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MONTREAL — Montreal’s mayor vowed Monday to tighten regulation of Airbnb as a search continued for six folks lacking after a fireplace swept via a constructing that included Airbnb models in a historic metropolis part the place they’re banned.

Firefighters initially thought there was one individual lacking within the blaze Thursday within the japanese Canadian metropolis. Nonetheless, stories emerged later of unlawful Airbnb models within the greater than 130-year-old constructing, and authorities up to date the lacking over the weekend to seven, together with some from the USA.

Montreal police reported pulling the physique of a lady from the rubble Sunday night.

Montreal police Inspector David Shane stated the six who’re nonetheless lacking are from Quebec, Ontario and the U.S., including that investigators have contacted their households. The hearth additionally injured 9 folks, together with two who have been hospitalized.

The reason for the fireplace is being investigated.

Montreal Mayor Valérie Plante stated the constructing included unlawful Airbnb models in addition to an architect’s workplace. Plante stated Airbnb ought to have demanded that unit homeowners present a allow quantity from the Quebec provincial authorities.

“What occurred here’s a full tragedy,” Plante stated. “Clearly, we’d not be on this place if we had been coping with an organization that took its obligations significantly and stated to those homeowners ‘You don’t have a certificates, you can’t lease your unit.’” And that will power individuals who wish to act illegally and don’t pay taxes to not escape their obligations.”

Plante stated she deliberate to work with the Quebec provincial authorities to tighten rules on short-term leases.

Nathan Rotman, Airbnb’s regional coverage lead for Canada, stated in a emailed assertion: “Our hearts exit to the victims of this tragedy, and to their households and family members. We’re offering our assist to these affected, and we’re aiding legislation enforcement as they examine. We’re additionally engaged with the mayor’s workplace.”

Alexandre Bergevin, a lawyer for the constructing’s proprietor — Emile-Haim Benamor — stated on Sunday that Airbnb leases within the constructing weren’t being operated by his shopper however by tenants, including that steps had been taken to cease the follow.

Montreal fireplace operations chief Martin Guilbault stated firefighters would start dismantling the second and third flooring of the constructing Monday.

Shane stated the police power’s fireplace unit used a drone to assist find the physique of the girl that was eliminated Sunday.

“The idea is that there are six extra folks inside,” Shane stated. “The totally different steps we’ve taken (recommend) these people who find themselves nonetheless lacking are most likely within the rubble, sadly.”

Metropolis officers stated Airbnb-style, short-term leases are unlawful within the Previous Montreal neighborhood the place the constructing is positioned. The hearth came about on the Édifice William-Watson-Ogilvie, in-built 1890, the town stated.

Bergevin stated in a textual content message Sunday that the alarm system had been changed in 2019 and was usually examined.

Shane stated nobody has been charged in reference to the fireplace and that the trigger stays below investigation.

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MONTREAL — Montreal’s mayor vowed Monday to tighten regulation of Airbnb as a search continued for six folks lacking after a fireplace swept via a constructing that included Airbnb models in a historic metropolis part the place they’re banned.

Firefighters initially thought there was one individual lacking within the blaze Thursday within the japanese Canadian metropolis. Nonetheless, stories emerged later of unlawful Airbnb models within the greater than 130-year-old constructing, and authorities up to date the lacking over the weekend to seven, together with some from the USA.

Montreal police reported pulling the physique of a lady from the rubble Sunday night.

Montreal police Inspector David Shane stated the six who’re nonetheless lacking are from Quebec, Ontario and the U.S., including that investigators have contacted their households. The hearth additionally injured 9 folks, together with two who have been hospitalized.

The reason for the fireplace is being investigated.

Montreal Mayor Valérie Plante stated the constructing included unlawful Airbnb models in addition to an architect’s workplace. Plante stated Airbnb ought to have demanded that unit homeowners present a allow quantity from the Quebec provincial authorities.

“What occurred here’s a full tragedy,” Plante stated. “Clearly, we’d not be on this place if we had been coping with an organization that took its obligations significantly and stated to those homeowners ‘You don’t have a certificates, you can’t lease your unit.’” And that will power individuals who wish to act illegally and don’t pay taxes to not escape their obligations.”

Plante stated she deliberate to work with the Quebec provincial authorities to tighten rules on short-term leases.

Nathan Rotman, Airbnb’s regional coverage lead for Canada, stated in a emailed assertion: “Our hearts exit to the victims of this tragedy, and to their households and family members. We’re offering our assist to these affected, and we’re aiding legislation enforcement as they examine. We’re additionally engaged with the mayor’s workplace.”

Alexandre Bergevin, a lawyer for the constructing’s proprietor — Emile-Haim Benamor — stated on Sunday that Airbnb leases within the constructing weren’t being operated by his shopper however by tenants, including that steps had been taken to cease the follow.

Montreal fireplace operations chief Martin Guilbault stated firefighters would start dismantling the second and third flooring of the constructing Monday.

Shane stated the police power’s fireplace unit used a drone to assist find the physique of the girl that was eliminated Sunday.

“The idea is that there are six extra folks inside,” Shane stated. “The totally different steps we’ve taken (recommend) these people who find themselves nonetheless lacking are most likely within the rubble, sadly.”

Metropolis officers stated Airbnb-style, short-term leases are unlawful within the Previous Montreal neighborhood the place the constructing is positioned. The hearth came about on the Édifice William-Watson-Ogilvie, in-built 1890, the town stated.

Bergevin stated in a textual content message Sunday that the alarm system had been changed in 2019 and was usually examined.

Shane stated nobody has been charged in reference to the fireplace and that the trigger stays below investigation.

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MONTREAL — Montreal’s mayor vowed Monday to tighten regulation of Airbnb as a search continued for six folks lacking after a fireplace swept via a constructing that included Airbnb models in a historic metropolis part the place they’re banned.

Firefighters initially thought there was one individual lacking within the blaze Thursday within the japanese Canadian metropolis. Nonetheless, stories emerged later of unlawful Airbnb models within the greater than 130-year-old constructing, and authorities up to date the lacking over the weekend to seven, together with some from the USA.

Montreal police reported pulling the physique of a lady from the rubble Sunday night.

Montreal police Inspector David Shane stated the six who’re nonetheless lacking are from Quebec, Ontario and the U.S., including that investigators have contacted their households. The hearth additionally injured 9 folks, together with two who have been hospitalized.

The reason for the fireplace is being investigated.

Montreal Mayor Valérie Plante stated the constructing included unlawful Airbnb models in addition to an architect’s workplace. Plante stated Airbnb ought to have demanded that unit homeowners present a allow quantity from the Quebec provincial authorities.

“What occurred here’s a full tragedy,” Plante stated. “Clearly, we’d not be on this place if we had been coping with an organization that took its obligations significantly and stated to those homeowners ‘You don’t have a certificates, you can’t lease your unit.’” And that will power individuals who wish to act illegally and don’t pay taxes to not escape their obligations.”

Plante stated she deliberate to work with the Quebec provincial authorities to tighten rules on short-term leases.

Nathan Rotman, Airbnb’s regional coverage lead for Canada, stated in a emailed assertion: “Our hearts exit to the victims of this tragedy, and to their households and family members. We’re offering our assist to these affected, and we’re aiding legislation enforcement as they examine. We’re additionally engaged with the mayor’s workplace.”

Alexandre Bergevin, a lawyer for the constructing’s proprietor — Emile-Haim Benamor — stated on Sunday that Airbnb leases within the constructing weren’t being operated by his shopper however by tenants, including that steps had been taken to cease the follow.

Montreal fireplace operations chief Martin Guilbault stated firefighters would start dismantling the second and third flooring of the constructing Monday.

Shane stated the police power’s fireplace unit used a drone to assist find the physique of the girl that was eliminated Sunday.

“The idea is that there are six extra folks inside,” Shane stated. “The totally different steps we’ve taken (recommend) these people who find themselves nonetheless lacking are most likely within the rubble, sadly.”

Metropolis officers stated Airbnb-style, short-term leases are unlawful within the Previous Montreal neighborhood the place the constructing is positioned. The hearth came about on the Édifice William-Watson-Ogilvie, in-built 1890, the town stated.

Bergevin stated in a textual content message Sunday that the alarm system had been changed in 2019 and was usually examined.

Shane stated nobody has been charged in reference to the fireplace and that the trigger stays below investigation.

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MONTREAL — Montreal’s mayor vowed Monday to tighten regulation of Airbnb as a search continued for six folks lacking after a fireplace swept via a constructing that included Airbnb models in a historic metropolis part the place they’re banned.

Firefighters initially thought there was one individual lacking within the blaze Thursday within the japanese Canadian metropolis. Nonetheless, stories emerged later of unlawful Airbnb models within the greater than 130-year-old constructing, and authorities up to date the lacking over the weekend to seven, together with some from the USA.

Montreal police reported pulling the physique of a lady from the rubble Sunday night.

Montreal police Inspector David Shane stated the six who’re nonetheless lacking are from Quebec, Ontario and the U.S., including that investigators have contacted their households. The hearth additionally injured 9 folks, together with two who have been hospitalized.

The reason for the fireplace is being investigated.

Montreal Mayor Valérie Plante stated the constructing included unlawful Airbnb models in addition to an architect’s workplace. Plante stated Airbnb ought to have demanded that unit homeowners present a allow quantity from the Quebec provincial authorities.

“What occurred here’s a full tragedy,” Plante stated. “Clearly, we’d not be on this place if we had been coping with an organization that took its obligations significantly and stated to those homeowners ‘You don’t have a certificates, you can’t lease your unit.’” And that will power individuals who wish to act illegally and don’t pay taxes to not escape their obligations.”

Plante stated she deliberate to work with the Quebec provincial authorities to tighten rules on short-term leases.

Nathan Rotman, Airbnb’s regional coverage lead for Canada, stated in a emailed assertion: “Our hearts exit to the victims of this tragedy, and to their households and family members. We’re offering our assist to these affected, and we’re aiding legislation enforcement as they examine. We’re additionally engaged with the mayor’s workplace.”

Alexandre Bergevin, a lawyer for the constructing’s proprietor — Emile-Haim Benamor — stated on Sunday that Airbnb leases within the constructing weren’t being operated by his shopper however by tenants, including that steps had been taken to cease the follow.

Montreal fireplace operations chief Martin Guilbault stated firefighters would start dismantling the second and third flooring of the constructing Monday.

Shane stated the police power’s fireplace unit used a drone to assist find the physique of the girl that was eliminated Sunday.

“The idea is that there are six extra folks inside,” Shane stated. “The totally different steps we’ve taken (recommend) these people who find themselves nonetheless lacking are most likely within the rubble, sadly.”

Metropolis officers stated Airbnb-style, short-term leases are unlawful within the Previous Montreal neighborhood the place the constructing is positioned. The hearth came about on the Édifice William-Watson-Ogilvie, in-built 1890, the town stated.

Bergevin stated in a textual content message Sunday that the alarm system had been changed in 2019 and was usually examined.

Shane stated nobody has been charged in reference to the fireplace and that the trigger stays below investigation.

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MONTREAL — Montreal’s mayor vowed Monday to tighten regulation of Airbnb as a search continued for six folks lacking after a fireplace swept via a constructing that included Airbnb models in a historic metropolis part the place they’re banned.

Firefighters initially thought there was one individual lacking within the blaze Thursday within the japanese Canadian metropolis. Nonetheless, stories emerged later of unlawful Airbnb models within the greater than 130-year-old constructing, and authorities up to date the lacking over the weekend to seven, together with some from the USA.

Montreal police reported pulling the physique of a lady from the rubble Sunday night.

Montreal police Inspector David Shane stated the six who’re nonetheless lacking are from Quebec, Ontario and the U.S., including that investigators have contacted their households. The hearth additionally injured 9 folks, together with two who have been hospitalized.

The reason for the fireplace is being investigated.

Montreal Mayor Valérie Plante stated the constructing included unlawful Airbnb models in addition to an architect’s workplace. Plante stated Airbnb ought to have demanded that unit homeowners present a allow quantity from the Quebec provincial authorities.

“What occurred here’s a full tragedy,” Plante stated. “Clearly, we’d not be on this place if we had been coping with an organization that took its obligations significantly and stated to those homeowners ‘You don’t have a certificates, you can’t lease your unit.’” And that will power individuals who wish to act illegally and don’t pay taxes to not escape their obligations.”

Plante stated she deliberate to work with the Quebec provincial authorities to tighten rules on short-term leases.

Nathan Rotman, Airbnb’s regional coverage lead for Canada, stated in a emailed assertion: “Our hearts exit to the victims of this tragedy, and to their households and family members. We’re offering our assist to these affected, and we’re aiding legislation enforcement as they examine. We’re additionally engaged with the mayor’s workplace.”

Alexandre Bergevin, a lawyer for the constructing’s proprietor — Emile-Haim Benamor — stated on Sunday that Airbnb leases within the constructing weren’t being operated by his shopper however by tenants, including that steps had been taken to cease the follow.

Montreal fireplace operations chief Martin Guilbault stated firefighters would start dismantling the second and third flooring of the constructing Monday.

Shane stated the police power’s fireplace unit used a drone to assist find the physique of the girl that was eliminated Sunday.

“The idea is that there are six extra folks inside,” Shane stated. “The totally different steps we’ve taken (recommend) these people who find themselves nonetheless lacking are most likely within the rubble, sadly.”

Metropolis officers stated Airbnb-style, short-term leases are unlawful within the Previous Montreal neighborhood the place the constructing is positioned. The hearth came about on the Édifice William-Watson-Ogilvie, in-built 1890, the town stated.

Bergevin stated in a textual content message Sunday that the alarm system had been changed in 2019 and was usually examined.

Shane stated nobody has been charged in reference to the fireplace and that the trigger stays below investigation.

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MONTREAL — Montreal’s mayor vowed Monday to tighten regulation of Airbnb as a search continued for six folks lacking after a fireplace swept via a constructing that included Airbnb models in a historic metropolis part the place they’re banned.

Firefighters initially thought there was one individual lacking within the blaze Thursday within the japanese Canadian metropolis. Nonetheless, stories emerged later of unlawful Airbnb models within the greater than 130-year-old constructing, and authorities up to date the lacking over the weekend to seven, together with some from the USA.

Montreal police reported pulling the physique of a lady from the rubble Sunday night.

Montreal police Inspector David Shane stated the six who’re nonetheless lacking are from Quebec, Ontario and the U.S., including that investigators have contacted their households. The hearth additionally injured 9 folks, together with two who have been hospitalized.

The reason for the fireplace is being investigated.

Montreal Mayor Valérie Plante stated the constructing included unlawful Airbnb models in addition to an architect’s workplace. Plante stated Airbnb ought to have demanded that unit homeowners present a allow quantity from the Quebec provincial authorities.

“What occurred here’s a full tragedy,” Plante stated. “Clearly, we’d not be on this place if we had been coping with an organization that took its obligations significantly and stated to those homeowners ‘You don’t have a certificates, you can’t lease your unit.’” And that will power individuals who wish to act illegally and don’t pay taxes to not escape their obligations.”

Plante stated she deliberate to work with the Quebec provincial authorities to tighten rules on short-term leases.

Nathan Rotman, Airbnb’s regional coverage lead for Canada, stated in a emailed assertion: “Our hearts exit to the victims of this tragedy, and to their households and family members. We’re offering our assist to these affected, and we’re aiding legislation enforcement as they examine. We’re additionally engaged with the mayor’s workplace.”

Alexandre Bergevin, a lawyer for the constructing’s proprietor — Emile-Haim Benamor — stated on Sunday that Airbnb leases within the constructing weren’t being operated by his shopper however by tenants, including that steps had been taken to cease the follow.

Montreal fireplace operations chief Martin Guilbault stated firefighters would start dismantling the second and third flooring of the constructing Monday.

Shane stated the police power’s fireplace unit used a drone to assist find the physique of the girl that was eliminated Sunday.

“The idea is that there are six extra folks inside,” Shane stated. “The totally different steps we’ve taken (recommend) these people who find themselves nonetheless lacking are most likely within the rubble, sadly.”

Metropolis officers stated Airbnb-style, short-term leases are unlawful within the Previous Montreal neighborhood the place the constructing is positioned. The hearth came about on the Édifice William-Watson-Ogilvie, in-built 1890, the town stated.

Bergevin stated in a textual content message Sunday that the alarm system had been changed in 2019 and was usually examined.

Shane stated nobody has been charged in reference to the fireplace and that the trigger stays below investigation.

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MONTREAL — Montreal’s mayor vowed Monday to tighten regulation of Airbnb as a search continued for six folks lacking after a fireplace swept via a constructing that included Airbnb models in a historic metropolis part the place they’re banned.

Firefighters initially thought there was one individual lacking within the blaze Thursday within the japanese Canadian metropolis. Nonetheless, stories emerged later of unlawful Airbnb models within the greater than 130-year-old constructing, and authorities up to date the lacking over the weekend to seven, together with some from the USA.

Montreal police reported pulling the physique of a lady from the rubble Sunday night.

Montreal police Inspector David Shane stated the six who’re nonetheless lacking are from Quebec, Ontario and the U.S., including that investigators have contacted their households. The hearth additionally injured 9 folks, together with two who have been hospitalized.

The reason for the fireplace is being investigated.

Montreal Mayor Valérie Plante stated the constructing included unlawful Airbnb models in addition to an architect’s workplace. Plante stated Airbnb ought to have demanded that unit homeowners present a allow quantity from the Quebec provincial authorities.

“What occurred here’s a full tragedy,” Plante stated. “Clearly, we’d not be on this place if we had been coping with an organization that took its obligations significantly and stated to those homeowners ‘You don’t have a certificates, you can’t lease your unit.’” And that will power individuals who wish to act illegally and don’t pay taxes to not escape their obligations.”

Plante stated she deliberate to work with the Quebec provincial authorities to tighten rules on short-term leases.

Nathan Rotman, Airbnb’s regional coverage lead for Canada, stated in a emailed assertion: “Our hearts exit to the victims of this tragedy, and to their households and family members. We’re offering our assist to these affected, and we’re aiding legislation enforcement as they examine. We’re additionally engaged with the mayor’s workplace.”

Alexandre Bergevin, a lawyer for the constructing’s proprietor — Emile-Haim Benamor — stated on Sunday that Airbnb leases within the constructing weren’t being operated by his shopper however by tenants, including that steps had been taken to cease the follow.

Montreal fireplace operations chief Martin Guilbault stated firefighters would start dismantling the second and third flooring of the constructing Monday.

Shane stated the police power’s fireplace unit used a drone to assist find the physique of the girl that was eliminated Sunday.

“The idea is that there are six extra folks inside,” Shane stated. “The totally different steps we’ve taken (recommend) these people who find themselves nonetheless lacking are most likely within the rubble, sadly.”

Metropolis officers stated Airbnb-style, short-term leases are unlawful within the Previous Montreal neighborhood the place the constructing is positioned. The hearth came about on the Édifice William-Watson-Ogilvie, in-built 1890, the town stated.

Bergevin stated in a textual content message Sunday that the alarm system had been changed in 2019 and was usually examined.

Shane stated nobody has been charged in reference to the fireplace and that the trigger stays below investigation.

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MONTREAL — Montreal’s mayor vowed Monday to tighten regulation of Airbnb as a search continued for six folks lacking after a fireplace swept via a constructing that included Airbnb models in a historic metropolis part the place they’re banned.

Firefighters initially thought there was one individual lacking within the blaze Thursday within the japanese Canadian metropolis. Nonetheless, stories emerged later of unlawful Airbnb models within the greater than 130-year-old constructing, and authorities up to date the lacking over the weekend to seven, together with some from the USA.

Montreal police reported pulling the physique of a lady from the rubble Sunday night.

Montreal police Inspector David Shane stated the six who’re nonetheless lacking are from Quebec, Ontario and the U.S., including that investigators have contacted their households. The hearth additionally injured 9 folks, together with two who have been hospitalized.

The reason for the fireplace is being investigated.

Montreal Mayor Valérie Plante stated the constructing included unlawful Airbnb models in addition to an architect’s workplace. Plante stated Airbnb ought to have demanded that unit homeowners present a allow quantity from the Quebec provincial authorities.

“What occurred here’s a full tragedy,” Plante stated. “Clearly, we’d not be on this place if we had been coping with an organization that took its obligations significantly and stated to those homeowners ‘You don’t have a certificates, you can’t lease your unit.’” And that will power individuals who wish to act illegally and don’t pay taxes to not escape their obligations.”

Plante stated she deliberate to work with the Quebec provincial authorities to tighten rules on short-term leases.

Nathan Rotman, Airbnb’s regional coverage lead for Canada, stated in a emailed assertion: “Our hearts exit to the victims of this tragedy, and to their households and family members. We’re offering our assist to these affected, and we’re aiding legislation enforcement as they examine. We’re additionally engaged with the mayor’s workplace.”

Alexandre Bergevin, a lawyer for the constructing’s proprietor — Emile-Haim Benamor — stated on Sunday that Airbnb leases within the constructing weren’t being operated by his shopper however by tenants, including that steps had been taken to cease the follow.

Montreal fireplace operations chief Martin Guilbault stated firefighters would start dismantling the second and third flooring of the constructing Monday.

Shane stated the police power’s fireplace unit used a drone to assist find the physique of the girl that was eliminated Sunday.

“The idea is that there are six extra folks inside,” Shane stated. “The totally different steps we’ve taken (recommend) these people who find themselves nonetheless lacking are most likely within the rubble, sadly.”

Metropolis officers stated Airbnb-style, short-term leases are unlawful within the Previous Montreal neighborhood the place the constructing is positioned. The hearth came about on the Édifice William-Watson-Ogilvie, in-built 1890, the town stated.

Bergevin stated in a textual content message Sunday that the alarm system had been changed in 2019 and was usually examined.

Shane stated nobody has been charged in reference to the fireplace and that the trigger stays below investigation.

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