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Coach says he'll talk to Prust privately about officiating comments

Montreal Canadiens coach Michel Therrien said Monday that he would deal with Brandon Prust privately after the forward spoke out about referee Brad Watson following Game 2. Read more...

WATCH:Police investigate video of rough arrest

Montreal police say they are investigating after a video surfaced showing a man seemingly being hit in the face by officers during Friday's May Day protest. Read more...

WATCH: Hike taxes for rich, boost child benefits: Trudeau

Justin Trudeau says a Liberal government would raise taxes for the wealthiest one per cent of Canadians to pay for more generous child benefits and an across-the-board personal income tax cut for the middle class. Read more...

Habs down 2-0 in series as Lightning top Canadiens 6-2

Tampa Bay struck four times on the power play and star centre Steven Stamkos ended his playoff scoring drought as the Lightning downed the Montreal Canadiens 6-2 in Game 2 of their second-round playoff series on Sunday night. Read more...

3 byelections announced, to be held on same day as expected federal vote

Elections Canada has announced three federal byelections to fill vacant seats in the House of Commons, but the date set is the same for the next expected general federal election. Read more...

Canada clobbers Germany at World Hockey Championship

Taylor Hall had a hat trick to lead Canada in a 10-0 rout of Germany on Sunday at the world hockey championship. Read more...

Are Kurdish fighters really to blame for death of Canadian sergeant?

Canada's chief of defence staff hinted today that three investigation reports have found Canadian soldiers blameless in the friendly fire death of Sergeant Andrew Doiron. Read more...

Family says Alberta couple missing since Nepal earthquake are dead

EDMONTON - Family of a Canadian husband and wife who have been missing since a massive earthquake in Nepal say the couple are dead. Read more...

Habs hope to even their series against Tampa Bay in game 2

The Canadiens are convinced they have the recipe for success. Read more...

No name yet for new British princess, Canada congratulates royal family

From Prince Charles to the bettors at the corner store, everyone in Britain was hoping for a girl. Read more...

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