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UPDATE: Burkinabe community grieving following Air Algerie flight

The Quebec Burkinabe community has been left reeling by the crash of Air Algerie flight 5017 over Mali yesterday. Read more...

Projet Montréal wants floating pool for Old Port

Projet Montréal is introducing another idea that would get people down to the Old Port and into the river. Read more...

Quebec Order of Engineers won't lay blame for Concorde overpass collapse

The Quebec Order of Engineers has decided not to blame anyone for the collapse of the de la Concorde overpass in Laval. Read more...

L'Isle Verte seniors home owners sue town

The owners of the Isle Verte seniors residence that burned to the ground last January are suing the town, saying its negligence led to the deaths of 32 residents.  Read more...

More flight cancellations to Israel as crisis hits travel industry

The FAA in the United States has extended its flight ban to Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion airport for up to another 24 hours and will continue to monitor and evaluate the situation.  Read more...

Construction holiday means heavy traffic at US border

Quebec's annual construction holiday begins this weekend. And that means lots of traffic, especially at the US border. Read more...

Montreal Dutch community left reeling following MH17's crash

The local Dutch community has been left devastated by the news emerging from Ukraine. Read more...

Canadian HIV/AIDS researchers reeling following MH17 crash

Canada's HIV/AIDS research community is reacting with shock to the loss of over 100 of their international colleagues who lost their lives when Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 were shot out of the sky over Ukraine yesterday. Read more...

MH17 a heartbreak, not a worry at Trudeau

As they line up for trips to Europe, Cuba and elsewhere in North America, travellers at Trudeau airport do not seem overly bothered by the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 yesterday over eastern Ukraine. Read more...

Couple awarded $30,000 in harassment case

A couple that suffered months of racial harassment from a neighbour has been awarded $30,000 by the Quebec Human Rights Tribunal. Read more...

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