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Major work ahead for South Shore bridges

If you thought 2013 was a bad year for getting to and from the South Shore, wait till this year. Read more...

Don't blame election for flat real estate market

The Montreal real estate market is softening, according to the latest numbers. Read more...

STM union protests planned ticket agent cuts

Metro employees held an afternoon demo outside the STM's headquarters on de la Gauchetiere street in downtown Montreal Tuesday. Read more...

Transport issues big dossiers for new Liberal government

With the Liberal Party of Quebec about to assume power in Quebec, some high profile transportation issues are coming to the fore. Read more...

Community saves wedding almost ruined by vanished venue owner

A young woman whose wedding plans were thrown into chaos last week looks like she'll be having her special day go off after all, thanks to the kindness of strangers. Read more...

Laval preps for possible flooding

Authorities in Laval are closely watching the Riviere des Prairies and Milles Iles river as rainfall and snowmelt are expected to swell the two rivers. Read more...

Seniors fume at idle buses

Idling buses around the newly redesigned Lionel-Groulx metro stations are making life unpleasant for a group of seniors at a nearby residence. Read more...

Laval cracks down on donation boxes

Laval is cracking down on rogue charity donation boxes. Read more...

B'nai Brith releases audit on anti-Semitism in Canada

B'nai Brith Canada says its latest annual audit of anti-Semitic incidents across Canada shows that there is still a very real problem in this country and elsewhere. Read more...

Toronto firm launches class action against Facebook

Toronto law firm Rochon Genova LLP is launching a class action lawsuit against Facebook. Read more...

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