Montreal officer violated code of ethics after traffic stop goes awry, committee finds
Const. Éric Locas violated Quebec's code of ethics after he neglected a woman's safety during a routine traffic stop, then contacted her after she filed a complaint against him, the province's police ethics committee ruled earlier this month.
The Pollcast: The tide turns in Quebec
On the latest episode of the Pollcast, the CBC's Catherine Cullen discusses the first days of Maxime Bernier's new party, and Christian Bourque breaks down the latest numbers out of Quebec.
Slim majority opposes Waskaganish traditional powwow; organizers moving ahead anyway
Organizer Susan Esau says this vote "shows that people need to be educated about what a powwow really is.' She didn't cast a ballot in the vote because 'we don't vote on other cultural matters.'
Inuk woman's killer faces sentencing after several delays
"She is one among many," says the victim's cousin, who calls the homicide "a terrible tragedy and a terrible injustice."
Canadiens Notebook: Jesperi Kotkaniemi won't be in lineup vs. Panthers
Goalie Carey Price will make his preseason debut and fans can watch new No. 1 line of Max Domi between Jonathan Drouin and Joel Armia.
Ex-NYT critic who trashed Montreal bagels now on about maple syrup
What did Montreal ever do to Mimi Sheraton?
Quebec City man arrested after election posters were shot
A 26-year-old Quebec City man has been arrested after the election poster of an Independent candidate was shot up.
Canada-wide warrant for woman wanted in Ottawa hotel beating death
Ottawa police have identified the man fatally beaten in a south-end hotel room and the woman wanted on a Canada-wide warrant for first-degree murder in connection to his death.
Court grants stay in Toronto council-cutting case
Ontario's top court has sided with the provincial government in a legal battle over the size of Toronto's council, firmly establishing a reduced 25-ward electoral map for the city's looming municipal vote.
Espace pour la vie presents three Great Debates featuring experts with different experiences and viewpoints
[Espace pour la vie] Montréal, September 19, 2018 – This fall, Espace pour la vie is hosting three Great Debates as part of its Human and Nature Encounters. The goal is to reflect on our connection with the living world and how we can make concrete changes in the way we dwell in nature, on our planet and in the [...]
The Fight Against Cancer: First Edition of Terry Fox Run in Saint-Laurent a Great Success!
[Saint-Laurent] Saint-Laurent, September 18, 2018 – On Sunday, September 16, Saint-Laurent's elected officials attended the sunny start of the first edition of the Terry Fox Run at the Bassin du Suroît shelter at Parc Bois-Franc. Just over 50 participants raised $1,560 for cancer research. Under the initiative of [...]
Redesign of Rue Decelles: Let the Celebrations Begin!
[Saint-Laurent] Saint-Laurent, September 17, 2018 – The temporary redevelopment of Rue Decelles, between Boulevard Décarie and Avenue Sainte-Croix, will be officially inaugurated on Tuesday, September 25, at 5 p.m. As it may be recalled, this project is one of three selected for the 2018 edition of Ville de [...]
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