A new study shows that religious minorities in Quebec, particularly women, feel less safe and less welcome in the social fabric of society since the adoption of the province's secularism law, commonly known as Bill 21.
The remains of a priest who allegedly sexually abused Indigenous children in Quebec was exhumed Wednesday morning. Jesuit priest Father Leon Lajoie was buried on the grounds of the St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in Kahnawake in 1999.
Montreal public health officials are investigating three cases of Legionnaires' Disease, including one death.
Quebec provincial police (SQ) are asking for the public's help locating 42-year-old Jerome-Vincent Vaillancourt, who is on the run from authorities.
Montreal's official opposition wants a new task force to tackle cybercrime in the city -- a move supporters say could help steer young people away from gun violence.
Canada's Leylah Fernandez was eliminated from the National Bank Open following a 7-6 (4), 6-1 loss to Brazil's Beatriz Haddad Maia on Wednesday.
Montreal children may not see a yellow bus on their street when they head back to school in less than three weeks, after school bus contracts expired back in June.
Laval police say they have made an 'important' arrest of an alleged gang member in connection with an attempted murder last spring that investigators believe had ties to an inter-gang conflict.
Workers at Metro Inc. are putting in overtime to keep stores open as the company grapples with an ongoing labour crunch, the Montreal-based grocery and drugstore retailer said Wednesday.
Tenants living at the Mont-Carmel seniors' residence say they're concerned their landlord is not obeying a court ruling that states the building must primarily house people of a certain age.
Quebec's public health institute (INSPQ) is proposing arsenic emissions in the air of Rouyn-Noranda be capped at an annual average of 15 nanograms per cubic metre (ng/m3), which is five times the provincial standard of 3 ng/m3.
Since May, nearly 90 countries have reported more than 31,000 cases of monkeypox. The World Health Organization classified the escalating outbreak of the once-rare disease as an international emergency in July; the U.S. declared it a national emergency last week.
Canada's transport regulator says its backlog of air passenger complaints is growing as a staff shortage comes up against a summer of airport chaos -- itself due in part to labour shortages.
There are now 2,102 Quebecers in hospital, including 714 due to COVID-19, according to public health officials.
Major health care unions in Quebec are claiming victory following a ruling that states the Health Ministry 'negotiated in bad faith' when offering bonuses to employees without consulting union representatives during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Martine Biron, former journalist and political analyst for six years at Radio-Canada, is a candidate of the Coalition Avenir Québec (CAQ) in Chutes-de-la-Chaudière, a riding on the South Shore of Quebec City.
Montreal-based biopharmaceutical company PnuVax and Ontario-based drug manufacturer Biolyse Pharma say they have signed an agreement to mass produce a monkeypox vaccine.
A head-on collision between a truck and a car left one person dead in Lac-aux-Sables, Mauricie.
The Montreal Canadiens haven't brought the Stanley Cup home since 1993 -- but a very convincing replica is sitting in a garage in Boisbriand, Que., about 35 km northwest of Montreal.
Three boys out fishing in Kahnawake on the South Shore of the Saint Lawrence River spotted a seal on Sunday morning, more than 1,000 kilometres from its natural habitat.
The 107th World Esperanto Congress opened its doors Saturday in Montreal, a first for the metropolis and for Quebec.
Under Quebec's Employment Standards Act, tip money goes to the servers, and the cash can't be shared with other employees like cooks unless staff agree.
Montrealer Michael Fagen took home top prize in North America's biggest Scrabble competition last week, despite being an underdog.
Pope Francis was in Quebec for just under three days, drawing far fewer people to the Plains of Abraham than many expected while receiving mixed reviews for his apology to Indigenous people and hope for reconciliation.
Montreal drag queen Barbada de Barbades is continuing her journey to teach kids that reading is fundamental.
Pfizer’s antiviral medication Paxlovid is designed to reduce the risk of hospitalizations in patients with COVID-19. It’s approved for use in Canada, but the rules about who can prescribe and dispense it vary by province.
Young children in Quebec will be eligible for COVID-19 vaccination next week, the province announced Thursday.
Experts say that while there's no use in postponing vacations indefinitely in the hopes of COVID-19 being eradicated, there are ways to mitigate risks while travelling, from masking indoors to filling the itinerary with more outdoor activities.
Public health officials are warning that deadly heat waves are becoming more common and people need to learn proper ways to deal with them.
In the wake of a two-year COVID-19 pandemic, the urge to travel has taken on a new urgency, but alongside our longing for freedom of movement, we are confronted with an increasingly undeniable climate emergency in which our driving habits are deeply implicated. Taking a road trip in an EV is a possible solution.
Montreal-based pilot training and simulator specialist CAE wants to train future electric aircraft pilots.
Quebec could recycle or reuse all of the tens of thousands of tons of Plexiglas on its territory, and the fear of a seventh pandemic wave could give it the time it needs to solve the most important obstacle to achieving such a goal: recovering it.
Quebec's government is facing pressure to reduce arsenic levels in the air of a small northwestern city that is home to a copper foundry employing 650 people but emitting 33 times the provincewide standard of arsenic emissions.
A Montreal conservation group is baffled and frustrated after a field of shrubs, flowers, and, importantly, milkweed was mowed.
The higher parts of Angelique Beauchemin's land, she said, are sinking an inch or two a year as they slope ever more steeply toward the river. While she's not a scientist, she says her biggest fear is that one day there will be a landslide and the white house at the top of the hill where she's lived for decades will tumble down.
A United Nations summit on biodiversity (COP 15) will be held in Canada instead of China, organizers announced Tuesday, the second major international event to be moved from China because of its strict anti-coronavirus policies.
Officials in Saguenay, Que., secured a perimeter around a neighbourhood at risk of landslides Tuesday and tried to ensure that residents forced from their homes had places to stay.
Paul Dixon, 65, was among many activists in Quebec City this week imploring the Pope to denounce the Doctrine of Discovery, historically used to justify Europe's colonization of Indigenous lands.
Organizers of the papal visit say the Vatican has 'clarified' part of Pope Francis's apology to residential school survivors, noting an error occurred during translation.
People who provide mental health support across the country have been significantly busier helping those with trauma after Pope Francis arrived in Canada and apologized for evil committed by members of the Catholic Church.
Pope Francis on Wednesday expressed shame and sorrow for the role Catholic institutions played in the "deplorable" residential school system that tried to strip Indigenous people of their language, culture and world view.
With the Pope en route to Quebec City, Indigenous support workers are offering their services to those in need.
Award-winning Indigenous singer-songwriter Beatrice Deer will be among a group of artists who will perform this week during the Pope's visit to Canada. She spoke to CTV National News about Pope Francis and finding hope through music.
Amid Pope Francis' 'penitential' journey in Canada, Indigenous people and advocates are calling for the repudiation of the 'Doctrine of Discovery,' a centuries-old policy they say is responsible for colonial and systematic injustices.
As Pope Francis' trip to Canada winds down, CTV National News' Jill Macyshon shares her experience meeting the Pope and travelling across Canada with his team during the papal visit.
The federal minister of Indigenous services said Thursday she supports the will of Indigenous communities to be exempt from Quebec's new language law, which limits the use of English in the public service and increases French-language requirements in schools.
The leader of Quebec's Liberal Party paused her vacation briefly on Wednesday to react to the news that two young emergency room doctors have quit their jobs in their hometown of Montreal to work in Toronto.
Two young emergency room doctors, raised and trained in Montreal, are leaving their jobs after only two years to move back to Toronto – and they say the Quebec health-care model and Bill 96 are to blame.
A group of Quebecers is going to court to argue that Mary Simon's appointment as governor general should be invalidated because she isn't fluent in French.
Those who know the debate most intimately said there's little nuance to be found in Quebec Premier Legault's arguments about Quebec's immigration model. 'Every time it's as painful as it is the first time,' said a spokesperson for a Sikh group.
A head-on collision between a truck and a car left one person dead in Lac-aux-Sables, Mauricie.
The body of a 58-year-old man found inside a recycling bin in Montreal's east end Monday morning has been identified.
The Sûreté du Québec (SQ) says it confiscated more than 27 kilograms of cocaine and $175,000 from inside a vehicle in Vaudreuil-Dorion, an off-island suburb of Montreal.
A four-alarm fire in Quebec City's Saint-Roch sector forced 20 people out of their homes.
A man is in hospital after gunfire was heard in Montreal's Côte-des-Neiges—Notre-Dame-de-Grâce borough.
U.S. Arctic Research Commission's Mike Sfraga explains how climate change has sparked a 'treasure hunt' in Greenland for mineral deposits.
A Saskatoon mother who stands accused of faking her own death, as well as her son's, and illegally entering the U.S. is defending her actions.
A well-known real estate agent and media personality in Brampton, Ont. was viciously attacked in broad daylight in his own driveway by three men, two of whom appeared to be wielding an axe and a machete.
A Canadian Armed Forces veteran has been charged with murder in connection to a mass shooting in Belize that left two people dead and eight others injured.
The ongoing protests in the Netherlands, by farmers opposed to their government’s plan to slash nitrogen oxide emissions by 50 per cent by 2030, have drawn attention to Canadian farmers’ concerns over an emissions reduction target set by the Canadian government. But the policies set out by the Dutch government and the Canadian government are fundamentally different, experts say.
Two containers of food bound for Afghanistan have been cancelled by a Canada-based aid agency because of a law banning any dealings with the Taliban.
Doctors are among those calling for tighter regulation of sodium nitrite as a growing number of Canadians are dying after intentionally ingesting unsafe quantities of the common food preservative in its pure form.
Former U.S. President Donald Trump showed up Wednesday for questioning under oath in New York's civil investigation into his business practices. But he quickly made clear he wouldn't be answering.
A man has pleaded guilty to uttering a threat against Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during a campaign stop in Cambridge last year.
The Meade County Sheriff’s Office in South Dakota said it has arrested the man wanted in connection with an Amber Alert in Saskatchewan.
Health-care advocates are disappointed by the lack of detailed solutions from the Ontario government’s throne speech.