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UPDATE: Restaurant apologizes for telling employee not to speak English with co-workers

A woman says she showed up for work at a Deux-Montagnes Valentine restaurant last weekend to find a sign in the back store telling her to speak French at all times. Read more...

Seniors die from choking in long term care homes

Coroners reports consulted by the Journal de Montreal revealed in the last three years some twenty seniors died from choking on their food in long term care facilities across the province. Read more...

Firefighters new communication system still not working

Soon after the city implemented a new $44 million communications system for first responders in December we heard the technology wasn't working properly. Now we're finding out the problem still hasn't been fixed. Read more...

"If you build it, they will come": Coderre announces $11M for new baseball fields

The city will be investing $11 million on baseball fields and promoting the sport over the next three years. Read more...

UPDATE: Website for small Île-Perrot town hacked; Islamic extremist group claims responsibility

A small town of about 2000 people on Île-Perrot appears to be the target of a cyber attack from Islamic extremists. Read more...

Still danger of water contamination in Longueuil

Seems as though the danger of tap water contamination in Longueuil hasn't passed. Read more...

Longueuil residents don't want class-action against city for water crisis

Not everyone in Longueuil thinks it's a good idea to file a $29 million class-action lawsuit against the City of Longueuil for its handling of last week's tainted tap water crisis.  Some residents are getting together to argue that winning the lawsuit would actually be losing.  Read more...

Two Laval cops suspended; accused of leaking information to media

Two Laval police officers have been suspended.  It's believed they leaked information to the media about a Laval firefighter guilty of selling drugs from his firehouse. Read more...

Suspicious fire at Saint-Laurent used car dealership

The fire that shut down the southbound side of Marcel Laurin Boulevard in Saint-Laurent for several hours Wednesday morning was the work of an arsonist.  Read more...

UPDATE: Order of Nurses reveals high failure rate of English nursing students

The Quebec Order of Nurses is finally admitting that Anglophone students are having a much tougher time passing its licensing exam than Francophones. Read more...

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