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The CJLO news team brings you the hottest stories in the city! Catch the latest news segments and articles here or view the complete list.


September 30, 2014

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Hosted by Danny Aubry

Stories by Marilla Steuter-Martin & Danny Aubry

Produced by Marilla Steuter-Martin


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Hosted by Alexa Everett

Produced by Sam Obrand 

Stories by Emeline Vidal & Catlin Spencer 


Friday September 26, 2014

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Hosted by Catlin Spencer

Stories by Marilla Steuter-Martin

Produced by Marilla Steuter-Martin


September 25th, 2014

Hosted by: Celeste Lee

Stories by: Celeste Lee, Marilla Steuter-Martin

Produced by: Emeline Vidal


Wednesday September 24th 2014

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Hosted by: Jocelyn Beaudet 

Stories by: Sam Obrand + Julia Bryant


Innu groups sue IOC Rio Tinto

Two Innu communities in Quebec and Newfoundland are suing the Iron Ore Company of Canada for $900 million dollars. 
 
According to CBC, the groups claim that the IOC Rio Tinto has mined their land for over 60 years and it is time for them to pay up.
 
The requested amount is based on how much the mining company has made since they began drilling in 1954.
 
Quebec Superior Court Justice Marc-Andre Blanchard has denied an effort from the IOC to have the case thrown out, signaling to the Innu people to continue their class-action lawsuit.

Tuesday September 23, 2014

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Hosted by Danny Aubry

Stories by Alexa Everett & Danny Aubry

Produced by Marilla Steuter-Martin


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Hosted by: Alexa Everett

Stories by: Marilla Steuter-Martin & Emeline Vidal

Produced by: Sam Obrand


Friday September 19, 2014

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Hosted by Catlin Spencer

Stories by Pauline Nesbitt & Catlin Spencer

Produced by Marilla Steuter-Martin


September, 18th 2014

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Hosted by: Celeste Lee

Stories by: Marilla Steuter-Martin, Celeste Lee

Produced by: Emeline Vidal


Wednesday September 17th 2014

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Hosted by: Jocelyn Beaudet

Stories by: Marilla Streuter-Martin + Sam Obrand

Produced by: Catlin Spencer


Tuesday September 16, 2014

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Hosted by Danny Aubry

Stories by Alexa Everett & Danny Aubry

Produced by Marilla Steuter-Martin


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Hosted by: Alexa Everett

Produced by: Sam Obrand

Stories by: Marilla Steuter-Martin


Friday September 12, 2014

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Hosted by Cat Spencer

Stories by Cat Spencer & Pauline Nesbitt

Produced by Marilla Steuter-Martin


September 11th, 2014

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Hosted by: Celeste Lee

Produced by: Emeline Vidal

Stories by: Sam Obrand, Emeline Vidal, Marilla Steuter-Martin


Wednesday, September 10th, 2014

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Hosted by: Jocelyn Beaudet

Stories by: Celeste Lee + Marilla Streuter-Martin

Produced by: Celeste Lee


Tuesday September 9, 2014

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Hosted by Danny Aubry

Stories by Danny Aubry & Alexa Everett

Produced by Marilla Steuter-Martin


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Hosted by: Alexa Everett

Produced by: Sam Obrand

Stories by: Catlin Spencer and Emeline Vidal


Friday September 5, 2014

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Hosted by Catlin Spencer

Stories by Catlin Spencer & Marilla Steuter-Martin

Produced by Marilla Steuter-Martin & Sam Obrand


September 4th, 2014

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Hosted by: Catlin Spencer

Stories by: Catlin Spencer

Produced by: Emeline Vidal


Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014

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Hosted by: Catlin Spencer

Stories by: Celeste Lee + Marilla Streuter-Martin

Produced by: Catlin Spencer + Celeste Lee


Tuesday September 2, 2014

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Hosted by Alexa Everett

Stories by Danny Aubry & Alexa Everett

Produced by Marilla Steuter-Martin


Charges for City Hall vandals

Sixty three Montreal city workers are facing disciplinary sanctions and some may lose their jobs after City Hall was vandalized in last week’s Bill 3 protest.
 
According to the Gazette, some municipal workers who stormed council chambers broke windows and assaulted a councillor.
 
Police officers who stood by during the protest are facing disciplinary charges as well, and thirty firefighters have been suspended without pay. 
 
Mayor Denis Coderre, who promised consequences last week, expressed outrage over the protest but says he won’t generalize over a few individuals who went too far.

BC teachers' strike continues

Talks between the British Columbia Teachers' Federation and the B.C. Public School Employers' Association have come to a halt, Sunday.

According to CBC, both sides can't agree on teachers' involvement in class sizes and distribution, as well as salaries.

Further talks have not been scheduled, and 40 000 teachers remain on strike across the province, only days before the beginning of the school year.

While the B.C. government will not force teachers back to school, it will provide families with children under 12 a 40$ a-day stipend to cover day-care costs.


Monday September 1, 2014

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Hosted by Danny Aubry

Stories by Catlin Spencer & Emeline Vidal

Produced bu Marilla Steuter-Martin


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