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'Gentle professor' Bernard St-Laurent honoured with lifetime achievement award
After nearly five decades of covering Quebec's rough-and-tumble political scene, the longtime CBC journalist and radio and television personality is being recognized by his peers for his contributions to the craft.
Families scramble to find new homes for elderly parents with 24 hours' notice
40 seniors living in a private long-term care home in Vallée-Jonction, Que., had 24 hours to find a new place to live, after the owner announced he was closing, effective immediately.
Kahnawake Peacekeepers investigate shooting incident on River Road
The Kahnawake Peacekeepers are leading the investigation with the assistance and expertise of the Sûreté du Québec.
Ste-Catherine Street construction planned for this summer pushed to January 2019
Montreal Mayor Valérie Plante has informed the city’s partners, merchants and residents that the work is to be postponed.
Longboarder's condition improving after high-speed collision with truck
Bike gates on Jacques Cartier Bridge path modified after cyclists point out dangers
Quebec bar members vote to drop challenge of provincial law drafting process