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The Montreal Police logo is seen on a police cruiser in Montreal Wednesday, July 8, 2020. Montreal Police will be adding nine more security cameras to the city to tackle violent crime. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Paul Chiasson Montreal police plan to install nine more security cameras across the city in response to an …

Ottawa Senators left winger Brady Tkachuk celebrates his goal against the Minnesota Wild during the first period of an NHL hockey game Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2022 in Ottawa, Ont. (Adrian Wyld/The Canadian Press via AP) Adrian Wyld PA OTTAWA, Ontario Thomas Chabot couldn’t have scripted a better match upon his return from injury. Chabot’s second …

A resident taking part in a counter-protest gives the thumbs down to a truck that has been allowed to pass, as counter-protesters prevent vehicles from driving in a convoy en route to Parliament Hill on the 17th day of a protest against COVID-19 measures that escalated into a broader anti-government protest, in Ottawa, Sunday, Feb. …

MONTREAL — Quebec’s opposition parties accuse the government of taking too long to relinquish emergency powers related to COVID-19 and say the delay is helping Premier François Legault and his ministers avoid a meticulous examination. MONTREAL — Quebec’s opposition parties accuse the government of taking too long to relinquish emergency powers related to COVID-19 and …

Breadcrumb Links Local News “Thanks for the thanks, but now it’s time to get some cash out.” Author of the article: The Canadian Press Clara Descurninges Dans la Rue is one of the Montreal community organizations that is part of the RIOCM. Photo by Allen McInnis /Montreal Gazette Content of the article Claiming to be …

The Montreal community group – RIOCM – challenged Quebec on Monday, saying that the city’s community sector is chronically underfunded and that the government must invest an additional $100 million per year. “Groups have to fight every day to stay open,” said the coordinator of the Intersectorial Regrouping of Community Organizations of Montreal, Marie-Andrée Painchaud-Mathieu, …

HAMILTON – CFL Commissioner Randy Ambrosie was once again optimistic and short of details on Friday in his first state of the league address since 2019. The CFL did not play in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Several sources have always claimed that it cost the league between $ 60 million and $ 80 …

Flooding in southern British Columbia continues to present logistical challenges for exporters as Canadian National has shut down service along the key freight corridor due to heavy rainfall. The Montreal-based railroad said it moved seven trains over the weekend, but decided to “proactively shut down its network” because the rain was causing an increase in …

Breadcrumb Links Local News Legault said the key to easing the state of emergency is vaccinating children aged 5 to 11. Author of the article: The Canadian Press Pierre Saint-Arnaud Release date : November 19, 2021 • 3 days ago • 2 minutes to read A health worker administers a COVID-19 vaccine to Marion Locke …

As police in the Montreal area face an increase in gun violence linked to clashes between street gangs, community workers are calling on policymakers to focus on the root of the problem. This week, representatives of community groups that work with the city’s black youth gathered in an eastern park to announce the launch of …