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  1. More raids after police bust Dorval drug labRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 30 | CJAD

    A 41-year old man, identified as Eric Tremblay, faces charges following a raid at a Dorval drub lab that produced fentanyl. "It's a store, but there's no name to the store.

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  2. Raided Dorval drug lab produced fentanylRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 29 | CJAD

    Police stand outside a home in Laval where they are conducting a raid in connection to a drug lab bust in Dorval Authorities say the raided drug lab on Lajoie Ave. in Dorval produced the narcotic fentanyl, which has been connected to deaths in Canada as well as the US as it has been increasingly been laced with street drugs to increase their potency. Police at the scene required hazmat suits to enter and had to keep their trips inside the building to 15 minutes before return outside to be decontaminated.

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  3. Montreal police bust possible Fentanyl lab in Dorval industrial parkRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 29 | GlobalNews

    An investigation is being led by Montreal Police's anti-gang unit from the organized crime division after a clandestine chemical drug manufacturing lab was discovered in Dorval on Friday morning. Police received information that led to the discovery of the the lab on Lajoie Street, in an industrial Park in Dorval at around 9:00 a.m. A preliminary analysis by Health Canada indicates the substance discovered in the lab appears to be Fentanyl - a drug responsible for a rash of recent deaths across the country.

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  4. Suspect named in Dorval drug lab producing fentanyl caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 29 | CJAD

    Police stand outside a home in Laval where they are conducting a raid in connection to a drug lab bust in Dorval Authorities say the raided drug lab in Dorval produced the narcotic fentanyl, which has been connected to hundreds of deaths in Canada as well as the United States in recent years. Police at the scene required hazmat suits to enter and had to keep their trips inside the building to 15 minutes before return outside to be decontaminated.

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  5. Drug lab suspected of manufacturing fentanyl dismantled in DorvalRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 29 | CBC News

    Montreal police are dismantling a drug lab in Dorval suspected of manufacturing fentanyl, a dangerous drug that has resulted in several fatal overdoses in Canada and the United States. Const.

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  6. Clandestine laboratory discovered in DorvalRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 29 | CJAD

    Montreal police and SuretA du QuA bec officers are on the scene and awaiting the green light from Health Canada inspectors called in to ensure the investigation can proceed safely. So far one suspect has been arrested though police are not providing additional details concerning the individual's identity nor the charges against him.

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  7. Trudeau airport noise regularly exceeds 'annoyance' levels, according to groupRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 19 | CBC News

    A group of citizens who measured noise levels in non-airport adjacent neighbourhoods says Trudeau International isn't doing enough to mitigate aircraft noise. According to their findings, the sound levels regularly exceed the 50 decibel annoyance level recognized by the World Health Organization, even in neighbourhoods outside the Dorval area.

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  8. Canada wins 27 medals on Day 6 of ParapansRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 14 | InsideHalton.com

    Chalifour of Mont-Laurier, Que., and Cloutier, of St-Antoine-de-Tilly, Que., led a Canadian sweep in the mixed time trial B on Thursday. The Canadians have 43 gold and 140 medals overall - trailing only Brazil, which has 86 gold and 210 overall.

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  9. Montreal: the jobless capital of CanadaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 13 | CJAD

    ... environment where people will feel that it's time to invest," President of Quebec's Council of Employers Yves-Thomas Dorval admitted. The council has other good news. According to the QCE, Quebec has actually created about 40,000 net jobs since the ...

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  10. Montreal is jobless capital of CanadaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 13 | CTV

    ... of Quebec's economy is based in the Primary Sector, which has a ripple effect on many jobs in Montreal. Yves-Thomas Dorval of Quebec's Council of Employers said with so many people looking for work, the opportunity exists to improve matters. "We ...

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  11. Xavier Dolan's Tom at the Farm Harvests a Fresh Cinematic VoiceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 13 | Denver Westword

    Chances are good that you don't know the works of writer/director/actor Xavier Dolan - and that is a crying shame. Dolan is Quebec's wunderkind of cinema who, since turning nineteen, has put out five amazing pieces of film that show the practice, originality and power of someone much older and more experienced than the now-26-year-old appears in form.

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  12. Should City of Vancouver engineering department arbitrate freedom of...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 10 | The Georgia Straight

    ... of the Committee for the Commonwealth of Canada after it had been banned from handing out political brochures at Dorval Airport in Montreal. Justices Antonio Lamer and John Sopinka wrote the following paragraph: "An individual will thus only be free ...

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  13. Game-changer needs rail link to the cityRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 10 | Sydney Morning Herald

    The Herald's editorial is correct when it says that the "airport cannot be seen simply as a piece of aviation infrastructure" . It is the game changer western Sydney needs to become a thriving, world-class, job-rich national asset.

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  14. Dorval Legion needs funds to build new homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 6 | CTV

    Royal Canadian Legion Branch 245 has been in Dorval for more than fifty years, but just like the neighbouring Dorval Municipal Golf Course, its days are numbered. Both the golf course and the Legion sit on land leased from the airport authority, Aeroports de Montreal.

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  15. Dorval Legion must find new homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 6 | Examiner.com

    With their lease set to expire in September 2016, the Dorval Royal Canadian Legion Branch 245 has to find a new meeting place that can provide a community hall for up to 150 people that also has a kitchen. Aeroports de Montreal announced last year that the company will be taking over the land which has the Legion, and the Dorval municipal golf course which sits adjacent in order to augment its security services with two new proposed structures and a parking lot on the expansive green space.

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  16. Two weeks until the end of door to door delivery for manyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 3 | CJAD

    The end of door to door delivery is nigh, community mail boxes will be put into use in many Montreal boroughs by August 17th. Longueuil is among those on the home delivery chopping block, Greenfield park city councillor Wade Wilson says most residents have resigned themselves to the fact that they'll be venturing out into the cold to receive mail this winter.

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  17. New Montreal patient home designed for Nunavik's needs: health boardRead the original story

    Jul 23, 2015 | Nunatsiaq News

    ... contract, awarded to a Montreal firm that will construct and oversee management of a 143-bed facility in the city's Dorval neighbourhood. "It's a big relief for us," said Larry Watt, the health board's director of out-of-region services. "It took a ...

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  18. Competitive prices spark Montreal housing marketRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 16, 2015 | The Chronicle

    Montreal's residential market is on the upswing as a result of slight decreases in house prices and low interest rates, according to Royal LePage's second quarter real estate analysis report. Detached bungalows saw a slight decrease in average price of 0.2 per cent, year-over-year to $295,786, while standard two-storey houses saw a decrease of 1.5 per cent to $398,214 in the second quarter in the Greater Montreal Area .

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  19. Nunavik health officials announce new location for Montreal boarding homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 10, 2015 | Nunatsiaq News

    The red arrow marks the location of the new Nunavimmiut boarding facility on Montreal's West Island. Nunavik medical patients staying temporarily in Montreal can look forward to better accommodations in the future because, after a five-year-long search, health officials in Nunavik have finally secured a location in the city for the region's new patient boarding home.

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  20. Fete Nationale celebrations a two-day affairRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 23, 2015 | CTV

    Activities aimed at children begin during the lunch hour on Tuesday June 23 in Montreal East and in the Plateau's Pelican Park. Larger parties for Quebec's provincial holiday get underway in the late afternoon in many, though not all, city boroughs.

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