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Part of Sources Blvd. to be closed this weekend

Sources Blvd. will be completely closed between Hymus Blvd. and the Trans-Canada Highway for most of the day on Sunday, to allow for the reconstruction of a set of railway tracks. Read more...

Fall back — we turn our clocks back this weekend

It's the first weekend of November — and that means Daylight Saving Time will come to an end. Read more...

MUHC superhospital still not complete

The contractor faces fines of more than $5000 a day, but MUHC officials appear none too concerned that they still haven't received the keys to the superhospital. Read more...

Conservatives announce income-splitting tax break

Prime Minister Stephen Harper is pressing ahead with income splitting for families with kids under 18 — a multibillion-dollar Conservative election promise from 2011 that critics have said would benefit too few Canadians. Read more...

Bell Media launching video streaming service with entire HBO scripted library

Bell Media is launching a new video streaming service that will include the entire HBO scripted library. Read more...

UPDATE: Bacon the Pig found safe and sound in St. Hyacinthe

Bacon the Pig is safe and sound — and in the custody of animal protection officials on the south shore. Read more...

CBC to cut 1500 jobs by 2020

Management at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation has announced it will be cutting 400 jobs in the next five months — the first phase of a plan to eliminate 1500 jobs by 2020. Read more...

Police looking for missing teenager

Police are asking for the public's help in locating a 15-year-old girl who's been missing since July. Read more...

STM to keep older metro trains running a little longer

By the time the MR-73 metro cars now running on the orange and blue lines are phased out, they'll be about 60 years old. Read more...

Police calling on Quebecers to download Amber Alert app

Police forces across the province are using the Halloween season to remind people about the existence of the provincial Amber Alert app on their phones (Android - iPhone). Read more...

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