QUEBEC CITY -- In his resignation as Treasury Board president, Quebec Liberal MNA Sam Hamad replied to claims he went to Florida to escape an ethics probe, telling reporters “my honor is as true as my golf swing.”
MONTREAL -- Montreal metro riders on the new AZUR cars have already experienced a quicker rider thanks to the sharp, guillotine-like blades that slice away any potential delay blocking the doors.
MONTREAL -- Reports have come in that, in the early hours Tuesday morning, the depanneur on the corner of St. Laurent and St. Felicia had finally emerged from its cocoon as a glorious and beautiful Couche-Tard.
MONTREAL -- Quebec has announced that its new high school history curriculum will highlight the epic victory by the French at the Plains of Abraham in 1759, which led to Quebec’s glorious win in the Seven Years War.
MONTREAL -- Reports have been confirmed that three people have died following a shooting last night outside the La Nuit des Passions nightclub near Place d’Youville in Old Montreal, but then, that’s Montreal, where the nights are awash in revelry and life is as brittle as the crust of a newly baked croissant.
MONTREAL -- In light of former Concordia CFO Sonia Trudel’s $235,000 severance package after a work period of just 90 days, “Getting Fired From Concordia” has officially ranked as the third highest-paying job in Montreal.
QUEBEC CITY -- Just months after claiming an enduring partnership with Julie Snyder, Pierre Karl Peladeau has proven that separation can happen in Quebec.
MONTREAL — A local PR company opted for a thrifty locale to host their annual Christmas party this year — the vacant bus shelter across the street from the office building.
QUEBEC CITY -- Following the release of the Charbonneau Commission's report on corruption in Quebec’s construction industry, politicians, construction groups and organized crime collectives have responded with a courteous “no, thank you” to each of the report’s 60 recommendations.
MONTREAL -- Following the start of a massive raw sewage dump into the St. Lawrence river, environmentalists across the island of Montreal have begun driving to facilities in nearby Cornwall, Ontario whenever they feel the need to defecate.
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