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NEWS FOR FRIDAY, JULY 20TH 2018

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NATIONAL

By Allison O’Reilly

Smoke is blanketing British Columbia’s Okanagan Valley as several fires continue to burn out of control in the region, jamming traffic on the main highway.

 


NEWS FOR WEDNESDAY, JULY 11TH 2018

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LOCAL
By Calvin Cashen

Authorities say that about 70 people have died as a result of the heat wave, which ravaged Montreal last week.


NEWS FOR MONDAY, JULY 9TH 2018

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LOCAL
By Patricia Petit Liang

The Montreal morgue has become so overcrowded following this summer’s heat wave that the coroner's office has had to partner with a funeral home to house all of the city's bodies.


NEWS FOR WEDNESDAY, JULY 4TH 2018

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LOCAL
By Patricia Petit Liang


NEWS FOR WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27TH 2018

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LOCAL
By Calvin Cashen

Montreal food banks are experiencing a large influx of refugee families in need of government support.


NEWS FOR FRIDAY, JUNE 22 2018

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NATIONAL

By Allison O’Reilly

One of the four remaining commissioners on the national inquiry into murdered and missing Indigenous women announced they have decided to keep working with the inquiry despite disappointment with the federal government's limited extension.

 


NEWS FOR WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20TH 2018

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LOCAL
By Calvin Cashen

The head of the anti-immigrant group Atalante Quebec was apprehended after police issued a warrant for his arrest on Monday.


NEWS FOR MONDAY, JUNE 18TH 2018

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LOCAL
By Patricia Petit Liang


NEWS FOR FRIDAY, JUNE 15TH 2018

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NATIONAL

By Patricia Petit Liang

 

Ontario's Progressive Conservative party secured a majority government, ending 15 years of Liberal power in the province on Thursday.

 

According to CBC News, Doug Ford, a one-term Toronto city councilor and businessman, became the province's premier after he won his seat in Etobicoke North where many of the core supporters of late former mayor Rob Ford reside.


NEWS FOR WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6TH 2018

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LOCAL
By Patricia Petit Liang

The Montreal police service broke a historic agreement with Indigenous people by abruptly scrapping a sensitivity training plan created by a network of local Aboriginal groups.


NEWS FOR MONDAY, JUNE 4TH 2018

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NATIONAL
By Karl Knox


NEWS FOR MONDAY, MAY 28TH 2018

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LOCAL
By Patricia Petit Liang

Indigenous chiefs denounced Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project at a protest in Montreal on Sunday.


NEWS FOR FRIDAY, MAY 25TH 2018

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LOCAL

By Allison O’Reilly

An anti-immigrant group barged into the Montreal offices of Vice Media unannounced on Wednesday to throw leaflets and insult reporters.


NEWS FOR WEDNESDAY, MAY 23RD 2018

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LOCAL
By Patricia Petit Liang

Quebec Superior Court justice Donald Bisson has given permission to about 20 women to pursue a class action lawsuit against Just For Laughs founder Gilbert Rozon.


NEWS FOR FRIDAY, MAY 18TH 2018

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