COVID-19 Update, Wu-Tang Clan Chips in for Food Bank

Reporter: Shanellie Marie

Stories: Luca Caruso-Moro 



COVID Update

“If they want cash, we’ll pay cash.”


COVID-19 Updates, April Rent, Extended COVID-19 response

Anchor: Hadassah Alencar 



COVID-19 Updates

Mayor Valérie Plante is warning Montrealers that parks will close if social distancing rules are not respected. 

COVID-19 Update, -N.D.G. Mayor Sue Montgomery Charged with Ethics Violation, Northwest Territories and Indigenous Services Canada Deal

Anchor Luca Caruso-Moro

Stories Hadassah Alencar




COVID-19 Update

Ottawa will spend $2 billion dollars on protective personal equipment to cope with the health crisis.

The critical medical supplies will be made in Canada. 

COVID-19 Quebec Updates, Canadian Military Steps In, COVID-19 Weekly International Updates

Sasha Teman



COVID-19 Quebec Updates

Detainees launch hunger strike, Kahnawake no longer selling tobacco, China closes boarders

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Reporter: Shanellie Marie

Stories: Luca Caruso-Moro


Detainees launch hunger strike

Ten people detained in the Laval Immigration Detention Centre have launched a hunger strike.

COVID-19 update, small business owners, homeless housed in hotels

Hadassah Alencar




COVID-19 update

Ottawa has announced a 2000 dollar per month payment for Canadians who have been let go of their jobs due to the coronavirus.

Those who have suffered a drastic decrease in their salary but are still employed, can also apply.

Thousands screen for COVID-19, China lifts lockdown, Canadiens lay offs

Anchor: Luca Caruso-Moro

Writer: Hadassah Alencar




Thousands screen for COVID-19

On its opening day, the first coronavirus screening center in Montreal tested over 2,000 people.

COVID-19 Cases Spike in Quebec, Virus Layoffs Grow, Olympics Postponed

Sasha Teman

Maya Lach-Adelbaum




COVID-19 Cases Spike in Quebec

Quebec has now reported a jump in its number of probable COVID-19 cases, now placing it at 628 cases. 

Students pushed out of residence, EI applications boom, Feds announce virus response for First Nations

Stories: Luca Caruso-Moro

Reporter: Shanellie Marie





Students in Concordia’s residencies are being pushed out of their dorms in an effort to halt the spread of COVID-19.

On March 18, students were given 4 days notice to pack up and leave.

Increase in blood donations, COVID-19 sparks fears of racist attacks, Concordia residence evictions

Hadassah Alencar




Increase in blood donations during virus pandemic

Legault asked Quebecers to donate blood on the COVID-19 update on Monday

A spokesperson for Héma-Québec said the number of daily blood donations decreased 75 per cent after people were asked to stay home last week.

Divided NDG council, Montreal manhood, Trudeau COVID-19

Hadassah Alencar
Maya Lach Adelbaum




NDG borough meeting 

There were several hot issues discussed at Wednesday’s NDG council meeting:

Councillors voted to close down police station 11 on Somerled and Kensington Avenue. 

Information Meeting On Plan To Merge Stations 9 and 11, Canada's $1.1B COVID-19 Response Fund, Harvey Weinstein Sentenced

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Montreal police announced that a public meeting will be held on Monday March 16th to provide the public with information on the plan to merge Station 11 on Somerled in NDG and Station 9 in neighbouring Cote St. Luc.

News on the merger has sparked opposition in both boroughs. NDG borough mayor and Côte-Saint-Luc mayor are calling for public consultations on the issue rather than an information meeting.

Kahnawake Mohawk protestors lifted the rail barricades, Earthquake in Montreal, COVID-19 case in Quebec

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Stories by: Luca Caruso-Moro

Reporter: Shanellie Marie



Kahnawake Mohawk protestors lifted the rail barricades on their territory on Thursday.

General Hospital prepares for COVID-19, Quebec's new dangerous dog law, Quebecers support Indigenous causes

Hadassah Alencar




Special COVID-19 training for General Hospital 

The Jewish General Hospital has been designated as a treatment centre for Coronavirus.

It is one of four Quebec hospitals assigned by the province to handle the outbreak.

Bill 101 affecting businesses, English education in Montreal, Mass teacher protests

Stories by: Hadassah Alencar and Luca Caruso-Moro

Reporter: Shanellie Marie



Bill 101 will now affect small and medium sized businesses.