A second legal challenge has been filed against Bill 96, focusing on a rule requiring corporations to translate -- at their own cost -- court documents into French. This could include First Nations, one-person businesses, charities and all sorts of groups. Lawyers argue the rule is unconstitutional.
It's la Fête Nationale this Friday, and here’s a list of what’s open and closed in and around Montreal.
Politicians across the political spectrum in Quebec were swift to denounce the roll-back of reproductive rights south of the border Friday after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned the landmark case known as Roe v. Wade.
Quebec residents will be celebrating the provincial St-Jean Baptiste Day in-person today for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic forced organizers to cancel most festivities over the past two years.
Montreal police say they have located a missing 15-year-old boy from Saint-Leonard who was reported missing earlier Friday.
'Although our project is thwarted by Canadian multiculturalism... the French language must really become the language of use of all Quebecers,' Simon Jolin-Barrette told the Academie Francaise. Premier Legault later said he opposes multiculturalism, too.
The U.S. Supreme Court has ended the nation's constitutional protections for abortion that had been in place nearly 50 years in a decision by its conservative majority to overturn Roe v. Wade. Friday's outcome is expected to lead to abortion bans in roughly half the states.
Mathurin, who grew up in Montreal North and whose parents are from Haiti -- he speaks English, French, Spanish and Creole -- hugged his mom and sister before walking up to the stage. His pick, one of two Canadians snapped up in the first round, was celebrated across the country.
Longueuil police are investigating after a young woman died early Friday in a hit-and-run when she was crossing the street in Brossard.
A man is fighting for his life after being stabbed by his son in St-Laurent, police say.
Pope Francis will visit two Quebec locations over the course of two days during his late July visit, including holding a massive open-air Mass on the Plains of Abraham in Quebec City. The visit includes one relatively short meeting with local Indigenous leaders.
Support for the Coalition Avenir Quebec appears to be slipping, according to a recent poll.
The man whose body was found on June 18 in a parking lot near a Sherbrooke gas station succumbed to an accidental fall from the top of a cliff, police and a coroner have concluded.
People across Canada are still waiting for their passports. In downtown Montreal, people have been in line for days — tired and frustrated.
With gun incidents on the rise in Montreal, the Quebec government is investing $2 million in projects aimed specifically at prevention in seven boroughs of the metropolis.
When a teacher retires, they generally reflect on the past, but Carlyle Elementary School teacher Hanifya Scott can't help but think about what’s going to happen to her students in the future.
Quebec’s two new political parties might be vying for the same swath of voters, but Colin Standish, the leader of the Canadian Party of Quebec (CaPQ) and Balarama Holness, leader of Bloc Montreal, will not be collaborating anytime soon.
The court ruled that the worker had not in fact been dismissed, and that her refusal to wear the mask, without a medical exemption, amounted to a resignation on her part.
Many Quebecers have it hard finding a family doctor, but at least their income doesn’t depend on it. Thousands with lifelong disabilities risk losing, or have lost, crucial benefits because they can’t find a doctor willing to sign paperwork.
The Canadian Grand Prix is an exciting and glamorous affair -- but it can also be a dangerous one.
Lynne Baudouy knows she'll never get her son back -- but she says resenting the teenager who killed him won't bring him back either.
For racing fans in downtown Montreal checking out luxury cars and enjoying the celebrations around the return of the Canadian Grand Prix, this weekend could not come soon enough.
More than 32 years after a gunman motivated by a hatred of feminists opened fire at Ecole polytechnique, killing 14 women and injuring others, Nathalie Provost finally got to attend a convocation.
Looking for a new house? Don't forget to check out 80 Bernard St. West, in Montreal's Mile End. The house has six bedrooms and is in a coveted area of the city. But it needs a little work, to say the least.
A Montreal woman is speaking out after she says her convocation was nearly ruined because of the lack of accessibility at a downtown hotel.
After eight weeks of make-up lessons and dance choreography, Montreal's newest drag performers took the stage Monday night.
A new Regroupement pour la valorisation de la paternité survey found one out of seven Quebec fathers with children aged 0 to 18 feels a high level of psychological distress, but even those who would need it most often still refuse to seek professional help.
It's no secret that Bill 96, Quebec's new French-language law, has created an abundance of turmoil in the province -- have it be among English-rights groups, health care professionals, educational experts and many others.
A coalition of Indigenous representatives, environmental organizations, health professionals and outdoor enthusiasts have long called for the protection of more forests and ecosystems in southern Quebec.
COVID-19 pandemic shortages and extreme weather have put one of the most popular condiments in jeopardy -- mustard.
With summer approaching, more Quebecers are heading outdoors -- but health authorities are issuing a warning about Lyme disease because of an increase in ticks.
The coalition of Quebec environmental organizations Vire au Vert is calling for a leaders' debate exclusively on the climate crisis in the upcoming provincial election.
More than 175,000 tons: that's the amount of waste Quebec Electronic Products Recycling Association (EPRA-Quebec) spokesperson Martin Carli said the organization recycled in a decade on the occasion of the organization's 10th anniversary and World Environment Day.
The avian flu virus has hit colonies of Common Eiders and Great Black-backed Gulls of the St. Lawrence.
After violent windstorms recently swept through southern Ontario and Quebec, uprooting trees and leaving a trail of damage across a vast territory, maple syrup producers' thoughts went right to his sugar maples in Lanark Highlands, Ont., where storms once considered rogue now seem more frequent.
Quebecers will need to rethink how they design their homes and lives to prevent further destruction from the effects of climate change, experts say.
The Parti Québécois (PQ) is asking for help for Quebec beekeepers who are facing an unprecedented mortality rate of their bees this year.
Quebec will lift COVID-19 mask mandates on public transportation as of Saturday, June 18. Health officials confirmed in a news release Wednesday that Health Minister Christian Dube made the decision following a recommendation from public health.
Experts say the easing of public health restrictions that were aimed at curbing the spread of COVID-19 has lead to a surge in cases of influenza, something not typically seen at this time of year.
A small Canadian study suggests that individuals who contact COVID-19 may experience cognitive failures that impact their performance at work, even after recovering from the initial illness.
Quebec's health network spent $15 billion to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a report tabled by Health Minister Christian Dube.
Politicians 'need to hear [that] average Canadians are truly worried that if this inequity continues, we will be battling another horrible Sigma or some other bad variant in the coming months,' one expert said. 'We sink or swim as humankind.'
A man is fighting for his life after being stabbed by his son in St-Laurent, police say.
Two 25-year-old men are in hospital after being stabbed during a fight in downtown Montreal.
The Montreal coroner's office is investigating the cause of death after a teenage girl was found dead on the shore near the Mercier Bridge.
Quebec provincial police seized cocaine, methamphetamine tablets, guns and cash in Saint-Remi, on Montreal's South Shore.
An American artistic swimmer lost consciousness and sank to the bottom of the pool before her coach rescued her. Jill Macyshon reports.
Canadian politicians are responding to the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to end constitutional protections for abortion, with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau calling the news 'horrific.'
Canadian advocates are cautioning against complacency regarding abortions protections in place in Canada, after the U.S. Supreme court voted to overturn Roe v. Wade on Friday.
With the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to end constitutional protections for abortion, 26 states are likely to ban abortions; 13 of which are expected to enact bans against the medical procedure immediately.
Miners working in a gold field in Yukon have uncovered what is being called the 'most complete' mummified woolly mammoth found to date in North America, officials announced on Friday.
An Ontario driver is speaking out after a shovel struck her windshield while she was driving on the highway.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford has unveiled his cabinet for the 43rd Parliament and there are some big changes to the front bench.
After going for drinks this week, an unnamed worker lost a USB flash drive containing the personal details of every resident of the Japanese city of Amagasaki, according to a statement from the city's government.
A new study has found that breast cancer can metastasize more efficiently while people are sleeping, a finding researchers say could 'significantly change' the way cancer is diagnosed and treated.