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US & Canada · Montreal

Two cases of monkeypox confirmed in Canada, health agency says

46% Right coverage: 24 sources
Public Health Agency of Canada says two cases of monkeypox in Quebec are the first confirmed cases in the country. Agency says it is working with the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to investigate potential exposure and contacts of a case in the U.S. Earlier Thursday, Quebec Health Department confirmed the province's first two cases and said 20 other suspected cases are under investigation.See the Story
Soccer · Montreal

Real Salt Lake gets 2 second-half goals, beats Montreal 2-1

Coverage: 2 sources
Justen Glad and Sergio C�rdova score in a 12-minute span in the second half. Djordje Mihailovic scored for Montreal (6-5-2), which dropped points at home for the first time this season. Gleb scored his second of the season, heading a corner by Pablo Ruiz.See the Story
Montreal · Montreal

2 pedestrians struck by car while crossing Sherbrooke St. in downtown Montreal | CBC News

67% Left coverage: 3 sources
Police are treating the collision as an accident at the moment. An 83-year-old man was struck by a driver heading southbound on C�te-des-Neiges Road. A woman in her 80s also fell to the ground but was not struck by the vehicle.See the Story
Montreal · Montreal

Hydro-Québec facing ‘major challenges’ in restoring power after deadly storm

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
The lights should be back on for the majority of affected homes by the end of the day, according to Hydro-Québec, but it could take longer for thousands of customers.See the Story
Montreal · Montreal

Independent MNA Marie Montpetit won't run again, says she was treated unfairly by Anglade

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
Marie Montpetit was ejected from the Liberal caucus last fall because of allegations of abuse of power towards her staff. On Tuesday, she denied any wrongdoing and noted that no formal complaint had been filed against her. She said she has not ruled out a return to politics, but wants to focus on other things.See the Story
Montreal · Montreal

Downtown Montreal set for summer comeback, with free weekend parking

100% Right coverage: 1 sources
Hotels are already fully booked for the Grand Prix, International Jazz Festival and Osheaga. Festival season will get underway Wednesday with the Festival TransAm�riques. Montreal is the envy of other North American cities for its post-pandemic recovery. The city will again offer free weekend parking downtown.See the Story
Montreal · Montreal

It could be days before storm-battered parts of Quebec have power, Hydro says

100% Right coverage: 1 sources
About 127,000 customers are without electricity, mostly in the Lanaudi�re, Outaouais and the Laurentians. As many as 554,000 people lost power in the aftermath of the violent storms that rammed southern Ontario and Quebec on Saturday. The storms affected a strip of land 300 kilometres long and 100 km wide.See the Story
Montreal · Montreal

CF Montreal: regaining control - TVA Sports

Le CF Montréal a subi une deuxième défaite consécutive, dimanche dernier.See the Story
Montreal · Montreal

Summer Programming in Montreal | Visitors Invited to Invest Downtown

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Urban beach, free shows, outdoor screening evenings, an Asian food market, interactive experiences, a big sale, circus shows... These are some of the activities that Montrealers and visitors are invited to during the summer in downtown Montreal.See the Story

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