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US & Canada · Ontario

Ontario storm leaves eight dead and tens of thousands without power

38% Center coverage: 32 sources
The death count related to a destructive storm that ripped through southern Ontario continues to rise. Police have confirmed at least eight deaths and multiple injuries after Saturday's severe thunderstorm. Tens of thousands of people are also without power after gusting winds knocked down trees and hydro wires. Hydro One says it could take several days to restore power due to the sheer number of customers impacted.See the Story

CFL players turn down new collective bargaining agreement with league

38% Left coverage: 8 sources
The CFL players voted on Sunday not to accept the tentative collective bargaining agreement that was negotiated by the CFLPA and the league. The players, who were on strike for four days (Sunday-Wednesday last week), are in a position to walk off the job again at any time. Some players, mainly Canadians, expressed dissatisfaction with the new CBA because of changes regarding the Canadian ratio.See the Story
US & Canada · Quebec

Quebec language reform Bill 96 adopted in National Assembly

75% Center coverage: 4 sources
The controversial bill passed by a vote of 78-29, with the opposition Liberals and Parti Quebecois opposing it. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said earlier in the day that he has concerns about the effect of the bill on Quebec's English-speaking minority. The bill extends certain provisions of the existing language law to businesses of 25 or more employees.See the Story

Laval police investigating death of young man after attempted home invasion

75% Center coverage: 4 sources
Laval police are investigating after the body of a man in his early 20s was found Tuesday morning. Officers received a 911 call at 1:55 a.m. from a couple who had just taken refuge at a family member's home. The two people told police they had just been robbed at their home.See the Story
Hospitals · Quebec

Quebec COVID-19 hospitalizations slightly up, but ICU numbers down

34% Center coverage: 3 sources
The number of Quebecers in hospital to be treated for COVID-19 is up by four. The total number of people receiving care is now 1,351. Intensive care admissions are down by nine, for a total of 47. A total of 211,157 rapid tests have been declared.See the Story
Montreal · Montreal

Teen dies after being ejected from ATV in Eastern Townships

Coverage: 2 sources
A 15-year-old is dead after being ejected while riding an ATV in the Eastern Townships. The incident happened at 7:30 p.m. Monday in Notre-Dame-de-Stanbridge. The rear passenger was seriously injured, "probably when the ATV rolled over on top of him"See the Story
Tom Brady

Former Montreal Expos draft pick asks if team will take him back

100% Right coverage: 1 sources
The seven-time Super Bowl winner was drafted by the Montreal Expos as a catcher way back in 1995. Brady posted a video on Tuesday of his batting practice with tight end/acolyte Rob Gronkowski. The likeliest path to an Expos revival would be for the noted tomato hater to put his $540-million post-retirement TV deal into the team's comeback.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

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