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St-Jerome train line gets added departures

Riders of the St-Jerome train line will see extra departures to and from Montreal starting Monday. Four new departures have been added to the Exo schedule. As Global's Tim Sargeant explains, there are no immediate plans to add service on the highly travelled Vaudreuil-Hudson line.

Child dies in car in Saint-Jérôme

Thu, Aug 18: Quebec provincial police are investigating the death of a baby found in a parked car in Saint-Jérôme. Global's Sarah Volstad reports.
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AMT cancels Saint-Jérôme Trainbus

Thu, Mar 30: AMT commuters are looking for other travel options after the 935 Trainbus from Saint-Jérôme was cancelled. Global’s Billy Shields reports.

RAW: Dramatic Saint-Jérôme prison escape

Wed, Mar 16: Surveillance footage of a dramatic helicopter prison escape in 2013 shows Benjamin Hudon-Barbeau and Dany Provençal struggling up a rope.
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Brief court appearance for a 51-year-old man accused of killing a 13-year-old girl in the Laurentians

François Senecal looked straight ahead during his brief appearance in a St-Jérôme courtroom on Wednesday. The hearing was scheduled so the prosecution could hand evidence over to Senecal's defence team. The 51-year-old returns to court on March 20. As Global's Olivia O'Malley explains, 13-year-old Océane Boyer's family and friends will say a final farewell to the teen on Friday.

Trudeau discusses formation of federal COVID-19 task force

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, in Saint-Jérôme, Que. on Wednesday, spoke to media about the formation of a new federal cabinet committee, which will co-ordinate the country's ongoing response to the COVID-19 outbreak.
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Banning burkinis in Quebec?

Mon, Aug 29: The Coalition Avenir Quebec held its pre-season caucus in Saint-Jérôme and spoke about burkinis and banning people in positions of authority from wearing religious symbols. Global's Raquel Fletcher reports.
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Service disruptions ahead for commuter trains in Montreal

Commuters should expect some major service disruptions on three train lines over the long Easter weekend. Users of the Vaudreuil-Hudson, Candiac and St-Jerome lines will have to rely on bus service due to construction on the Vendome pedestrian tunnel. Global's Tim Sargeant has more.

Sentencing arguments begin for convicted murderer Ugo Fredette

The sentencing hearing for Ugo Fredette began Monday at the Saint-Jérôme courthouse. Fredette was convicted of first-degree murder in the death of his ex-wife, Véronique Barbe and 71-year-old Yvon Lacasse. As Global's Kwabena Oduro explains, Fredette was described by a psychiatrist for the Crown as a narcissist who is unlikely to reform.

CAQ wants authorities to not wear religious symbols

At its pre-session caucus in Saint-Jérôme, the Coalition Avenir Quebec spoke about burkinis and banning people in positions of authority from wearing religious symbols. Global's Raquel Fletcher reports.
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CAQ wants to cut immigration to Quebec

Tue, Aug 30: At its pre-session caucus in Saint-Jérôme, the Coalition Avenir Quebec said it wants to cut immigration to Quebec by 10,000 people a year. Global's Raquel Fletcher reports.

51-year-old man accused of first degree murder in teen’s death

François Sénécal is facing a first-degree murder charge, in connection with the death of 13-year-old Océane Boyer. The teen's body was found in a ditch on the side of a road in Brownsburg-Chatham on Wednesday. Global's Dan Spector was at the Saint-Jérôme courthouse.