Two participants in Sunday's half-marathon in Montreal suffered cardiorespiratory arrest at the finish line, event organizers confirmed.
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.
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Montreal police are asking for the public's help to find 75-year-old Jacques Savard, who has not been seen since Sunday morning.
It was a gentle one, but residents in the Montreal area might have felt the rumble of a 3.4 magnitude earthquake Sunday evening.
One is dead and two injured after a building partially collapsed in Montreal on Saturday. A man's body was discovered in the rubble hours after the initial event.
At just five months old, Newton the Portuguese water dog is making a big impression with students.
On Saturday, thousands of union members across disciplines formed a common front and marched through the streets of Montreal. On Sunday, members of the Interprofessional Lanaudière Health Union (FIQ-SIL) launched their own demonstration in front of the constituency office of Quebec Premier Francois Legault in L'Assomption, Que.
Several Jewish advocacy organizations condemned members of Parliament on Sunday for giving a standing ovation to a man who fought for a Nazi unit during the Second World War.
Thousands of public-sector workers carried turquoise flags Saturday afternoon through downtown Montreal. The workers, representing a collaboration of several unions, say they’re ready to launch general strike unless the Quebec government can give them a “respectable” offer.
A lucky winner will take home $68 million on Wednesday, Loto-Québec's highest 6/49 jackpot ever.
Montreal firefighters battled a four-alarm blaze spanning two residential buildings in Dorval Saturday afternoon. First responders were called to the corner of Dawson Avenue and Garden Crescent around 1 p.m. The caller said they saw smoke billowing from a balcony on the third floor.
Dominic Vincent’s inn and restaurant in Clova, Que., is fully booked these days, only months after Premier François Legault announced the town of 36 residents would burn to the ground during the unprecedented summer wildfire season.
Quebec’s public security ministry is investigating after it says its ankle-monitor system didn’t alert a victim that their abuser was close to them.
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.
The payment processing company Moneris says it has resolved an outage that appeared to affect debit and credit transactions across the country.
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.
Hydro-Quebec is standing by a social media post made Thursday in support of the LGBTQ2S+ community. In a post to X, formerly known as Twitter, the utility responded to Canada-wide demonstrations protesting how 'gender ideology' and sexual orientation are discussed in schools.
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 special ceremony was held in Old Montreal Saturday to mark the centennial anniversary of Canada's Naval Reserve.
A Quebec man convicted of promoting hatred against Jews has been sentenced to 15 months in jail and three years of probation.
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.
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.'
Two strip mall merchants in the West Island of Montreal have closed for several days while a festival goes on at their doorstep. The Pointe-Claire Deli and Bramble House shared on social media that while Le Grand PoutineFest is ongoing in the parking lot out front—they are closed.
A Plateau woman has been reunited with her pet bird after it flew away in early June and it's all thanks to the quick thinking of a Good Samaritan.
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.
The opposition in the national assembly is criticizing the CAQ government's refusal to provide Quebec with a provincial plan to combat date-rape drugs.
A lawyer for Quebec's regional health authorities says a proposed class-action lawsuit on behalf of residents of long-term care homes that had COVID-19 outbreaks should not go forward.
Quebec Health Minister Christian Dube says it's up to the heads of healthcare establishments to decide whether to reimpose masks as the respiratory virus season approaches.
Between six and 10 per cent of health-care workers in Quebec have suffered from the long COVID since the start of the pandemic, preliminary data released on Thursday revealed at the first Canadian Symposium on long COVID, in Montreal.
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.
Premier François Legault says that abolishing the Quebec sales tax (QST) on building materials would be far too costly a measure in relation to its effectiveness.
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.
Ten years after Quebec's government wanted to launch oil and gas exploration on Anticosti Island, the picturesque territory in the Gulf of St. Lawrence has been added to the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Union leaders and Hollywood studios reached a tentative agreement Sunday to end a historic screenwriters strike after nearly five months, though no deal is yet in the works for striking actors.
A Toronto woman has been hospitalized in France with a severe case of botulism after eating improperly preserved sardines at a Bordeaux wine bar.
Travis Kelce put the ball in Taylor Swift's court, and she wound up bringing it to Arrowhead Stadium after all. Call it what you want. It's out of the woods now.
Calgary paramedics took a man to hospital in life-threatening condition on Saturday after an incident at the Ship and Anchor pub.
One year after a wave driven by post-tropical storm Fiona slammed into the back of her house and twisted it like a corkscrew, some residents of Port aux Basques, N.L., are backing away from the sea.
Seven years after OSIRIS-REx was sent into space to retrieve a sample of an asteroid, the NASA-led spacecraft has delivered its cargo into Earth’s orbit, and Canada is set to receive a piece.
Five days after reaching a tentative deal, Unifor members voted this weekend and have narrowly ratified a new three-year collective agreement with the Ford Motor Company.
High inflation is driving workers to take labour action and press for wage increases, according to a new report by Canada's largest bank that says more turbulence could be on the way for Canadian labour relations