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Some of today top stories on the Gazette site.
What's happening in the West Island and Off-Island.
About 450 churches in the city date back to the 1800s or earlier. Some are especially at risk, says Heritage Montreal's Dinu Bumbaru.
Flames engulfed a shed attached to the building.
City is 15 years behind other major cities like Toronto and New York when it comes to affixing inspection results where customers can see them.
The Supreme Court of Canada has heard arguments in a 10-year-old Laval métro escalator case.
Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue is aligning its pet policy with Montreal's. All cats must be sterilized and microchipped by next year.
There are about 450 churches in Montreal that date back to the 1800s or earlier, according to the city’s fire department.
We need time to re-think our approach to urban development, allow time for a holistic discussion of how to sustain and cultivate this area.
Thomas, who didn't make the top names list in 2017, stormed back into fourth place.
"He doesn't kick back and relax too much," longtime coach Guillaume Marx says of teen ace. "He wants to get better. We can see it every day."
“There will be no particular status for Montreal,” says Quebec’s diversity minister in the wake of city council’s opposition to the proposed legislation.
This photo from our archives shows Maurice Richard, Toe Blake and Elmer Lach with the famous silverware.
Emmy winner Aziz Ansari to perform at Place des Arts in June as a prelude to this summer's comedy festival.
Over the next few weeks, administration will move to the Lucien Saulnier building, while city hall undergoes a costly renovation.
The Montreal fire department was fighting a blaze at a multi-unit apartment building on Riviera St. in the Pierrefonds—Roxboro borough on Monday night. The fire department issued a statement on Twitter saying the blaze was a five-alarm, or general alarm fire just before 8 p.m. Feu de bâtiment –...
City council unanimously approves resolution hailing city's role in fostering metal music worldwide and its place in the local arts scene.
André Michel Boyer told police the man he stabbed 32 times was trying to shake him down for $100,000.