Where are the warmest and the coolest places in Montreal?

The good news is that there are plenty of spots to escape the hot days. condo for rent montreal Powered by WPeMatico

Construction holiday starts Sunday, but Turcot work keeps going

A two-week break for construction workers won’t affect much work on the Turcot project. Highways 720 and 20 westbound will be closed all weekend from downtown to NDG. condo for rent montreal Powered by WPeMatico

Quebec’s religious symbols law passes 1st legal test as judge refuses injunction

A Quebec Superior Court justice has rejected a request to temporarily suspend parts of the province’s new religious symbols law, upholding a ban on the wearing of hijabs, kippahs or other religious gear by some civil servants. condo for rent … Continue reading

Quebec tries to ease tensions in Kanesatake land dispute

The grand chief of the Kanesatake and the mayor of Oka are not on speaking terms right now, as tempers flare over unresolved land issues in the neighbouring communities northwest of Montreal. But Quebec’s Indigenous affairs minister is hopeful cool heads will … Continue reading

Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue residents want burnt-out restaurant on boardwalk fixed

Marco’s Bar and Grill, once a popular spot on the boardwalk overlooking Lac Saint-Louis, has been closed since a fire on the building’s top floor last April. Locals say it’s now an eyesore, but the mayor says there’s not much … Continue reading

The next generation of pharmacies want healthy people — and a healthy planet

About 80 pharmacies in Quebec are going green by shedding wasteful packaging and single-use products. condo for rent montreal Powered by WPeMatico

Manitoba premier seeks talents of Quebec civil servants worried about ‘clothing police’

The Manitoba government wants to recruit civil servants from Quebec who are concerned about a new law banning religious symbols. condo for rent montreal Powered by WPeMatico

Boy who watched friend drown warns against the dangers of St. Lawrence River

The soon-to-be grade 5 student also says he’ll keep swimming — but never again where the drowning happened. condo for rent montreal Powered by WPeMatico

Campsites to close last-minute if SEPAQ strike goes ahead

If the planned strike begins Saturday, campsite reservations and activities at certain parks across the province will be cancelled. condo for rent montreal Powered by WPeMatico

Teen cyclist seriously injured after collision with box truck in Brossard

A young cyclist was transported to hospital in serious condition Thursday morning after colliding with a box truck on Montreal’s South Shore. condo for rent montreal Powered by WPeMatico