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Hiking up the trails of Montagne Noire, you can find a tragic piece of Canadian history among the serenity of nature.
Rob Lurie explains how he learned about a group of men who died near St. Donat while training for WWII. His special report airs Oct. 13 at 6 p.m.
Politicians are being asked to form campaign ads with their take on pot legislation. The tax revenues could be great, but there are still risks -- especially to teens
Help is being made available for those with non-traditional gender identification but legislation is needed, Aphrodite Salas reports.
A timeline of notable events in black history in Quebec and Canada, from 1605 to 2015.
It's a centuries-old practice that still stirs debate today. Maya Johnson examines the controversy surrounding blackface in this special report.
Most parents share a common dream of seeing their children become independent and moving out of the family home to start their own lives.
Recent news stories of sexual assault have broken open the discussion of consent and assault, but teens are the least likely to disclose these crimes.
E-cigarettes are growing in popularity, but Health Canada is not enforcing regulations banning their sale, leaving the marketplace open to anything.
Donny Prashker has spent $25,000 on private therapy for his autistic daughter.
Frank Conlon is joined by his son CTV reporter Derek Conlon on a trip to mark the 70th anniversary of D-Day.
Harold Rosenberg tells the dark tale of Black Market Babies, who were sold as children to Jewish families in Montreal.
Canadians have half a billion dollars sitting unclaimed in forgotten bank accounts.
In March 2014 we take you behind the scenes of the Montreal Casino, Quebec City's Citadelle, and much more.
Discover some of Montreal's best-kept secrets as CTV Montreal takes you behind the scenes.
The public rarely takes male anorexia seriously. Watch Aprodite Salas's special report.