In Case You Missed It (#ICYMI) is a daily feature highlighting news in and around Montreal.
Chanting “no justice, no peace” and “black lives matter,” more than 100 people marched through the streets of Notre-Dame-de-Grâce Sunday evening to protest against the fatal shooting by Montreal police of 23-year-old Nicholas Gibbs in August.
Aaron Derfel files this report: ‘The police didn’t have the right to kill my son,’ Nicholas Gibbs’s mother says during protest
There was one constant with Johnny Manziel this season: the media attention. It was there on the day he arrived in Montreal, when the Alouettes were on the road and on Sunday, when players cleaned out their lockers at Olympic Stadium for the final time this season, and he was the first to speak following team meetings. Manziel, who has been well trained, knows what to say to the fourth estate. But how well he progresses during his second season with the Als — and he constantly has maintained he’ll return to honour the final year of his contract — might ultimately dictate whether this team makes any inroads in the Canadian Football League following a fourth consecutive non-playoff year.
Herb Zurkowsky was there: Alouettes: ‘I’ll be much better next season,’ Johnny Manziel vows
An employee of an upscale downtown restaurant was severely injured Sunday afternoon when his head got stuck in an elevator, Montreal police said. The incident occurred around 2 p.m. in Le Majesthé, a restaurant on Robert-Bourassa Blvd. The worker, who was in critical condition, was rushed by ambulance to a hospital.
Read more here: Man in critical condition after freak accident in elevator
Strong winds caused many power outages in Quebec on Saturday night and Sunday morning. As of 8 a.m. Sunday, nearly 14,000 Hydro-Québec customers were still without electricity. The Montreal area was hardest hit, with more than 4,100 households lacking power at 8 a.m. By 8 p.m. power had still not been restored to 1,719 households across Quebec, of which 218 were in Montreal..
Check out the latest numbers: Power being restored after strong winds cause outages across Quebec
The Bureau des enquêtes indépendants is investigating a high-speed police chase in which a 30-year-old man was seriously injured while being pursued by Montreal police early Sunday.
Marion Scott has the details: BEI investigating high-speed police chase in Montreal
Hours after a jury convicted Jonathan Mahautière of second-degree murder in the 2014 strangulation of his 17-year-old girlfriend, his defence lawyer suggested that her client might appeal the verdict.
Aaron Derfel and Paul Cherry report:Jonathan Mahautière convicted of second-degree murder in girlfriend’s death