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The fate of an Historic building in Modern Times

The Canadian Pacific Train Station—a look at its history and how it stands today It is perhaps in the buildings that tower around us that we can see the most in terms of history...

‘Renovictions’—two sides to every story

As dissension erupts among the borough council concerning ‘renovictions’ - we present to you the ins and outs of the discussion … and on both sides of the spectrum, and all before the council is to reconvene...

The United Nations—friend or foe?

The United Nations turns 75 this month and although the world is celebrating their longevity, there are those that have outlined their blatant and epic failures over the years since their inception It was...

As Covid-19 cases rise, new rules are set in place in week 2 of red alert

Just a week after the new rules were set in place to stop the spread of Covid-19, as well as the red alert status getting underway, the Quebec Government has added a whole new set of rules...

Police now able to get official warrants by phone to enter private homes

Montréal—As has been reported by numerous sources, Police in Montréal and other regions will now be able to enter private homes if not invited officially by home owners. All they need is permission, or rather a warrant,...

Worries mount as Flu Season & Covid-19 collide

People will be flooding local clinics as flu season gets under way, but a mounting trepidation can be felt as testing for Covid-19 reaches new highs while the city is in the red Although...

Advisory – Recall of counterfeit Zytec Germ Buster Hand Sanitizer

Product: Counterfeit Zytec Germ Buster Hand Sanitizer 1L (labelled with NPN 80015625, lot number 3329733126). Health Canada is informing Canadians that the distributor Northern National Sales Inc., was found to be selling a counterfeit version...

From bad to worse at L’Acadie/Jean-Talon intersection

Local business owners & City Councilor Mary Deros not happy with end result of the construction at the corner of Jean Talon and L’Acadie—situation has ended in petition & could get worse

Opinion – Your mask; don’t leave home without it

In an effort to limit the spread of Covid-19, police can now fine you up to $6000 for not wearing your mask--as of Saturday September 12th Of course this has been coming for quite...

Update from the Office of the Chief Information Officer of the Government Canada on recent cyber attacks

/CNW/ - It is important that Canadians can access online government services easily and securely. In early August, the Government of Canada took action to stop "credential stuffing" attacks mounted on the GCKey service and Canada Revenue Agency (CRA)...