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Just two days after announcing it will move to weekly COVID-19 data updates, the Quebec government on Friday reversed course, announcing it will resume publishing daily updates as of Monday.
Casinos, amusement parks, water parks, spas, hotels and bars have been given the green light to reopen in Quebec, effective immediately.
Despite calls to name the new REM station in Griffintown after its historic Irish community, it will be named after former Quebec premier Bernard Landry.
Quebec's coroner Pascale Descary has ordered a large-scale public inquiry into the COVID-19 deaths of seniors in the province's long-term care facilities.
Montreal is seeing a 'considerable and significant lowering' of the epidemic curve of COVID-19, the city's top public health official said on Tuesday.
Despite Premier Francois Legault's insistence that there is no systemic racism in Quebec, the CAQ government is rolling out an action group to weed out discrimination.
Montreal public health authorities reported 29 new COVID-19 cases on Monday and six more deaths, bringing the city's total to 26,717 cases and 3,205 people who have died from the virus.
A four-alarm fire sent smoke billowing into downtown Montreal Thursday afternoon. The fire broke out at 1:50 p.m. in a three-storey residential building at 1275 St-Andre Street in the Gay Village.
High winds are downing power lines across southwestern Quebec as wind gusts are reaching up to 70 kilometres per hour.
Police on the South Shore of Montreal are asking for the public’s help in finding a missing 15-year-old from La Prairie.
With most major events cancelled this summer, Montreal has decided to take art, culture and recreation to the streets.
Montreal entrepreneur Alexandre Taillefer is poised to become the next chairperson of Bixi Montreal’s board of directors.
Some Montreal boroughs are pushing back against the city's proposed plan to close several streets to cars and make them pedestrian-only.
Many gym owners say they've been forgotten, and believe getting back into business will be good for everyone's wellbeing.
Quebec is reopening restaurants in many areas in the province as of June 15. The Montreal region, Joliette and L'Epiphanee will open a week later, as of June 22.
Montreal public health officials are reporting 83 new cases and one new death from COVID-19 on Monday.
There is another call for police departments in Quebec to acknowledge racial profiling after a video began circulating on social media showing a Laval police officer dragging a Black man out of a car by his hair.
A team at the Montreal General Hospital has come up with a novel way to help protect health-care workers by adapting snorkel masks to replace the N95 mask.
A commander with the Montreal police force has broken ranks to call out his own, saying racism and racial profiling exist on the police force.
Montreal has reached the grim benchmark of more than 3,000 deaths from COVID-19. Public health officials released new data Thursday showing the city is now at 25,900 cases and 3,016 deaths.
A natural gas leak forced the closure of the intersection at Guy St. and Rene-Levesque Blvd. on Wednesday morning.