a man wearing a hat and sunglasses posing for the camera: Woman and her cat mask on Parc Ave. at Laurier on Tuesday, September 8, 2020. (Pierre Obendrauf / MONTREAL GAZETTE)


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Woman and her cat mask on Parc Ave. at Laurier on Tuesday, September 8, 2020. (Pierre Obendrauf / MONTREAL GAZETTE)

Dubé announces a new alert system for COVID-19 in Quebec

Quebec Health Minister Christian Dubé has unveiled a new alert system to indicate the severity of COVID-19 measures to be implemented in different regions. Read more.

COVID-19: Montreal-area mayors, cabinet ministers go into isolation

Five Quebec MNAs — three of them ministers — went into in isolation Tuesday, as did the mayors of three of the province’s biggest cities, including Montreal’s Valérie Plante. Read more.

Coronavirus live updates: 118 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Quebec schools: Roberge

All of today’s updates in one place. Read more.

COVID-19: Governments put more than $1.3 million into Montreal’s economic recovery

Canada, Quebec and Montreal are ploughing more than $1.3 million into a new effort aimed at helping the city’s economy shake off the COVID-19 blues. Read more.

A founding member of the Hells Angels in Quebec is denied parole

A founding members of the Hells Angels in Quebec has been denied parole on a drug-trafficking sentence — in part because he remains loyal to the world’s most notorious biker gang. Read more.

Christopher Labos: Looking forward to new ways to test for COVID-19

Last week, Health Canada seems to have changed direction on the issue of at home COVID-19 testing. If approved and as accurate as the current tests, the introduction of these tests could help eliminate one of the majors barriers to controlling this pandemic. Making it easier to get tested would help a greater number of people find out whether they are infectious, and allow them to do so more quickly. Read more.

Judge denies request all Quebec children get access to remote learning

A Quebec Superior Court judge has denied a request that all Quebec parents have access to remote learning options for their children, even without the required medical exemptions. Read more.

Terrebonne bike path dominates C.D.N.-N.D.G. council meeting

Bikes and bicycle paths dominated the agenda during Tuesday night’s Côte-des-Neiges—Notre-Dame-de-Grâce borough council meeting.