Bombardier-Alstom liable for $1.5 million in penalties

Bombardier-Alsom is months late delivering the first of the 470 new cars it is building for Montreal's metro system - but the transit corporation has decided not to impose any penalties for tardiness, at least not yet. Read more...

L'Isle Verte attendant blames careless smoking

The night attendant on duty when a deadly fire broke out at a seniors residence in L'Isle Verte last January says he will tell a provincial inquiry the same thing he said from the start: careless smoking by a resident was to blame. Read more...

Truck accident closes ramp near airport

The second of two trailers being hauled by a truck overturned near Trudeau Airport in Dorval early this morning. Read more...

SPCA takes next step to save animals at Saint-Jude fur farm

The Montreal SPCA said it is taking the next step to compel the government to act and remove the animals living in abusive conditions at a fur farm in Saint-Jude. Read more...

Ebola fears prompt evacuation of Canadian lab team in Sierra Leone

Canada is evacuating its three-member mobile laboratory team from Sierra Leone after people in their hotel complex tested positive for Ebola. Read more...

Lawsuits approved against City of Montreal over P6

A judge has given the green light to proceed with lawsuits against the City of Montreal over bylaw P6. Read more...

Trial underway for real estate agent accused of sexually assaulting client

The trial for a former RE/MAX real estate agent accused of sexually assaulting a client is underway at the Laval courthouse. Read more...

Autistic boy forced to change schools at the last minute

The parents of an autistic boy are upset that they were told at the last minute that he has to transfer to a new school because they had recently moved to another jurisdiction not covered by the school board on the South Shore. Read more...

Genie Bouchard coasts to victory at US Open

Canada's Eugenie Bouchard has steamrolled her way into the second round of the U.S. Open with a 6-2, 6-1 win over Olga Govortsova of Belarus. Read more...

Côte-St-Luc woman claims police railroaded her into $76 ticket

A 34-year-old Côte-St-Luc woman says she was railroaded into a $76 ticket for being in a public park after closing hours by two Montreal police officers she claims were rude and abusive. Read more...

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