5 Montreal stories you must read this week: November 27
MONTREAL – From a Montreal police officer caught on camera in an alleged road rage incident to a father and son turned away from Lakeshore General Hospital and a community rallying behind a single mother, here are the top five stories Global News covered in Montreal this week:
Sainte-Anne rallies around single mother
“There’s people looking out for you when you least expect it. It’s very comforting and reassuring.”
Natalee Crowley, a single mother of three, is feeling the love and support of her neighbourhood after her home burnt down just one month before Christmas.
Saint-Lazare has new French-only signs
“Maintain the peace? That’s so wrong. English is not bad.”
The town of Saint-Lazare has lost its bilingual status, and that means English is disappearing from its official signs.
READ THE STORY: Saint-Lazare to change signs after losing bilingual status
Turned away from Lakeshore Hospital
“You got an open wound under your chin and no doctor is willing to see you.”
When five-year-old Peter slashed open his chin, his father Kostas Kotsopoulos rushed him to the Lakeshore General Hospital, but he wasn’t expecting what happened next.
READ THE STORY: Dad says 5-year-old turned away from Lakeshore General Hospital
5 ways you can help Syrian refugees
Do you want to do something for Syrian refugees in Montreal?
There are five easy ways you can help.
READ THE STORY: 5 ways you can help Syrian refugees in Montreal
Montreal police road rage
Police are investigating after a blogger claims an officer rammed into his car with his SUV earlier this year.
Montreal police commander Ian Lafrenière told Global News that the entire case is being investigated.
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