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  Mourners gathered in Montreal on Saturday to remember Quebec feminist, author, journalist, politician and TV personality Lise Payette
  Montreal Mayor Valérie Plante is relying on data to help bolster the case for a new métro line.
  Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer is predicting a “nasty” 2019 election campaign.
  Conservative justice critic Tony Clement says Canada could use the Magnitsky Act after the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
  Canadiens' spark plug skipped Grade 7, but the reason why really bugs his older sister, who graduated from UBC's Sauder School of Business.
  There's no need to panic, but there are a couple of things to worry about with these Habs, starting with Carey Price.
  Time to stop being "hypocritical" and revive the pipeline project that would export oilsands petroleum, says Tory MP Pierre Paul-Hus.
  The Crown and the defence recommended Patrick Ouellet face a sentence far less than the maximum of 14 years in prison.
  "I made a promise to Montrealers" to make mobility a top priority, Plante said.
  In Montreal, police say they will provide information on the number of drivers arrested for being impaired by drugs at the end of the year.
  And also, is something about the happen to the real estate once known as the Spectrum theatre?
  Police say the owner of the vehicle is not known to them. He told police he has received no threats.
  A mix of sun and cloud with a 30-per-cent chance of showers in the afternoon.  
  Urgences Santé does not dispute patient's account, underscoring the lack of resources at the ambulance service.
  A new project for the site of the former Spectrum may be announced soon, owner Fonds immobilier de solidarité FTQ says.
  A fundraising campaign is on at the MUHC to colelct money to help parents grieving through the loss of infants – support that is rare and hard too...
  In Case You Missed It (#ICYMI) is a daily feature highlighting news in and around Montreal.
  Montreal needs to defeat the New England Revolution in the season finale next Sunday, while Columbus would have to tie or lose at home to Minnesota United ...
  Today’s playoff baseball games are becoming almost unbearable. They start late and finish later.
  A motorcyclist was being treated for a possible broken leg after being hit by a car on Jean-Talon St. E. Sunday morning
  A tenant is unaccounted for following an overnight fire in Matane, in the Lower St. Lawrence
  How many games should Antti Niemi play this season?
  Canada Post has stated that in the event of a strike, postal delivery will continue with possible "minor delays."
  CFIB is calling for action on Quebec's labour shortage
  The National Career Event is being held Wednesday and Thursday at the Palais des Congrès
  Home daycares are hoping for changes to one-stop system for signing up now that Premier François Legault has appointed Mathieu Lacombe as family minister
  The Bloc Québécois is turning its thoughts to the next federal election, now that seven dissident MPs have returned
  "I don’t advise people on how to squat, and trainers shouldn’t give advice on how to eat," says Montreal-area dietitian Lisa Rutledge.
  Here are a few stories you might have missed while you were clocked out overnight. Canada condemns killing: Canada has...
  Good teams will always find a way to get it done. Bad teams, conversely, will always find a way not to.
  Overdose of marijuana coverage will surely end, but the public should be wary of its health effects, says Victor Schukov.
  The Turcot Interchange will be the usual route affected by construction today.
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