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A Montreal company has just received the largest investment ever for a Canadian tech startup – and the cash is coming from local sources.
27 people are diagnosed every day in Canada with a brain tumour. The Montreal Neurological Institute is holding its fundraiser.
Jean Fortier has abandoned his bid to become mayor of Montreal, although his name will remain on the ballot.
When Saada Farah Abdi immigrated to Canada from her native Somalia, she found herself with few job skills.
Terry DiMonte and Teresa Dellar discuss the Cdn Hospice Palliative Care media award
Mayor Denis Coderre talks about his plan to continue to encourage investment in Montreal.
The West Island Palliative Care residence is marking 15 years of helping people be comfortable in their final days.
James Carter has spent his life championing the right to receive health care in English
Denis Coderre discusses his platforms, candidate vetting, and his opponent's "unrealistic" plans
Mayor Denis Coderre is promising to spend $5 million on community organizations; Valerie Plante wants to connect Lachine and Montreal North through a new metro line.
In a longstanding tradition, the Montreal Alouettes served Thanksgiving dinner at the Welcome Hall Mission
Former NHLer Theo Fleury's book 'Playing with Fire' is now a play at the Centaur Theatre. Fleury and director Ron Jenkins talk about the pla
More than 50 people slept in Dorchester Square Thursday night to raise awareness and funds for Dans La Rue.
The company has been in Montreal for two decades, and CEO Yannis Mallat explains how the company is opening a new office in the Saguenay.
Monster Towel and Epic Wipes squared off, both vying for a $50,000 prize for funding. James Haugland of Epic Wipes explains.
Former prime minister Jean Chretien says Canadians shouldn't worry too much about U.S. President Donald Trump's threats to tear up the North American Free trade Agreement.
The Projet Montreal leader explains her plans and how she can represent all Montrealers
Karl Subban talks about his book 'How We Did It: The Subban Plan for Success in Hockey, School and Life'.
The famous annual Centraide Generosity March is Wednesday, with hundreds carrying umbrellas, marching downtown.
The CAQ leader talks about Genevieve Guilbault’s win, and how he thinks his party is a government-in-waiting
The Mauro Biello Field is at his former high school Marymount Academy in NDG, where he got his start playing soccer in the late 1980s before playing professionally from 1991 to 2009.
Mayor Denis Coderre explains why he should be re-elected to lead Montreal
Quebec's finance minister smiled widely on a New York City stage as dozens of U.S. investors carefully followed his words -- perhaps more closely than they had in recent years.
The two companies announced in a news release that Metro will acquire Jean Coutu Group shares, and Jean Coutu will receive a 75 per cent payout and 25 per cent in Metro shares.
Quebec businesswomen Isabelle Hudon will replace former Conservative M-P Lawrence Cannon as Canada's ambassador to France.
Sebastien Richard was sexually abused by the Congregation of the Holy Cross
VMWare volunteers were helping out at Moisson Montreal
An Amber Alert is an effective way of finding a lost child in danger. Montreal police Insp. Andre Durocher on what goes on behind the scenes.
Quebec’s finance minister discusses Bombardier, and what Quebec can do in the trade dispute
Quebec politicians are unanimous in standing up for a 'fleuron' of the province's industrial base.