Curfew leaves some Montrealers scrambling to move their car before snow-removal operations
The second snow-removal operation of the season started on Sunday at 7 a.m., with hospitals, access to public transit networks and major arteries a top priority.
Quebec woman pleads guilty to fraud after pretending to be a nurse for 20 years
A Quebec woman has been ordered to pay a $100,000 fine after she pleaded guilty to using fake credentials to get hired as a nurse by the Jonquière hospital and work there for 20 years.
How to cope with winter isolation during the pandemic
The pandemic is a difficult time for everyone, and experts say it's important to remember that there is a lot right now that is beyond our control. We've compiled some ways to help cope with winter isolation and to know when you should consider getting professional help.
Canadiens' Joel Edmundson happy to start season with a long road trip
New defenceman gets a chance to know his new teammates better and learn that Brendan Gallagher is a fan of Canadian rock group Nickelback.
Stu Cowan: Harnarayan Singh bringing a breath of fresh air to Hockey Night in Canada
Sportsnet's play-by-play announcer Harnarayan Singh was one of the stars in Saturday night's Canadiens-Oilers game from Edmonton.
Liveblog: Canadiens, Oilers meet in early season rematch
Jake Allen starts in goal for Montreal, Habs and Oilers meet once again in Edmonton
Do you want to build a snowman? Montrealers do!
The first major snowstorm of the year was a great opportunity for Montrealers to get out of their houses and show a little creativity.
Incident caught in viral video has Montreal police officers accused of racism
The lawyer for a man whose interaction with Montreal police was caught on camera is accusing the officers involved of racial profiling.
Quebec to fast-track permits for some foreign-trained nurses to give vaccines and COVID-19 tests
Quebec is pursuing yet another strategy to bolster its dangerously understaffed nursing ranks. It will speed up foreign-trained nurses' authorization to do vaccination and testing, Quebec’s professional order of nurses has confirmed.
COVID-19 | Seating and computer stations accessible in Montréal libraries
[Ville de Montréal] Montréal, le 17 janvier 2021 - In compliance with current health standards and the latest guidelines issued by the Québec government, Montréal has announced that individual seats and computer stations will be accessible its library system as of Monday, January 18, 2021.
Seats and computer stations [...]
COVID-19 | State of emergency renewed for the urban agglomeration of Montréal
[Ville de Montréal] Montréal, le 15 janvier 2021 - In accordance with the Civil Protection Act, Montréal's executive committee has renewed the state of emergency for the urban agglomeration of Montréal on January 15, 2021, for a period of five days.
The local state of emergency, which was declared on March 27, grants [...]
COVID-19 | Montréal rolls out new prevention measures
[Ville de Montréal] Montréal, le 13 janvier 2021 - In the context of COVID-19 and in compliance with the new directives issued by the government of Québec, Montréal is rolling out new prevention measures effective immediately and until February 8, 2021, in accordance with the daily curfew in effect between 8 p.m. and [...]
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