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Hampstead Mayor William Steinberg posted and summarized on the Town of Hampstead Facebook page the results of three studies regarding the potential redevelopment of its part of Côte St. Luc Road, where there are currently apartment buildings that are up to 75 years old.

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Even as Quebec is beginning to vaccinate the general population over 70 years old this week, Canada still ranks 43rd in the world in terms of doses given per 100 people, according to the Bloomberg vaccine tracker.

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The news continued to improve regarding COVID-19 between Feb. 18 and 23. Quebec’s new daily COVID cases remained below 1,000, between a new low of 666 and 858, the latest provincial statistics reveal.

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A retired psychoeducator from Montreal, Sylvain Villemaire, 59, was convicted of human trafficking. Villemaire travelled to Africa in 2015 where he "bought" an eight-year old girl who he brought home to Montreal and used as a sex slave for three years.

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The tragic situation regarding homelessness in Montreal remains unresolved. The city continues to return responsibility to the province. City Councilor Benoit Langevin, repeatedly explained to the city and to media since the start of the pandemic that emergency funds can and should be alloca…

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The Maccabee Task Force, which battles against the Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions (BDS) movement and the intended delegitimization of Israel on college campuses across North America and beyond, does provide funding to entities in Montreal. However, their policy does not allow them to disclos…

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Quebec Health Minister Christian Dubé announced Tuesday that the province completed a deal with pharmacies to start inoculating the population with the COVID-19 vaccine, with appointments starting March 15.

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They are all around us every day. The people we depend on to be there. The people who without fanfare, noise or self-promotion do the hundred and one things that we too often take for granted. They evidence the senses of duty,honour and compassion that we all strive for. Too often they do no…

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Longtime St. Laurent councillor Irving Grundman, also well known for founding the Laurentian Lanes bowling alley and being General Manager of the Montreal Canadiens, died Friday after a short illness at the age of 92.