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The two men had been involved in previous altercations [ Ow.ly Link ]
The two men had been involved in previous altercations

Argument in Verdun rooming house ends with stabbing

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“We’ve seen in the past few months more high profile incidents involving xenophobia in Quebec, including of course the attack on the Ste-Foy mosque. Subsequent vandalism targeted at specific communities followed, including in Montreal, which may be partly why Quebecers are noting this as a serious issue.”
Weve seen in the past few months more high profile incidents involving

Strong majority of Quebecers say racism is serious issue: poll

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“We feed everyone,” said chef Aché Alhadji, who whips up lunch for up to 120 people, five days a week with the help of volunteers. “For many of them, they get one meal a day and it’s here.”
We feed everyone said chef Aché Alhadji who whips up lunch for

Allison Hanes: 100 years of justice, not charity, at Saint Columba House

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Westmount’s Eugenie Bouchard lost in the first round of the WTA BNP Paribas Istanbul Cup on Tuesday, falling 6-0, 6-4 to Slovak Jana Cepelova.
Westmounts Eugenie Bouchard lost in the first round of the WTA BNP

Bouchard loses in 1st round of Istanbul Cup | Montreal Gazette

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A Montreal-based service provider says it’s now offering the fastest residential Internet connection speeds available anywhere in Canada.
A Montrealbased service provider says its now offering the fastest residential Internet

Company offers Internet speeds of up to 10 Gbps in downtown Montreal

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The Impact hopes its 3-3 comeback draw at Philadelphia last weekend might be the type of character-building game it can rely on as the Major League Soccer team continues trying to escape from an early-season quagmire.
The Impact hopes its 33 comeback draw at Philadelphia last weekend might

Impact needs to play with urgency and confidence, coach Mauro Biello says

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Locked out warehouse workers from Laval, Que. created a cacophony in front of building in a Cornwall industrial park on Tuesday.
Locked out warehouse workers from Laval Que created a cacophony in front

Quebec union protests lockout

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It wants to test a network for such vehicles by 2020.
It wants to test a network for such vehicles by 2020

Uber takes to the skies with next ride-hailing project

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This certainly wasn’t the way Nathan Beaulieu expected his season to end.
This certainly wasn’t the way Nathan Beaulieu expected his season to end

Stu Cowan: Nathan Beaulieu expects to be back in a Canadiens uniform

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Some online shoppers are being duped into buying T-shirts, hoodies and other items that purport to donate $10 of the proceeds to the Gord Downie Fund for Brain Cancer Research.
Some online shoppers are being duped into buying Tshirts hoodies and other

Fake Tragically Hip merchandise duping fans, warns guitarist Rob Baker

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Provincial police are warning flood victims in Rigaud to be prudent about whom they hire to repair their flooded homes.
Provincial police are warning flood victims in Rigaud to be prudent about

Fraudsters might target Rigaud flood victims, police say

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Quebecers have a fine sense of community, but are often stifled by the dysfunction plaguing the Quebec government and its bureaucracies, Dan Delmar writes.
Quebecers have a fine sense of community but are often stifled by

Dan Delmar: Volunteer bans and Quebec’s labour movement

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The online petition was started by non-profit group Les amis de la montagne with the support of the city of Montreal in early April in an effort to be registered on Canada’s 2017 tentative submission list for World Heritage Sites.
The online petition was started by nonprofit group Les amis de la

Thousands support UNESCO designation for Mount Royal

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Smith, a former policy adviser on Parliament Hill who became a councillor in 2013, was elected by her fellow councillors.
Smith a former policy adviser on Parliament Hill who became a councillor

Christina M. Smith elected new mayor of Westmount

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"It never occurred to us that our honeymoon would be two weeks in paradise to return home with worms in our brains," Ben Manilla of San Francisco said in an email after spending a month in the hospital, undergoing several operations and suffering complications.
It never occurred to us that our honeymoon would be two weeks

Q&A: Hawaii reassures tourists after brain parasite cases

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The Quebec government says it is ready to offer as much as $300 million in loans and loan guarantees to help the province's forestry sector because of softwood lumber duties imposed by the United States.
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Quebec announces plan to help forestry sector in wake of U.S. duties

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President Donald Trump’s approval rating among 18- to 29-year-olds stands at 32 per cent, according to a poll published Tuesday by the Harvard Institute of Politics – 10 points lower than the general population reported in a Washington Post-ABC News survey this week.
President Donald Trumps approval rating among 18 to 29yearolds stands at 32

Millennials don’t like Donald Trump, but he has successfully warped their view of 'fake news'

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