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Tolls on Champlain will increase traffic on other spans: study

Tolls on the new Champlain Bridge would reportedly lead to traffic nightmares on the other South Shore bridges — particularly the Victoria and Jacques-Cartier. Read more...

Family deported back to Nigeria

Around 50 people gathered at Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport to protest the deportation of Winifred Agimelen and her two children to Nigeria. Read more...

Liberals talk about making Montreal a smart city

The Liberal Forum for Ideas focused on smart cities during its second and final day at Champlain College in St. Lambert Sunday. Read more...

Statue of Amy Winehouse unveiled in London

They remembered Amy Winehouse with a statue in London on Sunday. Read more...

ISIS poses threat that cannot be ignored: UK's Cameron

British Prime Minister David Cameron has not announced any new military measures in the wake of ISIS executing a British aid worker. Read more...

Liberal Forum for Ideas focused on health care spending in the province

Variations on a two-tier health system were presented at the Liberal Forum for Ideas, focused on health care spending in the province, in the first of two days in Montreal Saturday. Read more...

No charges to be laid for officer who shot Alain Magloire

No charges will be laid against a Montreal police officer in the shooting death of Alain Magloire at a downtown hostel last February. Read more...

$536 fine or jail time for a broken headlight ticket - from 1991

A warning ticket for a broken headlight issued in 1991, resurfaced this July for Naminingue resident Jolyn Hebert. Read more...

Mayor Coderre takes Ice Bucket Challenge

Montreal mayor Denis Coderre took the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Thursday. Read more...

Turcotte wants to be released while awaiting second murder trial

Guy Turcotte wants to be released while waiting for the start of his second trial into the burtal killings of his two young children. Read more...

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