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  Montreal could see up to 50 mm of rainfall between Wednesday and Thursday nights. That's about the length or a golf tee, or three and a half Aspirins.
  The cause of the incident remains under investigation.
  Brashear made millions of dollars in the NHL, however after his retirement he found himself entangled in legal and financial problems.
  The class action was launched when a plaintiff alleged Airbnb violated Quebec law by showing consumers one price, then added 13% to 17% in the form of...
  The West Island riding of Lac-St-Louis is considered one of the safest Liberal seats in Quebec.
  Bruce Dinsmore stars in the Hudson Village Theatre production of Billy Bishop Goes to War. He describes the play as "a hoot."
  Annie de Lorimier witnessed the kindness of flood volunteers first hand, so she asked Sinfonia de l'ouest to perform in their honour.
  In the spring of 1961, three municipalities on Île-Jésus — St-Martin, L'Abord-à-Plouffe and Renaud — amalgamated to become Chomedey.
  A conservation group has just added Montreal to a six-city investigation into fish fraud, and it shows Montreal consumers are being duped.
  Environment Canada is calling for mainly cloudy skies with wind gusting to 40 km/h and a high of 18
  If you're dissatisfied with the mainstream, you can choose a party named after an animal — or an animal-rights party.
  "There were some breakdowns. We weren't sharp and we let them take the lead," Jeff Petry says about Montreal's rough start to the second...
  Montreal's improved power play notches another goal, but the team's horrendous penalty killing is a cause for concern.
  "Right now I’m just feeling good," he says after emotional scene following win over Blues. "The crowd’s behind me."
  A brief look at some of the top stories on the Gazette website today. Habs liveblog Julian McKenzie made his debut on the Gazette site Tuesday night. How ...
  Borough of Île-Bizard—Ste-Geneviève has fined the Ferme Bord-du-Lac $423 for violating two local bylaws in connection with dumping.
  Was part of Montreal's 1968 Stanley Cup team before getting traded to the Minnesota North Stars and winning Calder Trophy.
  Fresh off Thanksgiving weekend, the Canadiens host the Tampa Bay Lightning at the Bell Centre.
  Fresh off Thanksgiving weekend, the Montreal Canadiens host the Tampa Bay Lightning at the Bell Centre.
  The 5-foot-8, 177-pounder has scored two majors in his first two games with Montreal, something no first-year Als player had accomplished.
  From the Rendez-Vous Arts exhibit in Dorval, the Baie-D'Urfé Potters Guild exhibit to the World Music with Tessala show in Pointe-Claire, there are many West Island...
  "What I see here is a project that is on time and on budget," Chantal Rouleau says in response to reports of delays.
  Appeal court upholds ruling city must pay more than $1.5M to a construction firm whose bid was rejected in favour of a lower submission.
  Brendan Gallagher says he was "pretty lucky" as a rookie to have former Canadiens coach Michel Therrien protect him until he was ready.
  Resilience Montreal is to be housed in a former McDonald's, at least initially. Here's how a group of women came together to make it happen.
  Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau promised his party would ban military-style assault rifles and launch a $400-million buyback program.
  The Montreal Gazette speaks with four everyday pot smokers who buy on the sly.
  Cabbies want compensation to match the value their taxi permits had when Uber first entered the Quebec market.
  Lindsay Place High School in Pointe-Claire will hold a Town Hall Oct. 16 to discuss its future within the Lester B. Pearson School Board.
  That means forward Nick Cousins will be a healthy scratch, along with defencemen Cale Fleury and Mike Reilly, with Carey Price in goal.
  Quebec's international relations minister added, "We are far from indifferent. ... We favour a peaceful outcome."
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