Shooting near Collège Montmorency leads to lockdown, cancelled classes

Collège Montmorency was locked down for four hours on Friday and remained closed on Monday following a nearby shooting. There were no casualties, but the shooting left three people with gunshot wounds and a fourth person with injuries. The victims reportedly sought refuge within the cégep, and the campus was placed on lockdown until after 10 PM. Police reported that the shots were not fired on campus and that the shooting was linked to a street gang. Classes at the cégep were cancelled on Monday as the institution instead hosted activities and discussions to support the students, staff, and faculty as they process emotions related to the incident. CBC| Global News| MTL Blog| Journal de Quebec| La Presse  Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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