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PQ leader promises another independence referendum
Parti Québécois Leader Paul St-Pierre Plamondon is reiterating his pledge for a third referendum on independence should his party take power in the next election, calling Ottawa an "existential threat" to Quebec's identity.
Fire tears through century-old St. James Church in Hudson, Que.
Several firefighters, including some from two neighbouring municipalities, are working to control the blaze.
Thy Women's Weeds at Centaur Theatre reimagines Shakespearean heroines
We speak with playwright Erin Shields about the feminist satire she created using the female characters from Shakespeare's plays. We also speak with actress Deena Aziz about the complex roles she plays and the fun she has with the performance.

Danielle Serdachny scores OT goal to lift Canada to 6-5 win over U.S. in womenís hockey world final
The rivalry is so tight, both teams are 18-18 in world championship meetings, with Canada now holding a 104-103 edge in goals scored.
Fire breaks out at Hudson's St. James Anglican Church
Fire departments from several surrounding areas assisted Hudson firefighters in putting out the blaze.
Little research on student housing in Quebec: report
More research is needed to better understand the issue and find solutions, according to an assistant professor involved in a review of existing studies.

Montreal wrestler qualifies for Paris Olympic Games
At 26 years old, Alex Moore is at the top of his game and fresh off a major accomplishment. In March, he qualified for the Olympics.
Massive construction project near Berri-UQAM due to last into the summer
Construction at the Berri-UQAM metro station has caused a portion of Maisonneuve Boulevard to be closed for almost two years, and the work is expected to last into the summer.
Montreal's homemade doughnut shops sweetening the city's foodscape
Homemade doughnut shops seem to be gaining in popularity, and there's no sign of stopping at some of Montreal's most in-demand spots.

  Headlines from the Ville de Montreal

LaSalle Adopts its Strategic Plan for 2023-2030
[LaSalle] LaSalle, April 4, 2023 - At their regular meeting on Monday, April 3, the elected officials of the borough of LaSalle adopted the Strategic Plan for 2023-2030—a planning tool that will serve as a guide for the organization over the next seven years. These lines of action will steer the planning of [...]
[Espace pour la vie] Montréal, le 15 mars 2023 - Espace pour la vie is pleased to announce the birth of a king penguin at the Montréal Biodôme. Born on February 1st, the small penguin and its mother are doing quite well. Since its birth, the chick is lively and is following the normal stages of its development. [...]
Quest for New Skies - In search of habitable planets
[Espace pour la vie] Montréal, le 21 février 2023 - Espace pour la vie invites the whole family to set out on an adventure at the Planétarium Rio Tinto Alcan. Quest for New Skies is an immersive show in which spectators become spaceship captains and choose which exoplanets to visit. This original Planétarium [...]

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