Montreal's First People's Festival began Tuesday night with a film screening at the Monument-National on Saint-Laurent Blvd. and will run until Sunday, featuring screenings, dance, music and other arts celebrating Indigenous culture.
The Montreal Canadiens haven't brought the Stanley Cup home since 1993 -- but a very convincing replica is sitting in a garage in Boisbriand, Que., about 35 km northwest of Montreal.
Three boys out fishing in Kahnawake on the South Shore of the Saint Lawrence River spotted a seal on Sunday morning, more than 1,000 kilometres from its natural habitat.
The 107th World Esperanto Congress opened its doors Saturday in Montreal, a first for the metropolis and for Quebec.
Under Quebec's Employment Standards Act, tip money goes to the servers, and the cash can't be shared with other employees like cooks unless staff agree.
Montrealer Michael Fagen took home top prize in North America's biggest Scrabble competition last week, despite being an underdog.
Pope Francis was in Quebec for just under three days, drawing far fewer people to the Plains of Abraham than many expected while receiving mixed reviews for his apology to Indigenous people and hope for reconciliation.
Montreal drag queen Barbada de Barbades is continuing her journey to teach kids that reading is fundamental.
It's a stinky situation in Montreal's Park Extension neighbourhood, where residents say the garbage problem has gotten out of control.
The man behind the Plateau Astro website wants Montrealers to go outside and look up.
In the Montreal area, 'micro-bursts,' 'severe thunderstorms,' and 'tornadoes' are terms we've all heard to describe the weather.
When two Montreal-area boys set up a lemonade stand to raise money for multiple sclerosis (MS) research -- a disease their mother was diagnosed with two years ago -- they never expected police to intervene.
Although war memories are there to stay for most Ukrainian children, some refugees in Montreal have a chance to relive their happy childhood by visiting the zoo or a waterpark.
A home under construction in Richmond Hill, Ont. -- which is nearly twice as tall as the others on the street -- has heightened concerns among residents.
A Little League batter rose from a beaning to console the upset pitcher in a dramatic scene at a Little League regional tournament game Tuesday in Waco, Texas.
A Toronto man who’s been playing the lottery since the late '70s is set to retire after he won big in a recent Lotto 6/49 draw.
At the age of 13, Wyatt Sharpe has interviewed the prime minister, a premier, party leaders and cabinet ministers -- and he's not even in high school yet.
Not only will Team Canada be playing on home soil when they face Latvia in their first game of the tournament on Wednesday, they'll be doing so during a period of intense scrutiny for Canadian hockey.
Nova Scotia hockey star Nathan MacKinnon has confirmed the Stanley Cup is coming to Halifax.
The World Cup in Qatar could start one day earlier than scheduled with FIFA looking at a plan to let the host nation play Ecuador on Nov. 20, a person familiar with the proposal told The Associated Press on Wednesday.
Firefighters on Tuesday finally overcame what officials described as the worst fire in Cuba's history that over five days destroyed 40% of the Caribbean island's main fuel storage facility and caused massive blackouts.
Germany's finance minister said Wednesday that the government plans to make tax cuts worth more than 10 billion euros (US$10.2 billion) to benefit broad sections of the population squeezed by high energy costs and inflation.
Falling gas prices gave Americans a slight break from the pain of high inflation last month, though overall price increases slowed only modestly from the four-decade high that was reached in June.
Bolivia's decision to open an alternate route to its historic 'Death Road' - a serpentine dirt path across the towering Andes hills known for its deadly cliffs - has led to a resurgence of wildlife in the area, according to an environmental group.
Drivers were so eager to fill up before gas prices rise again that some stations across British Columbia ran out.
Bicycles have long been a means of transport in China and once outnumbered cars on city streets. Now cycling is increasingly also seen as a sport by an urban middle class that has benefited from China's growth into the world's second largest economy.