#ICYMI: Social housing, the BEI, Dorchester Square, cannabis, more newsPosted by On

Cannabis products for sale at the Société québécoise du cannabis store on St-Hubert St. in Montreal Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2018.

John Mahoney / Montreal Gazette

Here’s a brief look at some of the top stories on the Gazette site today.

Social housing

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.

The homeless

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 watchdog

Police officers across the province are arguing Quebec’s police watchdog agency…

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