Here’s a brief look at some of the top stories on the Gazette site today.
Starting in 2021, developers in Montreal will be required by law to set aside up to one-fifth of new housing units for social, affordable and family housing, or pay the city compensation in land or cash. More here.
To help establish a deeper relationship between the less fortunate and some of the city’s emergency services, Urgences Santé and St-Michael’s Mission joined together to host a lunchtime barbecue on Wednesday. More here.
Police officers across the province are arguing Quebec’s police watchdog agency…