Condos expected to be ready on July 1 could be stalled by strike
New-home buyers could be left temporarily stranded if a strike that's paralyzed construction sites across Quebec delays the completion of units expected to be delivered by Montreal's popular July 1 moving day, developers warned Monday.
Closing insult for Old Dutch workers
When the termination letter came from the company in early June, Montreal factory worker Shelton Bernard was surprised, then stunned, then insulted, then angry.
No ark building necessary yet
And heavy precipitation closed the St-RA©mi tunnel under the Lachine canal for a time Tuesday due to flooding.
No hope for Old Dutch
The minister for economic development says these is no further hope of keeping the Old Dutch potato chip plant in Lachine.
Alleged sexual predator's victims sought by Montreal police
The 62-year-old Lachine man is charged with luring, invitations to sexual touching, sexual interference, and possession of child pornography.
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NDP MP Tyrone Benskin has apologized for not paying his taxes and promises to pay back everything he owes, but has lost his deputy critic duties as a result of the news.