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Hudson man, 19, dies in single-car collision in Vaudreuil-Dorion
The accident occurred at about 7 p.m. on Route Harwood when, for an unknown reason, the driver lost control of his vehicle and struck a Highway 30 overpass.
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Santa Claus visits east London in annual Argyle BIA parade
The sixth annual Argyle BIA Santa Claus Parade will march down Dundas Street starting at 11 a.m. Saturday morning.
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Truckers block roads as French strikes hit weekend travel
Strikes disrupted weekend travel around France on Saturday as truckers blocked highways and most trains remained at a standstill because of worker anger at President Emmanuel Macron's policies.
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‘All roads lead to Putin’: Democrats turn focus of impeachment probe to Russia
House Democrats are bringing the impeachment focus back to Russia as they draft formal charges against President Donald Trump.
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Karl Lohnes: Gift suggestions to help celebrate time at home
As a designer, I've never liked TVs — but now here's the one I want.
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From jewelry to chocolate, these Christmas gifts make a difference
Give the gift of giving back this holiday season with one of these charitable gifts for everyone on your list.
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Roof decks a standout feature at 3535 Princeton
A highlight of the homes at 3535 Princeton is, of course, the private patio — weight-loaded to allow for hot tubs, by the way — but the developer has also not held back on the interior finishes.
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Sold (Bought): Cedar Cottage home offers sleek, three-level living
The big sell: This newly constructed half duplex forms part of CC22, a four-home development that was built on the corner of East 22nd Avenue and Welwyn Street in East Vancouver's Cedar Cottage neighbourhood.
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The Home Front: A fresh take on holiday gift giving
There seems to a shift in the way some retailers are approaching the Christmas season, and if approached right, gift giving can be a fun and satisfying tradition.
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While you were sleeping: Polytechnique anniversary honoured across Canada
Montreal wasn't alone Friday night.
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French pension strikes snarl weekend travel as truckers block highways
As the strikes entered a third day Saturday, tourists and shoppers faced shuttered subway lines around Paris and near-empty train stations.
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PG&E reaches $13.5 billion settlement with California wildfire victims
The utility says the deal, which still requires court approval, represents a key step in leading it out of Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
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Christmas TV 2019: When are your favourite holiday movies and TV shows on?
Here's a list of showtimes for Christmas classics like 'Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer,' 'Frosty' and 'A Christmas Carol,' among others.
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Gifts under $50 for everyone on your list
You don't have to break the bank to give thoughtful — and practical — gifts.
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Week in Review: Sexism, closing, renting, bathing, rapping
Catch up on all the big stories that happened this week in Montreal.
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ANALYSIS: Premier Doug Ford’s new leaf
After starting 2019 as a disruptor, Premier Doug Ford now appears to be striving for the middle of the road.
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‘It’s very dangerous’: Pro-government demonstrators denounce Hong Kong protests
Chief among the demonstrators' complaints was that they have grown scared of the black-clad, frequently violent hard core of the anti-government movement.
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Mexico, U.S., Canada trade talks continue in Washington
Mexico's top trade negotiator wrapped up an 11-hour meeting with his U.S. counterpart Friday night, saying they had not finalized a new trade agreement for Mexico, United States and Canada.
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Iran releases Chinese-American graduate student in prisoner swap with U.S.
Iran and the U.S. conducted a prisoner exchange Saturday that saw a detained Princeton graduate student released for an Iranian scientist held by America, marking a potential breakthrough between Tehran and Washington after months of tensions.
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Child critically injured in three-vehicle collision on Highway 401
Three vehicles collided in Scarborough late Friday evening, police say
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‘We are working well’: Negotiators seek to strike deal as CUSMA talks continue
The United States, Mexico and Canada agreed last year to replace the 25-year-old North American Free Trade Agreement with the new U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement.
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Christmas shopping could put 62 per cent of millennials in debt: survey
Financial experts offer tips to avoid a January "financial hangover."
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Fearing isolation, she kept quiet through years of abuse. She’s done being silent
For women, trans and non-binary people of colour, living with violence and abuse can mean pressure from family and communities to stay.
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GIFFORD-JONES: Popcorn Disease: A new way to injure the lungs
“What’s your secret for good health and longevity?” I have been asked repeatedly on radio, TV, and in interviews. My reply is simple: “You must learn early in life to practice a sound lifestyle and continue it forever.” This should be easy. Yet we are not learning from history. The Canadian Medical Association Journal has […]
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Why Canada’s wireless services don’t need more competition
Many of the arguments for lower prices and increased competition are not informed by facts, writes Eros Spadotto.
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How John Tory evolved from a low-tax proponent to the champion of a major tax hike
After years of insisting on keeping property taxes low, Mayor John Tory made the case Wednesday for increasing property taxes an additional eight per cent over the next six years. The change didn’t happen overnight.
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Documents reveal OPP’s powerful cellphone spy tech. Why does it no longer use it?
The OPP’s ‘Stingray’ surveillance technology purchased in 2014 was capable of intercepting private communications, documents show. Three years later, the force switched its equipment.
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Cheesecake for the chocolate lover
This delectable desert is half chocolate cake, half cream cheese filling covered with strawberry slices.
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Quiz Liz: What are the best black pants for work?
The Kit’s style editor is here to solve your fashion dilemmas
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Confidence vote on throne speech unlikely until New Year: Rodriguez
The confidence vote in response to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s minority government’s throne speech "probably" won't happen until 2020.
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10 of the week’s best long reads, Nov. 30 to Dec. 6, 2019
Everything from green burials to what happened on Wikipedia after Mike Babcock was fired.
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Montreal weather: A half-decent day with a mix of sun and cloud
The sun will peek out today, but a 15 km/h wind will make it feel like minus 14 with the wind chill.
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Christmas Fund: Mother of ill children takes pride in raising them alone
Between work, the constant hospital visits, and having children with specific needs, Clarice feels perpetually exhausted.
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Polytechnique shootings 30 years on: Rearming after gun-control wins and losses
24 years after the families of Polytechnique massacre victims applauded the Firearms Act, exhausted gun control advocates are fighting to regain lost ground.
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ASK AMY: Man in love is dejected when rejected
Dear Amy: I am a 36-year-old man in love with an amazing woman. “Carly” and I have known each other since high school. We have held each other up through the roughest times — my divorce and depression, and her ill father and abusive ex-boyfriend. She’s beautiful, smart, and great with my kids. I could […]
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Josh Freed: As Justin Trudeau learned, the cameras are everywhere
Everywhere you go, people pull out cameras to catch you slipping on a banana peel, or arguing in a bar, or just having a loud argument with your partner — and the pictures may be on Facebook before you’re home.
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Avoid Highway 15 Saturday with closings affecting travel north and south
Don't plan on using Highway 15 near downtown Montreal today.
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History Through Our Eyes: Dec. 7, 1970, James Cross waves goodbye
British diplomat James Cross had been held for two months by the FLQ. He said arriving back in London was the happiest day of his life.
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