Today in the city Montreal 18.10.2017
Montreal councillor seeking re-election not apologizing over use of ‘rape’ word

Jeremy Searle, the incumbent Montreal city councillor (Loyola) used the word rape in context to describe the effect some road work will have on residents in NDG.

Denis Coderre dénonce l'adoption de la Loi sur la neutralité religieuse

Manifestant à nouveau son «inconfort» face à l'adoption prévue aujourd'hui du projet de Loi 62 sur la neutralité religieuse, le maire sortant de Montréal, Denis Coderre, demande à la ministre de la Ju...

Un candidat inéligible pour Équipe Coderre ?

Un candidat d'Équipe Coderre s'expose à des démarches en inéligibilité s'il est élu le 5 novembre. Salvador B. Cabugao, qui se présente dans Snowdon, habite Montréal depuis quelques mois seulement, al...

Quebec bus drivers seek clarity on law that would ban Muslim passengers with niqabs

Montreal bus drivers are hoping for clarity — and bracing themselves for headaches — as Quebec moves to pass legislation that would require a Muslim woman who wears a niqab or burka to uncover her fac...

Archaeological dig at site of former Parliament in Montreal turns up rare stamps, burned books and oyster shells

Archaeologists exploring Montreal site of former Parliament of United Canada recovered 300,000 artifacts nearly 170 years after it was destroyed

Jean Fortier drops out of race for Montreal mayor: reports

Jean Fortier has reportedly dropped out of the race for Montreal mayor, and has put his support behind Valérie Plante.

Grooming items, stamps found in Montreal archeological dig

Dishes, cutlery and shaving items were among the hundreds of thousands of artifacts found at the Montreal site that housed a pre-Confederation parliament. Archeologist Louise Pothier says two stamps f...

'We need to find him': Montreal woman heads to Peru to search for missing son

A Montreal woman is travelling to Peru to search for her son, Jesse Galganov, who has been missing in the country since Sept. 29.

Baisse marquée du nombre de candidatures à Montréal

Au moment où les candidats à la mairie de Montréal plaident en faveur de l'égalité entre les hommes et les femmes au conseil de ville ainsi que sur les comités et commissions, on apprend que 130 femme...

Eco-friendly cargo ship Avontuur docks in Montreal

Billed as the 21st century’s first eco-friendly cargo ship, the 43.5 metre long Avontuur is now docked in the Port of Montreal, having just brought over cargo from Europe.

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