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Status quo in four Quebec ridings after byelections

QUEBEC — The composition of the National Assembly remains unchanged as a result of Monday’s byelections — the PQ holds on to the ridings of Marie-Victorin and St-Jérôme, while the Liberals keep Verdun and the Coalition Avenir Québec, Arthabaska. 508 more words


Pedestrian in hospital after collision with vehicle in Verdun

A 34-year-old woman is recovering in hospital after she was struck by a vehicle while crossing Wellington Street in Verdun.

The collision happened at 9 a.m. 139 more words



Some from the last week or so. My new thing is that I now call these types of pictures my “Picturebook Pictures” lol.

Shooting directly into the sun but a 1/4000th of a second shutter speed makes a half arsed image possible. 37 more words


Mères Noël: Montreal mothers on a mission to collect Christmas gifts for children

Three Montreal mothers are on a Christmas mission: to make sure children across the Sud-Ouest borough have at least one present to open come Dec. 25. 496 more words


Verdun mayor responds to concerns about Riverview Elementary teachers directing traffic

The mayor of Verdun has responded after Global News first reported about frustrated staff at Riverview Elementary in Verdun.

Teachers said they have been forced to direct traffic because cars won’t stop zooming past school buses. 325 more words



This weekend, I went to Verdun, France with some classmates and professors. The village is surrounded by World War I battlefields, with reconstructed trenches, tunnels, and a fortified citadel. 1,442 more words

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Verdun residents get frustrated as construction lags behind schedule

Anne D’Amico was born and raised in Verdun. She uses an electric wheelchair to get around the borough, but said the task is becoming increasingly difficult in the face of blitz-like construction that is tearing up streets and breaking up sidewalks. 295 more words