Emergency services at the scene of fatal fire in Longueuil on Saturday February 9, 2019.
Pierre Obendrauf / Montreal Gazette
In Case You Missed It (#ICYMI) is a daily feature highlighting news in and around Montreal.The city of Longueuil has opened up its 311 telephone information service to those who wish to make a donation to help people left homeless and largely without belongings after a fire on Saturday that left three people dead.Read more here: City of Longueuil, residents mobilize to help survivors of fatal fire***Bruce Charron was on a hill he’d navigated hundreds of times before when it happened. The 68-year-old skier took a turn toward the edge of the slope, lost a ski and hit a tree Sunday afternoon at Jay Peak Resort in Vermont. Ski patrollers performed CPR on Charron and loaded him in a rescue toboggan. By the time they reached the infirmary at the bottom of the hill, a doctor was ready to examine him. But it was too late.Read more here: Montreal West man killed at Jay Peak in ‘terrible, traumatic accident’***The immigration minister has moved to calm a storm sparked by his plans to reform the system for new arrivals, saying the government is not about to expel people already living and working in Quebec.Read more here: Minister denies immigrants already in Quebec could be expelled with reforms***The RCMP launched a major operation on Monday they said was aimed at breaking an international money-laundering ring with links in Toronto and Montreal. RCMP officers in Quebec and Ontario as well as officials with Revenue Canada worked on what they dubbed “Project Collector” between May 2016 and the spring of 2018.Read more here: Drugs and cash seized in RCMP money-laundering raids in Montreal and Toronto***Michel Cadotte wasn’t depressed when he killed his Alzheimer’s-stricken wife and his will to alleviate his own suffering might have played a role in his decision, a psychiatrist told the court on Monday.Read more here: Cadotte not depressed when he killed ailing wife, psychiatrist says***Environment Canada has issued a winter storm warning for the Montreal area, as well as Châteauguay/La Prairie, Laval and Longueuil/Varennes, with 25 to 40 centimetres of snow expected.Read more here: Early weather warning: More snow and high winds Tuesday and Wednesday***Montreal Mayor Valérie Plante was on the defensive Monday amid criticism her Ville-Marie borough has done too little to make changes to a street corner where a pedestrian was killed on Dec. 12.Read more here: Plante defensive after pedestrian death at ‘dangerous intersection’***The parents of Alexandre Bissonnette, the man who killed six people by shooting them inside a Quebec City mosque, have criticized the sentence he received last week as being “very harsh.”Read more here: Parents of Quebec mosque killer Alexandre Bissonnette say his sentence is too harsh