Dozens more people were hospitalized with COVID-19 in Quebec Friday as the province logged 701 new cases.
After just a few hours of debate, Quebec's National Assembly voted unanimously Thursday evening to pass a new bill that would prohibit anti-vaccine protesters from demonstrating near schools, daycares, and hospitals -- an offence punishable by a fine of up to $12,000.
Quebec Premier François Legault is insisting employers have the right to oblige their employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19 upon returning to the workplace.
Reported daily COVID-19 caseloads in Canada could reach unprecedented highs later this month if current levels of virus transmission are not reduced, new federal modelling data shows.
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Quebec's vaccine passport is being used by businesses and services across the province, limiting access to non-essential shopping and activities for those who aren't fully vaccinated.
Canadian hospitals spent nearly $1 billion caring for patients with COVID-19, with the average cost per patient being $23,000.
Canadians with the lowest credit ratings repaid the most credit card debt in the first year of the pandemic as part of a wave of non-mortgage debt repayments, Statistics Canada said Monday.
New Democrats say they've have been flooded with calls from Canadians aged 65 and up who suddenly find themselves cut off from monthly government payments due to the pandemic benefits they relied on last year.
The Canada Recovery Benefit is now unavailable to people who haven't yet filed their taxes for 2019 or 2020, according to recent changes on the Government of Canada’s website.
The federal government is tapping the brakes on its plans to phase out pandemic aid programs this summer, deciding instead to freeze benefits at current levels and extend help by an extra month beyond the previously planned end date.
Quebecers across the province are set to take part in a Canada-wide demonstration to demand action be taken against climate change.
The COVID-19 outbreak at St. Mary's Hospital Centre in Montreal is getting worse.
In its latest bid to bring residents back to the downtown core, Montreal revealed Friday several creative projects set to roll out into next year.
"If he had been born a woman, Mr. Roberge would have been tossed out a long time ago by the premier, having demonstrated for three years that he was not up to the task," Liberal education critic Marwah Rizqy said Friday.
A man has been charged with first-degree murder in the case of a violent break-and-entry in LaSalle earlier this month. Police are still seeking other suspects.
Montreal police (SPVM) are looking for more potential victims of 56-year-old Michel Sauriol, who was arrested after a pair of break-and-enters targetting seniors.
The offer of bonuses to Quebec nurses has just halted what could have become a ratified agreement for 60,000 union members working in Quebec’s health and social services sector.
Mitchell Brownstein says he plans to run again for mayor of Côte Saint-Luc. Brownstein announced on Thursday he will seek a third mandate in the Nov. 7 election.
U.S. Justice Department officials and Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou have reached a deal to resolve the criminal charges against her, allowing the woman who has been at the centre of a years-long major geopolitical case to enter into a deferred prosecution agreement and be released, under certain terms.
The head of emergency medicine for the Alberta Medical Association says major components of triage have already begun in Alberta.
Canada's Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Theresa Tam says "active" discussions are underway with various countries, including the U.S., to permit the entry of Canadians with mixed COVID-19 vaccine doses.
New Brunswick will be returning to a state of emergency as the province continues to battle the growing fourth wave of COVID-19, officials announced Friday.
Gatineau police say the deaths of a father and his two young children at an Aylmer, Que. home were a double murder-suicide.
Lawyer Lisa Jean Helps breaks down what to know about the Meng Wanzhou case and deferred prosecution agreements.
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