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Montreal police officer will stand trial in connection with 2016 drug bust death
Christian Gilbert, a Montreal police officer accused of killing a man during a drug bust two years ago, is headed to trial.
SAQ employees walk off job, shutting some stores
Employees of the SAQ, Quebec's government-run liquor board, walked off the job Tuesday, forcing the closure of some stores across the province.
Cleanup begins after CP Rail train derails west of Montreal
The train was heading eastbound. Some of the cars contained diesel and propane, but none were leaking late Monday.
Mile End tenants say life in apartment intolerable since new owners took over
Tenants in a Mile End apartment building claim for the past four months, the new owners have made their lives unbearable through a number of means, in an attempt to force them to leave.
Hydro-Québec restores power after storms bring heavy rain, lightning
At the peak of Tuesday's storms, nearly 30,000 Hydro-Québec clients were without power, however by early afternoon, almost everyone's power had been restored.