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Investigation Friday marks the 24th anniversary of the murder of 14 women at Montreal's Ecole Polytechnique engineering school. Advocates say more needs to be done to stem violence against women in Canada. CP Video Video The Globe and Mail
Like just about every French-Canadian kid, Alex Burrows was an ardent fan of the Montreal Canadiens while growing up. The feisty Canucks winger followed the team's every move in the 1980s and 1990s, while dreaming of becoming a Patrick Roy, or one of
Language The advisory body also expressed concern over the increase of bilingualism in the workplace, which, according to the advisory board's president Robert Vezina, is becoming a problem to promoting the use of French especially among immigrants.
Story A Canadian flag blows in front of the Peace Tower on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Ont., Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2012. Video Video And the original sin, according to Mr. Trent, was the 2002 amalgamation of hundreds of Quebec cities and towns,
Investigators were combing through garbage bags and furniture left on a street in the Snowdon district of Montreal Tuesday, looking for body parts. Mike Nadeau, 49, who works as a janitor in a building nearby, made the grisly discovery of a human
The first thing Thomas Mulcair did after he was announced the winner of the New Democratic leadership race last month was pull his wife into an embrace and bury his face into her shoulder...Mulcair, 56, has been someone the new leader of the Official
The no-drinking-water advisory affecting several Montreal-area municipalities was replaced Saturday morning with a boil-water advisory. The updated warning affects the communities of Pointe Claire, Kirkland, Beaconsfield, Baie d'Urfe, Ste...A notice
Motorists cross the Champlain Bridge in Montreal, Friday, March 18, 2011...Now, the federal and provincial governments should make sure that Montrealers and other bridge users and not taxpayers foot the estimated $5-billion bill...The existing bridge'
The Roman Catholic Church in Montreal is sending a message to motorists as they approach the city's crumbling Champlain Bridge: Say Your Prayers. The Archdiocese of Montreal hopes the catchy highway billboard will draw attention to the church and
A rising global tide of shipping is finally buoying revenues at the Port of Montreal, but significant challenges remain for the inland facility including competition from deep-water ports able to accommodate the world's ever-larger ships. Reduced