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Federal Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould has named two new judges for Quebec.
Rose Brewer, who calls herself an activist scholar, is speaking Thursday at UQAM as part of University in the Street
Airline captain Melissa Haney is getting her own a commemorative stamp.
Thousands of schoolchildren will be heading back to school with new shoes and school supplies courtesy of the Welcome Hall Mission.
Commuters taking the metro might have noticed it’s gotten a bit more literary of late and that’s because of the pet project of one Montreal woman with a passion for the written word.
14-year-old Felix Bouchard’s summer job is busking in Quebec City
Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales says the free online encyclopedia has emerged as a trusted source of information in an era of fake news.
The century-old building housing the shelter is temporarily closing for some much-needed repairs.
When the annual Montreal LGBTQ Parade heads down Rene-Levesque Blvd. on Aug. 20, members of Canada’s Armed Forces won’t have to ask permission to be there. In fact, for the first time ever, attendance is being encouraged by the top brass.
Montreal city councillor Frantz Benjamin on what the next steps will be for the asylum seekers flocking over the border.
An artist living in Montreal is on a mission to help the city's homeless women.
As asylum seekers enter Canada in droves, Quebec and Ottawa are marshalling resources to cope with refugees, but there is no guarantee people will be allowed to stay.
After 3 years in office, Nina Marie Fite leaves her post as Consul—a job that caters to the needs of 30,000 US citizens living in Montreal.
When nuns first arrived in Quebec City, 378 years ago, they were trailblazers not just in coming to the New World, but in setting up hospitals and health care.
Band councillors, social workers, and other indigenous women are learning leadership skills at a Montreal university.
After years on the force, a familiar face from the Laval police discusses the trials of being the point of contact for local crime.
Montreal musician Annakin Slayd was in Cooperstown for Tim Raines' inauguration into the Baseball Hall of Fame
Billy Two Rivers, originally from the Kahnawake reserve, is suing musician Van Morrison after his image was used on the cover of Morrison’s new album sans permission.
After wrapping up his studies at McGill medical school for the semester, Laurent Duvernay-Tardif is about to return to his full-time job – on the offensive line for the Kansas City Chiefs.
The Quebec government is moving ahead with its plan to battle systemic racism in the province by holding public consultations later this year.
Teresa Dellar, Executive Director of the West Island Palliative Care Residence, and Noah Neuberth, a student volunteer.
A nurse in Longueuil is empowering women in Central America by training midwives there.
With texting drivers an ongoing hazard, a Montreal inventor thinks he has found the perfect solution to make roads safer.
Two years after a famed Greek Orthodox church burned to the ground, parishioners are anticipating its resurrection.
Students say Julie Payette's latest accomplishment is inspiring a new generation of young women and girls.
Fifteen students who want to work in the medical field are taking part in a pilot project at the West Island Palliative Care Centre.
Groups that assist homeless people say they are well on their way to getting 2,000 Montrealers off the streets and into housing by the year 2020.
Former provincial Finance Minister Raymond Bachand will be Quebec's chief negotiator for the renegotiations of NAFTA.
Concordia University will be receiving $53 million from the federal and provincial governments, as well as private donors, to invest in research and innovation.
A rookie Montreal police officer is being hailed as a hero after taking swift action to save a woman caught in a flash flood.