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Mayor Plante should be ashamed of herself! For someone who is so pro-inclusivity, diversity and respect, her refusal to accept the IHRA definition of anti-Semitism was a blatant lack of respect to not only the Jewish community, but to all Montrealers!

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Following news that an English-language regional CEGEP was offering English-language courses to foreign students in a non-descript east-end Montreal campus, local language activists (Mouvement Québec Français) complained that the ongoing (and popular) program would “accelerate” the use of En…

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Late next Sunday night, the TMR’s residents will know if they are finally going to get their new multi-million dollar sports complex. Although it’s been one of Mayor Philippe Roy’s major priorities over most of the decade since he was first elected as the town’s mayor, opponents to the proje…

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The SPVM’s Module d’Action par Projet members recently arrested four individuals in St. Laurent who were involved in fraud and robbery related to the delivery of pizza as ordered by telephone, according to the February 2020 Station 7 report submitted to St. Laurent council.

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During last week’s regular city council meeting, Westmount’s city council voted to accept Councillor Mary Gallery’s motion that the city adopt the IHRA (International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance) definition of anti-Semitism. As opposed to last week’s surprising and painful moment when Cit…

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Do women and girls, as well as their parents, educators, employers and employees, have a fair representation in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)?

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The province is delivering on its promise to increase support for caregivers with an announcement by the Minister for Seniors Marguerite Blais of a $10 million program to enhance services offered directly to caregivers.

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Only days after the provincial government learned that RSC (Rebuts Solides Canadiens) may be forced to close its operations due to faltering Asian markets for recycled paper, the Legault administration announced its plans to radically expand the province’s consignment system to encourage ini…

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Hampstead councillor Harvey Shaffer presented the latest town security report for Dec. 19 to Jan. 19, in a new, more detailed format compiled by Public Security chief of operations Mike Fitzgerald.

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The Montreal Regional Health Board recently released a statement for parents across the island of Montreal with recommendations about the coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan, China recently.

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Sometimes it can be a thin line between help and harm, and when it comes to medication it’s not always clear. Are your medications helping or harming you?

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This past Sunday the Community Coalition Against Racial Profiling led by City Council Dean Marvin Rotrand, City Council Opposition Leader Lionel Perez and former RCMP Prime Ministerial security officer Alain Babineau, now senior advisor to the Centre for Research-Action on Race Relations att…

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This past Sunday on CTV’s Question Period, newly-appointed Federal Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault sparked a firestorm by informing Canadians that a federal panel mandated by the PMO to issue a report on the future of media and headed by Janet Yale, recommended that all companies that de…

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Seventy-five years to the day after the Red Army rolled into the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camps on their way to Berlin, city Opposition leader Lionel Perez told The Suburban that he believed that the anniversary would be a good occasion to present a motion by which Montreal could become the …