With hearings over, inquiry into Quebec's youth protection turns to solutions
After hearing from more than 200 witnesses, many with harrowing tales, a commission looking into Quebec's youth protection system must now come up with recommendations.
André Boisclair turns himself in after warrant issued in sexual assault case
The former Parti Québécois leader arrived at an east-end police station early Friday in connection with allegations dating back to 2014.
Vandalism of Côte Saint-Luc synagogue decried as 'shameful'
A small place of worship inside a home in the west-end municipality has been ransacked, with sacred texts and other items strewn on the ground and put into the toilet.
Coronavirus live updates: Montreal tallies more than 25,000 cases, 2,500 deaths
Montreal ERs turning into COVID-19 breeding grounds
Quebec open to funding requests for downtown Montreal revitalization: Girard
“If there is a specific project that is dear to downtown Montreal, I will be happy to look at it,” the finance minister says.
Musician Dan Bigras recovering after ATV crash
Musician and radio host Dan Bigras is recovering a week after being seriously injured during an all-terrain vehicle crash in the Lanaudière region.
Montrealers will finally be able to get their hair cut and nails done (by a professional) as of June 15
Quebec Premier Francois Legault, who spent Friday in Joliette, a city northeast of Montreal that has been hit hard by COVID-19, made the announcement on Twitter Friday afternoon.
Quebec's youth protection department should be the 'intensive care' unit: commission chair
The department of youth protection (DPJ) should be the 'intensive care' unit of the child protection system, not a gateway to obtain services, said special commission for youth protection chair Regine Laurent Friday.
Quebec unveils strategy aimed at reducing vaping and smoking over next five years
Quebec public health authorities announced Friday its five-year Quebec sans tobac strategy to reduce smoking in the province from 18 per cent to 10.
Lawn Watering Restriction Notice :In force as of May 27 for residents of Pierrefonds–Roxboro, l’Île-Bizard–Sainte-Geneviève, Dollard-des-Ormeaux, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue and Senneville.
[Ville de Montréal]
Montréal, May 27, 2020 –
Montréal would like to advise residents whose drinking water comes from the Pierrefonds drinking water plant, which includes residents of Pierrefonds-Roxboro, L'Île-Bizard–Sainte-Geneviève, Dollard-des-Ormeaux, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue and Senneville, that a lawn [...]
COVID-19 | Montréal launches additional measures due to the heat wave
[Ville de Montréal] Montréal, le 27 mai 2020 - Due to the heat wave happening in the midst of the pandemic, Montréal asks residents to use extra caution and follow all public health recommendations to ensure their safety. To fight the heat, there are daily steps to take such as drinking lots of water before you feel [...]
COVID-19 | Montréal will assist Montréal households during the moving period and beyond July 1
[Cabinet de la mairesse et du comité exécutif] Montréal, le 27 mai 2020 -Despite the COVID-19 crisis, the moving period is well underway in Montréal. For a number of vulnerable tenants, especially those who are looking for social and affordable housing, the next weeks are likely to be difficult because of the constraints of the pandemic [...]
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