Here are some of the top stories you might have missed today on the Gazette’s websiteCyclistsThe president and director of Vélo Québec is saying that Montreal police are unfairly targeting bike-riders after a report showed that cyclists in the city are ticketed 42 times as often as those in Toronto. Full story here.Black Coalition of Quebec“It is a historic day,” said Black Coalition of Quebec president Dan Philip, after a Superior Court decision allowed a class-action suit to move forward against the city of Montreal for incidents of racial profiling. Full story here.Quebec Liberals“A desperate Liberal effort to reconnect with francophones risks a disconnect with non-francophones and an eventual inability to lay claim to the title of being the political party of all Quebecers.” Full column here.Bottle DepositsSAQ president Catherine Dagenais says it would be “impossible” for its stores to process and store the number of empty bottles a deposit charge would create. Full story here.Lime ScootersStarting today, there are 430 Lime e-scooters throughout Montreal, after city council granted a permit to the U.S.-based vehicle-sharing company. Full story here.ImmigrationThe association representing the province’s restaurant owners has issued a cry for help for more foreign workers to fill the jobs of cooks, servers and kitchen staff. Full story here.CannabisResearchers have found that twice as many neighbourhoods in the lowest income quintile had pot shops in or near them (587), compared to the country’s highest income neighbourhoods (245). Full story here.Tax ReturnThe union representing employees of Revenue Canada is denouncing a plan by the federal Conservatives to establish a single tax return program in Quebec, fearing it will eliminate 5,500 Revenue Canada jobs in the province. Full story here.