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Coffee With A Cop campaign connects Montreal police with residents

COTE-SAINT-LUC – The Montreal police department (SPVM) is inviting Montrealers out for coffee.

“It’s time for us to go inside the restaurants, inside the shopping malls to say hello to everybody,” said Marc Cournoyer, the… 396 more words


Laptop stolen from apartment in Pierrefonds

A resident in a Pierrefonds apartment building returned home from work in the wee hours of the morning on Jan. 23 to find his apartment door smashed in and part of the lock mechanism lying on the floor. 123 more words

West Island Gazette

Montreal police arrest suspect in homicide case

A man has been arrested and charged in connection with a homicide on Duff Court St. in Lachine on December 22.

Montreal police officers with station 11 in Notre-Dame-de-Grâce made the arrest on Thursday night after pulling over a car during a patrol. 46 more words

Local News

No legal obligation to pay over the telephone for towing

Following the publication of a story in the West Island Gazette about a questionable towing operation at the Lakeshore General Hospital early last month, the paper received several emails recounting similar experiences. 476 more words

West Island Gazette

Letter: Citizens' group should be set up to overlook police

Re: “A tough woman for a tough job” (Montreal Gazette, Jan. 3)

The employers of all public servants are the taxpayers.

What we need are groups of ordinary people — without law degrees, but with common sense — picked like juries by their communities to judge the police and their day-to-day activities. 177 more words


More Cuts, More Cops (La Presse)

By Joëlle Dussault, MA Candidate in Sociology at UQAM and researcher for the Commission populaire sur la repression politique
Originally published on: December 29, 2014… 634 more words


Editorial: Ticket quotas should be abolished

Don’t panic if you think a Montreal police officer is about to give you a ticket in the next few weeks. There’s a decent chance it’s a fake. 517 more words

Denis Coderre