasn't affected operations. Shows by Jo Koy and Jimmy Carr have also been announced.
  The West Island Palliative Care Residence launched its capital campaign to finance an expansion of its Kirkland facility.
  CASCA's goal is to find permanent homes for lost, abandoned or neglected cats.
  Junior hockey could soon be making a return to the West Island.
  Today's forecast calls for snow, rain and clouds. Oh joy!
  Garage sales are a clever trick to get people to pay you for the privilege of taking your junk away.
  Confusion about the exact location of the light-rail station in Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue station has been sorted out.
  Earth Day events will be held across the Vaudreuil-Soulanges region.
  The Plateau-Mont-Royal borough mayor reportedly got caught riding his Bixi the wrong way on a one-way street.
  Busy day? Here’s what you might have overlooked.
  XpertSea, which announced the investment on Tuesday, sells its device to fish farms and hatcheries.
  Lefebvre is a good man, but after the Canadiens' AHL team missed the playoffs for the fifth time in six years, it was time for a change.
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