An Air Canada Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft is shown next to a gate at Trudeau Airport in Montreal on March 13, 2019. Air Canada says it is removing its grounded Boeing 737 Max jets from service until at least Aug. 1 in order to provide more certainty for passengers with summer travel plans.
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Here are some of the top stories on the Gazette site today.FloodingThe dam on Rouge River may not hold for much longer. As floodwater pushes the structure far beyond its limits, authorites in Grenville-sur-Rouge prepared for the worst Thursday. Police went door to door along the river, calling on residents to evacuate their homes. More here.Radio-Canada buildingThe first thing you notice visiting the site of the new Maison de Radio-Canada is that it is significantly smaller than the current home of the public broadcaster, just west of the new building. More here.Dog attackA Quebec woman who was mauled and seriously injured in an attack by three dogs last month in the Eastern Townships sent a message Thursday thanking the community for its support. More here.Facebook***Max jetsAir Canada says it is removing its grounded Boeing 737 Max jets from service until at least Aug. 1 in order to provide more certainty for passengers with summer travel plans. More here.Killam PrizeYoshua Bengio describes himself as more of an introvert than an extrovert, and the Canada Council just made his life a little harder. On Thursday, the public arts funding agency named the Université de Montréal computer science and operational research professor one of this year’s Killam Prize recipients, alongside U de M political science prof André Blais, two professors from the University of Toronto and one from the University of Waterloo. More here.Pierre Karl PéladeauAlready notable as the head of the Québecor media empire and as a former leader of the Parti Québécois, Pierre Karl Péladeau announced Thursday he plans to add several Montreal taxi companies to his stable of properties. More here.Gilbert RozonJust for Laughs founder Gilbert Rozon will have to make his first appearance in court in November in the case where he is charged with rape. More here.