Over the next two years, the City of Montreal says it plans to construct almost 30 parks and 400 "sponge" pavements to make them more resistant to heavy rainfall.
A 43-year-old man is in hospital after a stabbing in Montreal's Lachine borough.
On Tuesday, MPs will be electing a new Speaker of the House of Commons, in the wake of Anthony Rota's resignation. It will be a day for the Canadian political history books, as well as a day full of pomp and procedure. Here's what you need to know about the role, the contenders, and the process.
A 79-year-old woman was killed on Saturday in a seniors' residence in Terrebonne, in the Lanaudière region north of Montreal. An 81-year-old man is considered a suspect in the case, but he is still unconscious in hospital.
The demand for services at the Depot Community Food Centre in NDG has gotten so high that, for the first time since it opened, the organization has had to start turning people away.
Parti Québécois (PQ) candidate Pascal Paradis has won the byelection in the Quebec City area riding of Jean-Talon Monday, knocking the Coalition Avenir Québec (CAQ) candidate to second place and growing the PQ's modest presence in the National Assembly.
After losing their bid to stop construction at the site of a former Montreal hospital, a group of Indigenous women who believe there could be unmarked graves there say they fear evidence could be compromised if construction work continues.
A 12-year-old girl drowned Sunday at the Bedard Quarry in Kahnawake, Que., on Montreal's South Shore. Kahnawake Peacekeepers say they were called to the scene just before 5:30 p.m. When they arrived, two non-local youth told them their 12-year-old friend had jumped into the water from a cliff and had not resurfaced.
Sûreté du Québec (SQ) divers found the lifeless body of a five-year-old child who had fallen into the Saint-Maurice River in the Mauricie region at noon on Monday.
More Quebecers visited Quebec museums in 2022, but as in many cultural sectors, the figures still haven't reached pre-pandemic levels.
There is a plaque at the entrance to the Albert Saint-Martin Park in Montreal's Plateau that honours the Quebec workers' rights activist who learned and worked to spread Esperanto in the province.
The CSD-Construction union, which represents 25,000 workers in the industry, is concerned about the reform that Quebec Labour Minister Jean Boulet wants to implement.
A 23-year-old man who was the victim of an assault with a weapon on Sunday afternoon in Montreal succumbed to his injuries, police announced later in the evening.
Forwards Joel Armia and Alex Newhook, as well as defenceman Gustav Lindstrom, are dealing with upper-body injuries, and, as a result their condition, will be reassessed on a daily basis, the Montreal Canadiens announced on Monday.
The Canadian military has withdrawn the one remaining conduct charge against Lt.-Gen. Steven Whelan, ending the court martial that was slated to run the rest of the week.
As Canadians prepare for another respiratory virus season this fall and winter, some may be curious to know if what they have is a cold, flu or possibly COVID-19. With rapid antigen tests being one popular option, CTV News looks at how many are still in stock in Canada and where you can get one.
Following a major power outage last week, the effects of which are still being felt, Laurentian Bank has announced the departure of its president and chief executive officer, Rania Llewellyn, and its board chairman Michael Mueller.
Montreal police are launching an investigation to shed light on the circumstances surrounding the possible arson of two vehicles in the LaSalle borough on Sunday night.
School support workers in Quebec are threatening to go on strike in a matter of weeks, as more than half say they can't afford to pay for the basics of living. From 2020 to 2021, the average salary of a school support staff employee was $24,284 a year, says Andrea Di Tomaso, a spokesperson with the Fédération des employées et employés de services publics (FEESP-CSN).
Amid a rise in COVID-19 cases, the University of Montreal Hospital (CHUM) is bringing back its mask mandate starting Monday. The rule applies to anyone entering a patient’s room or care area—including visitors, staff and physicians, a CHUM spokesperson confirmed in a statement to CTV News on Saturday.
The radio system used by Montreal police and firefighters suddenly stopped working overnight, cutting off communication for about two hours.
Montreal's 10th vegan festival got underway Saturday at the Palais des Congres. With more people choosing plant-based diets, the festival has grown significantly over the past decade—and so have the options.
Montreal conductor Yannick Nezet-Seguin says he employed a secret weapon in teaching Bradley Cooper how to conduct like Leonard Bernstein in the upcoming biopic "Maestro" -- an earpiece.
During Canada’s worst forest fire year on record, a Montreal start-up says they’ve created a system to help authorities deal with future blazes.
At just five months old, Newton the Portuguese water dog is making a big impression with students.
A "solidarity garden" in Pierrefonds-Roxboro is growing vegetables on public land to share with neighbours in need. The borough inaugurated a newly redesigned garden earlier this week at Gouin Park that will help fill a local food bank.
The Ahuntsic-Cartierville borough in Montreal has a garden with 10,000 sunflowers. As the season ends, the borough now must decide what to do with the plants.
The Montreal Canadiens announced a number of changes to their medical team on Friday, including the retirement of Dr. David Mulder after a 60-year career with the organization.
The Quebec government intends to table a bill in the coming days to join the class action lawsuit brought by B.C. against dozens of pharmaceutical companies accused of trivializing the harmful effects of opioids.
Quebec announced Thursday that a new vaccination campaign for the seasonal flu and COVID-19 will be rolled out on Oct. 2 for vulnerable people.
Research carried out in Montreal has led to a better understanding of the link between diabetes and fatty liver disease, particularly with regard to the role played by inflammation.
The Coalition Avenir Quebec government wants to make private rooms free in all hospitals.
Many people have been able to enjoy the summer, while pushing away thoughts of the pandemic. This fall however, there's been a rise in cases of COVID 19 in Quebec and there's new information about how the virus behaves now and should be managed.
Current statistics on the already worrying housing situation underestimate the reality, argues Montreal housing advocate organization FRAPRU, which believes that the situation will get even worse.
At a time when the number of people experiencing homelessness is growing in Quebec, 16 addiction treatment centers have closed their doors in the last ten years, removing more than 800 beds for vulnerable populations in the province.
A new apartment building just for students is coming to downtown Montreal, just a few metro stops away from Concordia, McGill and UQAM. Located on the corner of St-Laurent Boulevard and Ontario Street, "Le Méridien" will house up to 281 students by the start of the 2026 academic year.
One person was arrested Friday as hundreds of protestors marched through the streets of Montreal to denounce the government’s response to climate change.
Premier François Legault has said that environmental groups should "applaud" Swedish company Northvolt's battery plant, even though the project would not be subject to an assessment by the Bureau d'audiences publiques sur l'environnement (BAPE).
As of Nov. 1, you might take home a little more cash after depositing your empties in Quebec -- depending on your drink of choice. The refund for most accepted containers will rise from five to 10 cents per item. But the refund for beer cans, previously set at 20 cents, will decrease to 10 cents for 'standardization reasons.'
Liberal members of Parliament are meeting this morning to discuss the historic vote expected later today to select a new House of Commons Speaker.
India has told Canada to remove 41 of its 62 diplomats in the country, an official familiar with the matter said Tuesday, ramping up a confrontation between the two countries over Canadian accusations that India may have been involved in the killing of a Sikh separatist leader in suburban Vancouver.
Bank of Canada deputy governor Nicolas Vincent says businesses are still raising their prices more frequently and by larger amounts than they did before the pandemic, which is contributing to higher-than-expected inflation.
From ultra-low interest rates that led to a huge spike in real estate demand to the speed with which interest rates shot up to levels not seen in a generation, it's been hard to keep up with the shifting landscape for mortgage holders.
An Environment Canada advisory that singled out Diwali fireworks as a reason to prepare for poor air quality last October was issued despite multiple warnings from some staff about it being discriminatory.
The 2023 lineup includes fan favorite Otis, who “moves less to catch more” according to the announcement video, and last year’s winner 747, who is rarely challenged for prime fishing spots. Now it’s time to meet the contenders:
Aggrieved and defiant, former U.S. president Donald Trump sat through hours of sometimes testy opening statements Monday in a fraud lawsuit that could cost him control of Trump Tower and other prized properties.
The House of Commons is set to pick a new Speaker, Manitobans go to the polls today, and homeowners in Canada brace for mortgage payment shock. Here's what you need to know to start your day.
Researchers have come up with categories for people who are addicted to the internet and for those who are at risk.