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: The man charged in the Quebec City mosque shootings returns to court on six counts of first-degree murder and five of attempted murder.

: A 26-year-old man is in police custody and may face hate crime charges after an Ontario St. mosque was vandalized early Tuesday.

: This story was first published on Feb. 16, 2003, in the Montreal Gazette. Molson’s first ad sought a ‘continuance of past favours”: The Subscriber...

: The Rangers will provide a stern test when they host the Habs Tuesday night at Madison Square Garden, where they have won 5 straight games.

: With less traffic and fewer vehicles parked on West Island streets, snow plows can clear the streets relatively quickly

: With less traffic and fewer vehicles parked on West Island streets, snow plows can clear the streets relatively quickly

: With less traffic and fewer vehicles parked on West Island streets, snow plows can clear the streets relatively quickly

: “(Roghayeh Azizi Mirmahaleh) is likely to be arrested and possibly executed in Iran,” the Québec solidaire spokesperson warns.

: A light plane carrying five people crashed into a shopping mall on Tuesday in the city of Melbourne, officials said.

: In a passionate debate that’s unlikely to change the British government’s position, Trump was labeled a misogynist, a bigot and a “petulant child” by opposition...

: Errol Burke said he was about to enter a Côte-des-Neiges dépanneur Saturday when he was wrestled to the ground by at least three officers.

: LONDON — Thousands of protesters against U.S. President Donald Trump rallied outside Britain’s Parliament on Monday, while lawmakers inside urged the government...

: The controversial Hydro-Québec expansion of the St-Jean substation in Dollard-des-Ormeaux has been given the green light.

: A Montreal man says he is still shaken two days after he was detained by police in a case of mistaken identity. Errol Burke said he was about to...

: Quebec providing $12.7 million for climate change research

: With a sharp rise in the number of refugee claimants illegally entering Canada through unguarded points like Roxham Road, the RCMP and Canada Border Services Agency...

: CAQ justice critic Simon Jolin-Barrette said he will table a bill at the National Assembly this week that would forbid companies running reward programs from making changes, such...

: Higgins, a 22-year-old mother of two from LaSalle, was reported missing by her family on July 7, 2015. Her dismembered body was found days later in the town of...

: "I don’t know another word for it, but he’s not going to bull---- you," forward Mike McCarron says

: Welcoming illegal immigrants to use municipal and, the city hopes, provincial services will create pressures on existing resources.

: The move guarantees services to undocumented immigrants

: Perhaps lost in the commotion of ‘terrorist attacks’ in Sweden and Bowling Green, many Montrealers may have missed out on this real news: the city’s calèche drivers will...

: Montreal police are investigating a suspicious death in a nursing home in the Ville Marie borough.

: Michel Therrien isn't the only coach who doesn't think the 23-year-old deserves spot on top line.

: The designation means undocumented refugees will have full access to local services regardless of their status

: Montreal's transit authority says it plans to start work this fall on a second entrance to the Vendôme métro station — this one with elevators — that...

: At a January town hall meeting in Sherbrooke, Trudeau refused to answer half-a-dozen questions in English.

: Quebec, the world’s largest producer of maple syrup, is ramping up output as it fends off rising competition from the U.S. and neighbouring provinces ...

: The PCB saga swirling around a property on Hymus Blvd. in Pointe-Claire continues. The testing has been done on some adjacent land and the Quebec Environment...

: When the city of Montreal announced that it would cancel a snow-removal contract in the Sud-Ouest borough, Paul Gott and his neighbours on Coursol St. were not...

: Virtue may well be its own reward, but over the next few days, it might also net you $125. Financial services company iA Groupe financier has decided to celebrate its 125th anniversary...

: A construction worker in his 30s is being treated for injuries to his face, shoulder and ribs after falling four meters from a scaffolding.
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