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5 Montreal stories you must read this week: April 15

Clémence Beaulieu-Patry, as seen in a Facebook picture. Clémence Beaulieu-Patry/Facebook

MONTREAL – From help finding a family doctor, to an iconic video store closing its doors and a small act of kindness for a senior citizen hockey player, here are the top five stories Global News covered in Montreal this week:

Click to play video: 'Family doctors for Quebecers'
Family doctors for Quebecers

Find a family doctor

“About 10 years, 10 years I haven’t had a family doctor.”

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Quebec’s Health Minister announced a new online tool that will ensure 85 per cent of Quebecers have a family doctor by the end of 2017.

READ THE STORY: New online tool aims to help Quebecers find family doctors

Click to play video: 'Pointe-Claire Video closes'
Pointe-Claire Video closes

The end of video

“We had customers bring their kids in strollers. Those kids became employees.”

After 36 years in business, the iconic Pointe-Claire Video store is closing its doors for good.

READ THE STORY: After 36 years, it’s the end for an iconic Pointe-Claire video store

Click to play video: 'Suspect charged in Maxi murder'
Suspect charged in Maxi murder

Maxi murder suspect

“The man offered no resistance and was transferred to the detention centre.”

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Randy Tshilumba, 19, has been charged with first-degree murder in the stabbing death of 20-year-old Clémence Beaulieu-Patry.

READ THE STORY: Suspect charged with murder after woman killed in Maxi grocery store

Click to play video: 'Fight for Dorval golf course ends'
Fight for Dorval golf course ends

Waving the white flag

“We have truly lost the battle with the ADM. It is so very sad that this tiny little green space will be wiped off the map.”

After fighting with the ADM for over a year, the group trying to save the Dorval Municipal Golf Course announced it is giving up.

READ THE STORY: Group gives up fight to save Dorval Municipal Golf Course

Click to play video: 'New hockey gloves'
New hockey gloves

Some new gloves

“After seeing his interview on Monday, we saw the holes on his gloves, we decided our superhero cannot be wearing those type of gloves.”

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It’s a very special day for Doug Palmer, who received an early birthday present after workers at his senior’s home saw the old hockey gloves he’s been using on a Global News report.

READ THE STORY: Small surprise puts a smile on 88-year-old hockey player’s face

rachel.lau@globalnews.ca

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