The consortium responsible for the construction of the new Champlain Bridge say it has increased the number of workers and even added a second shift to make sure the project is completed by its deadline of December 2018.
Justin Trudeau offered relatively mild criticism on Thursday of a new Quebec law that bans people from providing or receiving public services with their faces covered and asserted that it's not up to the federal government to challenge its constitutionality.
The bodies of two men have been removed from an ice arena in southeastern British Columbia following an ammonia leak that killed three people as officials try to piece together a timeline leading up to the deadly incident.
The mayoral candidates for Cote des Neiges-Notre Dame de Grace met the public and debated each other Wednesday, but before the first question was asked the incumbent was already attacking Projet Montreal's stance over Bill 62.
Ontario politicians took the unusual step Thursday of using time in the legislature to unanimously condemn a law passed by Quebec that bans anyone from giving or receiving public services with their face covered.