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Boy, 6, in critical condition after bicycle collides with van

MONTREAL – A six-year-old boy is in hospital fighting for his life, after he collided with a van Sunday morning in Montreal’s Sud-Ouest borough.

Montreal police were called to the scene on Biencourt Street at 11:40 a.m. 116 more words


Montreal's Muzique nightclub to stay open despite police request

MONTREAL – After 10 hours of hearings, Quebec’s Liquor Control Board ruled Friday that a Montreal nightclub can remain open despite an urgent request by Montreal police(SPVM) to have it shut down. 98 more words


Man in critical condition as police investigate attempted murder in Ahuntsic-Cartierville

MONTREAL – A 30-year-old man is in hospital fighting for his life after a shooting in Montreal’s Ahuntsic-Cartierville borough early Saturday morning.

Manuel Couture with Montreal police said officers received multiple 911 calls from residents in an apartment building on Grenet Street who reported hearing gunshots in the building. 108 more words


Man in critical condition after downtown Montreal shooting

MONTREAL – Police are investigating after a man was rushed to hospital in critical condition after apparently being shot in the chest in downtown Montreal… 94 more words


Send-me-money fraudsters strike in Pierrefonds

Police are warning the West Islanders yet again about telephone fraudsters.

A woman in Pierrefonds answered a call from a young man who said he was her nephew and in desperate need of her help April 18. 140 more words

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Pierrefonds store clerk's life threatened when he confronts robbers

A Pierrefonds convenience-store clerk’s life was threatened when he confronted two men who were helping themselves to beer and cigarettes without paying April 24.

Montreal Police Constable Daniel Maheu from Station 3 said two suspects entered the store near the intersection of Gouin and Lalande Blvds. 127 more words

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Boshra: Jaywalking ticket traps do little but make money for the city

If you frequent the more bustling corners of Montreal, you’ve no doubt seen those shadowy figures lurking in broad daylight, hanging out in doorways, strategically biding time in their cars, or otherwise hiding in plain sight as they prepare to pounce on their unwitting targets. 761 more words

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