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Montreal police says it is working to dismantle a 'major amphetamine trafficking and production network.'
Two men were sentenced to eight-and-a-half years in prison Wednesday for shooting a victim who, to this day, doesn't know why he was targeted.
All the opposition parties joined forces Wednesday to ask the CAQ to split up its huge bill on family law, saying the only way they can adopt part of it before the current legislative session ends on June 10 is to make it more manageable.
A 21-year-old Montreal man charged with the attack of a 10-year-old girl on the street has been deemed not criminally responsible for his actions, according to experts from the Philippe-Pinel psychiatric institute.
The federal government is sending vaccines and other "therapeutics" to Quebec to deal with a recent outbreak of monkeypox in the province that has grown to 27 confirmed or probable cases.
Tens of thousands of Quebec homes remain in the dark days after an intense storm swept through the province.
COVID-19 hospitalizations in Quebec are continuing to trend downwards with a decrease of seven, the health ministry reported Wednesday.
Bill 96 is 'the most gratuitous use of power I've ever seen,' said lawyer Julius Grey as he unveiled the plan by a committee of Quebec lawyers to challenge the new law, including going to the UN if necessary.
The Quebec sex crimes case against Canadian fashion magnate Peter Nygard has been postponed to July 8.
Candidates running for leadership of the federal Conservative party will appear on stage tonight for its French-language debate.
A man in his 40s is fighting for his life and a 14-year-old boy is suffering stab wounds in multiple, unrelated stabbings that kept Montreal police officers busy on a remarkably violent Tuesday.
Toronto radio host John Derringer has been placed 'on hiatus' after former colleague Jennifer Valentyne posted a lengthy video on social media over the weekend alleging harassment and gender discrimination within the workplace.
After this weekend's fierce storm, some Quebecers are being told to hunker down and get ready to live on generators, or without power, for several weeks.
Quebec provincial police have located 81-year-old Louis-Marcel Vigneault, who lives in the Montérégie region.
With only weeks left in the school year, Cowansville parents just discovered that Massey-Vanier high school will offer just two years of French immersion rather than a full three-year program.
More than 300 organizations gathered in Montreal this week for a first-of-its-kind convention on how to make Black-run not-for-profit organizations successful.
Hydro-Quebec is still working to restore power to many homes following the weekend storm that left hundreds of thousands of people in the dark.
It's a week designated to honour paramedics, and a recent call that sent two Montreal paramedics to a top-level emergency is one reminder of why.
Saint Laurent, perhaps Montreal's best-known boulevard, is getting ready for what it hopes will be its busiest season in two years.
Montrealers hoping to get their hands dirty in their gardens are facing an unusual challenge of harsh weather this year.
A good number of Quebecers generally have a good perception of their quality of life despite the COVID-19 pandemic and accompanying measures, according to the preliminary results of a large-scale research project that extends until 2026 to measure the impacts of the health crisis.
Sailors on Montreal's West Island are making big waves in a new kind of high-speed competitive sailing.
Whether you're an avid gardener or are just beginning to cultivate a green thumb, the long weekend in May is a perfect time to start wiggling your fingers in the dirt.
Dr. Rejean Thomas said his staff is an unlikely first line of defence against a virus in the same family as variola, which causes smallpox. That’s because he works at a clinic that treats sexually transmitted infections.
Many small business owners in Quebec who were already grappling with a severe labour shortage and supply chain issues are now required to pay significantly higher prices for supplies and materials - not to mention gasoline.
A new study from Montreal public health found screen time has surged among adolescents during the pandemic. Seventy per cent of teenagers said they’re staring at their phones, scrolling through social media or playing video games more often.
Quebec's face mask mandate has been lifted in most indoor settings as public health officials say the COVID-19 situation is improving across the province.
A new study out of Hema-Quebec and the Ministry of Health has found that more than one in four Quebec adults developed antibodies to COVID-19 between the beginning of the year and mid-March.
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.'
Extreme weather events will become more common as global temperatures increase, says one expert: a solemn reality Quebecers must adapt to.
The Parti Québécois (PQ) is asking for help for Quebec beekeepers who are facing an unprecedented mortality rate of their bees this year.
Fisheries and Oceans Canada is searching for an endangered North Atlantic right whale that was spotted Thursday entangled in some kind of gear east of Gaspe, Que.
Quebec's so-called 'independent commission' regarding the fate of woodland and mountain caribou appears to have been the last straw for First Nations and environmentalists. Headed by forest economics expert Nancy Gélinas, consultations are gauging opinions on only two proposed scenarios – one which may restore habitat while threatening forestry jobs and a second in which forestry would continue unabated.
The fears of Quebec beekeepers have come to pass -- a mortality rate among their bees that's three times higher than the average. To help them withstand the shock, they are asking for emergency aid from the federal and provincial governments.
Animal rights activists have filed a lawsuit against the City of Longueuil and the Quebec government for what they are calling an "unnecessary and cruel slaughter" to control the deer population at Michel-Chartrand Park.
A marine mammal research group is reporting that the two minke whales spotted near Montreal last week haven't been seen for more than 48 hours.
Table scraps and other organic waste coming from Montreal's South Shore neighbourhoods will soon be converted into natural gas for a network run by renewable energy company Énergir.
The Coalition Avenir Quebec government says it plans to move forward with Bill 96, a sweeping language reform and update of Bill 101, despite criticism by opposition parties.
The debate surrounding Bill 96, as it is currently being publicized, misrepresents the demands of Indigenous communities. English is not a colonial language we wish to adopt. Indigenous languages are the languages we wish to speak, transmit, revitalize, nurture, and strengthen.
The body of a man in his early 20s was found after what police believe to be an attempted home invasion.
A 15-year-old is dead after being ejected while riding an ATV in the Eastern Townships.
A woman and a girl are in hospital after being hit by a car in Longueuil.
An unprecedented drought has brought the water levels at Lake Mead down low that dozens of sunken boats are now visible.
Families are sharing photos and stories of their loved ones, who lost their lives in a mass shooting in Texas that killed at least 19 children and two adults on Tuesday afternoon.
A news conference about the shooting at a Texas elementary school broke into shouting Wednesday as Democratic gunbernatotrial candidate Beto O'Rourke blamed Republican Gov. Greg Abbott for inaction ahead of the latest in a long string of mass shootings in the state.
While genealogical DNA tests may be marketed as harmless and exciting way for people to learn more about their ancestral heritage, CTVNews.ca speaks with a Canadian researcher who says more support is needed for those who get unexpected results that have potential to disrupt family relations.
The gunman who massacred 19 children and two teachers at an elementary school in Texas had warned in online messages minutes before the attack that he had shot his grandmother and was going to shoot up a school, the governor said Wednesday.
Johnny Depp called his ex-wife's accusations of sexual and physical abuse 'insane' Wednesday as he returned to the witness stand in his libel suit against Amber Heard.
Later tonight, the six candidates on the ballot to be the next leader of the Conservative Party of Canada will be debating each other in Laval, Que. CTV News will be live-streaming the debate with English translation and offering real-time updates and analysis, and you can follow along.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says his 'heart breaks' for those impacted by the 'horrific' shooting at an elementary school in Texas that killed 21 people on Tuesday.
With Quebec confirming an additional 10 cases of monkeypox identified in the province, the Public Health Agency of Canada says they are monitoring a total of 15 cases across the country.