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Teen jihadis: worry, shock from Muslims, Quebec City

Reaction to reports that six teenage Quebecers have left the country to join Islamic State has shocked many in the province, from local Muslims to elected officials at the National Assembly. Read more...

Coderre rejects city's rep as radical Islam incubator

Mayor Denis Coderre strongly rejected the idea that Montreal is fertile recruiting ground for radical Islam. Read more...

Gas prices: what do you think?

In the fourth and final installment of an exclusive series on the price of gas, CJAD reporter Patrick Lejtenyi listens to what you have to say about the price of gas - and whether you think you're getting a raw deal. Read more...

Collusion, real or not, looms over Quebec's gas market

In the third installment of an exclusive four-part series on the price of gas, CJAD reporter Patrick Lejtenyi looks at a phenomenon known to have existed at least at one point in the province's gas sector - collusion between retailers to keep prices artificially high. Read more...

Early demo by ASSÉ ends peacefully

It was a short demonstration and a reasonably peaceful one, barring a minor scuffle just before it got started this morning. Read more...

Taxis fly yellow squares against Uber

The taxi industry's war against non-regulated cabs - including the online services Uber and Uber X - continues. Read more...

As gas price fluctuates, retailers compete over pennies

In the second installment of an exclusive four-part series on the price of gas, CJAD reporter Patrick Lejtenyi looks at the retail gasoline market, and why the price at the pump is not tethered to the price of a barrel of crude oil. Read more...

West Islanders learning to cope with burst water mains

It's been a bad few weeks for water issues, with pipes freezing and bursting all over the city. The West Island certainly isn't immune, with breaks in Lachine, Beaconsfield, Pointe-Claire and elsewhere making life tough for residents over the weekend. Read more...

Gas consumers "are not well served by the status quo"

In the first of an exclusive four-part series on the price of gas, CJAD reporter Patrick Lejtenyi looks at the supply side of the gasoline market - and challenges assumptions that the free market really does rule the day in Quebec. Read more...

Plumbers kept busy in frigid weather

At least someone is taking advantage of this cold weather, even if you aren't. Read more...

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