Some NDG residents say they're worried about the future of their YMCA but the city of Montreal and the Y are meantime trying to reassure them they are working together to help maintain services at the NDG site which has been closed since the pandemic hit.
A non-profit organization helping to support our Veterans is looking for some help to make sure grave markers for Veterans mention their military service and to provide a permanent military marker for those who lie in unmarked graves - they face a number of hurdles, including the pandemic.
With the pandemic forcing many people to work from home, the official opposition at Montreal city hall wants the Plante administration to increase the number of free parking spots during this winter when snow removal crews are out.
With most teachers in the English public school system now working in Red Alert Zones, their union says they are worried and frustrated that no new measures or support are being offered by the Legault government.
A handful of schools in the English sector are reporting at least one case of COVID since Friday - something that prompted some students to leave their high school during the noon hour in the West Island.
Some police forces have been giving out lots of warnings for breaking public health regulations related to COVID-19 but very few reports leading to possible fines have been written up, for things such as not physically distancing or for not having a proper client registry in a bar.
A Montreal family is fighting to be physically present at the parole hearing of the man who killed their loved one so they can deliver their victim impact statements in person. COVID-19 has forced hearings to be held over the telephone.