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Week in Review: Bottoms up, arrêt take-outs, other news
Catch up on all the big stories that happened this week in Montreal.
Jack Todd: Patrick Roy trade remains seminal moment in Canadiens history
When Patrick Roy left the Canadiens, greatness walked out the door. A quarter-century later, it hasn’t returned.
Man shot in Montreal-North residence
On the scene, the police found the injured victim with several upper body wounds. The man was conscious and taken to hospital, and is in stable condition.
Christmas Fund: New mother puts nursing career on hold
Mounia’s two children, ages one and three, give her great joy. They’re happy and healthy, and Mounia loves painting and reading with her eldest daughter. She said it hasn’t been easy with COVID-19 restrictions putting a damper on local activities and services, but there’s still plenty to do near their home and they find ways to enjoy their time together.
Beleaguered nurses feel forgotten as holiday restrictions also pinch
If Quebecers are taking the hit from the cancellation of family gatherings at Christmas, many essential workers, such as nurses, had other concerns.