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Driver charged with murder after bus rams into Canada daycare

Reuters 09 Feb 2023
MONTREAL, Feb 8 (Reuters) - A city bus driver is facing ... Laval is about 30 km (20 miles) northwest of Montreal in Quebec, Canada's second most-populous province.Reporting by Allison Lampert in Montreal and Ismail Shakil in Ottawa; Editing by Denny Thomas and Jonathan Oatis.
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Two children dead after bus rams into a Montreal-area daycare; driver arrested

Union Leader 08 Feb 2023
MONTREAL — Two children died and six other kids were injured after a city bus rammed into a daycare center in the Montreal-area suburb of Laval on Wednesday morning, police said ... “The fact that something like that would happen is devastating.” ... Laval is about 20 miles northwest of Montreal in Quebec, Canada’s second-most-populous province ....
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Two children dead after bus rams into daycare in Canada; driver arrested

Reuters 08 Feb 2023
MONTREAL, Feb 8 (Reuters) - Two children died and six ... Laval is about 30 km (20 miles) northwest of Montreal in Quebec, Canada's second most-populous province.Reporting by Allison Lampert in Montreal and Ismail Shakil in Ottawa; Editing by Denny Thomas and Lisa Shumaker.
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Bus crashes into daycare center near Montreal, 5 children injured -CBC News

FX Empire 08 Feb 2023
OTTAWA (Reuters) – Five children were seriously injured and taken to hospital on Wednesday morning after a bus crashed into a daycare center in the city of Laval, just north of Montreal, Canadian media reported ... Laval is located about 30 kilometers (18.6 miles) northwest of Montreal in Quebec, Canada’s second most populated province ... Advertisement.
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2 children dead, 6 injured after bus rams into daycare in Canada; driver arrested

Khaleejtimes 08 Feb 2023
Two children died and six others were injured after a bus rammed into a daycare center in the Montreal-area suburb of Laval on Wednesday morning, police said ... The incident happened at about 8.30 a.m ... Laval is about 30 km (20 miles) northwest of Montreal in Quebec, Canada's second most-populous province. ALSO READ. Watch.
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Montreal shelters expand services to care for homeless as extreme cold hits city

CTV 04 Feb 2023
An extreme cold snap that brought risks of frostbite and hypothermia with temperatures of -28 C on Friday in Montreal had the city's shelters fearing for the homeless population ... .
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Montreal shelters prepare as extreme cold warnings hit Eastern Canada, Maritimes

North Shore News 03 Feb 2023
MONTREAL — An extreme cold snap that is forecast to bring a risk of frostbite and hypothermia with temperatures of -27 C Friday night has shelters in the Montreal area fearing for the vulnerable homeless population ... The City of Montreal this week opened two temporary emergency ...
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Medexus Secures Public Reimbursement for Cuvposa® in Quebec

Eagle-Tribune 01 Feb 2023
TORONTO and CHICAGO, Feb. 01, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Medexus Pharmaceuticals (Medexus) (TSX ... Listing Cuvposa fills a health need recognized as being moderate to high in vulnerable and underserved pediatric populations in Canada who are affected by this condition. Dr Pierre Marois, Pediatric Physiatrist at Montreal’s Ste-Justine Hospital, commented ... .
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The weekly geography quiz

Hastings Tribune 30 Jan 2023
Which three Canadian cities have a population exceeding 1 million?.
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"I am back!" One-on-one with Montreal's new Chief of Police Fady Dagher

Victoria Advocate 29 Jan 2023
The Suburban sat down for an exclusive interview with Montreal’s new Police Chief Fady Dagher last Thursday at his ninth floor office at Police Headquarters across from Place des Arts. He arrives with impressive credentials from both his decades of service in Montreal and his progressive policies as Longueuil's Police Chief.
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Smaller cities can benefit from immigration uptick and pandemic shift: Research

Castanet 23 Jan 2023
It says many people are still working remotely and some of Canada's smaller centres have seen an uptick in population since the pandemic began,. Before 2020, Canada's four major cities — Montreal, Toronto, Calgary and Vancouver ...
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The Montreal Mafia Murders: Blood, Gore, Cannolis, and Hockey Bags

Vanity Fair 18 Jan 2023
The two lived in the countryside beyond Montreal, in the farming community of Saint-Jude (population 1,326), a village named after the patron saint of desperate cases ... The 67-year-old director of operations for Montreal’s Sicilian Mafia drove through the parking lot of his luxury condo complex, wads of hundreds bulging in his pockets.
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Women Experiencing Intimate Partner Violence More Likely to Contract HIV

Napa Valley Register 13 Jan 2023
Lori Solomon. FRIDAY, Jan ... 1 in The Lancet HIV. Salome Kuchukhidze, M.P.H., from the School of Population and Global Health at McGill University in Montreal, and colleagues examined the effects of IPV on recent HIV infection and women's engagement in the HIV care cascade in sub-Saharan Africa ... .
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Employees missing after explosion rocks propane plant north of Montreal

Toronto Sun 12 Jan 2023
An explosion has rocked a propane plant in St-Roch-de-l’Achigan, setting off a fire and leaving several people missing. About 40 firefighters are on the scene. We apologize, but this video has failed to load. Try refreshing your browser, or ... Your Midday Sun ... ... St-Roch, population 5,000, is about 50 kilometres north of Montreal in the Lanaudière region ... .
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Montreal saying 'Do as I say, not as I do' with car ownership, critics say

Toronto Sun 06 Jan 2023
Montreal had 7,372 light- and heavy-duty vehicles in 2017 ... Rosemont—La Petite-Patrie is the second-most-populous borough of Montreal, she added ... New York City has five times the population of Montreal and more than 10 times as many municipal workers, but just 3.5 times as many municipal vehicles ... Original post on Montreal Gazette.

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