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Quebec director Canada's Oscar hope in foreign-language category
Quebec director Xavier Dolan is aiming to get a little more than a coveted golden statue now that "Mommy" is being put forth as Canada's Oscar contender in the best foreign-language film category.
Province sues construction firms linked to Tony Accurso over bridge decay
Quebec’s Transportation Ministry is taking high-profile construction firms linked to Tony Accurso to court over a $45 million bridge repair east of Montreal.
Côte-des-Neiges accident leaves woman fighting for her life; other driver fled scene
A woman is fighting for her life in hospital following an accident in
around 10:40pm last night.
City, police reach deal over charges fewer tickets being issued
There's a deal between the city of Monteal and the police brotherhood after accusations officers were issuing fewer tickets over planned pension reform.
Someone jumps White House fence; President Obama had left
Part of the White House has been evacuated after someone jumped the fence at the executive mansion.
UPDATE: Montreal's latest murder and cyclist hit by two cars not hit and run
Montreal police are investigating the city's latest murder.
SCOC rules Quebec consumer protection law can apply to banks
Canada's top court has restored a Quebec trial judge's decision that penalizes five banks for failing to meet provincial disclosure requirements when they charged currency-conversion fees to their credit card customers.
Make sure London delivers: Quebec separatists to Scottish counterparts
Prominent Quebec sovereigntists say they hope pro-independence Scots fight to ensure London delivers on its referendum-campaign promises of new powers for Scotland.
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He's free until next September
Guy Turcotte released on bail
Jury selection complete
Trial to begin Monday, Sept. 29
Bernard Drainville said what?
Former PQ cabinet minister Bernard Drainville spent his holidays in Scotland as he wanted to soak up all the pro-independence atmosphere before the referendum
Russia's litter vigilante
Great video - and I'm certainly glad everyone in Russia has go-pro cams to record just about everything they see on the roads.
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Dealing With Plant Blindness
As I think about this, I am blown away. The idea that humans can be blind to the world of plants just never occurred to me and then I had lunch with friends Allen Dennis and Denis Flanagan, employees of our industry trade association.
Herbal medicine is the oldest form of medicine. When our early ancestors foraged for plants to eat, they encountered some that had benefits other than curbing hunger.
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Are you happy with the Scottish vote against independence?
Yes, now the Union will remain intact!
No, I was hoping for Scottish independence!
Doesn't bother me
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