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While most of Quebec’s children get ready to head back to school this week, others will be forced to stay home because of their immigration status.
Contract talks continue between Canada Post and its largest union, but neither side is hinting as to whether any progress has been made.
A sea of red and white jammed a parade route to celebrate Canada’s athletes, including quadruple medallist Penny Oleksiak in her Toronto neighbourhood Sunday.
Montreal police are looking for a driver who walked away from their car after crashing into a tree in RDP early on Sunday morning.
Police and airline officials say two United Airlines pilots have been arrested for suspected intoxication before they were to fly 141 passengers from Scotland to the United States.
As the school year begins, Educ’alcool is launching a campaign to promote responsible drinking on CEGEP and university campuses.
Quebec City’s only English-language CEGEP has had to turn away hundreds of students due to jam-packed registration.
The demolition of a section of the Bonaventure Expressway has led to more road closures over the weekend.
The Quebec Solidaire caucus is meeting on Sunday to discuss its strategy for the upcoming parliamentary session and increasing the minimum wage to $15 an hour will be among its priorities.
The Montreal Impact stunned one of the hottest team's in MLS on Saturday by blanking Toronto FC 1-0 in the latest edition of the 401 Derby.
A new mother is melting hearts all over the internet with photos of her baby dressed up as pop culture icons such as Beyoncé, Han Solo and Jon Snow.
Quebec’s garlic farmers may not want to attract many vampires, but they are hoping to see their crops become more popular among humans in the province.
A 41-year-old man was shot and killed by police on Friday night in the town of St-Cyrille-de-Wendover, near Drummondville.
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