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  Sunshine is the order of the day and week, if Environment Canada’s forecasts hold up. Today, we’re in for mainly sunny skies with a high of 21 and a UV index of 6 or high. Tonight: Clear with...
  With the Fix Broken Hearts campaign, the MUHC Foundation is looking to raise $50 million, $21 million of which has already been committed
  On Sept. 17, 1970, a ribbon-cutting ceremony was held to mark the "topping-off" of a new building for Radio-Canada/CBC.
  Cayden Primeau's first NHL save showed why he's considered one of the Canadiens' brightest prospects..
  A brief roundup of some of today's top reports on the Montreal Gazette site
  While investigators did not personally see any illegal dumping, "the presence of many unauthorized sites in the Greater Montre?al area shows that the risk...
  Habs forward lost 17 pounds over the season with help from his trainer, his wife and some vegan food.
  "We are waiting for the premier to explain what are the advantages of being in a federal regime."
  She hopes the party leaders will pledge billions for housing, cultural institutions and more. No. 1 on her list will surprise no one.
  In final year of contract, forward is battling for a spot on the Canadiens' fourth line.
  Canadian tennis star shuts out media in her first visit to the city since her seminal U.S. Open victory.
  “The goal is not to have a 52-week concert season. This would detract from our capacity to be adventurous.”
  Some question the timing as Quebec prepares to do away with school boards amid a legal challenge of Bill 21.
  Mayor Valérie Plante puts her foot down after the developer drops plans for 180 social housing units.
  The pianist, trombonist and bandleader credited his longevity and musical energy to “breaking every rule.” Vogel died Monday morning at his Montreal home.
  Montreal's last 50-goal scorer alleges that the organization muzzles its players and tries to keep Habs alumni from meeting them.
  The Bureau des enquêtes indépendantes (BEI) favours police more than the public, coalition says.
  Premier François Legault is a federalist who won't dare say so out loud, says Pascal Bérubé of the Parti Québécois.
  Montreal police said the incident occurred at about 8:30 a.m. Monday on Bédard St. near Dollard Ave.
  The Sûreté du Québec said the incident occurred at about 12:30 a.m. Friday.
  The song will be re-recorded after the Strumbellas' performance was skewered mercilessly online for the poor translation of the English lyrics and for ...
  Fifty per cent of respondents in Quebec felt Ottawa should not involve itself in a challenge of the provincial law, compared with 25 per cent who felt it should. ...
  October is expected to be mild in the province, but the MétéoMédia weather network cautions that "we may be surprised and go quickly from one extreme to the...
  New Jersey bringing a split squad to Montreal since they have a second pre-season game Monday night at home vs. Bruins.
  Hudson has been brimming with activity this fall — from fundraisers to music to antiques.
  A mix of sun and cloud, then becoming sunny near noon.
  But workers complain that they're still short-staffed, insisting that's the root cause of the problem.
  Montreal's recent decision to create a giant urban park in the West Island is a step toward the kind of smart land use a new international report...
  Real estate investment is a popular way to try to build wealth over time, but it isn’t always easy for new investors to tell when a property will be a...
  In fall 1984, Michael Jackson was just about the biggest star on Earth.
  "It’s unacceptable that towns, cities or boroughs can continue to restrict this"
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