Situated in St. Leonard, this sushi/fusion restaurant serves up a Japanese poutine with lobster and tempura-encrusted sweet potato fries, as well as some really fresh and tasty sushi. Which is cool, I guess, if you're into that.
* If the pictures, links, and descriptions in this article didn't already tip you off, this piece is meant to be sarcastic. All these places are awesome, and you absolutely need to pay them a visit ASAP. ;)
SPVM spokesperson Jean-Pierre Brabant said the shooting occurred at the intersection of rue Villeray and 20e Avenue around 9 p.m., which isn't far from the French high school École Joseph-François-Perrault.
The teenager was found unconscious on the scene and pronounced dead by paramedics.
A perimeter was set up at the intersection shortly after and was lifted before 6 a.m. Monday morning.
Police are deeming this the 31st homicide on the Montreal territory in 2021.
Brabant said the 16-year-old victim is "not known" to police services.
At the time of writing this article, the suspect was still unknown to police, no arrests had been made, and the investigation was ongoing.
This article’s cover image was used for illustrative purposes only.
At around 3:15 a.m. on Friday morning, Montreal police received a call about an unconscious person in an apartment building on rue Saint-Urbain and avenue Fairmount. When officers arrived, they found two people dead.
According to SPVM spokesperson Véronique Comtois, the individuals exhibited signs of violence.
Police located one of the victims and found the other while "securing the apartment," Comtois said.
Major crimes investigators were dispatched to the scene and will work to determine the exact circumstances surrounding the incident.
As of 4:30 a.m., police had established a perimeter for the investigation.