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NEWS FOR FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18TH 2016

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Chinatown’s famous Robillard Building was destroyed by a fire on Thursday morning.

According to CBC News, the building had housed Canada’s first movie theater and was in a state of disrepair after years of neglect.


NEWS FOR WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16TH 2016

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Kahnawake residents protested the Dakota Pipeline this Tuesday.

According to CTV News, they were acting in solidarity with the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe in North Dakota.


NEWS FOR MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14TH 2016

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Former interim mayor of Montreal Michael Applebaum began his corruption trial on Monday in Quebec Court.


HAPPY NEWS FOR FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11TH 2016

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A group of Dawson College students are spreading positivity throughout Montreal by giving everyone free hugs.


NEWS FOR WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9TH 2016

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A new Quebec bill has made it possible for Quebec’s transgender youths to change their names and official gender preferences.


NEWS FOR WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2ND 2016

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The City of Montreal unveiled its new 3 year infrastructure plan to improve the city’s roads and water networks.


NEWS FOR MONDAY, OCTOBER 31ST 2016

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NEWS FOR FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28TH 2016

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Hundreds of citizens gathered to march against rape culture in Montreal, Quebec City, Saguenay, Sherbrooke and Gatineau on Wednesday.


NEWS FOR WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26TH 2016

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NEWS FOR MONDAY, OCTOBER 24TH 2016

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The Quebec government unveiled its new prevention-based health plan this weekend.


NEWS FOR FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21ST 2016

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A 15 year old girl was arrested for attacking her classmate with a knife in Beaconsfield on Wednesday.


NEWS FOR MONDAY, OCTOBER 17TH 2016

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Two men have been arrested  for robbing four synagogues in Montreal.

CTV News reported that Frederic Carreras and Simon Shikman appeared in court on Friday and were charged with breaking and entering along with several other charges.


NEWS FOR FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14TH 2016

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Passengers who were riding the bus that was struck by a train on Sunday are still recovering from the incident.


NEWS FOR WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12TH 2016

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Two suspects were arrested for the first-degree murder of Charles Robitaille.

According to CTV News, Robitaille was stabbed early on Monday morning and died of his injuries at the hospital.


NEWS FOR FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7TH 2016

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A Quebec judge has determined that a lower court justice’s decision to deny a woman from court because she was wearing a hijab goes against the principles of Canadian law protecting freedom of religion.


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