Illegal construction before project approval, Mafia Who’s Who owning land, Coderre getting donations from one of the major landowners, major landowner being sued for inappropriate lobbying? This isn’t being investigated by UPAC?
Are you kidding?????????
Inspired by Mayor Denis Coderre’s jackhammer-versus-mailbox incident, residents and activists in Pierrefonds raised their pickaxes and jackhammers in protest against a planned housing development.The group Sauvons l’Anse-à-l’Orme claims a road in the l’Anse-à-l’Orme nature park is illegal and they want the city to halt any further development.”We’re following mayor [Denis] Coderre’s symbolic action of taking a jackhammer to mailboxes and doing the same thing to the road here,” said Donald Hobus, a member of Sauvons l’Anse-à-l’Orme.”It’s symbolic. We’re not doing any damage but we’re saying this road is illegal, we want it removed and want the whole area protected.”
City of Vaudreuil-Dorion scraps contentious plan to demolish senior’s home – Montreal | Globalnews.ca
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Former municipal fundraiser Bernard Trépanier missed a court hearing due to illness on Tuesday in what would have marked the start of his separate trial in the Faubourg Contrecoeur corruption case.
Des terrains à l’extérieur de la zone Pierrefonds-Ouest seraient plus propices à l’aménagement durable pour le projet immobilier contesté, Cap Nature. C’est la conclusion principale d’une étude du Conseil régional de l’environnement (CRE) de Montréal, rendue publique le 12 avril.
Hundreds rally to save l’Anse à l’Orme; – Montreal Times – Montreal’s English Weekly NewspaperMontreal Times – Montreal’s English Weekly Newspaper
An estimated 250 people gathered at Montreal City Hall on May 16 to protest plans to build 6,000 homes on the last large, unprotected green space on Montreal Island. Opposition politicians, environmentalists, trade unionists, and others took the microphone, condemning the 185-hectare Cap Nature housing plan in Pierrefonds west that is supported by Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre.
Une motion déposée mardi par le parti Vrai changement pour Montréal qui demandait un moratoire sur le développement immobilier des espaces verts de l’Anse-à-l’Orme dans Pierrefonds-Ouest a été rejetée par le conseil municipal de Montréal.
Former Quebec deputy premier Nathalie Normandeau and six other people involved in politics and government contracts have been arrested on 13 charges that include fraud on government, corruption and abuse of trust, the head of Quebec’s permanent anti-corruption squad has confirmed.The group of seven, which includes people associated with the provincial Liberals and the Parti Québécois, were arrested shortly after 6 a.m. on Thursday in Quebec City, Charlevoix and the Gaspésie, UPAC chief Robert Lafrenière said.
Former Montreal mayor Michael Applebaum asked the courts on Monday to halt his corruption trial, which is scheduled to start in September 2017, because the wait has been stressful for him and has hampered his ability to earn a living.Applebaum’s voice cracked and he became teary-eyed as he told Court of Quebec Judge Robert Marchi that he gets looks from people because of his notoriety, avoids socializing with his neighbours when he’s out walking his dog and has had difficulty gaining new clients as a real-estate agent.
Laval Mayor Marc Demers has enthusiastically greeted news that hearings in the trial of former mayor Gilles Vaillancourt could begin as early as March next year.“What we think now is that judge Marc David is making himself available so that the trial can begin as quickly as possible,” Demers said in a statement last week.“We note also that the judge shares our preoccupation to see justice administered within a reasonable time frame,” he added. “The judge expressed this concern while referring to recent cases in the news.”Proceedings in the prosecution of Vaillancourt have been notable so far for significant court date delays obtained by his defence team.Additional information as to whether the case will indeed be proceeding in due course is expected to be released on March 18 when an announcement will be made about defence and prosecution being able to establish court dates.
Secret codes, haggling over bribes, meetings in cars, DVD boxes containing illicit cash and bluffing to dupe company executives into paying kickbacks.They’re not part of the plot of a political thriller on television, but the accounts of different witnesses as told to Quebec police. And they allowed the province’s anti-corruption squad to obtain a warrant in 2013 to search the municipal offices of Montreal’s Côte-des-Neiges — Notre-Dame-de-Grâce borough and eventually arrest Montreal’s then-mayor, Michael Applebaum.
Former Montreal North mayor Gilles Deguire’s sexual assault case returns to court | Montreal Gazette
Former Montreal North borough mayor Gilles Deguire’s sexual assault case will return to court in late May after a brief hearing Wednesday morning at the Montreal courthouse. Deguire, 66, is charged with sexual assault and sexual touching of a minor under the age of 16. The acts are alleged to have taken place in Montreal and elsewhere in Quebec between Dec. 1, 2013, and Oct. 23, 2015. Each charge carries a maximum sentence of 14 years.
The former mayor of Boisbriand, Robert Poirier, has been sentenced to 18 months in jail, followed by three years of probation, after being found guilty of fraud and breach of trust.
About 150 people gathered outside Montreal city hall on Monday to protest against plans for a 5,000-home development.
Plus de 150 personnes, dont près une moitié de cégépiens, ont manifesté devant l’hôtel de ville de Montréal lundi soir en marge du conseil municipal afin de s’opposer au projet de développement immobilier Cap Nature dans Pierrefonds-Ouest.
Hundreds of protesters jammed the street in front of Montreal’s City Hall to demand a stop to plans to develop l’Anse-à-l’Orme Park in Pierrefonds-Roxboro.
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