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The city wants people to stay away from the wild canines and never, ever, feed them
Last Friday, Samantha Theoret discovered a man committing a lewd act in the chat room her 10-year-old son Evan had joined.
Local company ¾ Ounce Tonic creates perfect syrups you can use in cocktails or as an alternative to commercial soft drinks.
A Montreal-based company specializing in high-end retreats was recently sold for enough money to guarantee its founder a permanent five-star vacation, but he says he’s just getting started.
Construction on the Turcot Interchange, along with the massive revisions to water supply and sewage lines, is displacing rats from their usual homes.
Bancroft Elementary School marked its 100th anniversary with a gala event that attracted former students and staff from the past eight decades.
They say their children face unacceptable wait times in order to be diagnosed and to begin receiving treatment.
Going shopping with her brother convinced one woman to launch a class action lawsuit on behalf of women across Quebec.
Tania Gokhool and Mater Diouf were engaged on Valentine's Day 2017 in Lionel Groulx metro station
In an open letter in La Presse Tuesday, McGill University philosophy professor Charles Taylor wrote that he is urging the government to resist any legislation that could create further divisions.
Human sexuality professor Jim Pfaus on love, sexuality and desire – and what we can learn from teaching rats fetishes.
Romance may be in the air on Valentine's Day, but RCMP say those looking for love online need to protect their wallets as well as their hearts.
The Quebec government is dishing out nearly $57 million into making 80 arenas and curling clubs safer and more modern.
They’re called Hockey Puck cookies and they're a cult favourite for foodies in the know.
Montreal's population has grown over the past five years, although it is not growing as fast as the Canadian average.
Quebec's funeral directors are trying to make sure photos taken during services are displayed with dignity.
The waiting list for children who need major dental surgery is growing. McGill Dentistry Dean Paul Allison believes the problem could be prevented
According to data released Tuesday by the provincial government's Statistics Institute, anyone who earns more than $61,200 after taxes is among Quebec's economic elite.
Many anglophone seniors in the Lanaudiere don’t speak French, making getting access to health and social services difficult – but a new service is making that easier.
A fisherman who lives in Rouyn-Noranda is very excited about the large fish he caught on the weekend.
Some B.C. motorcyclists are calling for permission to ride between lanes.
The hotter, the better, is the philosophy of Laurence Isaac who specializes in making all-natural hot sauce coulis.
The family of an elderly woman who was injured at a geriatric centre is calling on the province to install surveillance cameras inside group homes for seniors.
For years students from elementary schools to Cegeps have been asked to weigh in during phys. ed class.
It's a practice that thousands of people say is demeaning, and they're asking the National Assembly to stop it.
For the past seven years, indigenous advocates have dreamed of changing a former hospital on Lucien L'Allier St. into an urban aboriginal health centre.
Dr. Jaime Greenspoon said she has seen a steady increase in children with such severe dental problems that they require general anesthestic to be treated.
A car crash, a skiing accident, a fall on an icy sidewalk -- all can lead to a concussion.
The American government is once again stripping funding from non-governmental groups that discuss abortion.
Chef Jae-Anthony serves up jerk chicken poutine at his Caribbean restaurant Seasoned Dreams.
Hybrids, modified cars and luxury vehicles – the 49th Montreal International Auto Show opens Friday at Palais des congrès.