All people who have been to Montreal bars since July 1 are asked to be tested.
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Lynne McVey, CEO CIUSSS Ouest-de-l’Île-de-Montréal, says her organization is looking ahead so that it is better prepared if there is a second wave of COVID-19.
The newspaper promises to be the voice of local businesses in Vaudreuil-Soulanges.
Premier Legault says he is doing his best in French and English to explain the pandemic situation to all Quebecers.
After a 17-year career in television, Elysia Bryan-Baynes is calling it quits.
Karen Kemp says that within an hour of calling the television station reporter Tim Sargeant was at her door where he noted extension cords plugged into space heaters in her two bedrooms and an obvious lack of heat in the apartment.
Longueuil police say they won’t charge the mother of a baby found unsupervised in a hot car in Greenfield Park last week.
Moment Factory is producing a special light show for the New Year’s Eve Party at the Old Port of Montreal.
The first English-language television debate in Quebec history prompted viewing parties at several locations across Montreal.
The Sûreté du Quebec (SQ) has confirmed that they have found a body on a dirt road along the Riviere Rouge in Arundel, about 50 kilometres north of Lachute.
Conditions are difficult for asylum seekers at the Canada-US border as a steady stream of people seeking refugee status cross illegally into Quebec.
Pincourt students pay it forward thanks to Greater Montreal Day.
The food depot is moving to Pointe-Claire Plaza on Thursday morning. They have an urgent need for volunteers to help out.
Montreal schools will not be open Wednesday due to the major winter storm.
Students were evacuated from a school bus on the Champlain Bridge early Wednesday afternoon.