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CTV News
Montreal officially bans pit bulls in new bylawbull-type dogs accounted for nearly 38 per cent of dog bites in the past 21 mon
Montreal officially bans pit bulls in new bylaw
CTV News / Posted an hour ago
bull-type dogs accounted for nearly 38 per cent of dog bites in the past 21 months -- 137 out of 426 reported cases. The Quebec government is also considering provincial legislation regarding the dogs. Detractors say breed-specific legislation... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Judge dismisses latest attempt by Quebec taxi industry to stymie Uberwith a one-year pilot project. An agreement for that project came about after
Judge dismisses latest attempt by Quebec taxi industry to stymie Uber
The Globe and Mail / Posted 15 hours ago
with a one-year pilot project. An agreement for that project came about after protracted negotiations between Uber and the Quebec government. A lawyer for the taxi industry argued in court Monday that cabbies are losing income because of Uber. He... Read more
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CBC.ca
Quebec Superior Court rejects another injunction targeted at Uberdid not have the necessary permits to operate in Quebec. That request sought t
Quebec Superior Court rejects another injunction targeted at Uber
CBC.ca / Posted 17 hours ago
did not have the necessary permits to operate in Quebec. That request sought to suspend a recent deal between Uber and the Quebec government, which allows the ride-hailing service to operate in the province for the following year. The deal is... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Ubisoft looks to Quebec to help avoid Vivendi takeoverFrench video game publisher Ubisoft Entertainment SA has approached the Quebec
Ubisoft looks to Quebec to help avoid Vivendi takeover
The Globe and Mail / Posted yesterday
French video game publisher Ubisoft Entertainment SA has approached the Quebec government for help in its battle to fend off a takeover by media giant Vivendi SA, part of a wider effort to rally enough shareholders to remain independent. Premier... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Quebec taxi industry loses injunction battle against Uberwanted the injunction to prevent the ride-hailing company from implementing the
Quebec taxi industry loses injunction battle against Uber
The Globe and Mail / Posted 7 days ago
wanted the injunction to prevent the ride-hailing company from implementing the agreement it recently reached with the Quebec government. Lawyers for the taxi industry argued that Transport Minister Laurent Lessard exceeded his powers in his... Read more
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Reuters
Quebec pension fund ups stakes in infrastructure test casefor cost overruns, the sources told Reuters. The Caisse has not sought guarant
Quebec pension fund ups stakes in infrastructure test case
Reuters / Posted 9 days ago
for cost overruns, the sources told Reuters. The Caisse has not sought guarantees over future traffic demand from the Quebec government and not asked it to make up any shortfall, the sources said, since such a provision would have reduced... Read more
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Reuters
Timeline: Caisse public transit project in Montreal2015 - The Caisse announces the creation of CDPQ Infra, its new infrastructure
Timeline: Caisse public transit project in Montreal
Reuters / Posted 9 days ago
2015 - The Caisse announces the creation of CDPQ Infra, its new infrastructure arm which will work with the Quebec government to provide critical infrastructure in the province. Under the agreement, the government will select... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Indigenous communities should have power to call in the military: chiefwhose group represents First Nations and Metis who do not live on reserve, poin
Indigenous communities should have power to call in the military: chief
Calgary Sun / Posted 13 days ago
whose group represents First Nations and Metis who do not live on reserve, pointed to the Oka crisis of 1990, when the Quebec government called in the military to try to restore order after repeated clashes between police and Mohawk... Read more
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CTV News
Indigenous communities should have power to call in the military: chiefwhose group represents First Nations and Metis who do not live on reserve, poin
Indigenous communities should have power to call in the military: chief
CTV News / Posted 13 days ago
whose group represents First Nations and Metis who do not live on reserve, pointed to the Oka crisis of 1990, when the Quebec government called in the military to try to restore order after repeated clashes between police and Mohawk... Read more
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Abbotsford News
Indigenous communities should have power to call in the military: chiefwhose group represents First Nations and Metis who do not live on reserve, poin
Indigenous communities should have power to call in the military: chief
Abbotsford News / Posted 13 days ago
whose group represents First Nations and Metis who do not live on reserve, pointed to the Oka crisis of 1990, when the Quebec government called in the military to try to restore order after repeated clashes between police and Mohawk... Read more
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BC Local News
Indigenous communities should have power to call in the military: chiefwhose group represents First Nations and Metis who do not live on reserve, poin
Indigenous communities should have power to call in the military: chief
BC Local News / Posted 13 days ago
whose group represents First Nations and Metis who do not live on reserve, pointed to the Oka crisis of 1990, when the Quebec government called in the military to try to restore order after repeated clashes between police and Mohawk... Read more
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Williams Lake Tribune
Indigenous communities should have power to call in the military: chiefwhose group represents First Nations and Metis who do not live on reserve, poin
Indigenous communities should have power to call in the military: chief
Williams Lake Tribune / Posted 13 days ago
whose group represents First Nations and Metis who do not live on reserve, pointed to the Oka crisis of 1990, when the Quebec government called in the military to try to restore order after repeated clashes between police and Mohawk... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Indigenous communities should have power to call in the military: chiefwhose group represents First Nations and Metis who do not live on reserve, poin
Indigenous communities should have power to call in the military: chief
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted 13 days ago
whose group represents First Nations and Metis who do not live on reserve, pointed to the Oka crisis of 1990, when the Quebec government called in the military to try to restore order after repeated clashes between police and Mohawk... Read more
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Penticton Western News
Indigenous communities should have power to call in the military: chiefwhose group represents First Nations and Metis who do not live on reserve, poin
Indigenous communities should have power to call in the military: chief
Penticton Western News / Posted 13 days ago
whose group represents First Nations and Metis who do not live on reserve, pointed to the Oka crisis of 1990, when the Quebec government called in the military to try to restore order after repeated clashes between police and Mohawk... Read more
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Terrace Standard
Indigenous communities should have power to call in the military: chiefwhose group represents First Nations and Metis who do not live on reserve, poin
Indigenous communities should have power to call in the military: chief
Terrace Standard / Posted 13 days ago
whose group represents First Nations and Metis who do not live on reserve, pointed to the Oka crisis of 1990, when the Quebec government called in the military to try to restore order after repeated clashes between police and Mohawk... Read more
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The Northern View
Indigenous communities should have power to call in the military: chiefwhose group represents First Nations and Metis who do not live on reserve, poin
Indigenous communities should have power to call in the military: chief
The Northern View / Posted 13 days ago
whose group represents First Nations and Metis who do not live on reserve, pointed to the Oka crisis of 1990, when the Quebec government called in the military to try to restore order after repeated clashes between police and Mohawk... Read more
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CTV News
Quebec apple growers struggle to contain disease affecting treesblame. "A hot, humid spring during flowering...10 years ago it was a lot less
Quebec apple growers struggle to contain disease affecting trees
CTV News / Posted 16 days ago
blame. "A hot, humid spring during flowering...10 years ago it was a lot less common," he said. Rochon is calling on the Quebec government to step in and offer emergency financial aid to producers who are struggling. Currently, he says... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Uber strikes one-year deal to stay in QuebecMONTREAL - Canada's Quebec government and US ride-sharing service Uber struck a
Uber strikes one-year deal to stay in Quebec
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 19 days ago
MONTREAL - Canada's Quebec government and US ride-sharing service Uber struck a tentative deal Thursday for the company to continue operating in the province, as part of a one-year test program. Uber has reportedly pledged to collect and pay... Read more
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The Borneo Post
Uber strikes one-year deal to stay in Quebecmade by its UberX drivers and will cap the hours worked by all drivers to 50,00
Uber strikes one-year deal to stay in Quebec
The Borneo Post / Posted 19 days ago
made by its UberX drivers and will cap the hours worked by all drivers to 50,000 per week -AFP photo MONTREAL: Canada’s Quebec government and US ride-sharing service Uber struck a tentative deal Thursday for the company to continue operating in... Read more
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PhysOrg
Uber strikes one-year deal to stay in Quebectaxes on each trip made by its UberX drivers and will cap the hours worked by a
Uber strikes one-year deal to stay in Quebec
PhysOrg / Posted 19 days ago
taxes on each trip made by its UberX drivers and will cap the hours worked by all drivers to 50,000 per week Canada's Quebec government and US ride-sharing service Uber struck a tentative deal Thursday for the company to continue operating in... Read more
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CTV News
Uber, Quebec government agree in principle on pilot projectGATINEAU, Que. -- Both the Quebec government and Uber say they have reached an
Uber, Quebec government agree in principle on pilot project
CTV News / Posted 19 days ago
GATINEAU, Que. -- Both the Quebec government and Uber say they have reached an agreement in principle on a pilot project that will allow the ride-hailing service to continue operating in the province. The agreement, initially announced early... Read more
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CBC.ca
Uber to keep operating in Quebec for 1-year pilot projectA last-minute deal was reached between Uber and the Quebec government early Thu
Uber to keep operating in Quebec for 1-year pilot project
CBC.ca / Posted 20 days ago
A last-minute deal was reached between Uber and the Quebec government early Thursday which allows the ride-hailing app to continue operating in the province during a one-year pilot project. The agreement in principle was announced just after... Read more
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CTV News
Agreement in principle reached between Quebec, Uber on pilot projectGATINEAU, Que. - The Quebec government and ride-hailing service Uber have reach
Agreement in principle reached between Quebec, Uber on pilot project
CTV News / Posted 20 days ago
GATINEAU, Que. - The Quebec government and ride-hailing service Uber have reached an agreement in principle on a pilot project that will allow the company to continue operating in the province. The agreement, announced early Thursday by Uber Quebec... Read more
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CBC.ca
Trudeau government shoots down e-petition to unrestrict AR-15 riflesocial roots of violence." While the federal government doesn't plan to recrea
Trudeau government shoots down e-petition to unrestrict AR-15 rifle
CBC.ca / Posted 23 days ago
social roots of violence." While the federal government doesn't plan to recreate a gun registry, officials are helping the Quebec government, which plans to create its own registry, he said. The government's firearms advisory committee is... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Bombardier gets final instalment of Quebec’s $1-billion investment(U.S.) from the province of Quebec as part of a previously announced investment
Bombardier gets final instalment of Quebec’s $1-billion investment
The Globe and Mail / Posted 25 days ago
(U.S.) from the province of Quebec as part of a previously announced investment in its C Series aircraft program. The Quebec government signed a deal with the company in June to invest $1-billion in the C Series program, which has struggled... Read more
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CBC.ca
Sindy Ruperthouse's family still searching, while they wait on Quebec or MMIW to notice their painfrom alleged victims and their families. But Cloutier and others are also call
Sindy Ruperthouse's family still searching, while they wait on Quebec or MMIW to notice their pain
CBC.ca / Posted 27 days ago
from alleged victims and their families. But Cloutier and others are also calling for a provincial inquiry, something the Quebec government has said it will not launch. While Cloutier supports the federal inquiry, she worries the Val-d'Or cases... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Minister Jean-Yves Duclos caught in dispute to paint rusted Quebec Bridgeby bringing all actors together for two meetings. The next step, he said, will
Minister Jean-Yves Duclos caught in dispute to paint rusted Quebec Bridge
The Globe and Mail / Posted 27 days ago
by bringing all actors together for two meetings. The next step, he said, will be seeing if Infrastructure Canada and the Quebec government can pitch in on a long-term deal. “This framework would take it above $75-million,” Mr. Duclos said in an... Read more
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CTV News
Industrial milk price hike likely to be passed down to consumersPratt said. It seems likely diners will end up paying more, according to Pierr
Industrial milk price hike likely to be passed down to consumers
CTV News / Posted 28 days ago
Pratt said. It seems likely diners will end up paying more, according to Pierre Cadieux, vice-president of federal and Quebec government relations for Restaurants Canada, a not-for-profit association representing 30,000 businesses in the... Read more
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Calgary Sun
CAQ leader Legault: Burkini would not likely pass party's citizenship testST-JEROME, Que. — Immigrants in favour of the burkini would likely fail a Coali
CAQ leader Legault: Burkini would not likely pass party's citizenship test
Calgary Sun / Posted 29 days ago
ST-JEROME, Que. — Immigrants in favour of the burkini would likely fail a Coalition Avenir Quebec government imposed values test and could be refused citizenship, party leader François Legault suggested Monday. Legault has also announced he is... Read more
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Fast Company Magazine
5 Tips For Giving The Perfect Toast No Matter The OccasionHere's an example I might use from my own experience: I remember the day in Mo
5 Tips For Giving The Perfect Toast No Matter The Occasion
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 1 months ago
Here's an example I might use from my own experience: I remember the day in Montreal when I received a letter from the Quebec government. I had applied for a scholarship to achieve my dream of doing to graduate school. Would I be one of two... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Quebec’s Dumoine River: an escape into true wildernesssummer, Wally Schaber, above, hopes to see the Dumoine River fully designates a
Quebec’s Dumoine River: an escape into true wilderness
The Globe and Mail / Posted 1 months ago
summer, Wally Schaber, above, hopes to see the Dumoine River fully designates as an aquatic park, something the Quebec government began several years back, but has yet to formalize. If it becomes law, there will be no logging, hydro,... Read more
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CTV News
Alexandre Gagnon stepping down as Petrolia CEOworked extensively in the oil and gas industry for the past 24 years. Petrolia
Alexandre Gagnon stepping down as Petrolia CEO
CTV News / Posted 1 months ago
worked extensively in the oil and gas industry for the past 24 years. Petrolia has been embroiled in a dispute with the Quebec government over exploratory oil and gas drilling on Anticosti Island, with a judge ruling in July the province and a... Read more

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