The Montreal Gazette
SQ investigates after police fire on alleged burglar in Plateau Mont Royal
The SA retA© du QuA©bec was investigating Wednesday morning after Montreal police opened fire on an alleged robber in the Plateau Mont Royal district Tuesday night, during a high-speed chase that left the suspect with a gunshot injury to one of his hands.
Don't drink the water: City of Montreal under boil-water order
Much of the city of Montreal is under a boil-water order after a failed water safety test at the Atwater filtration plant.
Residents, workers campaign to save Hotel Dieu
In 2004, HA tel-Dieu - Montreal's oldest hospital - inaugurated a newly renovated emergency room, doubling its capacity as part of a plan to reduce chronic ER overcrowding.
Public consultation on the Montr al Development Plan
The MDP outlines the major proposals set out by Montreal for the next 20 years. The consultation will provide a forum for sharing orientations and the ensuing vision, and for examining strategies and priorities to foster Montreal's development.
Legault's proposal 'too late': Harel
Calling the city of Montreal bloated and ungovernable, Coalition Avenir QuA©bec leader FranA ois Legault proposed a major overhaul of its municipal political structure Monday.
Communauto and the Plateau-Mont-Royal borough launch Auto-mobile, a...
The goal of the project, located on the Plateau-Mont-Royal, is to evaluate the benefits and impacts of such a service.
Pierre's picks: 5 don't-miss events in Montreal this weekend
Every Friday, CBC Montreal's Homerun arts reporter Pierre Landry brings you the top five things to see and do in Montreal this weekend.