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If you needed some brick-laying or sign-painting done in the final decade of the 19th century, the Irish-born workman ROBERT TRESSELL might have been your man.
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1 hr ago | CBC News
Sherbrooke authorities say they will begin the cleanup operation on many of the roads and bridges that were shut when rivers overflowed their banks.
2 hrs ago | Nanaimo Daily News
Canada's economy showed signs of thawing out from a long, bitter winter last month, churning out an unexpectedly high 42,900 net new jobs that helped shave the unemployment rate to 6.9 per cent - matching a post-recession low.
On a grassy slope at the foot of Mount Royal, the Mordecai Richler Pavilion would be a perfect spot for a writer seeking inspiration above the din of the city.
McGill student Angie Ning rents a Bixi bike at the corner of Mont Royal and Parc Aves.
Documents unsealed in court today suggest that Jean Charest's ex-deputy premier Nathalie Normandeau intervened against the advice of bureaucrats to help engineering form Roche obtain an $11-million contract.
The public appearance between Pauline Marios and Philippe Couillard will take place before the PQ government's last cabinet meeting this afternoon.
Flooding in Sherbrooke, Que., has closed 24 streets to traffic and forced more than 600 people into emergency shelters.
Two new networks based in Montreal, Quebec, have been awarded federal funding to take the latest research findings related to cybersecurity and regenerative cell therapies and turn them into better policies and practices.
It's our own version of Groundhog Day. But unlike the Bill Murray comedy - wherein a weatherman lives the same day over and over again - the Montreal version has many of us beginning our day wandering by and wondering about the forlorn state of the Mordecai Richler Pavilion, the gazebo on the side of Mount Royal, and getting the same response from ... (more)
Connie Walker is the lead reporter at CBC Aboriginal and was previously a producer on the "8th Fire" series.
The trial of the former head of the construction arm of the province's largest labour union began today with an inside look at certain questionable expenses he submitted between 2007 and 2008.
Nelson Fernandes and Joyce Bridgman both ran in last year's Boston Marathon that saw three killed and hundreds injured by two bombs left near the finish line.
The business of the meeting will include the election of directors; appointment of auditors; consideration and voting on an advisory resolution on executive compensation and shareholder proposals.
For those of you who couldn't make it out to Coachella last weekend, and are planning making the trek to the festival's upcoming second weekend, one thing you missed was Lana Del Rey performing a new, typically vacuous bubblegum groove-pop track, "West Coast."