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Quebec city spends $250,000 to erase $750,000 paint job - CTV News
Quebec city spends $250,000 to erase $750,000 paint job  CTV News

A Quebec city is set to spend $250000 to remove roadside safety stripes that were originally painted just two years ago at a cost of $750000.




Quebec City recycles 100%

of glass while rest of province struggles to keep up - CBC.ca
Quebec City recycles 100%

of glass while rest of province struggles to keep up
  CBC.ca

Each glass container that arrives at the capital city's sorting centre is treated with state-of-the-art equipment before being sent to Bellemare Environnement, ...




Quebec City officers investigated for holding extinguisher while escorting suspect in fire attack - CBC.ca
Quebec City officers investigated for holding extinguisher while escorting suspect in fire attack  CBC.ca

A 39-year-old man accused of setting his ex-partner on fire was escorted to a Quebec City jail by a police officer holding a fire extinguisher, prompting his ...




Quebec City health officials issue warning after 'purple heroin' found near corpse - CBC.ca
Quebec City health officials issue warning after 'purple heroin' found near corpse  CBC.ca

A 26-year-old man was found dead earlier this month in an apartment in Quebec City with two baggies of a violet, powdery substance near his corpse.




Quebec City man charged with attempted murder after ex-partner set on fire - CBC.ca
Quebec City man charged with attempted murder after ex-partner set on fire  CBC.ca

Frej Haj Messaoud, 39, was charged with attempted murder and aggravated assault Sunday morning after he allegedly lit his ex-partner on fire in Quebec City.




TECH TRENDS: Quebec dealership tests Ford's new NA retail model - Automotive News Canada
TECH TRENDS: Quebec dealership tests Ford's new NA retail model  Automotive News Canada

Ford Motor Co
is opening its first ?smart lab? in North America, in conjunction with Desjardins Auto Collection, at a Quebec City mall
The intention is to test new ...




Man arrested after woman lit on fire in Quebec City - CBC.ca
Man arrested after woman lit on fire in Quebec City  CBC.ca

A man in Quebec City lit a woman on fire Friday night and escaped on foot, leaving witnesses rushing to put out the flames.




Quebec, Ontario cities rank among 2019 top 10 list of best communities in Canada to raise families - Global News
Quebec, Ontario cities rank among 2019 top 10 list of best communities in Canada to raise families  Global News

Of the top 10 cities on Maclean's list of 100, seven were in Ontario while three were situated in Quebec.




Immigration minister pushes back as UN agency urges Quebec to take more refugees - CBC.ca
Immigration minister pushes back as UN agency urges Quebec to take more refugees  CBC.ca

A representative from the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees is urging Quebec to take in more refugees in the face of a historic level of ...




'It's a miracle': Woman survives fall from plane after parachute fails - CBC News
'It's a miracle': Woman survives fall from plane after parachute fails  CBC News

The 30-year-old woman, who has experience skydiving, is now recovering in hospital with several fractures, including broken vertebrae, but police say her life is ...




Quebec City police investigate possible hate crime after excrement left at store selling hijabs - CBC.ca
Quebec City police investigate possible hate crime after excrement left at store selling hijabs  CBC.ca

Quebec City police have launched an investigation after excrement was smeared on the front a clothing boutique that sells Muslim headscarves.




Trudeau, in Trouble in Much of Canada, Still Has Fans in Quebec - The New York Times
Trudeau, in Trouble in Much of Canada, Still Has Fans in Quebec  The New York Times

The prime minister's effort to help SNC-Lavalin, a Canadian company, has been well received in Quebec, where the business has its headquarters.




Canada's best communities 2019: Where to live in Quebec - Macleans.ca
Canada's best communities 2019: Where to live in Quebec  Macleans.ca

There are a lot of great reasons to live in Quebec: It has short health care wait times, affordable child care and a thriving cultural scene in its big cities
Its high ...




After year in the desert, Canadian soldiers set to return home as Mali mission ends - CBC News
After year in the desert, Canadian soldiers set to return home as Mali mission ends  CBC News

Capt
Kathryn Brett and Master Cpl
Vincent Moreau worked aboard 'flying hospital' in United Nations mission.




Mom, daughter kicked off Air Canada plane, not told they're banned from airline until it was too late - CBC News
Mom, daughter kicked off Air Canada plane, not told they're banned from airline until it was too late  CBC News

A Quebec woman wound up spending nearly $8000 in airline tickets to fly herself and her daughter home after Air Canada kicked them off a plane and then ...




Kanesatake's 301-year-old land dispute highlights flaws in Canada's Specific Claims Policy - CBC News
Kanesatake's 301-year-old land dispute highlights flaws in Canada's Specific Claims Policy  CBC News

301 years
That's how long a First Nation in Quebec has been trying to reclaim its land
The Mohawks of Kanesatake once occupied 689 square kilometres of ...




Raptors coming to Quebec City for Training Camp - CTV News
Raptors coming to Quebec City for Training Camp  CTV News

Quebec City Toronto Raptors fans will have a chance to get up close and personal with the team when the players head to Laval University for their training ...




The biggest politics headlines of the summer so far - CTV News
The biggest politics headlines of the summer so far  CTV News

Have you been dock-side or tied up with your family over the last few summer months, or just taking a hiatus from political news? With the fall federal election call ...




Via?s case for high-frequency-rail project better without Montreal-Quebec City leg: Internal doc - Toronto Sun
Via?s case for high-frequency-rail project better without Montreal-Quebec City leg: Internal doc  Toronto Sun

OTTAWA ? Via Rail's business case for a multibillion-dollar high-frequency-rail project between Toronto and Quebec City would receive a boost if it ditched the ...




A #MeToo Moment Of Reckoning Crumbles In Canada?s Senate - HuffPost Canada
A #MeToo Moment Of Reckoning Crumbles In Canada?s Senate  HuffPost Canada

OTTAWA ? A Senate committee is exploring compensation for employees who raised allegations of harassment and sexual abuse against former senator Don ...




Canada's offence comes alive in 10-0 win over Italy at LLWS - Times Colonist
Canada's offence comes alive in 10-0 win over Italy at LLWS  Times Colonist

SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, Pa
? Canada bounced back with a strong performance on Saturday, waiting out an early rain delay to beat Italy 10-0 at the Little ...




Testy exchange between Quebec immigration minister and UN representative - CKPGToday.ca
Testy exchange between Quebec immigration minister and UN representative  CKPGToday.ca

Quebec has spent hundreds of millions of dollars resettling refugees and asylum seekers over the past few years, which is more than its fair share, Immigration ...




Canadian business association calls federal government to address labour shortages - Canada Immigration News
Canadian business association calls federal government to address labour shortages  Canada Immigration News

429000 jobs went unfulfilled in the second quarter of 2019; Canadian immigration programs addressing need for talent.




Quebec City man decries racist violence after being stabbed leaving convenience store - CBC.ca
Quebec City man decries racist violence after being stabbed leaving convenience store  CBC.ca

A Quebec City man is blaming Premier François Legault for inciting hatred against Muslims, after he was stabbed outside a convenience store in Quebec City's ...




Best communities in Canada 2019: Overview - Macleans.ca - Macleans.ca
Best communities in Canada 2019: Overview - Macleans.ca  Macleans.ca

The No
1 city in Canada is in a hybrid location that gives residents the option to commute or work within its limits.




Housing advocates call for simpler leases after Quebec City seniors win rent increase case - CBC.ca
Housing advocates call for simpler leases after Quebec City seniors win rent increase case  CBC.ca

A provincial coalition of housing committees is calling for simpler leases after a group of seniors fighting a rent increase at their private seniors' residence in ...




Tornado touches down in Quebec?s Mauricie region, Environment Canada confirmed - Global News
Tornado touches down in Quebec?s Mauricie region, Environment Canada confirmed  Global News

Environment Canada has confirmed it was indeed a tornado that roared through the Lac-aux-Sables area west of Quebec City on Tuesday, sending camper ...




Canada largely successful in managing economic immigration: OECD study - CityNews Montreal
Canada largely successful in managing economic immigration: OECD study  CityNews Montreal

OTTAWA ? An international review of Canada's economic immigration system says the country is doing well when it comes to how it selects and welcomes ...




Data shows B.C
residents pay highest auto insurance premiums in Canada - CBC.ca
Data shows B.C
residents pay highest auto insurance premiums in Canada
  CBC.ca

B.C
residents pay the highest auto insurance premiums in Canada, according to data released by the General Insurance Statistical Agency (GISA), the statistical ...




Canadian pot shops concentrated in low-income neighbourhoods: Ottawa study - Ottawa Citizen
Canadian pot shops concentrated in low-income neighbourhoods: Ottawa study  Ottawa Citizen

Canada's legal pot shops are concentrated in the country's poorest neighbourhoods, according to the findings of a new study that raises important questions ...




MALCOLM: Illegal border crossings in Canada? Yes, it's still happening - Toronto Sun
MALCOLM: Illegal border crossings in Canada? Yes, it's still happening  Toronto Sun

On Monday, a man was arrested by First Nations police in rural Manitoba after illegally crossing into Canada via the U.S
border
As has become the norm, there ...




Renowned Quebec City chef heads north to learn Indigenous ways of cooking - CBC.ca
Renowned Quebec City chef heads north to learn Indigenous ways of cooking  CBC.ca

A renowned Quebec City chef recently visited the northern community of Chisasibi, Que., because he is studying Cree ways of cooking fish
Stéphane Modat, an ...




Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week - Times Colonist
Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week  Times Colonist

TORONTO ? Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week:July inflationStatistics Canada will release its consumer price index for ...




All Apologies: Ten mea culpas issued in the Trudeau era and one rejected apology request - National Post
All Apologies: Ten mea culpas issued in the Trudeau era and one rejected apology request  National Post

Trudeau says he shouldn't have to apologize for sticking up for the jobs that may be at risk if the Quebec company faces prosecution.




The Royal Canadian Air Force to end search for Quebec businessman and son - Global News
The Royal Canadian Air Force to end search for Quebec businessman and son  Global News

The Royal Canadian Air Force said Saturday it will gradually reduce its search operations for a missing Quebec businessman and his son before handing the ...




More newcomers and refugees are winding up homeless in Canada: studies - Global News
More newcomers and refugees are winding up homeless in Canada: studies  Global News

A growing number of newcomers to Canada are ending up in shelters or are finding themselves homeless, newly released government figures show.




Ontario ticket wins Saturday night's $9 million Lotto 649 jackpot - CTV News
Ontario ticket wins Saturday night's $9 million Lotto 649 jackpot  CTV News

A single ticket sold in Ontario claimed the $9 million jackpot in Saturday night's Lotto 649 draw.




How Canadians go from student debt to default - Global News
How Canadians go from student debt to default  Global News

It's unclear how large the student debt default problem is for Canada, but when you ask how graduates end up in the thick of it, you get a remarkably consistent ...




Quebec City's 'Pie Kingdom' gets new castle for its 60th anniversary - CBC.ca
Quebec City's 'Pie Kingdom' gets new castle for its 60th anniversary  CBC.ca

After six decades on the same street corner, Le Royaume de la Tarte, a staple in Quebec City's Saint-Sauveur neighbourhood will be moving in 2020.




'Canada's Best Restroom' contests pits an Alberta gas station against Toronto, Vancouver eateries - TheSpec.com
'Canada's Best Restroom' contests pits an Alberta gas station against Toronto, Vancouver eateries  TheSpec.com

EDMONTON?Just off Alberta's Highway 881, in the hamlet of Lac La Biche, an unassuming Shell station has picked up a steady stream of traffic in recent ...




Fighting a bat killer: B.C
scientists testing new way to protect against deadly fungus - CBC News
Fighting a bat killer: B.C
scientists testing new way to protect against deadly fungus
  CBC News

White nose syndrome weakens bats and can be fatal to more than 90 per cent of a colony once it's infested, but scientists in British Columbia are trying a new ...




New index says infrastructure in Nahanni Butte, N.W.T., is 2nd worst in Canada - CBC.ca
New index says infrastructure in Nahanni Butte, N.W.T., is 2nd worst in Canada  CBC.ca

A new report ranking infrastructure in remote communities puts Nahanni Butte dead last in the North ? and second last out of 236 communities across Canada.




U.S
immigration policies pushing tech talent to Canada - Canada Immigration News
U.S
immigration policies pushing tech talent to Canada
  Canada Immigration News

Canadian immigration policies make it easier for tech industry to hire north of the border.




No pot brownies in Quebec as government clamps down further on cannabis - CBC News
No pot brownies in Quebec as government clamps down further on cannabis  CBC News

In order to make cannabis edibles less attractive for children, the Quebec government proposed stricter cannabis regulations.




CFIA says ?zombie deer disease? isn?t in Canadian meat
Here?s why some experts are still worried - Global News
CFIA says ?zombie deer disease? isn?t in Canadian meat
Here?s why some experts are still worried
  Global News

An Alberta deer farm recorded Canada's third case of a so-called ?zombie deer disease? last month
While the chronic wasting disease (CWD) outbreak was ...




'Growing outside is a dream': Asparagus makes way for cannabis in Canada's fields - Financial Post
'Growing outside is a dream': Asparagus makes way for cannabis in Canada's fields  Financial Post

Growing outdoors can cost as little as one-fifth that of greenhouse production and one exec says it makes for 'tastier' buds.




Kelly McParland: Why reactionary populism will fizzle in Canada - National Post
Kelly McParland: Why reactionary populism will fizzle in Canada  National Post

Populism is getting a bad rap in Canada, unjustifiably so
According to my unaffiliated and wholly non-partisan online dictionary, populism is defined as ?a ...




Canada-wide recall: insects found inside Kraft Heinz baby food product - Vancouver Is Awesome
Canada-wide recall: insects found inside Kraft Heinz baby food product  Vancouver Is Awesome

Kraft Heinz Canada is recalling its Heinz Turkey Stew 8+ Months baby food after a consumer found insects inside the product.




Rapid transit rail lines are serving Canada's airports, now and in the future | Urbanized - Daily Hive
Rapid transit rail lines are serving Canada's airports, now and in the future | Urbanized  Daily Hive

One of the defining traits of a world-class airport is its public transit linkages, specifically a rail rapid transit line that moves passengers from the terminal facilities ...




Best bathroom in Canada? This Alta
gas station hopes so - CTV News
Best bathroom in Canada? This Alta
gas station hopes so
  CTV News

At first glance, the Beaver Hill Shell in Lac La Biche looks like an ordinary gas station, but behind the rows of motor oil and road trip snacks lays an award ...




Liberals hold nearly 7 point lead in battleground Quebec City riding, says Mainstreet poll - iPolitics.ca
Liberals hold nearly 7 point lead in battleground Quebec City riding, says Mainstreet poll  iPolitics.ca

Liberal cabinet minister Jean Yves Duclos is leading in his Quebec riding 80 or so days out from this October's election, a new Mainstreet poll for iPolitics ...




Hamilton has the highest rate of hate crimes in Canada: report - CBC.ca
Hamilton has the highest rate of hate crimes in Canada: report  CBC.ca

Hamilton has the highest number of police-reported hate crimes in Canada according to a new report from Statistics Canada.




Best communities in Canada to retire 2019 - Macleans.ca
Best communities in Canada to retire 2019  Macleans.ca

This city's vast network of health care services and robust public transportation offerings make it a top spot for retirement.




Capital One data breach hits about 6 million people in Canada, 100 million in U.S
- Global News
Capital One data breach hits about 6 million people in Canada, 100 million in U.S.  Global News

WATCH ABOVE: Capital One reveals that personal information including names and addresses of about 100 million bank customers in the U.S
and 6 million in ...




Restaurant owners say Quebec needs more immigrants to fill jobs - CTV News
Restaurant owners say Quebec needs more immigrants to fill jobs  CTV News

Quebec's restaurant owners are issuing a cry for help: the province needs more immigrants, they say, to deal with a labour shortage.




Feds fighting racism, 'seriously looking at' Quebec's Bill 21: multiculturalism secretary - CBC.ca
Feds fighting racism, 'seriously looking at' Quebec's Bill 21: multiculturalism secretary  CBC.ca

Liberal MP Gary Anandasangaree says the federal government is taking a leadership role in combating racism with a national Anti-Racism Strategy announced ...




Hate crimes down in Canada, but expert warns numbers don?t always tell the whole story - CityNews Winnipeg
Hate crimes down in Canada, but expert warns numbers don?t always tell the whole story  CityNews Winnipeg

OTTAWA (NEWS 1130) ? The number of people targeted by hate crimes in Canada was down last year for the first time in five years
Statistics Canada says ...




'Bad girls': Remembering when unwed mothers were told to forget their babies - CBC.ca
'Bad girls': Remembering when unwed mothers were told to forget their babies  CBC.ca

Marie Crouse, who gave up her baby for adoption when she was 15, says she's not waiting to hear "sorry" from Ottawa, even though a Senate committee says ...




Huawei says new 4G internet plan in Canada?s north was approved by feds - Global News
Huawei says new 4G internet plan in Canada?s north was approved by feds  Global News

The Canadian unit of China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd sought to distance itself from the actions of the Chinese government on Monday, when announcing a ...




The long history of ?go back to where you came from? in Canada - Maclean's
The long history of ?go back to where you came from? in Canada  Maclean's

Donald Trump's ugly tweet captured beliefs and sentiments that have deep roots?in Canada.




Canada?s new drug-impaired driving laws used mostly in small towns ? or not at all - Global News
Canada?s new drug-impaired driving laws used mostly in small towns ? or not at all  Global News

The better part of a year after Parliament passed laws setting blood limits for cannabis and other drugs, police are making little use of them.




CMHC sees 'moderate overvaluation' in Canada's housing market, but little vulnerability overall - CBC News
CMHC sees 'moderate overvaluation' in Canada's housing market, but little vulnerability overall  CBC News

After waving a red flag of warning about Canada's housing market for more than two years, Canada's national housing agency says the overall level of ...




Supercharged small towns are offering an attractive alternative to big-city living - Maclean's
Supercharged small towns are offering an attractive alternative to big-city living  Maclean's

Our exclusive new ranking reveals the best spots to live are communities with rural charm and access to urban jobs.




Women Lost More Jobs Than Anyone Else In Canada Last Month - Narcity
Women Lost More Jobs Than Anyone Else In Canada Last Month  Narcity

The unemployment rate just went up and it's hitting women the hardest.




Kittens and cats scrapping for attention at crowded Quebec City animal shelter - CBC.ca
Kittens and cats scrapping for attention at crowded Quebec City animal shelter  CBC.ca

The Quebec City Animal Protection Society is nearing its capacity to take in kittens and cats as the two heaviest intake periods ? spring litters and moving day ...




Cannabis sales jumped $11M in May as more stores open - Global News
Cannabis sales jumped $11M in May as more stores open  Global News

Canadians bought $85 million worth of legal weed in May, $11 million more than April's sales, figures released Friday by Statistics Canada show.




Health Canada announces new rules in bid to lower pharmaceutical price tag - CTV News
Health Canada announces new rules in bid to lower pharmaceutical price tag  CTV News

The government is making changes to the board that oversees drug prices in Canada; a move Health Canada officials say will drop the cost of drugs in Canada.




Montreal Is Getting A Massive New Public Park That Will Be Over 8 Times Bigger Than Central Park In New York - MTL Blog
Montreal Is Getting A Massive New Public Park That Will Be Over 8 Times Bigger Than Central Park In New York  MTL Blog

Mayor Valérie Plante and the city of Montreal want to stop condo construction on part of the island and turn the land into the the largest urban park in Canada ...




Illegal pot still a source for 4 in 10 cannabis users, Stats Can survey shows - Chilliwack Progress
Illegal pot still a source for 4 in 10 cannabis users, Stats Can survey shows  Chilliwack Progress

Six months after Canada legalized marijuana for recreational use more than 40 per cent of Canadians who said they used pot still bought it from illegal sources, ...




A sweaty Saturday: Hottest day of the year in Toronto, Ottawa - CBC News
A sweaty Saturday: Hottest day of the year in Toronto, Ottawa  CBC News

The sweltering weather continues Saturday with several parts of Canada under heat warnings
The Greater Toronto Area will see a midday high of 34 C, though ...




How other Canadian municipalities lost money to fraudsters and hackers - CTV News
How other Canadian municipalities lost money to fraudsters and hackers  CTV News

After forking over $1.04 million to a person pretending to work for a construction company in what's known as a whaling scam, Saskatoon is the latest Canadian ...




Ag Ministers Conclude Meeting In Quebec City - PortageOnline.com
Ag Ministers Conclude Meeting In Quebec City  PortageOnline.com

The Federal, Provincial, and Territorial (FPT) Ministers of Agriculture concluded their two-day annual meeting in Quebec City on Friday
"The future is full of ...




20.7 M sq
ft
of office development in Canada's big cities - Real Estate News EXchange
20.7 M sq
ft
of office development in Canada's big cities
  Real Estate News EXchange

The pipeline of office developments in Canada reached 20.7 million square feet in the second quarter, according to JLL, the highest level in this cycle but still ...




St
Albert, Canmore, Calgary ranked in top 33 best communities in Canada | Etcetera - Daily Hive
St
Albert, Canmore, Calgary ranked in top 33 best communities in Canada | Etcetera
  Daily Hive

A new ranking looking at 415 communities across Canada has landed three Alberta locations in the top 30
According to Maclean's Best Communities in ...




When Is Thanksgiving in Canada 2019? - What Day Is Thanksgiving in Canada - countryliving.com
When Is Thanksgiving in Canada 2019? - What Day Is Thanksgiving in Canada  countryliving.com

When is Thanksgiving in Canada, you ask? Here's everything you need to know about how and when Canadians celebrate the holiday
Thanksgiving doesn't ...




B.C
drivers pay almost $2,000 in auto insurance per year - Yahoo News Canada
B.C
drivers pay almost $2,000 in auto insurance per year
  Yahoo News Canada

B.C
residents just can't seem to catch a break
Not only is the province home to some of Canada's highest-priced real estate, drivers also pay the highest ...




After an Uproar, Fashioning a Fresh Start in Canada - The New York Times
After an Uproar, Fashioning a Fresh Start in Canada  The New York Times

The designer Sophie Theallet said she wouldn't dress the first lady, setting off a firestorm
Now, with a new brand, things are working out nicely.




2 dead in Essex County, NY head-on crash - WCAX
2 dead in Essex County, NY head-on crash  WCAX

NORTH ELBA, N.Y
(WCAX) New York State Police say two people are dead following a head-on crash in North Elba
Just after 9 a.m
Saturday, NYSP ...




Tyler Mislawchuk aims to build on success at triathlon event in Edmonton - Global News
Tyler Mislawchuk aims to build on success at triathlon event in Edmonton  Global News

Canada's Tyler Mislawchuk, *fresh* off a landmark World Triathlon Series podium finish in Montreal, believes he's upped his game in this physically punishing ...




A Historic Contender for Canada?s Top Political Job - The New York Times
A Historic Contender for Canada?s Top Political Job  The New York Times

Jagmeet Singh, the first nonwhite candidate to lead a major national political party in Canada, will try to unseat Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.




Canada: Seven hurt in 'gas' explosion after car crashes into house in Ontario - Sky News
Canada: Seven hurt in 'gas' explosion after car crashes into house in Ontario  Sky News

A woman has been charged with several offences after a car crashed into a home in Canada, setting off an explosion.




?Like something out of a horror movie?: Camper saves family of four from savage wolf attack - The Washington Post
?Like something out of a horror movie?: Camper saves family of four from savage wolf attack  The Washington Post

It was about half past midnight when Russ Fee woke up to the sound of frantic shouts coming from a campsite next to his in Canada's Banff National Park.




Heat warning issued for parts of northern Alberta - Global News
Heat warning issued for parts of northern Alberta  Global News

Parts of northern Alberta are under a heat warning Saturday morning as Environment Canada said affected areas are expected to see five straight days of about ...




How to spend three days in Quebec City - Vancouver Sun
How to spend three days in Quebec City  Vancouver Sun

It is the only walled city in Canada
It's steeped in military and religious history, has cobblestone streets and can easily be confused for someplace in Europe.




Newcomers to Quebec City turn pop stars in viral video clip - CBC.ca
Newcomers to Quebec City turn pop stars in viral video clip  CBC.ca

Clever lyrics, a catchy chorus, a punchy Afro beat, even their own signature choreography ? Je suis là has all the makings of a summer hit
The creators are not ...




Quebec City car crash could have been 'much worse' if not for warm weather, pure luck - CBC News
Quebec City car crash could have been 'much worse' if not for warm weather, pure luck  CBC News

"I had a guardian angel," says a woman who'd been sitting at a cafeteria window moments before a car crashed through it, when a stranger suggested she join ...




Police investigating possible hate crime at Quebec City mosque - CBC.ca
Police investigating possible hate crime at Quebec City mosque  CBC.ca

The Quebec City mosque that was the site of a mass shooting two years ago has become the target of hate speech, which culminated in a physical confrontation ...




Stranded sailors despair as 30-month stay on ship docked in Quebec City port continues - CBC News
Stranded sailors despair as 30-month stay on ship docked in Quebec City port continues  CBC News

Two sailors have been living on a stranded ship in the Port of Quebec for more than two years, waiting to get paid and unable to leave, because the vessel ...




Quebec City mosque shooter sentenced to at least 40 years in prison - CBC News
Quebec City mosque shooter sentenced to at least 40 years in prison  CBC News

Alexandre Bissonnette, who pleaded guilty to killing six men at a Quebec City mosque two years ago, will be allowed to ask for parole at age 67, a judge ...




Protesters in Quebec City say Bill 21 will 'create barriers for future generations' - CBC.ca
Protesters in Quebec City say Bill 21 will 'create barriers for future generations'  CBC.ca

Around 75 people gathered in front of Quebec's National Assembly on Tuesday to voice their ongoing opposition to Bill 21, the government's proposed ban on ...




The Best Quebec City Restaurants - Eater Montreal
The Best Quebec City Restaurants  Eater Montreal

Montreal might have more of a reputation as Quebec's culinary hub (it's helped along by a much larger population), but the province's capital is not to be ...




Province opts for tunnel as 3rd link between Quebec City and Lévis - CBC.ca
Province opts for tunnel as 3rd link between Quebec City and Lévis  CBC.ca

The new connection between Quebec City and Lévis will be a tunnel, not a bridge, Transport Minister François Bonnardel announced Thursday.




Cleaning up Quebec City ? one empty can at a time - CBC.ca
Cleaning up Quebec City ? one empty can at a time  CBC.ca

After a successful run in Montreal, Les Valoristes is setting up collection points in Quebec City where binners can exchange their cans and bottles for cash.




COMMENTARY: Quebec?s harsh new laws may echo sentiments felt elsewhere in Canada - Global News
COMMENTARY: Quebec?s harsh new laws may echo sentiments felt elsewhere in Canada  Global News

Immigration and how we treat newcomers will likely be issues in the October federal election, Tasha Kheiriddin says.




Quebec City police search for suspect after Jean-Lesage International Airport evacuated - CBC.ca
Quebec City police search for suspect after Jean-Lesage International Airport evacuated  CBC.ca

Activities have resumed at the Jean-Lesage International Airport in Quebec City after a police intervention and evacuation of the public area of the terminal ...




Flooding persists in Eastern Canada: Here?s what?s happening in Ontario, Quebec and New Brunswick - Global News
Flooding persists in Eastern Canada: Here?s what?s happening in Ontario, Quebec and New Brunswick  Global News

Unrelenting flooding has forced several communities in Ontario, Quebec and New Brunswick to declare a state of emergency, evacuate residents and request ...




After New Zealand attack, solidarity and grief at the Quebec City mosque - CBC News
After New Zealand attack, solidarity and grief at the Quebec City mosque  CBC News

Members of the Quebec City mosque where six men were killed two years ago gathered for Friday prayers, and paid tribute to the victims in New Zealand.




In-line skater wheels off with store's cash box in a Quebec City mall, police say - CBC.ca
In-line skater wheels off with store's cash box in a Quebec City mall, police say  CBC.ca

An alleged thief in Quebec City didn't need a getaway vehicle after snatching a store's cash box at a local mall because he already had wheels strapped to his ...




Raptors To Hold Training Camp In Quebec City - Raptors.com
Raptors To Hold Training Camp In Quebec City  Raptors.com

The 2019 NBA Champion Toronto Raptors announced Wednesday that their training camp for the 2019-20 season will be held at Laval University in Quebec ...




Quebec passes controversial immigration reform bill in rare overnight vote - CTV News
Quebec passes controversial immigration reform bill in rare overnight vote  CTV News

The Quebec government has passed a controversial immigration reform bill which will scrap thousands of ongoing applications to live and work in the province.




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