Some residents in Laval are being urged not to consume the tap water until further notice because 'it poses a health risk.'
After decades of discussion and a multitude of government announcements, it seems that the promised blue line extension of the Metro has been delayed again.
Daytime temperatures are still quite balmy in the greater Montreal area for late September but Environment Canada has issued overnight frost advisories for several regions north and south-east of Montreal.
The Quebec national assembly will decide on Tuesday whether or not to dissociate itself from the House of Commons, which gave a standing ovation to a former Nazi soldier.
Montreal Mayor Valerie Plante is proposing the creation of 'sponge roads' to adapt to climate change, which would involve making certain streets more permeable, for example by removing asphalt and therefore parking spaces.
A nurses union on Quebec's Gaspe Peninsula says job postings by the local health-care network discriminate against francophones because they require that applicants speak English.
A preliminary hearing for a Quebec man accused of killing two four-year-olds and injuring six other children after he allegedly drove a city bus into a Montreal-area daycare is expected to take place in the new year.
Montreal police tactical officers have described the shootout in a motel room between them and a suspect who had killed three men at random over a 24-hour period in August 2022.
A man was killed after being stabbed in the town of Westmount, on the island of Montreal, on Monday night.
Anthony Rota has resigned from his prestigious position as Speaker of the House of Commons over his invitation to, and the House's subsequent recognition of, a man who fought for a Nazi unit during the Second World War. Now, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is facing calls to apologize, and investigate.
Anthony Rota had no choice but to resign as House Speaker after he invited a Nazi veteran to Parliament. But, as former NDP leader Tom Mulcair writes in a column for CTVNews.ca, if history is going to retain the profound embarrassment caused by his mistake, it should also recognize the contributions Rota has made to democratic life.
Four homes were damaged and four families were relocated after a fire broke out in Laval on Tuesday morning.
Quebec Transport Minister Genevieve Guilbault and Soulanges MNA Marilyne Picard announced that by Friday, three lanes will be open on the Trans-Canada Highway (A-40) during rush hours by using a removable barrier.
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.
Quebec provincial police say three people are dead after a fishing boat sunk off the province's Lower North Shore early this morning.
More than one elector in five has already voted in the Jean-Talon byelection during the two days of advance polling held on Sept. 24 and 25.
In a bid to increase the chances of reaching an agreement in the public sector by the end of the year, Quebec has pledged to considerably reduce the number of its sectoral demands made to the unions and is asking them to do the same.
The first-degree murder trial for the man accused of killing two children by driving a city bus into a Laval daycare will likely continue in the spring.
A coroner's inquest heard Monday that a man killed two people at random in Montreal in August 2022, then travelled to Ontario to visit the Toronto Zoo and Canada's Wonderland before returning to Quebec to murder again.
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.
A John Abbott College student has learned the hard way that applying for a certificate of eligibility for English instruction before graduating high school has become even more critical under the new French language law in Quebec.
Would you spend up to $1,200 to stay in absolute darkness for three to seven days? That's the invitation from a meditation teacher and personal growth entrepreneur in Quebec's Eastern Townships.
Until this week, Sukhwinder Dhillon was set on making his first trip back to India in years sometime in the next few months. 'My father passed, and my brother passed,' said the 56-year-old Montrealer. 'I want to go now.'
The next COVID-19 vaccination campaign is set to begin on Oct. 10, according to Health Minister Christian Dube.
An arbitrator has ruled an emergency room nurse unfairly lost his job at the Verdun Hospital after asking a patient in 2019 to pay a $500 deposit or face a possibly long wait to see a doctor.
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.
Quebec Premier François Legault bragged about his environmental record on Tuesday at a meeting of representatives of the Beyond Oil and Gas Alliance. Former US vice president Al Gore was sitting next to him.
Quebec Premier Francois Legault has closed the door on nuclear power, at least for now. 'For the time being, we're not touching it,' said Legault when asked about the subject at a press scrum in New York on Tuesday.
A judge ruled Tuesday that Donald Trump committed fraud for years while building the real estate empire that catapulted him to fame and the White House.
After more than 30 years of caring for critically ill patients in emergency and intensive care, Dr. Scott Anderson is preparing to face off against the hospital where he works in London, Ont., in a case described as "unusual" by lawyers and potentially costly for Ontario taxpayers.
During the height of the Second World War, Nazi Germany formed a division of Ukrainian volunteers to fight against Soviet Russia. One of its members was controversially honoured with two standing ovations in Canada's Parliament this week.
Yukon First Nation elder Sandra Johnson says the discovery of 15 potential graves near the site of a former residential school has "uncovered long-buried wounds."
Industry Minister François-Philippe Champagne says it's 'an advantage' to grocery leaders to work with the Canadian government to find a way to stabilize food prices as he continues his string of meetings with them this week.
Comedian Rob Schneider says he has cancelled an upcoming visit to Canada in light of last week’s incident in which a Ukrainian veteran who fought with a Nazi unit in the Second World War was given a standing ovation in the House of Commons.
Two people have died and four others were injured after a helicopter crashed near Prince George, B.C., Tuesday morning.
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