St-Denis Street merchants threaten to sue city of Montreal over bike path

St-Denis Street merchants sent a cease and desist letter to Montreal Mayor Valérie Plante, demanding the city put off construction of a new bike path.
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Chronic pain patients praise nerve blocks for freeing them from the shackles of pain
The Star spoke to more than a dozen chronic pain patients. Some of them get weekly nerve blocks and others wait as long as three months between injections.
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An American success story, ‘opportunity zones’ could be the key to unlocking a more equitable recovery for all Ontarians
The tax incentives provide a fair and neutral way to support the overall objective of directing capital to disadvantaged areas, while letting private investors choose the individual opportunities, Tim Hudak writes.
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Planning a home renovation? Here’s how to make sure you profit from it
After spending the better part of 2020 at home, it’s only natural that many of us feel like it’s time for a home overhaul — but be rigorous about money, Lesley-Anne Scorgie writes.
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‘That’s an injection mill.’ Ontario’s top-billing pain doctors capitalize on province’s lax rules, running up the public’s tab for chronic pain management
Patients swear by the injections. The doctors who support the procedure say they help those suffering with chronic pain. The province has struggled to rein in unbounded growth in nerve block billing.
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COVID-19 aid bill, Tory leader O'Toole's speech headline Parliament's first full week
Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole and the Bloc Quebecois chief Yves-Francois Blanchet are expected to take their seats in the House of Commons this week after being benched due to COVID-19.
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COVID-19 further delaying some overdue military procurements
While the federal government is pressing ahead with plans to buy billions of dollars worth of much-needed equipment for the Canadian Armed Forces, the Department of National Defence's top procurement official says COVID-19 is further slowing down some already delayed purchases.
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Amazon to hire 3,500 workers in B.C. and Ont., expand their office footprint
Amazon.com Inc. will hire 3,500 Canadians to work in spaces it is opening and expanding in British Columbia and Ontario.
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California wildfires force evacuation of hundreds of homes, hospital in wine country
The blaze, dubbed the Glass Fire, broke out before dawn near Calistoga and raced toward the adjacent towns of Deer Park and St. Helena, with flames advancing to within a mile of the Adventist Health St. Helena hospital.
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The Lakers and Heat will meet in the NBA Finals, one year after missing the playoffs
There never was a LeBron vs. Kobe Finals, to the dismay of many, but in its place comes a Finals trip where James and the Lakers will play with Bryant in very much in mind.
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Joe Ortona named EMSB chair as most commissioners acclaimed
Joe Ortona, previously vice-chair of the English Montreal School Board, was acclaimed as its new chair on Sunday after nominations closed for the position and he was the only candidate.
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Jimmy Butler and Bam Adebayo lead Miami Heat into the NBA Finals
In one of the strangest seasons in NBA history, Miami is the lowest-seeded team to advance to the Finals since 1999, eliminating the Boston Celtics in six games.
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Mason Road Junior the first Toronto public school to close due to a COVID-19 outbreak
The Scarborough public school will be closed from Sept. 28 to Oct. 2 while they continue their investigation, Toronto District School Board said.
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After bombshell report on Trump taxes, U.S. voters may wonder, why am I paying so much more than the president?
The New York Times reports that U.S. President Donald Trump, a self-proclaimed multibillionaire, paid just $750 in federal income tax in 2016 and 2017. The average U.S. household pays more than 10 times that much.
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Defensive mistakes lead to Impact losing 4-1 to Red Bulls
The Impact is hoping some home cooking and some time with their loved ones will help them emerge from their current losing streak.
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Coronavirus: AHS confirms 5 more patient, 7 additional staff cases at Calgary’s Foothills Medical Centre
Alberta Health Services confirmed more COVID-19 cases at Calgary's Foothills Medical Centre on Sunday, as outbreaks at the hospital continue.
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Musicians barred from regular shows get creative during COVID-19
COVID-19 measures have made the world a little quieter, as public health measures limit large-scale performances for bands, choirs and musicians, but some Manitoba musicians are finding ways to keep the music going.
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Richie Laryea puts on a show as Toronto FC rallies to beat league-leading Columbus
Laryea had a hand in Toronto’s first two goals and then scored on a brilliant solo effort in the 76th.
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Eighteen revelations from a trove of Trump tax records
Trump has long refused to release his tax-return data, making him the first president in decades to hide basic details about his finances.
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Trump’s taxes show chronic losses and years of income tax avoidance
The New York Times has obtained tax-return data extending over more than two decades for Trump and the hundreds of companies that make up his business organization.
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Coronavirus: Questions arise over booze rules in Kelowna
Despite pandemic-imposed rules, at least one business in Kelowna is allowing guests to sip their drinks until 2 a.m., which is causing some confusion.
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Wild finish to a weird MLB season sets the field for unpredictable playoffs
A pandemic-altered, 60-game regular season that many believed would never get completed and saw games postponed because of virus outbreaks, racial injustice protests and a hurricane went into the final day without a single playoff matchup set. Then, in a flurry and fury, the entire, expanded 16-team post-season field was full.
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B.C. man completes cross-country bike trip while wearing COVID-19 mask
Along the way, he raised more than $20,000 for cancer research and more than $4,000 for COVID-19 relief. 
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