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Noise Limit For Outdoor Events, Steps Towards Safe Impartial Blood Donation, Uber And Lyft Drivers Protest

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Due to multiple complaints over noise from outdoor summer events in Parc Jean-Drapeau, the city of Montreal has reached an agreement with South Shore St-Lambert.


Bill 21 protest, Moscow plane crash, Biodiversity decline

Luca Caruso-Moro & Erdene Batzorig

 

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On Sunday, human chain formed around the Montreal courthouse to protest Quebec’s secularism bill.

Citizens, religious groups, teachers and lawyers, linked arms in solidarity outside the Palais de Justice.


MONTREAL FLOODING, CHILD DEAD IN GRANBY, EBOLA IN CONGO

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McCord Museum's Expansion, Flooding Action Plan, International Jazz Day 2019

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After struggling with limited space in the past, Montreal’s McCord Museum will undergo a massive expansion that will triple the exhibition space.


"Millennial Floods," Amber Alert Found, Canada & Measles

Luca Caruso-Moro

 

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Record flooding continues as communities across eastern Canada scramble to contain the impact of continued downpour.

Here in Quebec, 250 people living along the Rouge River west of Montreal have been told to evacuate.


Train Derailment At L'Assomption, Opioid Crisis In Canada, Sri Lanka's Terrorist Attacks

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A Canadian National freight train derailed at L'Assomption in the Lanaudière region.

A total of 13 cars left the tracks — 10 of them sustaining damage — but there were no injuries reported.


Police Training On Dealing With Mental Health Issues, Canada Prevents "Asylum-Shopping", Protests In Sudan's Capital

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In Montreal, mental health issues were found to be a factor in more than half of all the cases involving the use of deadly police force as stated by CBC.


Montreal Renting Crisis, The "Free Willy" Bill, Bouteflika Resigns

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This was a part of a song called “Je veux ton appartement” by Andy St. Louis, a resident of Montreal who took her search for a new apartment to social media, after spending weeks calling online ads and not seeing anything decent in her price range.  


Harassment at Concordia, Town Hall Against Bill 21, Nibi's Water Song

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Priest Returns to Oratory, Secularism Bill, Brexit Impass

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YUL Pet Squads, Quebec's Secularism Bill, Boeing 737 Max 8 Incident

 

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Since the beginning of October last year, a squad composed of 30 dogs has been roaming around Montréal-Trudeau airport to offer moments of comfort to travellers.


N.H.L in Cree, Fishing in Yellowknife, Thailand's Election Results.

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History was made on Sunday night, as for the first time an N.H.L game was broadcast in Cree.

 


Chez Doris Expansion, Nunavut's New Program, Haka Tribute

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Climate Strike, Internship Strike, Christchurch Shooting

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The Movies Review on Location : Climax

In this episode of At The Movies Review on Location, Remi heads to the dance floor to review Climax from director  Gaspar Noé. 

 

Heavy Metal Book Club: Brave Nu World by Tommy Udo

 
"Once again, it seems that reports of the death of rock and roll have been greatly exaggerated."
 

Montreal's Water Taxi Service, Government Investing In Digital Skills Training, Lake Muskoka Snowmobiling Accident

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After a successful week-long pilot project that happened last summer, a water taxi service between Pointe-aux-Trembles and the Old Port will return on a longer basis this year. It is scheduled to operate from mid-May until mid-October.


New Composting Facility Sparks Controversy, Hockey Player Taunted with Racist Remarks, New Humanitarian Funding for Yemen

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Montreal City Council has awarded a $175 million contract to Suez Canada Waste Services Inc. regarding the construction of a new composting facility in the industrial sector of Saint Laurent borough.


Internal STM Disputes, Halifax House Fire Kills Seven Children , L'Oreal's Women of Worth

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CJLO's To-Do List - Feb 15-17

Every weekend in Montreal is filled with plenty of opportunities to experience music, art, film, and theatre, as well as just a good time. At CJLO, we want to help you find the best events in town, and perhaps introduce you to some new artists or venues. So, here is a list of events happening this coming weekend, February 15-17, to get you excited and give you some ideas.


McGill College Redevelopment, CAQ Support, Haitian Deportations Halted

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AirBnB Regulations in CDN-NDG, Quebec Immigration Applications, Bruce Macarthur Sentenced

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