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NEWS FOR WEDNESDAY, JULY 12TH 2017

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By Patricia Petit Liang

Quebec City Mayor Régis Labeaume expressed his outrage towards far-right group La Meute for meddling in the referendum to build a Muslim cemetery in Saint-Apollinaire, Quebec.


NEWS FOR MONDAY, JULY 17TH 2017

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LOCAL
By Jeremiah Ho

Dozens of dog owners and dog lovers rallied together in Old Montreal as part of global protests against breed specific legislation on Saturday.


NEWS FOR FRIDAY, JULY 14TH 2017

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By Shelby Thevenot

Astronaut, engineer and Montrealer Julie Payette will be Canada's next Governor General.


NEWS FOR WEDNESDAY, JULY 12TH 2017

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LOCAL
By Patricia Petit Liang

13 engineers and entrepreneurs from Laval pleaded guilty to charges of conspiracy, corruption and fraud on Tuesday.


NEWS FOR MONDAY, JULY 10TH 2017

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LOCAL
By Allison O’Reilly

Quebec City’s Muslim community will no longer have to travel to Laval or overseas in order to bury their loved ones.


NEWS FOR WEDNESDAY, JULY 5TH 2017

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LOCAL
By Allison O'Reilly

A Cote-Des-Neiges man’s complaint surrounding his violent arrest has been dismissed by the Police Ethics Commissioner.


NEWS FOR MONDAY, JULY 3RD 2017

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LOCAL
By Patricia Petit Liang

Members of Black Lives Matter, Montréal Noir and Hoodstock held a vigil for Pierre Coriolan on Sunday.


NEWS FOR WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28TH 2017

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LOCAL
By Allison O’Reilly

Tens of thousands of asylum seekers claiming refugee status in Canada are currently in legal limbo.

According to CTV News, refugee claimants rose from 14,000 in 2014 to just over 23,600 in 2016.


NEWS FOR WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28TH 2017

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LOCAL
By Allison O’Reilly

Tens of thousands of asylum seekers claiming refugee status in Canada are currently in legal limbo.

According to CTV News, refugee claimants rose from 14,000 in 2014 to just over 23,600 in 2016.


NEWS FOR MONDAY, JUNE 26TH 2017

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LOCAL
By Allison O'Reilly

A float in Montreal’s Fête Nationale parade on Saturday has received widespread backlash, with many calling it racist.


NEWS FOR WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21ST 2017

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LOCAL
By Patricia Petit Liang

Montreal police officers will stop wearing camouflage pants until Friday as their union negotiates pensions with the city.


NEWS FOR MONDAY, JUNE 19TH 2017

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By Patricia Petit Liang

Montreal’s first supervised safe-injection sites were opened on Monday.


NEWS FOR WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14TH 2017

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LOCAL
By Allison O’Reilly

Recent statistics show an increase in hate crimes in Montreal, particularly against the Muslim community.


NEWS FOR MONDAY, JUNE 12TH 2017

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LOCAL
By Jeremiah Ho

3 people were fatally stabbed in the Northern Quebec Inuit village of Akulivik on Saturday.


NEWS FOR FRIDAY, JUNE 9TH 2017

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LOCAL
By Jeremiah Ho

Commissioner Jacques Viens ruled that allegations of SQ officers sexually assaulting Aboriginal women were permitted to be discussed at the inquiry into relations between Indigenous people and Quebec's justice system on Wednesday.


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