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Canada 31-year-old man dead after Ville-Marie shooting

14:30  07 april  2018
14:30  07 april  2018 Source:   cbc.ca

Ron and Don: Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds are ‘a bunch of hotdogs’

  Ron and Don: Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds are ‘a bunch of hotdogs’ The Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds were the top team in the Ontario Hockey League this season after a remarkable 55-7-6 campaign. They’re coming off a four-game sweep of the Saginaw Spirit in the opening round of the OHL playoffs. Game 2 of that series was an 8-0 shellacking and Don Cherry didn’t like how the Greyhounds ran up the score and showboated on several late goals.“The Sault this year, they lost seven games [in regulation] all year. I watched them as much as I could,” Cherry said Saturday during the Coach’s Corner segment on Hockey Night in Canada. “I thought they were one of the best teams.

31 - year - old man dead after Ville - Marie shooting . Later in the evening, it was announced 31 - year - old Brittany Simpson is being charged with murder and possession of a firearm during a 41- year - old man hospitalized after Ville - Marie shooting .

Montreal. news. 31 - year - old man dead after Ville - Marie shooting . (CBC). A 31 - year - old man has died in hospital after a shooting on Friday evening, marking the seventh homicide of 2018 in Montreal.

a van parked on the side of a road: Montreal police are looking for at least one suspect after a double shooting on Bercy Street. © CBC Montreal police are looking for at least one suspect after a double shooting on Bercy Street.

A 31-year-old man has died in hospital after a shooting on Friday evening, marking the seventh homicide of 2018 in Montreal.

Two men were rushed to hospital in critical condition Friday after a shooting on Bercy Street near Ontario Street, where police found two men lying on the ground with gunshot wounds to their upper bodies.

Police also found shell casings on the ground.

The other victim, a 42-year-old man, is in hospital with serious upper-body injuries. He is now in stable condition, police say.

The suspect has yet to be identified, but police say the person got away in a vehicle going south down Bercy Street. 

"A description of the vehicle is still to be identified at this moment," said Montreal police spokesperson Raphaël Bergeron.

Officers from the SPVM's major crimes unit are investigating.

Turcot, Champlain construction ensues major weekend road closures in Montreal .
Turcot, Champlain construction ensues major weekend road closures in Montreal Roadwork on the Turcot Interchange and the Champlain Bridge has spurred Transports Québec to put in place a number of major road closures this weekend, with some lasting all the way until Tuesday.

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