With the federal election just a little over a week away, some people are wondering why they are still getting voter information cards for people who no longer live at their address or in some cases, are dead.
Some Lachine residents are trying to rally and get enough signatures on a registry today to force a referendum on a new condo project that they say is too high and doesn't fit in with the neighbourhood.
The second phase of the Tour des Canadiens highrise downtown near the Bell Centre isn't even finished yet but it says it's suffered damage from a big watermain break last spring - and it's suing the city of Montreal.
Montreal's police department says it's getting its internal affairs department on track in a bid to regain the public's trust after the division was rocked by allegations of fabrication of evidence over two years ago.
The developers of a housing project in Pierrefonds is suing the city of Montreal, mayor Valérie Plante and the borough for over $178M for allegedly blocking the project and plowing ahead with plans to build an urban park on the land.
If you have ever worn or seen a hospital gown, you know how undignified they can be when your butt is usually exposed by the thin garment. But there's a new hospital gown being tested in Montreal and it could be available as of next spring.
The city of Montreal's mobility squad has been in place for a year trying to keep traffic as fluid as possible. But it now has the power to issue tickets for parking and moving violations - and they've been busy: over 600 tickets given out since July 1st.