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Controversial Magnotta doc airs in France

The Luka Magnotta case has generated worldwide interest, and now there's a possibility that TV viewers in France have a better idea of the man at the centre of it all than do most Canadians. Read more...

Stranded Turkish sailors' ordeal comes to a close

The dozen Turkish sailors who've been stuck in Sorel-Tracy for months are heading home. Read more...

Sentencing arguments heard for Emma Czornobaj

Sentencing arguments were heard in the Emma Czornobaj case this afternoon. Read more...

Chateauguay worker suspended for stickers

A blue-collar worker in Chateauguay has been suspended two weeks without pay for placing protest stickers on a city vehicle. Read more...

Education Minister Yves Bolduc talks schools, budgets and language laws

Yves Bolduc says he is committed to the survival and continued high standards of English education in the province. Read more...

What are English schools doing right?

If you look at the right numbers, the English school boards are doing quite well. Read more...

Only one English school getting funds for infrastructure

Of the almost three dozen schools receiving infrastructure funding from the provincial government, only one - Twin Oaks Elementary in Laval - is English. Read more...

No one reason why parents of English-eligible students choose French schools

Pandora Hobby says she wants to give her teenaged daughter every opportunity to succeed. Read more...

Mirabel terminal's days are numbered

Time is running out on the Mirabel airport passenger terminal. Read more...

Budget cuts and declining numbers squeezing English boards

Suanne Stein-Day isn't shy talking finances. Read more...

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