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Man drowns in Shawinigan River before horrified witnesses can rescue him

SHAWINIGAN — Sûreté du Québec divers on Sunday night recovered the body of a man in his 20s who drowned hours earlier while trying to swim to an island in the Shawinigan River. 76 more words

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Monday traffic: Montreal Road construction begins, Alexandra bridge re-opens

Construction begins Monday on Montreal Road between Olmstead Street and Marier Avenue, with plans for a new water main, left-turn lane, curbs and sidewalks expected to continue until close to the end of August. 1,018 more words

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Another cell tower targeted by arsonists, this time in Saint-Henri

Montreal police have opened an investigation after a telecommunications tower in the city’s Saint-Henri district was heavily damaged by fire early Monday.

No one was injured in the incident, which occurred at 3:45 a.m. 85 more words

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*"" A 35 - YEAR OLD MAN HAS DROWN AFTER HE FELL INTO THE BIRIM RIVER ""*

A Body of a 35 – year old man has drown after he fell into the river Birim of Akim Anyinam in the Atiwa East District of the Eastern. 117 more words

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Local camp, closed to kids due to COVID-19, opens doors to cramped migrant workers

Their doors might be closed to overnight campers, but the cabins at Pearce Williams Summer Camp won’t be empty this summer.

Pearce Williams in Fingal, about 12 kilometres southwest of St. 360 more words

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Chew on this: How are local restaurants, other food businesses faring in pandemic?

London researchers are searching for restaurant, grocery store and other food service business owners and employees to participate in a new regional study tracking the impact of COVID-19 on the sector. 430 more words

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72-year-old cyclist dies after colliding with pedestrian in Île-Bizard

A 72-year-old cyclist died after colliding with a pedestrian Sunday night in Île-Bizard.

The incident, which has been designated an accident by Montreal police, occurred at the intersection of Bord-du-Lac Rd. 33 more words

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