(News feed from the Montreal Gazette)
- The Sun could rise again
Campaign aims to raise enough money to purchase the Chihuly glassworks sculpture that graced the front steps of the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts.
- EPIM forms ‘alliance’ with UPAC
EPIM, the Montreal anti-corruption police squad formed by former mayor Michael Applebaum last year to “protect the administrative integrity of the City of Montreal,” has been merged into the provincial anti-corruption unit known as UPAC.
- Man robbed after accepting ride from strangers
On Monday at 11:30 p.m. a 30-year-old man was walking along Curé Labelle Blvd. near 80th Ave. in the Chomedey district when a red late-model Nissan Sentra with two people in it pulled up alongside and the passenger asked him if he wanted a lift to get out of the cold.
- UPAC targets member of Bibeau family
Quebec anti-corruption cops carried out a raid Tuesday on the home of Suzanne Bibeau of the Bibeau family, which has been closely linked with the Quebec Liberal Party.
- Khadir's daughter to enter guilty plea: lawyer
The daughter of a Quebec politician failed to show up in court Tuesday for a mischief case related to a student demonstration even though she knew her lawyer was going to enter a guilty plea.
- Fertility specialist sues MUHC for $14M
World-renowned doctor who founded the McGill Reproductive Centre as a private clinic sues for a share of its profits, and also claims he was illegally dismissed.
- Couillard, Heurtel win for Liberals
Philippe Couillard easily sailed to a win Monday in a provincial byelection, trouncing a pack of seven low-key candidates in a byelection in the party's fortress riding of Outremont.
- Hungarian Jew ordered deported before he could deliver lecture
Forgiveness was never going to be an easy sell for Csanad Szegedi in Montreal’s Jewish community. Monday night it didn’t happen at all.
- $10,000 for tip on handicapped man's métro beating
MONTREAL — An intellectually handicapped man was beaten and robbed outside the Angrignon métro station on Oct. 19. Police now have a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of a suspect, thanks to an anonymous benefactor acting through the Sun Youth organization.
- Warning: Watch for snow squalls
MONTREAL — Don’t let the sunshine outside fool you. Environment Canada issued a snow squall watch for the Montreal and Laval areas Tuesday morning, warning about poor visibility when one of these babies kicks up. Winds on Tuesday will be 40 kilometres an hour, gusting up to 60 km/h.