According to SPVM media relations officer Caroline Chèvrefils, officers responded to a 911 call around 11 p.m. Monday concerning a person who appeared unconscious in a parked car in a facility on rue de la Rotonde near chemin de la Pointe N. on Verdun's Île-des-Soeurs.
There seems to be some traces of violence on her body.
Caroline Chèvrefils, SPVM
Firefighters were the first to arrive on the scene and determined that the 57-year-old woman was dead.
The victim's relatives found the body, which Chèvrefils said appeared to have "some traces of violence."
The police investigation is ongoing.
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On August 1, Health Minister Christian Dubé shared the most recent data for vaccination rates in Quebec, in which we see that the age group of 18-29 year-olds are the least likely to get vaccinated in the province.
This is demonstrated in the graph below by the red section, which represents the percentage of non-vaccinated people without an appointment for their first dose booked. For the 18-29 year-old population in Quebec, this number is 28%.
Dubé tweeted, "To reach 75% for 18-29 only 30k people are missing. In addition, in a single day, 18-29 year olds went from 100k vaccines to receive to 90k to reach the new target of 80% of @GouvCanSante" on Sunday morning.
He also added, "Superb progression, we are very close to the goal!"
While the vaccine campaign in Quebec continues to roll out, a fourth wave may be on its way. On January 30, Canada's Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Theresa Tam said data suggests that Canada is at the start of a fourth wave of COVID-19, mostly driven by the B.1.617.2 variant, known as the Delta variant.
There's no denying how lovely it is to travel within Quebec, but sometimes we all yearn to explore place we've never been before. So, we found eight cute towns in Ontario for you to check out whenever that yearning arises.
And no — we're not going to suggest that you to go to Ottawa for the 20th time in your life.
Distance from Montreal: ~3 hours and 35 minutes
Why You Need To Go: Picton is the perfect town for any wine lover to visit, considering the amount of wine tours visitors can do while there. There's also a lot of nature in and around the town, which makes for an ideal escape from a hectic city like Montreal.
Why You Need To Go: Goderich may be a little further out than most like to go for a road trip, but it's known to be the "prettiest town in Canada," so it'll surely be worth the long drive to see all of its 19th century buildings and unique nature spots.
Why You Need To Go: Kingston may be the size of a city, but it has the heart of a small town. It has a number of different historic sites to check out and you can spend part of your day hanging by the waterfront.
Why You Need To Go: Port Hope is best known for having great places to go fishing and go its lovely 19th century homes. Plus, if you make your way out there, a visit to Haute Goat Farm is definitely a must.
Why You Need To Go: This Ontario town is another one that has been recognized for its beauty on a national level. It was called Canada's "Most Beautiful Village" by Communities in Bloom, which means there's no better time to go than summer.
Why You Need To Go: A little drive to Brockville makes for an ideal summer day. While there, you can visit the 1000 Islands Village, check out the cool architecture around the town, and take a hike up The Brock Trail.