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Recent rise in COVID-19 cases linked to private events, WE Charity closure, New Orderlies realize salary less than promised

Reporter: Shanellie Marie

Stories: Hadassah Salomao de Alencar 

 


 

Recent rise in COVID-19 cases linked to private events

Montrealers going to private events is leading to an increase in COVID-19 cases.


Healthy kids must go to school, 70 schools with COVID-19, Quebec judge apologizes

Stories by Hadassah Alencar 

Voice Luca Caruso-Moro

 

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Healthy kids must go to school 

All children without a medical exemption need to go back to school. 

A Quebec judge has denied a request to have distanced learning options for children who didn't qualify for medical exemption.


Dawson teacher under investigation, Homeschooling numbers skyrocket, Virus found in 47 Quebec schools

Reporter: Shanellie Marie

Stores: Luca Caruso Moro

 


 

Dawson teacher under investigation

A Dawson College teacher is facing a wave of misconduct allegations.

Winston Sutton is a long time drama teacher at the college. 


Statue of first prime minister toppled, Mural honours nurses, Musk implants pig

Stories: Luca Caruso Moro

Reporter: Shanellie Marie

 


 

Statue of first Prime minister toppled 

The statue of Canada's first Prime minister John A MacDonald was pulled to the was pulled to the ground on Saturday. 


19 year old dies of coronavirus, Mothers head to court, New street check policy for Montreal police

Reporter: Shanellie Marie

Stories: Luca Caruso Moro

 


 

19 year old dies of coronavirus

 

A 19 year-old has died of the Coronavirus. Don Beni Kabangu Nsapu is one of the youngest people to die of the virus in Canada.


Kanestake’s first coronavirus cases, Apple faces lawsuit in China, Montreal cop suspended

Reporter: Shanellie Marie

Stories: Luca Caruso Moro 

 


 

Kanestake’s first coronavirus cases

The Kanestake Emergency Response Unit has announced the first COVID-19 cases in the community.


McGill students rally to take down statue, Quebec students not required to wear masks, Thousands of Quebecers paid rent with loans over the summer

Reporter: Shanellie Marie

Stories: Luca Caruso Moro

 


 

McGill students rally to take down statue

McGill students rallied on Saturday calling on the university to remove the statue of the university’s founder. 


Vigil for young victim of police shooting, COVID-19 lasts longer than we thought, Kahnawake publisher publishes books for kids in Mohawk

Reporter: Shanellie Marie

Stories: Luca Caruso-Moro

 


 

Vigil for young victim of police shooting

People gathered to remember Riley Fairholm on Saturday at the SQ detachment in Dunham, a small town 50 kilometres southeast of Montreal. 

Two years ago, Fairholm was shot by police for having a BB gun, he was just 17 years old. 


CSU calls on sexual assault policy overhaul, Hundreds gather denouncing sexual assault, We could already be in a COVID-19 second wave

Shanellie Marie

Luca Caruso Moro

 


 

CSU calls on sexual assault policy overhaul 

The CSU has joined the Human Rights Commission calling on Concordia to change how it handles allegations of sexual assault. 


Calls to increase testing, BLM painting downtown, BLM painting downtown

Hadassah Alencar

Sasha Teman

Luca Caruso-Moro

 

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Calls to increase testing 

Montreal public health officials are calling for more testing.

This after a spike in positive cases as bars open their doors across the city.


Woodnote in advanced stages, Masks mandatory on public transit, Oka Crisis 30 years later

Reporter: Shanellie Marie

Stories: Luca Caruso Moro 

 


 

Woodnote in advanced stages

The CSU says the Woodnote housing project is almost finished. 

Several units are expected to become available by the end of the summer, leased at 10-20 per cent below market value. 


Atlantic bubble booms with travellers, Experts concerned with incoming flu season, Sex workers demand consideration during COVID

Stories: Luca Caruso Moro

Reporter: Shanellie Marie 

 


 

Atlantic bubble booms with travellers

The so-called Atlantic Bubble rules have arrived, allowing people in the eastern provinces to travel freely throughout the region without self-isolating. 


Racist yearbooks recalled, Quebec resumes COVID briefings, Drug bust in Eastern Townships

Reporter: Shanellie Marie

Stories: Luca Caruso Moro

 

 


 

Racist yearbooks recalled

A Montreal area highschool is recalling its yearbooks which include a racist joke. 


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