Police look for suspect in dragging incident involving officer

St. Jerome Police have asked for the public's help to track down a 23 year old German man suspected in an armed assault on a police officer last Friday. Read more...

Organizers say Women's World Cup won't be tarnished despite FIFA corruption charges

The ongoing FIFA corruption scandal won't tarnish the Women's World Cup, say the Canadian Soccer Association and Canada's sports minister. Read more...

Union raises questions after officer charged in death of 5 year old

The union representing a police officer accused in the death of a child is questioning the legality of how that charge came about. Read more...

Hydro sold equipment acquired for $79 million as scrap metal for $75,000

Quebec's hydro utility was criticized Wednesday for selling new and unused nuclear power equipment acquired in 2011 for $79 million as scrap metal for a paltry $75,000. Read more...

Pincourt man ticketed for using Apple Watch while driving

A Pincourt man is contesting a $120 dollar ticket and 4 demerit points that he got for using his Apple Watch while driving. Read more...

Beaconsfield highway billboard won't be installed

Beaconsfield city councillors will vote on June 15th on whether to accept an advertising company's offer to install an 7-metre high electronic billboard on Beaurepaire Drive facing Highway 20. Read more...

UPDATE: Severe thunderstorm watch ends for Montreal

A severe thunderstorm watch has been lifted for the Montreal area as well as for the Eastern Townships and the Beauce. Read more...

Drainville compares Liberals to "Shylock"

The Parti Quebecois' Bernard Drainville used the term "shylock" to describe the governing Liberals during question period Wednesday - a put down that comes from a Shakespearian portrayal of a ruthless Jewish moneylender. Read more...

Carbon monoxide leak forces 150 seniors from La Prairie residence

A carbon monoxide leak at a senior's home in the south shore suburb of La Prairie has forced the evacuation of 150 residents, and sent four staff members to hospital. Read more...

UPDATE: Saulie Zajdel pleads guilty to real estate fraud

Former Côte-des-Neiges-Notre-Dame-de-Grâce city councillor Saulie Zajdel has pleaded guilty to charges of breach of trust and corruption in connection with a real estate scam. Read more...
 

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