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12 hrs ago | Montreal Gazette

Cycling bans lifted at Jeanne-Mance and Lafontaine Parks

A cyclist rides past a sign banning cycling in Jeanne-Mance Park on Friday. The City has rescinded the ban and ordered the sign to come down.

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Yesterday | Times of Oman

Montreal moments in the French-accented Canadian city

Canada's second- largest city may shiver in winter but it shines in summer. The warm temperatures bring al fresco life to the lively harbour and a carnival-like atmosphere that sweeps the cobbled streets of the historic quarter.

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Thu Jul 10, 2014

The McGill Daily

Condo construction begins on razed Parc Oxygene

Having managed to stave it off for nearly two decades, residents of the Milton-Parc community saw the construction of a three-story condo begin on Monday on the recently-razed laneway garden known as Parc Oxygene.

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Wed Jul 09, 2014

CBC News

Strong winds leave 10,000 without power in Montreal

Hydro-Quebec worker Cedric Chaperon clears debris as Morgan Chenu and her three-year-old daughter Nell look on.

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Tue Jul 08, 2014

Montreal Gazette

Montreal overhauls borough budgets for 2015

It's the dawn of a major battle over borough financing between Mayor Denis Coderre and the opposition at city hall, and the first test of his might as a minority mayor.

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CBC News

City of Montreal clashes with boroughs over financing plan

Plateau-Mont-Royal Mayor Luc Ferrandez says the City of Montreal's new funding formula for boroughs enforces an "unjust uniformity."

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The Montreal Gazette

Midday: City re-jigs borough funding; Bolduc billings under investigation

Hello and welcome to montrealgazette.com and welcome to Midday. Here's the rundown on some of the stories we're following for you today.

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The Montreal Gazette

Two fires on St. Denis St. - one at bar in Villeray was arson

There were two street closures in the Plateau Mont Royal Tuesday morning due to fire and both were reopened at 7:30 a.m. The cause of the closures was a blaze in an empty building at 4527 St. Denis St., called in at 4 a.m. "That building is known to be dangerous as it has structural instability from previous fires," said Montreal fire chief Luc ... (more)

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Sat Jul 05, 2014

CJAD

Victim found in hospital following gunshots fired in Plateau

Gunshots rang out this morning around 1:10 a.m. on Mont-Royal Ave. where it meets Camillien Houde Way.

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Fri Jul 04, 2014

CBC News

Montreal fatal overdose rate 4 times than average in June

A rash of overdoses in Montreal, particularly among injection heroin users, has the city's public health agency warning drug users to inject more slowly, to inspect their drugs and to not take drugs alone.

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Thu Jul 03, 2014

SFGate

Montreal's quartet of cultures creates a colorful pattern

A room at Old Montreal's classic 18th century Hotel Pierre du Calvet. Photo: Margo Pfeiff, Special To The Chronicle Old Montreal's classic 18th century Hotel Pierre du Calvet.

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Star Tribune

Tragic history informs dance by Rosy Simas

Rosy Simas, wearing an old-fashioned white dress, dances to the sounds of rushing water and whispering voices.

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CJAD

Spotty attendance at Montreal council meetings

The mayor, the leader of the official opposition and two dozen other members of Montreal council may have perfect attendance records but others are much spottier.

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Sat Jun 28, 2014

GlobalNews

10 things to do to celebrate Canada Day in Montreal

Just a week after the FAate nationale du QuA©bec may seem a bit quick to some to have yet another party celebrating nationalism, but that's how we roll in la belle provence ! From fireworks in the Old Port, to a SortilA ges on Mont Royal, to Abbamania in the Pierrefonds Comprehensive High School parking lot, here's a look at where the Canada's ... (more)

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Fri Jun 27, 2014

Montreal Gazette

Daycare unhappy with delays in rebuilding playground

Five year-old Clara plays with other children on the playground at the CPE Lafontaine daycare in Montreal on Friday, June 27, 2014.

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Wed Jun 25, 2014

CBC News

Some Plateau residents temporarily without water

Some residents living in a large sector of Montreal's Plateau-Mont-Royal borough are without without water at this hour.

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Tue Jun 24, 2014

CJAD

What's open and what's closed this St. Jean holiday

Shopping malls, banks, liquor stores, and most major retail stores will be closed on this St. Jean Baptiste holiday, though the big outdoor markets such as the Atwater and Jean-Talon markets, drug store chains and some grocery stores will remain open.

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Fri Jun 20, 2014

CBC News

Montreal police officer reassigned after altercation with school staff

Cmdr. Ian Lafreniere of the Montreal police department said the officer accused of excessive force conducted himself within acceptable limits.

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Fri Jun 13, 2014

CBC News

School staff accuse Montreal police of excessive force

A Montreal police officer is being accused of using excessive force during an altercation with two staff members of a Plateau Mont-Royal elementary school who say they were both put in handcuffs and one was pepper-sprayed.

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