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Accurso to testify this morning

Construction magnate Tony Accurso is scheduled to finally appear before the Charbonneau commission today. Read more...

St Denis bar owner fights back after anti-gay accusations

The owner of the Saint Sulpice bar is vigourously denying charges of homophobia following the Friday night expulsion of a young gay couple. Read more...

Huntingdon victim Robert McGee remembered

The seventy-two-year-old Huntingdon resident killed after being struck by a car Saturday night is being remembered as a vibrant, fun-loving man who will be dearly missed by his friends and family. Read more...

Egyptian couple to be deported tonight

The Egyptian parents of Canadian-born children are set to be deported tonight as a last-minute stay from the federal government looks increasingly unlikely. Read more...

Anjou mayor pushing de-merger

Anjou borough mayor Luis Miranda is launching a petition to de-merge from the City of Montreal. Read more...

Bourassa finally gets his Boulevard

At a crowded ceremony at City Hall packed with political figures past and present, the city of Montreal officially announced it will rename a chunk of University street after late premier Robert Bourassa.  Read more...

Sexual assault victim shocked at abuser's potential early release

A Quebec City woman is enraged that the man serving an eight-year sentence for sexually assaulting her between 1998 and 2005 is eligible for release after serving only 17 months in jail. Read more...

Lawsuits approved against City of Montreal over P6

A judge has given the green light to proceed with lawsuits against the City of Montreal over bylaw P6. Read more...

Taxes not an issue in Burger King-Tim Hortons merger: BK CEO


The $12.5-billion deal that would see US-based Burger King swallow Canadian coffee-and-donuts chain Tim Hortons would make the combined company the third-biggest fast food company in the world. Read more...

Turkish crew stranded in port of Sorel

A dozen Turkish sailors who have been stuck in the port of Sorel want to go home, saying they haven't been paid or fed by their employer in months. Read more...

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