Nemeroff was in his early 30s and had gathered a list of accolades, including appearing on Conan and at Just For Laughs and being nominated for a Juno. Raised in Montreal West, he also leaves behind a grieving family.
Montreal police have arrested their first suspect in the homicide of 15-year-old Meriem Boundaoui that happened almost a year-and-a-half ago.
Black Quebecers suffering from serious disease like sickle cell anemia need more Black blood donors, whose blood is most likely to match their own. Hema-Quebec is trying to reach these 'under-represented' potential donors.
The federal government has signed an agreement with Quebec to provide $221 million in funding for long-term care homes in the province to address 'gaps in infection control' and staffing issues highlighted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Montreal's mayor and a provincial opposition party leader are warning that the city's affordable housing shortage is going to get worse if more money isn't made available.
Mamadou Konate's first refugee claim was rejected because he was involved in the Ivory Coast civil war almost 20 years ago. Canada’s Immigration Act says that anyone who participated in trying to overthrow a government cannot seek residency in Canada. Konate says that's too simplistic.
The City of Montreal has issued a boil water advisory for some neighbourhoods in the eastern part of the island.
A six-turbine wind farm was officially inaugurated Monday in Montérégie on Montreal's South Shore in the presence of several officials from the Kanien'kehá:ka (Mohawk) community of Kahnawake and others.
An organization that helps women and children move out of their abusive homes says if it doesn’t find more volunteers by moving day dozens of families in Montreal will be forced to remain in dangerous situations.
With Canada Day right around the corner, here is a list of events where you can celebrate Canada’s 155th birthday in the Greater Montreal area:
Class was in session Monday for some Montreal teachers, who spent the day at the Holocaust Museum taking part in a seminar about the Holocaust and genocide.
A Quebec Superior Court judge has authorized a class action lawsuit against the Trois-Rivières Diocese for alleged sexual assaults from 1940 to the present day.
Quebec reported no new deaths related to COVID-19, as officials note they are unable to provide hospitalization data due to a "change in methodology."
The agreement in principle that was reached on Friday regarding the renewal of the collective agreement in certain branches of the Societe quebecoise du cannabis (SQDC) has been ratified.
A group of legal aid lawyers is going on strike for half a day on Monday, while the renewal of their collective agreement remains unresolved with the Quebec government.
While women who are pregnant, or are planning to become pregnant, have certainly known for a long time that they have to be very careful with their alcohol consumption, a new study warns that the same probably applies to men.
Quebec's independent bureau of investigations is analyzing an altercation involving a Longueuil police officer that left one man dead.
Montreal police is investigating after a vehicle was set on fire late in a residential area of Montreal North.
A man in crisis stabbed several people Sunday morning in downtown Montreal, leaving one dead and three injured.
Beverley Rothstein suffers from multiple sclerosis (MS) and is struggling after the adaptations to her bathroom have made her situation worse and she may be evicted.
The higher parts of Angelique Beauchemin's land, she said, are sinking an inch or two a year as they slope ever more steeply toward the river. While she's not a scientist, she says her biggest fear is that one day there will be a landslide and the white house at the top of the hill where she's lived for decades will tumble down.
For 50 years, an IBM plant in Bromont, Que. has been making the processing chips that power the world's technology.
To the frustration of those trying to get across the Jacques-Cartier Bridge and the delight of almost everyone else in the city, the Loto-Quebec International Fireworks Competition returns to Quebec starting Saturday night.
Friends and family of a 17-year-old girl who died in what police are calling an accident on the shore in LaSalle gathered Saturday to remember the Montreal teen who her mother said was 'was full of life.'
Quebec residents will be celebrating the provincial St-Jean Baptiste Day in-person today for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic forced organizers to cancel most festivities over the past two years.
Mathurin, who grew up in Montreal North and whose parents are from Haiti -- he speaks English, French, Spanish and Creole -- hugged his mom and sister before walking up to the stage. His pick, one of two Canadians snapped up in the first round, was celebrated across the country.
Those who know the debate most intimately said there's little nuance to be found in Quebec Premier Legault's arguments about Quebec's immigration model. 'Every time it's as painful as it is the first time,' said a spokesperson for a Sikh group.
A second legal challenge has been filed against Bill 96, focusing on a rule requiring corporations to translate -- at their own cost -- court documents into French. This could include First Nations, one-person businesses, charities and all sorts of groups. Lawyers argue the rule is unconstitutional.
It's no secret that Bill 96, Quebec's new French-language law, has created an abundance of turmoil in the province -- have it be among English-rights groups, health care professionals, educational experts and many others.
A United Nations summit on biodiversity (COP 15) will be held in Canada instead of China, organizers announced Tuesday, the second major international event to be moved from China because of its strict anti-coronavirus policies.
Officials in Saguenay, Que., secured a perimeter around a neighbourhood at risk of landslides Tuesday and tried to ensure that residents forced from their homes had places to stay.
A coalition of Indigenous representatives, environmental organizations, health professionals and outdoor enthusiasts have long called for the protection of more forests and ecosystems in southern Quebec.
COVID-19 pandemic shortages and extreme weather have put one of the most popular condiments in jeopardy -- mustard.
With summer approaching, more Quebecers are heading outdoors -- but health authorities are issuing a warning about Lyme disease because of an increase in ticks.
The coalition of Quebec environmental organizations Vire au Vert is calling for a leaders' debate exclusively on the climate crisis in the upcoming provincial election.
More than 175,000 tons: that's the amount of waste Quebec Electronic Products Recycling Association (EPRA-Quebec) spokesperson Martin Carli said the organization recycled in a decade on the occasion of the organization's 10th anniversary and World Environment Day.
The avian flu virus has hit colonies of Common Eiders and Great Black-backed Gulls of the St. Lawrence.
Quebec will lift COVID-19 mask mandates on public transportation as of Saturday, June 18. Health officials confirmed in a news release Wednesday that Health Minister Christian Dube made the decision following a recommendation from public health.
Experts say the easing of public health restrictions that were aimed at curbing the spread of COVID-19 has lead to a surge in cases of influenza, something not typically seen at this time of year.
A small Canadian study suggests that individuals who contact COVID-19 may experience cognitive failures that impact their performance at work, even after recovering from the initial illness.
Quebec's health network spent $15 billion to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a report tabled by Health Minister Christian Dube.
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.'
The Montreal fire department is advising people to avoid the intersection of Sherbrooke Street East near Durocher Avenue due to a major building fire.
A head-on collision has killed three people in Sept-Iles on Quebec's North Shore.
The couple originally met while working on a flight to Los Angeles. This time, they were flying the same route as passengers to celebrate their anniversary.
Tamara Lich, one of the organizers of the Freedom Convoy, has been arrested in Alberta for alleged breach of bail conditions, CTV News has learned.
An Ontario community is reeling after a 23-month-old boy died when he was accidentally left in a hot car outside the school where his mother taught, the mayor says.
Group of Seven leaders considered a possible cap on the price of Russian gas exports on Monday as a way to put the squeeze on the funding for Vladimir Putin's war with Ukraine.
A 30-year-old woman is dead after falling off a horse at the Ponoka Stampede on Sunday.
Forty-six people were found dead in and near a tractor-trailer and 16 others were taken to hospitals in a presumed migrant smuggling attempt into the United States, officials in San Antonio said.
Russian long-range bombers fired a missile that struck a crowded shopping mall in Ukraine's central city of Kremenchuk on Monday, raising fears of what President Volodymyr Zelenskyy called an 'unimaginable' number of victims in 'one of the most disastrous terrorist attacks in European history.'
An Amtrak passenger train traveling from Los Angeles to Chicago struck a dump truck Monday in a remote area of Missouri, killing three people and injuring dozens more as rail cars tumbled off the tracks and landed on their sides, officials said.
As long lines persist, Canadians travelling in the next 24 to 48 hours are being given priority at some passport offices.
Organizers of a central Alberta rodeo and its parade committee are calling for calm after a float in this weekend's parade, which possessed a racist theme, was seen in the procession.
Ottawa convoy organizer Tamara Lich has been arrested in Alberta for allegedly breaching her bail conditions.