Quebec reports 141 new COVID-19 cases, three more deaths
Today’s coronavirus updates. Read more.
Horacio Arruda will earn nearly $1 million in his three-year contract
Dr. Horacio Arruda belongs to a select club: the best paid of the province’s senior government officials. The Legault government recently gave Quebec’s Director of National Public Health a new three-year contract, beginning Aug. 1. By the end of that mandate, he will have earned nearly $1 million, if not more. Read more.
‘Too big a step’: Montrealers apprehensive about 250-person gatherings
On the eve of the rule change, the Montreal Gazette spoke with Montrealers shopping at the Atwater Market to gather their opinions on the issue. Read more.
Man who killed Verdun girl Sarah Dutil denied parole 26 years later
A man who sexually assaulted and then killed an 11-year-old girl in LaSalle, just weeks after a murder case he faced at the Montreal courthouse was dropped, has been denied parole 26 years after his crime shocked Montrealers. Read more.