Many people searching for ways to get out of the house safely are turning to their cars, taking them for a road trip across the province, a drive-in movie, and even getting closer to nature from the comfort and safety of a steel cage on wheels.
Montreal restaurateurs aren't sure how they'll survive without terrasses. The Canadian Chamber of Commerce estimates that two-thirds of restaurants might be closed for good by the beginning of winter, including those that have already gone under.
If you've been assuming Halloween is impossible this year, don't be so sure. One Montreal health expert says it's one of the lower-risk holidays, and some Montrealers are already working on making it safer.
Several victims’ families are now seeking court permission to launch a class action lawsuit against the Allan Memorial Institute, McGill University and the Canadian and Quebec governments for CIA-funded brainwashing experiments that ruined their relatives' lives
As the harvest begins, many Quebec vineyards are offering the population the chance to come and lend a hand to pick the grapes between mid-September and Thanksgiving, an intense period, which represents the culmination of the work of a whole year.
As Quebec’s premier and public health experts continue to blame the rising number of COVID-19 cases on private gatherings and vow to crack down on scofflaws, a veteran Montreal events planner is chastising some in his industry for not adhering to public health guidelines.