by PETER WHEELAND
Monday's ransacking of city hall seriously hurt the cause of Quebec municipal workers protesting Bill 3. Only one move could start to repair the damage.
We peeled one of these stickers off a cop station at 2 a.m. to see whether the city's my$tery expenditure for the sticker-removal job is worth it. Well, guess what?
Montreal police and firefighters are protesting Bill 3, a Liberal re-write of pension plans for municipal civil servants across Quebec.
Far too many misunderstood sick people have been shot by Montreal police over the years. But a new report out of Toronto could prevent this from ever happening again.
The case and the chorus against Quebec education minister Yves Bolduc is growing.
Our education minister may or may not have lined his pockets with our money, but he also screwed over 1,500 patients who thought they’d finally found a family doctor.
A new report by the Global Ocean Commission states plainly that we have an environmental emergency on our hands, and world leaders must act now.
Bleu, blanc, rouge, stars, stripes, maple leaves, Fleurdelisé.
Let's all stop pretending that Chilliwack was an isolated incident.
Moving Day (July 1) is approaching, and with it the annual glut of abandoned pets at shelters and in the streets. Montreal landlords are to blame, but we can fix this.
Criminalizing prostitution will push it underground, endangering the very people that our government is pretending to give a shit about.
The Liberals are considering buses over light-rail trains to connect South Shore commuters to the island, and that would be a huge mistake.
* The Festival Mode & Design begins
* The Passovah music festival launches at Nouveau Palais
* U.K. ’77 punks the Vibrators play Foufs
* Local folk singer Sarah Jane Scouten plays Casa del Popolo
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