Montreal now has its own tartan

Montreal now has its own tartan
Transparency needed to fix Montreal's scandal-ridden police force, opposition says
The St. Andrew's Society said the colours of Montreal's tartan – blue and white, red and green – represent the founding peoples of Montreal: The Scots, the Irish, the English and the French. They added that the green also represents the forests of

Quebec Public Security Minister and Municipal Affairs Minister Martin Coiteux. Jacques Boissinot / Public Security Minister Martin Coiteux affirmed his confidence in Montreal's police chief Sunday after
Montreal Police Chief Philippe Pichet has released an action plan aimed at restoring public trust following a series of unfavorable allegations. As Matt Grillo reports, while Pichet may have the support of Public Security Minister Martin …
Montreal's police chief has drawn up a plan to overhaul the "culture" of his scandal-plagued force, and it has the backing of officials in both Quebec City and City Hall. Details of the plan won't be made public until March 31, Mayor Denis Coderre said …

Mayor Denis Coderre unveils the Montreal 1642 Tartan during a brief ceremony at Montreal city hall on Monday, March 27, 2017. Pierre Obendrauf / Montreal Gazette. The St. Andrew's Society of Montreal unveiled a symbolic. A new plan aimed at changing the culture at the Montreal police force needs to include a long-term commitment to openness and transparency, says the opposition at Montreal City Hall. "We have one of the most opaque systems of accountability of any …

Montrealers now have their very own tartan. Mayor Denis Coderre showed off a blazer made of the Montreal 1642 tartan at a special unveiling ceremony Monday evening. St. Andrew's Society President Brian MacKenzie was there to present the tartan, blazer. The chief of the Service de police de la ville de Montreal, Montreal's police force, will release details of a plan to try to restore public confidence in the scandal-plagued force on Friday. Last month, Quebec Public Security Minister Martin Coiteux … . Public Security Minister Martin Coiteux reiterated his confidence in Montreal police chief Philippe Pichet on Sunday and expressed satisfaction with the SPVM's plans to reinstill public confidence in the force. On Friday, Pichet gave Coiteux an action …

Quebec's public security minister says he is satisfied with the plan that Montreal police chief Philippe Pichet has come up with for reforming the force. Martin Coiteux said Sunday that the proposed reforms will rebuild Montrealers' confidence in the …

MONTREAL — Quebec's public security minister and the mayor of Montreal are backing a plan meant to restore public confidence in the city's police force. The minister, Martin Coiteux, and Mayor Denis Coderre say they are satisfied with the report …

Mayor Denis Coderre, seen in a file photo, echoed Quebec Public Security Minister Martin Coiteux's support for Montreal police chief Philippe Pichet. Graham Hughes / “It's an action plan,” Mayor Denis

Transparency needed to fix Montreal's scandal-ridden police force, opposition says
Transparency needed to fix Montreal's scandal-ridden police force, opposition says

"There's a reality where we have sensitive information" being dealt with, Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre says. CATHERINE LEGAULT / AFP/. Mayor Denis Coderre opened the door to the possibility of organizing

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