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Is your SAQ outlet open? Here's the list

With a two-day strike by workers at Quebec's liquor board, the SAQ has had to close a number of its outlets Wednesday. A limited number of outlets remain open, however. Here's the list.


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BREAKING Honda to get up to $5B in govt help for EV battery, assembly plants

Honda is set to build an electric vehicle battery plant next to its Alliston, Ont., assembly plant, which it is retooling to produce fully electric vehicles, all part of a $15-billion project that is expected to include up to $5 billion in public money.

Secret $70M Lotto Max winners break their silence

During a special winner celebration near their hometown, Doug and Enid shared the story of how they discovered they were holding a Lotto Max ticket worth $70 million and how they kept this huge secret for so long.