The accused psycho sat by as 1,600 Montrealers tried to get exempted from their civic duty PLUS Grimes, Koivu, Charbonneau, peeping toms & more in our news round-up.
The inquiry into construction corruption and organized crime returns with its season premiere next week. Let’s see what hijinks France, Tony & the gang get up to this year.
CBC/Radio-Canada already costs taxpayers next to nothing. But there’ll be a high price to pay for defunding investigative journalism.
When it comes to Quebec-related queries, the search giant’s autocomplete function is telling.
With two days left until the election, Denis Coderre is defending himself from accusations — most of them from Projet Montréal — that he gave Outremont’s Hasidim an unfair ultimatum.
In this week’s news round-up, we have threats of bodily harm.
Maurice Duplessis would hardly recognize the Quebec he left behind on that dark day in 1959, when he was tragically taken from us after just 18 years as the Union Nationale premier.
It’s the first day of summer, and though we don’t have a mayor and the Charbonneau Commission is on hiatus, we do have street food. So, you know, news round-up time.
Politically, these may be the worst of times, but for us, it’s business as usual in the city.
At least one Laval engineering firm was bribing officials with money it made from its coffee machines. Oh, and we’ve got other news for you, too.