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  With the general election 10 months away, the gloves are already off in the National Assembly with the battle of wits and words between Liberal leader Philippe...
  Films screened and Q&As hosted exclusively on the social media platform
  Nashville cats, in the immortal words of John Sebastian, play as clean as country water. But that water could be bloodied if the Predators claw the Canadiens Wednesday night – a carnage that is ...
  The $100 cheques being doled out to each Quebec child of school age barely scratch the surface of what education system needs.
  Although Claude Deschamps' resumé is impressive, the fact that the hospital executive has spent most of his career in the U.S. raises concerns that he might not...
  Habs' top defenceman is saddled with dragging his partners up to a respectable level.
  In a time when the buying of books is an increasingly impersonal non-experience, these events provide heartening arguments for the old ways.
  Laviolette said Subban has been a key player since he arrived from Montreal in the blockbuster 2016 trade that sent Shea Weber to the Canadiens.
  Open to discussing future with Laurier-Dorion MNA who last year faced allegations of sexual assault.
  Pride comes with the territory as the festival marks three decades of bringing LGBTQ stories to the big screen, Nov. 23 through Dec. 3.
  The native of Plzen, Czech Republic, has one goal, 10 assists, a plus-10 rating and 16 penalty minutes in 17 games with Laval this season.
  Two kids were kept in a dirty foster home with bed bugs, cockroaches and an absent foster mother, Quebec Court judge rules.
  Clément Ouimet, 18, died Oct. 4 after being struck by a car on Camillien-Houde Way. Police say the driver made an illegal U-turn.
  The location of the facility in Ville-Marie borough previously drew criticism from parents at a nearby school.
  To further increase transparency, Mayor Valérie Plante is to make public her agenda, including trips to Toronto, Chicago and Paris.
  The underlying concern is a determination to protect the francophone province's identity through cultural production
  A three-storey apartment building was evacuated after a fire broke out in the early hours of Wednesday in Laval-des-Rapides.
  One of the cofounders of the Just for Laughs festival has been hired by a rival comedy festival.
  It was the sort of rap show your non-rap loving acquaintances would’ve appreciated. Resurgent New York rap elder statesman Jay Z plucked hits from his three decade-long...
  For the  ninth time this season, the Canadiens gave up two goals within a 60-second span
  Some local knitting enthusiasts are doing their part to help brighten the lives of underprivileged children overseas.
  Bullying seems to be an ongoing concern for West Island parents, with some even going so far as to change schools for their child. Bullying is a label often given to incidents...
  West Island Living is a new weekly column by St-Lazare resident Briana Tomkinson. Everyone has a list of neighbourhood must-haves. Some are practical, such as being ...
  This story was first published on Nov. 20, 2005, in the Montreal Gazette. “Mr. Ames’s views upon the population and sanitation of those sections of the city, ...
  A few showers ending in the morning and then a mix of sun and clouds.
  Widely available in Montreal health food stores, if an adult eats more than three apricot kernels, cyanide poisoning can occur. 
  Dorval’s outdoor pools are slated for some major upgrades.
  Claude Deschamps, the former chief of surgery at the world-renowned Mayo Clinic and a Université de Montréal alumnus, confirmed he has been contacted as a potential...
  This will be P.K. Subban’s first home game against his former team because he was injured when the teams played in Nashville last season.
  A Grade 9 student is getting the support she needs to move forward following two incidents at a restaurant near her school.
  “He completely, completely changed,” she said of her ex-husband. “He filed for divorce. I was five months pregnant.”
  The Canadian Pacific Holiday Train will make a festive stop in Beaconsfield on Sunday, Nov. 26.
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