5 Montreal stories you must read this week: March 10
From a Canadian woman being told she needs an immigration visa to enter the U.S. and a surprise win in the Liberal nomination for the Saint-Laurent byelection, here are the top stories Global News covered in Montreal this week:
“We do have an issue of street parking on neighbourhood streets around the train stations because we don’t have enough parking available.”
Commuters at Saint-Lambert’s AMT station can now take advantage of free valet parking as part of a new pilot project.
READ THE STORY: Free valet parking comes to Saint-Lambert AMT train station
“I feel like I’m a criminal, like I’ve done something wrong, but I haven’t.”
Manpreet Kooner, born and raised in Montreal to Indian parents, says she was denied entry at the U.S. border because she lacked a valid immigration visa.
Dude, where’s my car?
“Who’s car is this? Doesn’t it have an owner? Doesn’t he need a car?”
As the snow melts across Montreal, unusual objects often appear – nevertheless, DDO residents were surprised to find an SUV buried under a snow bank.
READ THE STORY: Buried car in Montreal causes social media stir
A surprising win
“It’s always good to have one of our own representing us.”
In a surprising win, 26-year-old Emmanuella Lambropoulos has been chosen to represent the federal Liberals in Montreal’s Saint-Laurent byelection.
Happy birthday, Barbie
It’s Barbie’s birthday today, but didn’t you hear it’s rude to ask a lady her age?
Well, since you asked, the iconic fashion doll is celebrating her 58th birthday.
READ THE STORY: Barbie turns 58: Little-known facts about the iconic doll
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