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Advance polls open for school board elections on Sunday

Eligible voters will be able to cast ballots beginning on Sunday for the Nov. 2 school board elections. Read more...

Man struck and injured by bus at Vendome metro station

A man, in his early 80's, was sent to hospital after a bus ran over his leg at Vendome metro station Friday afternoon. Read more...

Cpl. Nathan Cirillo's dogs wait for him to come home

Some of the many heartbreaking images to come as a result of the events Wednesday in Ottawa were taken outside the home of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo, the reservist shot and killed outside the National War memorial. Read more...

Coderre asking cops to wear their full uniforms again

Mayor Denis Coderre is calling on Montreal police officers to do away with their camouflage pants and return to wearing their full uniforms. Read more...

Ottawa shooter was a recent convert to Islam: reports

Two people are dead after dramatic series of events in Ottawa Wednesday — and it appears that the man who unleashed them was a recent convert to Islam. Read more...

NDG man convicted of raping, assaulting four women

An NDG man was found guilty today of assaulting and raping four young women a decade ago. Read more...

Brébeuf College wants to rehire theatre teacher

Management at Jean-de-Brébeuf College says it has reached out to the longtime theatre teacher it had dismissed after students discovered some European movies she made in the 1960s and 70s in which she appeared nude. Read more...

Jacob clothing chain is going out of business after all

It's official — just three weeks after a Parti Québécois MNA quit her job to lead the restructuring efforts at the troubled Jacob clothing chain, its management has announced it has abandoned those efforts and will be shutting down for good. Read more...

How did a small town Quebec kid grow to embrace radical Islam?

25-year-old Martin Couture-Rouleau, the Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu man shot to death by police after he ran over two Canadian soldiers in a parking lot Monday morning, left behind a social media trail that shows his support for Islam and radicalism. Read more...

UPDATE: Was St. Jean hit-and-run incident a terrorist act?

It's not every day that a hit-and-run incident is brought up in the House of Commons — but Monday morning's hit-and-run and subsequent police shooting in St. Jean sur Richelieu got the attention of prime minister Stephen Harper later on in the afternoon. Read more...

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