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Missing Montreal man could be camping near Ontario provincial park: police

MONTREAL -Police believe a man who went missing almost two weeks ago may be near Sandbanks Provincial Park near Belleville, Ont.

Dimitri Drjazgin, 46, has not been seen since he left work in Montreal’s Cotes-des-Neiges/Notre-Dame-de-Grace borough May 16.  88 more words

Canada

Montreal police lend hand in 1st ever Beaconsfield Bike Safety Day

BEACONSFIELD – In an effort to promote cycling as fun and sustainble way of getting around, the city of Beaconsfield teamed up with Montreal police (SPVM) for the first ever Bike Safety Day. 217 more words

Canada

Speed and alcohol possible factors after car flips in Pointe-Claire crash

MONTREAL – Saint-Jean Boulevard in Pointe-Claire was closed to traffic for several hours after a crash that saw two injured when a car slammed into a lamppost before landing upside down. 102 more words

Canada

4 bodies pulled from St. Lawrence River in 24 hour period

MONTREAL – Firefighters in Repentigny recovered a body from the St. Lawrence River shortly before 8:00 a.m. Saturday morning. It is the fourth body that has been pulled from the waters of the river in and around Montreal in the last 24 hours. 248 more words

Canada

Montreal police creating unit to investigate hate 'incidents'

Just as the Quebec government revealed it was backing away from its own, controversial hate crimes legislation, the city of Montreal announced it was setting up a specialized police unit to document and analyze not just hate crimes but hate “incidents.” 785 more words

Local News

Cyclist in Lachine injured after collision with car

MONTREAL – A 58-year-old cyclist is recovering in hospital after he was struck by a car in Lachine overnight.

The collision happened shortly before midnight Saturday on Notre-Dame Street near Saint-Pierre Avenue. 71 more words

News

2 men arrested after armed assault, forcible confinement in Lachine

MONTREAL – Two suspects are in police custody after a 22-year-old man was held against his will and beaten with a blunt object in Lachine early Saturday morning. 159 more words

Crime