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After 78 years, a bittersweet ending for Chocolats Andrée | CBC
CBC | December 16, 2018
For three generations, the family business been making chocolates every day in-house. From the candied orange peels and cherries to the caramel and cream fillings, everything is done by hand. It's that old-fashioned way of doing things that the shop's loyal customers say they will mi...
Kingsbury rules dual moguls to cap golden weekend in China | CBC
CBC | December 16, 2018
Canadian freestyle skier Mikael Kingsbury extended his podium run to eight on the World Cup circuit with a victory in Sunday's dual mogul event in Thaiwoo, China.
Baloo the Purolator cat reunited with family in Halifax after shipping box ordeal | CTV News
CTV News | December 16, 2018
Much to the relief of his loving family, Baloo the cat came back -- just not the very next day -- after being mistakenly shipped 1,200 kilometres away.
Threatened jobs bring protesters to Trudeau Airport | CTV News
CTV News | December 16, 2018
Roughly 100 protesters turned up at Trudeau Airport on Sunday morning to support 93 workers threatened with losing their jobs if they don’t agree to a major salary rollback.
16-year-old suffers serious head injuries while trying to jump on train in Dorval | CTV News
CTV News | December 16, 2018
A 16-year-old boy is in hospital in serious condition after being struck by a train in Dorval early on Sunday morning.
Polls open at 10 for two municipal by-elections | CTV News
CTV News | December 16, 2018
Montrealers in two different districts will head to the polls for municipal by-elections on Sunday.
Everything you need to know about the new UN climate agreement | CTV News
CTV News | December 16, 2018
On Saturday, officials from nearly 200 countries agreed to a set of guidelines to implement the Paris Agreement on climate change at a United Nations conference in Poland.
Quebecers doing more of their holiday shopping online: poll | CTV News
CTV News | December 16, 2018
Quebecers are turning more and more to the Internet when it comes to their Christmas shopping.
Canadiens stymie Senators in successful Saturday soiree | CTV News
CTV News | December 16, 2018
The Montreal Canadiens scored four third-period goals to come from behind and beat the Ottawa Senators 5-2 on Saturday night.
Amid a chronic shortage of beds, Montreal to open new, winter-only homeless shelter | CTV News
CTV News | December 16, 2018
For years, Montreal’s homeless advocacy groups have scrambled to find ways to keep the thousands of people on the city’s streets warm during winter, but some help finally appears to be on the way.
One suspect in custody for murder of woman in St-Jean-Sur-Richelieu | CTV News
CTV News | December 16, 2018
The Surete du Quebec is investigating the murder of a woman in St-Jean-Sur-Richelieu.
Teenager in hospital after being injured by train in Dorval | CBC
CBC | December 16, 2018
A 16 year-old boy is in hospital after being hit by a train early Sunday morning at the Dorval commuter train station.
Woman found dead in St-Jean-sur-Richelieu home, suspect arrested in Laurentians | CBC
CBC | December 16, 2018
Quebec provincial police are investigating after a woman was found dead in a home in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu in the Montérégie region south of Montreal Saturday evening.
Cat accidentally shipped to Montreal in parcel reunited with N.S. family | CBC
CBC | December 16, 2018
A Nova Scotia family was reunited with their pet Saturday night after the cat was accidentally sent 1,200 kilometres in a package.
Cat will be home for Christmas after mistakenly shipped 1,200 km to Montreal | CBC
CBC | December 15, 2018
Baloo, a one-year-old tabby, survived the 17-hour trip to Montreal after crawling into a parcel shipped by his family.
Assault in Quebec City a possible hate crime, police say | CBC
CBC | December 15, 2018
An assault that happened overnight in a downtown Quebec City bar could be a hate crime, according to police. The victim was attacked after being asked if he was anti-fascist.
Snow may have arrived long ago, but winter tires are a must as of today in Quebec | CBC
CBC | December 15, 2018
It may feel like Quebec has already been through a decade of winter this year, but the day to have your winter tires on has finally arrived.
Ottawa considering moving rail yard to safer location, 5 years after Lac-Mégantic tragedy | CBC
CBC | December 15, 2018
The railyard in Nantes, Que., where a runaway train started careening toward Lac-Mégantic in 2013, killing 47 people and destroying the downtown core, could be moved to another location.
Canadiens ride 4-goal 3rd to victory over Senators | CBC
CBC | December 15, 2018
The Montreal Canadiens scored four third-period goals to come from behind and beat the Ottawa Senators 5-2 on Saturday night.
Yellowknifer rebuilding plane that dropped bombs 75 years ago | CBC
CBC | December 15, 2018
Mikey McBryan, the general manager for Buffalo Airways, bought the shell of the DC-3 aircraft on eBay.
Cannabis supply shortages could be fixed within a year: Trudeau | CTV News
CTV News | December 15, 2018
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the biggest challenge associated with the legalization of cannabis has been the supply shortage -- but he expects it to disappear within a year.
Operation Nez Rouge prepares for busiest weekend of 2018 | CTV News
CTV News | December 15, 2018
With holiday parties in full swing, Operation Nez Rouge is preparing for the busiest weekend of its 2018 operations.
Julien Foundation hopes to become second family to underprivileged kids with new CDN centre | CTV News
CTV News | December 15, 2018
A new home for children with physical, behavioural and mental difficulties opened its doors in Cote-Des-Neiges on Saturday, courtesy of private donations.
English community vows to fight CAQ plan to scrap school boards | CTV News
CTV News | December 15, 2018
The Quebec Community Groups Network is prepared to fight the CAQ’s plans to abolish school boards in favour of service centres.
White Christmas up in the air with mild temperatures on horizon: Environment Canada | CTV News
CTV News | December 15, 2018
Saturday might have brought mild weather to much of Quebec, but the reprieve from winter will be short-lived, according to Environment Canada.
North America's largest diamond found in NWT | CTV News
CTV News | December 15, 2018
A Canadian mining firm says it has unearthed the largest diamond ever found in North America.
MUHC patient accuses hospital of ignoring patients and having poor communication | CTV News
CTV News | December 15, 2018
A Montreal General Hospital emergency room patient is accusing its staff of neglecting its patients.
21 detained before Paris protests as police deploy in force | CTV News
CTV News | December 15, 2018
Paris police deployed in large numbers Saturday for the fifth straight weekend of demonstrations by the "yellow vest" protesters, with authorities repeating calls for calm after protests on previous weekends turned violent. At least 21 people were detained beforehand.
UPAC says poor media coverage is reason for lack of job applicants | CTV News
CTV News | December 15, 2018
Seven years after it was created, Quebec's anti-corruption unit is having difficulty recruiting members and filling a number of positions.
Rotrand fighting for ban on smoking in CDN-NDG parks | CTV News
CTV News | December 15, 2018
Longtime city councillor Marvin Rotrand wants his Cote-des-Neiges NDG borough to ban smoking in public parks.
World Sikh Organization demands Canada prove Sikh extremism is a threat | CTV News
CTV News | December 15, 2018
Canada's public-safety ministry will reconsider the way Sikh organizations are described in a recent report outlining terror threats in Canada, the department's minister Ralph Goodale said Friday.
How to help Montreal's homeless and impoverished citizens this holiday season | CBC
CBC | December 15, 2018
All in a Weekend host Sonali Karnick spoke with Matthew Pearce, director general of the Old Brewery Mission, to find out what the men's homeless shelter needs right now.
Glowing outdoor playground ready to make music in Quartier des Spectacles | CBC
CBC | December 15, 2018
A lit up, “vintage tropical” set of oversized dominoes are waiting to be toppled over by deep winter revellers in Montreal’s Quartier des Spectacles.
First candidate for Bloc Quebecois leadership to make bid official on Saturday | CTV News
CTV News | December 15, 2018
Former Parti Quebecois cabinet minister Yves-Francois Blanchet will formally launch his bid to become the new leader of the Bloc Quebecois on Saturday.
Mikael Kingsbury fights off food poisoning for 51st World Cup victory | CBC
CBC | December 15, 2018
Canadian freestyle skier Mikael Kingsbury earned his 51st career World Cup victory on Saturday with a gold medal in moguls in Thaiwoo, China.
Sisters and the legacy of the Sixties Scoop: Watch our short documentary | CBC
CBC | December 15, 2018
Sisters who were separated as part of the Sixties Scoop found each other decades later. But reunions can’t always fix the harm of separation. Watch their story here.
Fire causes major damage in Hochelaga–Maisonneuve residential building | CBC
CBC | December 15, 2018
It took 100 firefighters three hours to put the fire out. Damages to the building will cost in the hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Planned Vaudreuil-Soulanges Hospital moving to new site | CBC
CBC | December 14, 2018
The new Vaudreuil-Soulanges Hospital will no longer be built at its planned site, Radio-Canada has learned.
Weekend byelections a test of Plante administration's popularity | CBC
CBC | December 14, 2018
After a freshman year of difficult decisions, Mayor Valérie Plante’s administration faces a key test of its popularity in two byelections to be held Sunday.
Supreme Court quashes mandatory victims' surcharge for convicted criminals | CBC
CBC | December 14, 2018
Canada's top court has quashed a mandatory fine slapped on convicted criminals, overturning a surcharge that critics blamed for keeping impoverished people trapped in the criminal justice system.
Viens Commission comes full circle, as first witness returns for the finale | CBC
CBC | December 14, 2018
Viviane Michel will be the last person to testify before the public inquiry into the treatment of First Nations and Inuit people.
Girl, 2, survives 'drastic' surgery to reconstruct her skull | CBC
CBC | December 14, 2018
Using a 3D-printed model, some 210 screws and a black pen, surgeons in Quebec undertook a risky 12-hour operation to reduce the size of a two-year-old's enlarged skull and allow her brain to grow.
Months after launching his People's Party, Maxime Bernier still has a long way to go | CBC
CBC | December 14, 2018
Maxime Bernier has started to build the foundations of his new party, but there's no sign yet that it will have a significant impact on the 2019 election.
Gaétan Barrette's son sentenced for Montreal hit and run | CBC
CBC | December 14, 2018
Geoffroy Barrette was sentenced Thursday to eight months of house arrest for hitting a cyclist with the car he was driving and then fleeing the scene.
Return of baseball to Montreal looking 'pretty good,' says Stephen Bronfman | CBC
CBC | December 14, 2018
Bronfman was careful when talking about the progress his group has made, but did say they are trying to build something that will last.
Half of iconic Bert & I duo dies 60 years after recording | CTV News
CTV News | December 14, 2018
Bob Bryan, one half of the comedy duo Bert and I, which had fun at the expense of Maine Yankees and popularized the immortal punchline, 'You can't get there from here,' has died at his home in Quebec. He was 87.
Investors say central stadium key to baseball's return | CTV News
CTV News | December 14, 2018
The people trying to bring a Major League Baseball team to Montreal say the project would do best if a stadium was built downtown.
Commission into police misconduct against Indigenous women wraps up in Val d'Or | CTV News
CTV News | December 14, 2018
Funding for Indigenous police forces, cultural training for provincial police forces and improved social services and housing are among the many recommendations made as the Viens Commission held its final public hearing Friday in Val d’Or.
Mayor, minister commit to revitalizing Montreal's east end | CTV News
CTV News | December 14, 2018
Neglected parts of Montreal’s east end are finally getting some TLC, thanks to massive investment by the City of Montreal and Quebec.
Son of MNA Gaetan Barrette sentenced to house arrest for hit and run | CTV News
CTV News | December 14, 2018
The son of Liberal MNA and former Health Minister Gaetan Barrette was sentenced Thursday to eight months of house arrest for a hit and run in 2017.