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1,000 Pointe-Claire citizens ticketed for good behaviour

A Pointe-Claire initiative to promote safe practices on the road reached a milestone this month with the 1,000th citizen receiving a ticket for good behaviour. People who received good-behaviour citations were invited to enter a draw. 104 more words

West Island Gazette

UPDATE: 3 arrests made in Rosemont stabbing

MONTREAL – Three suspects have been taken into custody following an early morning stabbing in Rosemont that sent a  24-year-old man to hospital.

The suspects are two women aged, 31 and 25, and a 26-year-old man who is the primary suspect. 108 more words


Press Freedom - Montreal's Independent Media Meets with Police

Members of Montreal’s independent journalist community met with representatives of the Montreal police force on September 21st at the SPVM’s downtown headquarters. The object of the meeting was to discuss the treatment of “non-mainstream” journalists by Montreal police in the past, and how we can improve the situation going forward. 436 more words

Concordia Journalism

Delivery van damaged in theft attempt in Pierrefonds

An attempted theft of a delivery van from outside a business in Pierrefonds was aborted Sept. 25, but police do not know why. The vehicle was damaged in the process. 83 more words

West Island Gazette

Montreal police investigate city's 22nd homicide

MONTREAL – The Major Crimes Unit is investigating the city’s 22nd homicide of they year after a man was stabbed early Sunday morning.

Shortly before 6:00 a.m. 80 more words


Montreal police called in to investigate fatal Montérégie crash

MONTREAL – A 53-year-old man is dead, after he smashed his vehicle into the loading dock of a private company in Ste-Brigide-d’Iberville, near Farnham, Friday night. 108 more words


Man mugged and beaten in Pierrefonds

A 21-year-old man was mugged and beaten in front of his apartment building in Pierrefonds during the early morning Sept. 19.

The victim was smoking a cigarette in front of the building on Pierrefonds Blvd. 165 more words

West Island Gazette