A 25-year-old was sent to hospital with stab wounds following an altercation with a group Thursday evening in downtown Montreal.
A tooth-brushing program that is soon to be phased in across Quebec in elementary schools is raising concern among teachers because they’ll be the ones called upon to supervise the students as they clean their teeth.
Drivers at the pump Thursday morning were in for a shock after gas prices shot up by 10 cents per litre in a single night.
Montreal police are asking for public help to find 59-year-old Rizalyn Tulud Carbonell, who has been missing since Thursday morning.
McGill University says it is investigating one of its instructors who allegedly called for the death of people participating in anti-government protests in the streets of Iran in recent weeks.
After years of planning, the Lachine Hospital will start its multi-million dollar expansion next week, enlarging and modernizing the site, which was built in 1913.
The trial started Thursday for a truck driver involved in a crash that killed four people on highway 440 three years ago.
The Coalition avenir Québec (CAQ) refuses to see Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's statements as a rejection of the Legault government's request for new immigration powers.
Hockey Quebec says it has lost confidence in Hockey Canada and will no longer transfer funds to the national organization.
Improper training and an inadequate boat led to the drowning death of a Montreal firefighter during a rescue operation last year in the St. Lawrence River, Quebec's workplace safety board said.
Most grocery stores, pharmacies, malls and some recreational activities will be open. Banks and government offices will not.
The new rule allowing businesses in Canada to pass credit card fees onto customers will not apply in Quebec.
COVID-19 hospitalizations increased by 30 in Quebec in the last 24 hours and five new deaths due to the virus have been recorded, Quebec's health ministry said Thursday.
The weather will cool down again slightly this weekend, but don't let that stop you from enjoying some of the cozy fall activities Montreal has to offer.
Organizers of the Montreal Pride need to pay for security, communicate better, and hire more experienced staff to avoid another repeat of the devastating cancellation of the parade next year, according to a post-mortem report into the August 2022 fiasco.
Two animal rights groups wasted little time in announcing they intend to challenge a Superior Court decision rendered Tuesday that allows the City of Longueuil to proceed with the culling of nearly 100 deer in one of its biggest parks.
After an eight-day stretch of sunny, dry weather, Southwestern Quebec is preparing for a pattern change heading into the Thanksgiving weekend.
François Legault may have changed his separatist strategy but he hasn’t changed his stripes, former NDP leader Tom Mulcair says in an exclusive column on CTVNews.ca.
With Quebec solidaire victorious and the CAQ in third, young Quebecers who participated in the simulation vote envisioned a very different government from the actual election outcome.
A monumental mural paying tribute to the artist Jean-Paul Riopelle, born 100 years ago, was inaugurated Tuesday evening in Montreal.
When Verdun's war memorial was unveiled in October, 1924, its purpose was to honour those Verdun residents who'd fought and who had died in World War I.
Montreal road crews unearthed a buried part of the city's past when they discovered botanical gardens from the 1860s while working on the revamp of Pins Ave. in the Plateau-Mont-Royal borough.
A 66-year-old Montreal man who is quadriplegic says he is seeking medical assistance in dying because changes to his home care services are causing him relentless pain and discomfort.
The Datagotchi app developed by researchers at Laval University has polled thousands of Quebecers about their lifestyle and matched it with the political party they are likely to vote for on Oct. 3.
The Quebec Liberal Party caucus met on Wednesday, two days after being reduced to 21 seats in the National Assembly, remaining official Opposition party, but with far less support than four years ago.
As ridings around the province fell to Legault's centre-right CAQ party, Montreal voters largely stuck to the Opposition Quebec Liberals and to left-wing Quebec solidaire -- the red and orange on the electoral map.
If elected, Liberal leader Dominique Anglade said her party will hold a "COP Quebec," in other words, a major conference on climate change.
Greenpeace is protesting the Montreal Canadiens' decision to put the logo of one of the world's largest fossil fuel-financing banks on its jerseys.
The recent Global Tree Assessment found that four of the 78 trees assessed in Quebec are at risk and declining.
Hydro-Québec won a partial legal victory for its power line to Maine on Tuesday, as the state Supreme Court ruled that the referendum that resulted in opposition to the line's passage was unconstitutional. The court said it was the retroactive nature of the referendum that violated the developer's constitutional rights.
The owner of a western Quebec copper smelter says it will adhere to the government's new requirements and reduce arsenic emissions to five times the provincial norm by 2027.
Several experts note that the number of whales observed this summer on both sides of the St. Lawrence River is low, even though the observation season is not over.
A copper smelter in northwest Quebec will be permitted to release 15 nanograms of arsenic per cubic metre of air -- five times the provincial norm -- Quebec's environment minister said Monday.
An all-female research expedition is leaving Sept-Îles, Que. on a mission to highlight the environmental issues of plastic pollution in Quebec.
National governments are unprepared to adapt to the consequences of the climate crisis, according to a meta-analysis of more than 1,500 scientific papers.
Two men gassing up Monday night in Dollard-des-Ormeaux (DDO) wound up in handcuffs after running into a Montreal police (SPVM) sergeant.
A 19-year-old man and 22-year-old woman from Montreal have been arrested in connection with a double homicide that occurred two weeks ago in Longueuil, on the South Shore.
La Magdeleine school in La Prarie, on Montreal's South Shore, has been closed following reports of a weapon in a student's locker.
Is the coronavirus on its way out? Scientists say no and predict the scourge that's already lasted longer than the 1918 flu pandemic will linger far into the future.
With the easing of COVID restrictions across schools in Canada, a mental health expert reminds parents to watch for signs of anxiety in children who may have their own worries about settling into the school year.
Viral levels of COVID-19 in Ottawa are showing some signs of decline following a plateau through most of August, though levels remain much higher than they were last year at this time.
As children across the country prepare to go back to school, Canada's top doctor Dr. Theresa Tam advises parents on how to continue to protect their children against COVID-19.
Quebec health officials say parents concerned about COVID-19 should have peace of mind when sending their kids to school in the fall.
The Guinness book of world records says a Michigan cat is the tallest living domestic cat in the world, measuring at 18.8 inches tall.
Hockey Canada’s board of directors called an emergency meeting Thursday night under mounting pressure from top corporate sponsors, political leaders and provincial organizations stemming from the group's apparent unwillingness to address its handling of alleged sexual assaults.
After a night of delays, the vote counts came hard and fast, resulting in Danielle Smith being named the UCP’s new leader and Alberta's next premier.
An attacker with a large kitchen knife killed two people and wounded six others in stabbings along the Las Vegas Strip before being arrested Thursday, police said.
The number of recorded storm-related deaths has risen to at least 101 in the eight days since Hurricane Ian made landfall in southwest Florida.
New research about human evolution might lead to deeper understandings towards genetic risk factors for human behaviour disorders, illnesses and brain disabilities.
Myles Sanderson was responsible for all 11 deaths during the mass stabbing in Saskatchewan last month, according to RCMP.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the Liberals are accusing Pierre Poilievre of 'using his videos to appeal to far-right misogynistic online movements,' following a report that Poilievre's YouTube channel was using a hidden tag to promote his videos among anti-women audiences.
Hunters who use a brand of climbing sticks intended to help them scale trees should stop immediately, Health Canada reports in a consumer product recall alert.
Judy Tenuta, a brash standup who cheekily styled herself as the "Goddess of Love" and toured with George Carlin as she built her career in the 1980s golden age of comedy, died Thursday. She was 72.
Hockey Canada is in crisis as more sponsors and other groups cut ties; Jacob Hoggard was confronted in court by the woman he sexually assaulted.