Thieves steal over $50K in ATM hacks north of Montreal
Police say a technician with the bank called the police around 11:55 p.m. Sunday night to report that one of the ATMs was compromised.
Montreal dentist found guilty of sexual misconduct banned from practising for 2 years
Dr. Nareg Apelian, who maintains his innocence, is appealing the finding against him, while the Ordre des Dentistes du Québec is seeking a longer suspension.
Igloofest music shakes up Montreal neighbourhoods 5 kilometres from concert site
Outremont and Mile End residents may have felt like they had front row seats at a music festival over the past two weekends, but the thumping bass has been reverberating from a concert some five kilometres away in Montreal’s Old Port.
Beaconsfield's landmark Homestyle Bakery closes after 28 years
The Homestyle Bakery and Black Lion Pub recently closed after serving customers for 28 years in Beaconsfield's Beaurepaire Village.
Coronavirus: Should you be wearing a surgical mask?
Quebec's department of public health is not advising the population to wear masks because the risks are so low, but medical workers are advised to do so.
Montreal Airbnb hosts ordered to pay more than $50,000 to condo syndicate
The condo complex's management had hired private investigators to catch tenants in the act of renting out units through Airbnb.
Pierrefonds-Roxboro wants clarity from Montreal on how it plans to prevent future spring floods
The mayor of Pierrefonds-Roxboro says he's frustrated with what he calls the City of Montreal's lack of transparency over whether millions of dollars of federal funds will be used to prevent future disastrous flooding in the West Island.
Work to close part of Victoria Bridge, Highway 10 this week
The Victoria Bridge and part of the Bonaventure Expressway will close this week for maintenance, the provincial ministry of transportation said on Monday.
Jakub Vrana extends point streak, leads Capitals over Canadiens 4-2
Jakub Vrana scored and added an assist as the conference-leading Washington Capitals extended their win streak to four games with a 4-2 victory over the Montreal Canadiens on Monday night.
Summer Jobs in Saint-Laurent: It's Time to Apply!
[Saint-Laurent] The Borough of Saint-Laurent is looking for dynamic candidates for a stimulating work experience during the 2020 summer season. The application period runs from January 24 to March 15, 2020 (see details of the dates for each position below). Please note that additional jobs may be posted in the [...]
Registration for Summer Camps starts Tuesday, February 4
[Saint-Laurent] Saint-Laurent, January 23, 2020 – It's already time to think about summer! The registration period for the Borough of Saint-Laurent's summer camps, which will take place June 22 - August 21, starts on Tuesday, February 4.
Designed for children and teens age 5-16, the camps in Saint-Laurent offer [...]
March Break at Espace pour la vie: An Opportunity to Unlock the Mystery of Strange Plants and Shooting Stars!
[Espace pour la vie] Montréal, le 21 janvier 2020 - Espace pour la vie offers two new activities for the coming March Break. First, an entertaining event that unfolds in a slightly crazy universe tinged with fantasy and strangeness, at Jardin botanique de Montréal, The Odd Plants of Mrs Z. And, at the Planétarium Rio [...]
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