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High-tech features in CHUM burn unit speed up patient recovery
When you look at Alexandra Duchesne, you see a vibrant young woman working on a Masters degree — but only two years ago she was covered in bandages, almost from head to toe, after being burned by hot oil.
Provincial police union acknowledges tense relations with Indigenous citizens in Val-d'Or
The union representing Sûreté du Québec officers recommends better training programs for recruits who work with Indigenous communities, but it is also criticizing certain methods used by the Viens Commission to document their work.
Health Canada takes steps to restrict amount of alcohol allowed in sugary premixed beverages
Health Canada is taking steps to reduce the amount of alcohol allowed in the potent, sugary, premixed drinks that the agency says are becoming a growing risk to public health, especially for young people.
Quebec judge to rule on whether sexual abuse class-action against Jehovah's Witnesses can proceed
A Quebec Superior Court justice is now deliberating on whether to authorize a class-action lawsuit against the religious group. Complainants are each seeking $250,000 in damages for sexual abuse claims.
Anglo rights will be respected when school boards abolished, education minister says
"Of course, it is important to do it right and to do it by respecting the rights of the anglophone communities to control and manage schools," said Education Minister Jean-François Roberge.
Police ask for help to identify West Island hit-and-run suspect
As 2019 approaches, Kahnawake ready for year-long celebration of its Mohawk language speakers
'We need to keep watching': Meet Montreal's new inspector general
Police officer who pleaded guilty following Val-d'Or investigation dies of cancer before being sentenced
Canada Post says normal delivery times restored for most of the country
City will follow recommendations on Camillien-Houde project, Plante says
New impaired driving laws give Montreal police more power to test drivers
Quebec man sentenced to 8 years, 5 months in Australian prison for smuggling cocaine
Critics ask why rules to protect air passengers are still waiting in the wings
People forced from their homes during overnight fires in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu
Quebec's increase in SUVs threaten environmental targets, report shows
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