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A German-themed dog café offers traditional European fare for Montrealers and their beloved 'hunde.'
Justin Trudeau and his family were in Villeray to celebrate; festivities are taking place across the province.
A few holes remain and some greenery needs to be planted, but the lion's share of the work is complete.
For Kimberley Manning, the recent passing of a bill providing protection under the law to Canada’s transgender and gender-fluid communities marks the end of a fight for her daughter’s future.
Kavis Reed wants to see the football team win a Grey Cup.
At a public meeting to discuss the future of the Lachine Canal, people suggested improving bicycle paths, cleaning the water, and doing more to encourage those who live near the park to use it.
A trio of safe injection sites is now open in Montreal.
A multi-generation Middle Eastern bakery serves up decadence at two locations.
Water safety experts are warning parents to keep a close eye on their kids when in the water.
A new parents group is calling for the end of school segregation in school, saying students in the province are separated by the level of their parents’ wealth and by levels of talent.
A new survey released on Father’s Day shows that many Quebec men find it hard to reconcile their family and work lives.
This Father's Day, Betsy Roddy will write two cards: one to her dad, and the other to her late great-grandmother, Sonora Smart Dodd. The second card is a century-old family tradition honouring the Mother of Father's Day.
Landlords are extremely upset about a new website that shares information about the cost of renting an apartment.
The provincial government is devoting $45 million to a new plan to counter elder abuse.
Courts in five provinces are examining a settlement that will allow stores to charge more to customers who use premium credit cards.
A Montreal woman was threatened with a $1,000 fine when police cadets spotted her sunbathing topless in a park.
Father's Day weekend serves as a reminder to men to check their prostates. Dr. Peter Chan has organized a free medical clinic.
Quebec beer lovers will now get a chance to buy a special 12-pack made for Canada’s 150th birthday, after the SAQ worked out a deal to sell them in liquor stores.
This August the province will roll out 100 new pre-kindergarten classes across Quebec, including at 14 schools in Montreal.
BC chef George Lenser breathes life into traditional Mohawk dishes
Former mixed martial arts champion Georges St-Pierre squared off against pint-sized opponents to teach children about bullying.
With safe injection sites set to open later this year in Montreal, parents of with children at Marguerite Bourgeoys school are growing concerned.
Fans of fast cars caught glimpses of drivers, cars, and the Gilles Villeneuve racetrack.
The city of Montreal has officially purchased the resting place of Jeanne Mance, founder of Montreal.
The Relay for Life hits close to home for CTV weather announcer Lori Graham after cancer touched her family.
The Defi Bonneville 808 is a gruelling, 808-kilometre ride in two days.
Quebec says it plans to hold a series of public consultations starting this summer on how to handle the legalization of cannabis in 2018.
Food Chain is a fast food restaurant—without the burgers and fries. It’s a vegetarian concept from the folks who opened Montreal Plaza.
Some bees are now living on the roof of homeless shelter Acceuil Bonneau and those caring for them find salvation in the task.
A foodie's favourite fundraiser, Montreal chefs are gathering for 'Table of Hope' and event to raise money for local foodbanks