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October 27, 2017 3:53 pm

5 Montreal stories you must read this week: October 27

Montreal Impact's Patrice Bernier looks on during a pre-game ceremony highlighing his career prior to MLS soccer action against the New England Revolution, in Montreal, Sunday, October 22, 2017.

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From haunted houses to soccer fans bidding farewell to their captain, here are the top stories Global News covered in Montreal this week:

Cat killed

“It was actually a passerby who found the body of a burned cat.”

The Montreal SPCA is asking for help after a cat was found burned to death in Rosemont-La-Petite-Patrie.

READ THE STORY: Montreal SPCA asking for public’s help after cat burned in Rosemont


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Details, unveiled

“If someone comes with their photo ID and large glasses, we would ask them to take their glasses off.”

Quebec Justice Minister Stephanie Vallée is providing further details about how the government’s controversial Bill 62 will be implemented.

READ THE STORY: Quebec minister says ‘person’s choice’ to hide face – but you can be refused services

Mon capitaine

“There is a lot of passion, there’s ups and downs, but the good thing is that there is no indifference with the Impact.”

Brossard native and Montreal Impact captain Patrice Bernier gave fans one last moment to cheer.

READ THE STORY: Patrice Bernier and one last goal for the Montreal Impact

Scary and spooky

“It’s not surprising with a history of 375 years since the foundation, and of course a lot of things happening since.”

With Halloween right around the corner some Montrealers may be looking for a good scare.

READ THE STORY: Some of Montreal’s best known ghost tales and spooky places

A good cause

“I always want to do good, so I figured it would be the best way.”

Oren Sendal, 12, has let his hair grow for three years to donate to Angel Hair for Kids.

READ THE STORY: Montreal student cutting his hair for two good causes

rachel.lau@globalnews.ca

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