A 42-year-old Laval, Que. man has been arrested after allegedly posting threats against health-care workers administering COVID-19 vaccines.
Another situation of alleged false Indigenous identity is playing out at a Canadian university, with a professor at Concordia University reportedly suspended after her claim to being Cherokee was called into question.
'I thought it was a joke,' said Chad Ashe after he was informed he was suspended. He'll be back at work Monday, but said he plans to file a grievance through his union.
Broker Qiang Zhong said he was issued the ticket of $1,500 by the Office québécois de la langue française (OQLF) over the post, which advertised one of his properties.
Montreal public health is warning residents of a possible exposure to Hepatitis A from sushi sold at a grocery store in the Notre-Dame-de-Grâce neighbourhood last month.
A winter storm is expected to hit Quebec early next week, according to Environment Canada.
Quebec on Friday reported another significant jump in daily new COVID-19 cases, with 1,355 new infections. Active infections rose above 9,000 for the first time since early May.
There is a street in Verdun where parking will be reserved only for people with parking vignettes and it’s creating quite a stir.
It has been shown that Quebec has become a hub for the sexual exploitation of youth in Canada.
Canada's national vaccine advisory panel recommended Friday that everyone 50 and up get access to COVID-19 booster shots, but it isn't clear yet if Quebec will follow that recommendation.
Anyone with information on her whereabouts is asked to call 911.
A 61-year-old employee at a Gatineau long-term care home has been charged with sexually assaulting a resident at the facility.
As Montreal police investigated the latest killing of a youth in the city, the provincial government said Friday it would announce funds for crime prevention programs this weekend.
The death of Richard Genest, who could not be treated at the closed emergency room of the CLSC of Senneterre in Abitibi-Temiscamingue, shows that it is necessary to invest 'immediately' in pre-hospital emergency services, said Maxime Laviolette, general manager of the ambulance company responsible for transporting the patient.
Kyhytysuka, A 130-million-year-old marine fossil, has given researchers out of McGill University's Redpath Museum a glimpse of the Early Cretaceous sea and added new fruit to the evolutionary tree during that time period.
It takes a trained eye to spot the Eurasian tree sparrow, which has taken the spotlight among Quebec’s birding community in recent days after finding itself across an ocean away from its natural habitat.
When it comes to her ambition, skills and all-around savviness, Kyra Milan Brown is more like a nine-year-old going on 30, the adults around her agree.
Henry Myers is raffling a reproduction of Vincent Van Gogh's 'Starry Night' he created with his moustache, as part of his Movember campaign to raise money for men's health.
It’s been eight years since Iohahiio Delisle and Carla Skye lost their child, Karonhiaráhstha, to SIDS. Ever since, they’ve held an annual Winter Wonderland fundraiser in her memory in their community of Kahnawake.
A Montreal couple and their two young children are recovering from a whirlwind of recent health challenges, and are crediting the MUHC for going to great lengths to provide them care under one roof to keep their family together.
At a time when many independent retailers are struggling to stay afloat, the Argo Bookshop in Montreal’s Shaughnessy Village, now the oldest independent English-language bookshop in the city, seems to be defying the odds.
Forbes Magazine named a teenage Montreal researcher among the world's 30 most impressive people under the age of 30 for the year 2021 a year after his research paper was published in the New England Journal of Medicine.
Unvaccinated people are statistically more likely to catch COVID-19, according to Sante Quebec. But by how much? The answer has changed in recent months, as efficacy wanes and variants emerge, among other factors.
Officials have confirmed the first cases detected in Canada of the Omicron COVID-19 variant in Ottawa, Ont., amid warnings that it remains unclear just how transmissible and severe infection by the highly-mutated variant might be.
Doctors have had to field calls in recent weeks giving expert advice to those parents nervous about booking a COVID-19 vaccination appointment for their children.
A Montreal infectious diseases specialist is leading a new COVID-19 vaccine trial testing the Moderna vaccine on six-month-old to six-year-old children, the last and youngest group of kids to be eligible for vaccination in Canada.
Montreal police say they will hold a forum to try to come up with solutions to the rise in gun violence in recent years. The SPVM-led Montreal Forum on Combating Gun Violence will take place on Jan. 26 and 27, 2022.
Montreal city council is expected to see its first Black woman serve as speaker in yet another move toward more diversity in municipal politics.
Mayor Valerie Plante appointed a social worker to head up public security in Montreal, as she named her executive committee packed with women Wednesday.
A judicial recount confirms Projet Montreal candidate Gracia Kasoki Katahwa has been elected borough mayor of Cote-des-Neiges-Notre-Dame-de-Grace.
Dominique Ollivier is about to become the second most powerful elected official in Montreal.
Two B.C. residents who've made cross-border day trips to Washington State are now stuck in quarantine due to confusion over an app.
An Ontario woman is giving her land back to the Indigenous community and is hoping to inspire others to do the same.
Hollywood actor Kal Penn is gearing up to play Toronto Raptors superfan Nav Bhatia on the big screen.
Some Manitobans are finding out the hard way about requirements to re-enter Canada after short trips into the U.S.
The New Brunswick government says it will increase the minimum wage by $2 per hour in 2022. The 17 per cent increase represents the most significant jump in the rate since 1980.
An exhibit of Indigenous artist Robert Houle’s work is being held at the Art Gallery of Ontario. Donna Sound reports.
Security cameras captured a family of bears playing in Campbell River, B.C.
Six-year-old Callan Perks is receiving widespread acclaim over his electrifying pre-game speech to the OHL's Peterborough Petes.
After spending 91 days in hospital with COVID-19 complications, an Ontario man is marking a milestone by thanking the people who saved his life.
Comedian Rick Mercer speaks about his new memoir, 'Talking to Canadians,' and reflects on his lengthy career in Canadian media.
Watch the moment when the Cumbre Vieja volcano located on the island of La Palma in Spain erupted on Dec. 1.
Taking over from outgoing leader Ed Broadbent, McLaughlin became the first woman to lead a major federal party in Canada.
Several fully vaccinated Canadians have been forced to quarantine for two weeks after returning from day trips to the U.S. and failing to pre-register on the ArriveCAN app, a requirement for re-entry.
The federal government is reminding that Canadian travellers must use ArriveCAN app for re-entry into the country after reports of vaccinated citizens being forced to quarantine as a result of confusion at the Canada-U.S. land border.
The National Advisory Committee on Immunization is now strongly recommending adults over the age of 50 be offered COVID-19 boosters, while those aged 18 to 49 'may' be offered boosters based on individual risks and where they live.
Experts say there are several reasons a third dose of a COVID-19 vaccine is necessary, including to protect against severe illness and death as immunity from the initial vaccine series wanes over time.
A prosecutor filed involuntary manslaughter charges Friday against the parents of a teen accused of killing four students at a Michigan high school, saying they failed to intervene on the day of the tragedy.
A Michigan prosecutor laid involuntary manslaughter charges on Friday against the parents of a teenager accused in the shooting of four students at a local high school this week. Here is what we know about the parents.
A Calgary police officer is currently relieved from duty with pay for failing to adhere to the service's COVID-19 vaccination policy — and officials are looking into his role in posting a video on social media while in uniform, opposing the mandate and drawing comparison with the Holocaust and Hitler's regime.
York Region Public Health confirmed its first positive case of the new Omicron variant.
Demand has been high in Canada and the United States for one of this year's hottest toys — Magic Mixies — with several retailers reporting no stocks of the popular holiday item amid high demand and supply chain challenges.
Scientists study the Omicron variant as it spreads worldwide; meanwhile, new guidelines in Canada on third doses of COVID-19 vaccines.
Scientists study the Omicron variant as the COVID-19 variant spreads across the world. Genevieve Beauchemin reports.
Michigan authorities are still searching for the parents of an accused school shooter. Joy Malbon reports.
NACI released new guidance on the use of third doses for the COVID-19 vaccines. CTV’s Creeson Agecoutay reports.
Police have identified a new way for car thieves to track and steal vehicles. John Vennavally-Rao reports.
This man allegedly stole $8,000 from a safe in California without setting off any of the store's motion-triggered alarms.
Spain's Geological and Mining Institute (IGME) released footage of a huge molten boulder sliding down the Cumbre Vieja volcano in La Palma.
The company behind 'Ameca' says the android is meant for human-robot interaction and could be used as a platform for A.I.