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Anti-Semitic graffiti pops up in Snowdon

People living around Macdonald Park in Snowdon awoke Saturday morning to find swastikas, KKK markings and other slurs on cars, businesses and buildings. Read more...

Work on Decarie and Cote St. Luc Rd. will last a little longer

The southern portion of Decarie boulevard near Cote St. Luc Rd. will continue to be a headache for motorists for at least one more day. Read more...

Pension protests: transit, city services could be disrupted Wednesday

Municipal employees are planning protests across the province on Wednesday — and that could mean public transit might run a little slower than usual. Read more...

The Montreal Canadiens are worth $1 billion: Forbes

Forbes magazine is out with its annual ranking of the value of NHL teams, and for the first time, your hometown Habs are a billion-dollar operation. Read more...

Minister orders new investigation into crash that killed 5-year-old boy

Quebec justice minsiter Stephanie Vallée has ordered a second independent prosecutor to investigate a car crash involving a Surete du Quebec officer that resulted in the death of a five-year-old boy in February in Brossard. Read more...

19-year-old man faces 13 charges in fatal weekend crash

A 19-year-old man has been charged after a weekend crash that killed two people in Montreal East. Read more...

Elderly woman struck by car on Park Ave.

A woman in her 80s is fighting for her life in hospital after she was hit by a car on Park Avenue this afternoon. Read more...

Bixi bikes will be back until 2019: mayor

Mayor Denis Coderre says the Bixi bike-share service will be back on the streets of Montreal for at least the next five years. Read more...

Canadian Jewish group raising money for man injured in synagogue terror attack

A Toronto Jewish group has launched a fundraising campaign for the Canadian man severely injured last week in a terror attack on a synagogue in Jerusalem. Read more...

The truth about Montreal police ticket quotas

Internal emails obtained by the Journal de Montreal suggest the Montreal police department have very specific orders when it comes to filling their traffic ticket quotas. Read more...

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