Quebec's annual flu campaign officially begins next Thursday, just as the Quebec government recently reversed a decision by the Liberals to stop offering free flu shots to certain segments of the population.
In their first meeting since the Oct. 1 provincial election, Quebec Premier François Legault and Montreal Mayor Valérie Plante were cordial and friendly but didn't budge an inch on their respective positions on a couple of topics including her proposed pink metro line.
Housing may become part of the new Royalmount megamall project in the Town of Mount Royal to be built near the intersection of Highways 15 and 40. In the meantime, they're getting the land ready for construction of the $1.8 billion, 2.5 million square foot project, expected to begin next spring.
The Quebec Court of Appeal has ruled that eBay had every right to shut down the sale of a pair of limited edition Nikes that were put up by a pair of Montreal brothers and going for $98K at one point in 2012.
The city of Montreal has rejected a motion from the opposition requiring its suppliers to have sideguards on their trucks by the new year but it's promising the measure will come in the next few months.
As of this spring, you should be seeing construction ramp up and steel structures going up for Molson Coors' new brewery and distribution centre in Longueuil. The mega brewery held a ground-breaking this morning at the site of its new plant in St. Hubert.
A Quebec judge has given the greenlight to another class action lawsuit targetting a religious order that has already had to pay out millions in a record settlement in a separate class action alleging sexual abuse of students by its priests.
A 35-year-old Montreal restaurant cook was given a one year suspended sentence and has to perform 120 hours of community service after pleading guilty to criminally harassing a 16-year-old kitchen intern he threatened to beat up and rape in the summer of 2016.
A Quebec coroner is calling on the province's automobile insurance board to do more to help prevent repeat drunk driving as well as to wrap up its analyses that would allow the government to finally bring into effect its new law imposing alcohol ignition interlock devices on recidivists for a minimum period of ten years
Do you think the city of Montreal has a rat problem? The official opposition at city hall thinks so and it's tabling a motion at the council meeting later this month calling on the Plante administration to do more to control the critters.