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RCMP arrest Quebec man for 3D printing of guns and spreading hatred against Jews

RCMP arrest Quebec man for 3D printing of guns and spreading hatred against Jews

MONTREAL — The RCMP say they arrested a Quebec man Thursday on charges of hate speech and 3D printing of firearms.
Victims of workplace harassment, sexual violence can get free legal counsel in Quebec

Victims of workplace harassment, sexual violence can get free legal counsel in Quebec

QUÉBEC — Quebec has announced $2.4 million over four years to cover the legal expenses for people who file claims of psychological harassment or sexual violence in the workplace.
CF Montreal adds reinforcements for meeting with red-hot Real Salt Lake

CF Montreal adds reinforcements for meeting with red-hot Real Salt Lake

MONTREAL — CF Montreal’s bye week gave head coach Laurent Courtois a chance to step back, assess his team and chart a plan for the rest of the season as the Major League Soccer midway mark approaches.
Quebec financial regulator says Apple agrees to pay $175,000 penalty

Quebec financial regulator says Apple agrees to pay $175,000 penalty

MONTREAL — Quebec's financial regulator says Apple Canada Inc. has agreed to pay a penalty of $175,000 after an investigation into the company's AppleCare+ Plan.
B.C. may work with N.L. on court challenge of federal equalization payments, Eby says

B.C. may work with N.L. on court challenge of federal equalization payments, Eby says

VANCOUVER — British Columbia Premier David Eby has found an ally in his claims of unequal funding from the federal government: Newfoundland and Labrador. Eby said Thursday that B.C.
Closed patios can reopen, but Montreal faces more questions over F1 weekend problems

Closed patios can reopen, but Montreal faces more questions over F1 weekend problems

MONTREAL — Montreal restaurateurs who were ordered to evict some customers on Grand Prix weekend learned Thursday they'd be able to reopen their covered outdoor seating areas, but that wasn't enough to quiet mounting questions over the city's managem
Legault government pursuing controversial 'third link' in Quebec City

Legault government pursuing controversial 'third link' in Quebec City

MONTREAL — The Quebec government is moving ahead with a controversial transportation project in the provincial capital that has for years been a political lightning rod.
Celine Dion goes public with her private health struggles: What we've learned so far

Celine Dion goes public with her private health struggles: What we've learned so far

Celine Dion is opening up about her life-altering neurological disorder ahead of the release of her documentary, "I Am: Celine Dion.
Elks look to bounce back from gutting loss in opener as Alouettes visit town

Elks look to bounce back from gutting loss in opener as Alouettes visit town

EDMONTON — The Edmonton Elks’ mistake-filled fourth quarter transformed what looked to be a dream home opener into a nightmare.
Shipping industry looks for consensus on sustainable fuels ahead of net-zero goals

Shipping industry looks for consensus on sustainable fuels ahead of net-zero goals

MONTREAL — Global shippers convened in Montreal on Thursday to sort out which sustainable fuels their vessels should use — a key question given that boats built today will still be running in 2050.