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UPDATE: McGill Redmen coach resigns amid player controversy

The head coach of the McGill Redmen football team has resigned. In a letter, Clinton Uttley says his decision stems from a statement the university released last week in response to the arrest on domestic violence charges of 23-year old running back Luis-Andres Guimont-Mota. Read more...

Patients' rights groups concerned about new health reform

Half a dozen patients' advocacy groups held a news conference Tuesday morning to raise concerns about Health Minister Dr. Gaetan Barrette's new reform bill. Read more...

Constance-Lethbridge director general getting pension and salary for same job

A bureaucrat at a bilingual health care institution mired in controversy is now generating controversy herself because she is double-dipping.  She is working on contract at the job she retired from last year while at the same time collecting her government pension. Read more...

New Nuns Island causeway-bridge will open next Monday

The federal infrastructure Minister announced Monday morning that the new temporary Nuns Island causeway-bridge will be open to Montreal-bound traffic by next Monday October 6, and Southbound traffic by October 18, 2014. Read more...

Walkathon downtown for HIV/AIDS

This morning about 4000 people will walk 7 KM through downtown Montreal for the Farha Foundation's 22nd annual Ça Marche walkathon to support the fight against HIV/AIDS. Read more...

TeamBuy sold: what does it mean for those who lost cash?

An update to CJAD’s exclusive story this month about the TeamBuy and DealFind online coupon sites. Read more...

Commuters upset about AMT paid parking

Some West Island commuters using the Roxboro-Pierrefonds AMT train station say they're not happy with a paid parking pilot project. Read more...

Overhaul to education system expected

There’s a report that says the provincial government is preparing a major overhaul of Quebec's education system, with one option being forced mergers of school boards and the other being the elimination of them.  Read more...

Cops looking for Dorval shopping centre sex assault suspect

The Montreal police is asking West Islanders to report any unwanted sexual advances. Read more...

UPDATE: English Montreal School Board votes no to cuts

The EMSB voted not to cut its annual budget by $2.3 million at its board meeting Tuesday night. The last meeting before the November 2 school board elections. Read more...

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