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  1. (Courtesy of The Montreal Gazette) I guess that is a step in the right direction
  2. Many cities bum rush towards bankruptcy, raising taxes instead of cutting spending, but one city – Colorado Springs – has drawn the line. When sales tax revenues dropped, voters were asked to make up the shortfall by tripling their property taxes. Voters emphatically said no, despite the threat of reduced services. Those cuts have now arrived. More than a third of the streetlights in Colorado Springs will go dark Monday. The police helicopters are for sale on the Internet. The city is dumping firefighting jobs, a vice team, burglary investigators, beat cops — dozens of police and fire posi
  3. Read more: http://www.montrealgazette.com/Quebec+highest+acquittal+rate+Country/3338332/story.html#ixzz0v6w8XDYg Wow, this is not good.
  4. I just saw this story online, of all places it was on Global Toronto and Fox News Radio. No one is covering the story in Montreal. Police investigate death threats, racist Tweets of McGill student (Courtesy of Global Toronto) I do hope the student gets expelled and is never allowed to study at any university again. Plus what does he expect going to a conservative club meeting? It would be like me going to Nazi rally and dealing with all the anti-semitism, but I wouldn't be an idiot tweeting what he tweeted online.
  5. (Courtesy of The Montreal Gazette) I am just surprised no one tried this before. I know someone tried stealing one with their pick up truck a while back.
  6. (Courtesy of The Montreal Gazette) WOW I am happy I don`t live on St Pierre anymore. This city has gone to the dogs. I guess its time to really go out and buy a bulletproof vest and armour up my car.
  7. Voici quelques articles que j'ai trouvé bon sur toute la merde qui se passe avec la FTQ. JE n'en reviens pas que le gouvernement charest ne fait rien dans ce dossier. Je commence vraiment à croire que les Libéraux de Charest commencent à ce croire invincible et qu'ils commencent à croire qu,ils seront au pouvoir éternellement! Ça fait 7 ans qu,ils sont au pouvoir...il serait temps d'un petit changement! Pour revenir au sujet original, comme j,ai souvent dis, les syndicats s'en viennent de plus en plus puissant et corrompus. Vous n,avez qu'à lire ces article sur toute la crosse qu'il se pas
  8. https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pid=11349948&l=24edd1ed64&id=286149459542 Article du devoir en 2002 au moment de la démolition Démolition controversée de l'ancien poste de police du Port de Montréal La Société du Vieux-Port a annoncé hier qu'elle démolira l'ancien poste de police du Port de Montréal et que les travaux commenceront... dès aujourd'hui. Abandonné depuis 1981, le bâtiment est dans un si piètre état que la direction du Vieux-Port estime qu'on ne peut retarder les travaux. Ce n'est pas l'avis du conseiller municipal de Ville-Marie, Robert Laramée, qui con
  9. Bienvenue à Montréal! Ils ont été arreté 3 fois dans la meme journée et ils ont recu 2 contraventions http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montreal/ontario-licence-plates-targeted-by-police-couple-claims-1.2564815 Ontario licence plates targeted by police, couple claims A Quebec couple got pulled over three times in one day while driving in a car with an Ontario licence plate CBC News Posted: Mar 07, 2014 9:15 PM ET Last Updated: Mar 07, 2014 9:15 PM ET Caroline Guy and Joey Menscik say they will contest the two traffic tickets they got in the same day. (CBC) A Quebe
  10. (Courtesy of The Montreal Gazette via. The National Post When will people learn, never leave stuff in your car?!
  11. http://www.nytimes.com/2009/04/22/bu...t.html?_r=1&hp FLINT, Mich. — Dozens of proposals have been floated over the years to slow this city’s endless decline. Now another idea is gaining support: speed it up. Instead of waiting for houses to become abandoned and then pulling them down, local leaders are talking about demolishing entire blocks and even whole neighborhoods. The population would be condensed into a few viable areas. So would stores and services. A city built to manufacture cars would be returned in large measure to the forest primeval. “Decline in Flint is lik
  12. http://www.ctv.ca/CTVNews/TopStories/20100614/hate-crime-report-100614/ The Canadian Press Date: Monday Jun. 14, 2010 9:29 AM ET OTTAWA — Police services are reporting a big jump in hate crimes, and they say gay men are being targeted more often and in the most violent incidents. Statistics Canada says police logged 1,036 hate crimes in 2008, up 35 per cent from 2007. Just over half (55 per cent) were motivated by race or ethnicity, 26 per cent by religion and 16 per cent by sexual orientation. The agency says all three major categories of hate crime increased in 2008,
  13. en cherchant divers articles sur internet a propos du match de hockey d'hier soir, je suis tombe sur le site du chicago tribute. puis, banalement inseree entre deux nouvelles, j'ai trouve cet article: At least 22 shot in separate shootings, 1 dead May 30, 2010 2:09 PM At least 22 people were wounded in separate shootings around the city roughly between noon Saturday and noon Sunday, including a man who died this morning after he was shot in the head, Chicago police said. At a news conference this morning, Chicago Police Supt. Jody Weis said that nearly half of the s
  14. Sharing the streets JULIA KILPATRICK, The Gazette Published: 6 hours ago Skateboard users risk fines as well as injury when they travel on public arteries like sidewalks or bike paths. But while aficionados complain about the regulations, police say their goal is safety Turning his back to the traffic screaming past a small skateboard park east of the Gay Village, Kyle Naylor pulled his board out of his backpack. The skateboard was split in two jagged pieces. A car had run over it earlier, when Naylor was skating to the park for an afternoon session with friends. "My frien
  15. Cleaned up? Not so much One-Quarter of Montrealers see problem behaviour in their neighbourhoods The view on St. Antoine St. W. Almost a quarter of Montrealers said social incivility in one form or another is a problem in their neighbourhoods. Fifteen per cent mentioned drug use and five per cent specified prostitution. CHRISTOPHER MAUGHAN, The Gazette Published: 20 hours ago Montreal has been known as "sin city" for the better part of a century, ever since Americans started coming here to drink freely during the Prohibition era. A new survey suggests little has changed sin
  16. (Courtesy of CTV Montreal) How about they change the damn laws about drunk driving! You kill someone you spend the rest of your life in prison. If you injure someone while you driving drunk you lose your car and license for life. If you are caught again (seeing you loss your license), you go to prison for life, but NO Quebec has to be a forgiving province, bloody BS!
  17. La crise entraîne une vague de violence aux USA WASHINGTON - Dans le Massachusetts, une femme au foyer se suicide avant que la maison ne soit saisie. A Los Angeles, un gestionnaire de portefeuille sans emploi massacre sa famille puis se tue. A travers tous les Etats-Unis, les autorités redoutent qu'une vague de violence accompagne la crise économique et financière, et elles exhortent les désespérés à demander de l'aide. Dans certains endroits, les numéros de téléphone d'aide psychologique sont débordés, les services de conseil aux personnes sont très demandés, et les refuges pour victimes
  18. L'entente de principe, dont les détails n'ont pas été dévoilés, sera soumise au vote des membres de l'Association des policiers des Chemins de fer nationaux du Canada. Pour en lire plus...
  19. Du jamais vu depuis 45 ans Mise à jour le vendredi 21 décembre 2007, 11 h 49 . À la veille de recevoir des milliers de visiteurs pour son 400e anniversaire, Québec s'affiche comme l'une des villes les plus sécuritaires en Amérique du Nord. La police de Québec n'a répertorié aucun meurtre sur son territoire au cours de l'année 2007. Le responsable des communications au Service de police de Québec, le capitaine Lucien Gravel, indique qu'une année sans meurtre sur le territoire de la ville de Québec ne s'est pas produite depuis 1962. Le dernier meurtre sur lequel les enquêteurs se sont p
  20. (Courtesy of The Montreal Gazette) So sad. Why can't they target people from Ontario?!
  21. It is very unfortunate that events that happen in less than a minute can have such a profoundly negative impact on peoples' lives. In this case, I most definitely believe that Michael Bryant is innocent of what is essentially a manslaughter charge. This is one of the rare times I side with a Liberal. By the sounds of things Darcy Allan Sheppard was drunk and riding his bicycle down a major throughfare (Bloor Street). Drinking and riding a bicycle can be just as dangerous as drinking and driving a car. There needs to be laws put in place to regulate cycling just like driving. If it had
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