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Possible weekend CP rail strike; AMT fails to secure service

There could be a work stoppage this weekend at C-P Rail. Read more...

Pierre Karl Peladeau says referendum will be decided in 2018, if PQ wins

Pierre Karl Peladeau says he will wait until the next Quebec provincial election in 2018 to decide whether a Parti Quebecois government will hold a referendum on independence during its first term. Read more...

Longueuil asks for independent investigator into rape claim

The city of Longueuil has asked Quebec's Public Security Minister for an independent investigator to look into the case of Carol Thomas. Read more...

Reporter leaves Egypt after prison release: Egyptian-Canadian next?

Al-Jazeera English reporter Peter Greste left Egypt on Sunday after the president approved his deportation, but there's no word on jailed colleagues Egyptian-Canadian Mohamed Fahmy and Egyptian Baher Mohamed. Read more...

Longueuil ordered to pay for damage to apartment building during police operation

A judge has ordered the City of Longueuil to pay $1300 in compensation to the owner of an apartment building, after police damaged four doors of the building, when they arrested one of its tenants back in 2012. Read more...

UPDATE: Beaconsfield dad told to remove snow fort or else

The Beaconsfield man who got into an unlikely spat with the city over a snow fort built for his four children says he`s now received a letter saying he must tear it down or the city will do it for him. Read more...

Former Montreal TV anchor resigns in Toronto amid serious allegations

Global News says Toronto TV anchor Leslie Roberts has resigned from the network a week after media reports that he co-owned a public relations company. Read more...

Montreal police tell man his mother is dead. She wasn't.

A 20-year-old Montreal man says the police have some explaining to do, after they knocked on his door one morning last month to inform him that his mother had died — only to find out a short time later, that police had made a terrible mistake. Read more...

Monster unity rally in Paris after week of terror and bloodshed

More than 1 million people, including leaders from around the world, today marched as part of "a cry for freedom" to honor those killed in this week's terror attacks in Paris. Read more...

Global Toronto suspends TV anchor over reported conflict of interest

Global Television says it has suspended one of its main Toronto news anchors after a media report that he's been a part-owner of a public relations firm. Read more...
 

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