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A soldier-student's story

As Canada remembers its war dead and wounded, young veterans of the Afghanistan conflict are getting used to life at home. Read more...

City waiting on McKenna for sewage dump

Following last week's publication of an independent panel of experts' report on the eight-billion litre raw sewage dump into the St. Lawrence river proposed by the city, Montreal mayor Denis Coderre said he is waiting on Ottawa's decision, just like everyone else. Read more...

National conference of homelessness opens in Montreal

A major conference on homelessness in the country, involving some 800 experts, advocates and politicians, opened in Montreal on Monday. Read more...

Poppy vendors noticing uptick in interest

Just as they have every year since 1921, vendors are giving out red poppies in remembrance of Canada's war dead. Read more...

Canada Post union urging Trudeau to keep promises

Thousands of people around Montreal are losing their home mail delivery today, from St-Jerome in the north to Cowansville in the south. Read more...

UPDATE: Flu vaccination campaign begins Nov. 1

The Quebec Health Ministry has set an objective of immunizing 80 per cent of the population in this year's campaign against influenza. Read more...

Pics of women STM users' cleavage found on porn site

Pictures of female STM riders' cleavage - taken without their knowledge or consent - were found on a popular Internet pornography site by a Reddit user this week. And now questions are being asked about the legality of those photos - and what those women can do as a result. Read more...

Pot legalization will probably take years, not months

Those of you looking forward to the day you can finally buy legal marijuana now that the Liberals are in power will have to wait a little longer. Read more...

NDP hopes to hold ex-Liberal seat Laval-les-Iles

With the election just a few days away, the NDP is hoping to keep the seats it won in the 2011 Orange Wave. Read more...

UPDATE: West Islander claims discrimination after daycare switches to halal meat

A West Island mother says she'll file a human rights complaint because her daughter's daycare has introduced a new halal menu. Read more...