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Good times rolling for Train de l'Ouest boosters

The Train de l'Ouest coalition is feeling pretty good about itself these days. Read more...

Emploi-Quebec target of human rights complaint

A Muslim woman from Pierrefonds is filing a human rights complaint against an Emploi-Quebec employee who allegedly insulted her clothing and lack of French. Read more...

WATCH: Trial of cabbie accused of hit-and-run begins with not-guilty plea

The trial of a cab driver who ran over a man he was having a violent argument with began at the Montreal courthouse this morning. Read more...

Charlie Hebdo journo still mourning, stands up for paper

A Charlie Hebdo journalist was in Montreal today to discuss the importance of free speech, secularism and the colleagues she lost on January 7th, and the future of the satirical French weekly. Read more...

Rental board releases annual hike guidelines

The Régie de logement released its guidelines on how much landlords should increase their rent this morning. Read more...

Drainville slams Saudi Arabia, calls for sanctions

Bernard Drainville apparently won't be sending the Saudi royal family any condolences on the death of their king. Read more...

Cops acted "correctly" in Magloire shooting, inquiry hears

A police expert on the use of force said he didn't know what could have been done to avoid Alain Magloire's death. Read more...

Magloire inquest focuses on the use of Tasers

Quebec coroner Luc Malouin pointedly how long Montreal police commander Richard Thouin, who oversees the deployment of Tasers for the force, how long would it take before the force gets enough Tasers for widespread deployment. Read more...

Door-to-door delivery gets public hearing at City Hall

Public consultations on the future of Canada Post begin this evening at City Hall, and will continue tomorrow and Thursday. Read more...

Feds announce major investment in Port of Montreal

The federal government announced a major investment in the Port of Montreal this morning. Read more...

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