Montreal light heavyweight boxer Jean Pascal was arrested for failing to provide a sample to police after he was pulled over for allegedly driving while impaired.
All Quebecers are now eligible to get their influenza shot for free, Quebec announced Friday morning, in an 'exceptional' move pushed by a particularly strong flu season and increased traffic in emergency rooms.
The lawyer for a Montreal man accused of wilfully promoting hatred against Jews argued in court on Friday that the prosecution failed to properly define Nazism or present evidence about what happened during the Holocaust.
Quebec will appeal a recent court decision banning random roadside stops by police. The ruling was hailed by some as a positive step against racial profiling, but the province says it harms police work and doesn't address the root problem.
Cole Caufield, Nick Suzuki and Kirby Dach scored in the shootout to give the Montreal Canadiens a 3-2 win over the Chicago Blackhawks 3-2 on Friday. Suzuki and Joel Edmondson scored in regulation for Montreal, which got its third win in four games.
A 93-year-old woman has died after an apartment fire in Montreal's West Island. She was transported to the hospital in critical condition and died later of her injuries.
The Parti Quebecois (PQ) has failed in its attempt to obtain what it considered to be 'the bare minimum' in terms of budget and speaking time to do its work in the national assembly.
Two teenage boys were arrested by Montreal police (SPVM) Friday after gunshots were fired in the Villeray—St-Michel—Parc-Extension borough. The SPVM were called to the intersection of St-Roch Street and Terrasse St-Roch after gunfire was reported around 1:35 p.m.
Team Canada and CF Montreal defender Alistair Johnston may be swapping the blue and black of the MLS team for the green and white of Scottish powerhouse Glasgow Celtic.
Former Amazon.com Inc. workers and labour organizers will visit some of the e-commerce giant's Quebec locations today as part of a global movement urging the company to stop "squeezing" workers, communities and the planet.
A 22-year-old man is in critical condition Friday evening after a car crash in Saint-Valérien-de-Milton, in Quebec's Montérégie region. Alcohol and speed may have been involved, according to the Sûreté du Québec (SQ). The driver lost control of his vehicle and drove into a ditch on Highway 211 around 3:30 p.m. Friday.
Police arrested two men in their 20s in connection with a fatal stabbing of a 19-year-old man in Montreal's Outremont borough earlier this month.
An additional 22 people are in hospital with COVID-19 as Quebec recorded 12 new deaths related to the virus, the provincial health ministry said Friday.
An additional supply of 500,000 units of children's medication will arrive in Canada over the next three weeks through foreign imports, the federal government announced Friday, as rising flu and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) cases place strain on the health-care system and on families.
Montreal police (SPVM) officers working out of the organized crime division announced Friday that they arrested 10 people (with 18 warrants pending), seized gold, drugs, cash, and other items, and dismantled a fraud network worth over $31 million.
Police are investigating a stabbing in Montreal's Plateau-Mont-Royal borough Monday morning that sent one victim to hospital with serious injuries.
The City of Longueuil will not be able to proceed with the culling of deer in Michel-Chartrand Park until the Quebec Court of Appeal renders a decision on a Superior Court judgment in the matter.
A report released today confirms 22 cases of forced sterilization of First Nations and Inuit women in Quebec since 1980 and calls for the practice to end. The study says that several participants did not realize they had been sterilized until years after the procedure when they sought treatment for fertility issues.
Local producers are finding ways to avoid supply shortages of products like lettuce, while keeping inflation in check by growing products locally or avoiding buying from California.
The family of a 38-year-old man killed by Montreal police two months ago held a rally on Sunday to amplify their calls for answers. Ronny Kay, a financial advisor from Nuns' Island in Montreal, was fatally shot during an SPVM intervention on Sept. 17. His family is still questioning the circumstances surrounding his death.
The 'Headdresses Around the World' exhibit at the Pointe-a-Calliere museum in Old Montreal includes a collection of around 300 items from around the world.
Quebec is shelling out just under a half-million dollars in support of the three biggest Christmas markets in Montreal The Ministry of Tourism announced in a news release that it is granting $479,500 to the Grand Circuit féérique de Montréal, which runs until New Year's Eve.
Father Christmas will once again ride his sleigh through downtown Montreal on Saturday, after a two-year absence due to health restrictions. His return will be marked by a touch of extravagance with the presence of drag queen Barbada from Barbados, who will slip into the shoes of the Star Fairy for the first time.
The crisis at Montreal's pediatric institutions has become so dire that hospitals and the Quebec government are grabbing hold of any idea that may help prevent the system from breaking down since circumstances are only expected to get worse.
Service dogs help people with disabilities navigate the world, but for many Quebecers, they can be out of reach financially. But the nonprofit organization Mira is trying to change that.
For many years, Inukjuak, like many communities in the north, has relied on diesel to heat homes, keep the lights on, and power its institutions. Now, for the first time in the region, construction is underway on a massive hydroelectric project. When it's completed, it will replace diesel at the community's primary source of energy, and provide a surplus which Inukjuak will sell to Hydro-Quebec.
Inuit in Inukjuak are still overcoming the effects of Canadian influence in their home. In this extended interview, Inukjuak's former mayor, the late Simeonie Nalukturuk describes, in his own words, the residential school system, the dog slaughter, and the forced Arctic relocation. CONTENT WARNING -- This interview contains details some may find distressing.
Inukjuak is one of 14 Inuit communities in Nunavik, the northernmost region of Quebec. Take a look at some scenes from there, as community members prepare to stop using diesel, which presently provides for the bulk of the municipality's energy needs.
This is a story about Inuit resilience, self-determination and true climate leadership. The day before this site went live on CTV, the documentaries were screened at Uquutaq High School in Inukjuak. Next up, we will screen with the Indigenous Clean Energy team at the Canada Pavilion at COP27 in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt. The focus is on Indigenous communities leading the way in Canada’s energy transition.
The Quebec Professional Association of Real Estate Brokers says October home sales in Montreal dropped to a level not seen since 2014.
Montreal property owners have been hit with massive increases in their valuations -- on average, the increase is expected to grow 32 per cent over the next three years.
Condo owners in St-Jerome are worried they’ll lose everything after they say the builder cut corners, leaving them with massive repair bills.
Ontario photographer Cody Evans has gained national attention for capturing a photograph of a wave that many viewers think has a face.
After six weeks, more than 70 witnesses, and the submission of more than 7,000 documents into evidence, the public hearing portion of the Public Order Emergency Commission wrapped up on Friday.
Canada had just lost its first World Cup match in 36 years, outplaying Belgium for much of a 1-0 defeat, and an emotional John Herdman revealed in the on-field interview what he had just told his players during a postgame huddle.
Health Canada has issued a recall for an educational children's toy, which may contain above-legal amounts of lead.
Lionel Messi’s Argentina face a crucial encounter against Mexico after Kylian Mbappe’s France battle Christian Eriksen’s Denmark. Australia and Poland both stayed alive in the competition with wins.
Ukrainian authorities endeavored Saturday to restore electricity and water services after recent pummeling by Russian military strikes that vastly damaged infrastructure, with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy saying millions have seen their power restored since blackouts swept the war-battered country days earlier.
The World Cup in Qatar has sparked soccer – and non-soccer – conversations around the world. CTV's W5 Executive Producer Derek Miller writes for CTVNews.ca about his observations from the tournament and how soccer is evolving in Canada.
The federal government says it is investing $39.4 million to support Indigenous languages in the territories.
Heavy rainfall triggered landslides early Saturday on the southern Italian island of Ischia that collapsed buildings and left as many as 12 people missing.
With a seemingly endless list of choices, finding the right toy this holiday season may seem like a daunting task. Industry observers share the toys that caught their eyes this year.
Team Canada is in need of at least a draw against 12th-ranked Croatia to keep its World Cup hopes alive. Heather Wright reports.