Monday Mar 3
Quebec adds more than 2,000 new daycare spots in Montreal
Quebec Family Minister Nicole Leger announced Monday an additional 2,281 spots to the Centre de la Petite Enfance daycare program in the Montreal region.
4,000 litre fuel spill as train derails in Montreal
Nearly 4,000 litres of diesel fuel spilled after two CN trains derailed early Sunday in St. Henri, a neighbourhood in Montreal's southwest borough.
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Citizen's group decries developer's Meadowbrook lawsuit against city
A $44-million lawsuit against the city of Montreal filed by the property developer who owns the Meadowbrook golf course is a "rapacious and arrogant" last-ditch cash grab, say opponents of the project.
Redpath mansion demolition delayed by at least 30 days
After narrowly avoiding destruction this week, the fate of Montreal's historic Redpath mansion is once again up in the air.
Canada Supports Haitian Communities to Improve Transparency, Effectiveness, and Economic Growth
Senator Claude Carignan, speaking on behalf of the Honourable Christian Paradis, Minister of International Development and Minister for La Francophonie, and accompanied by Denis Coderre, Mayor of Montreal, announced today that the Haiti-Canada Municipal Cooperation Project will be extended.
Cities say Stephen Harper government getting - cold feet' on fighting poverty
Canada's cities say that Prime Minister Stephen Harper's government is reducing its efforts to invest in affordable housing and fight poverty despite suggesting earlier that it was ready to take action.