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A Montreal company is offering up a more environmentally-friendly way to make concrete.
Joan Roch runs 10 kilometres to work every day, only his run takes him across the frozen St. Lawrence River.
The West Island Palliative Care Residence's annual Valentine's Day ball honoured tireless founder Teresa Dellar, who died last August.
A Horse Tale is a special place for retired caleche horses that no longer walk Montreal’s streets.
Starting April 1, vehicles with a larger engine capacity will have to pay more for their parking vignettes in the Ville-Marie borough than small or electric cars.
Quebec is set to modernize the province's curbside recycling program.
Environment Minister Benoit Charette announced on Tuesday that is it gradually introducing new measures.
The city of Montreal will help affordable apartment buildings in need of repair with their renovation costs.
With her art exhibit at UQAM, Heidi Barkun explores the success and failure of In-Vitro Fertilization
The Montreal Alouettes have changed their mind about axing the cheerleading squad.
Dogs and their owners gathered in DDO for the annual Bark 'n Brunch fundraiser that raised money for the Animatch Animal Shelter.
Millennials getting famous for streaming their video games isn’t uncommon but a Montreal duo is using their channels to show the world what’s possible.
Montreal police are investigating after a person was caught on video hanging onto a rear bus bumper and being dragged along Sherbrooke Street.
All eyes will be on Hollywood for the Oscars on Sunday night but Montreal has become an increasingly important part of the big budget film world, especially when it comes to special effects.
Quebecers are also less leery of organically modified foods and less likely to pay extra for organic foods, the study found.
Jean Beliveau's 1963 Montreal Canadiens sweater, 1959 Stanley Cup ring and the pair of skates he wore when he scored his 500th goal are among items going up for auction later this month.
Lately, Tinder is being used for much more than just casual dating, according to a researcher from Concordia University in Montreal.
The annual Vision Celebration Gala fundraiser for the Black Theatre Workshop honoured professor and writer Nigel Thomas and others.
A shared space workshop in Little Italy is helping Montrealers build and repair their own things. The only rule is that customers have to do it with their own two hands.
The Atwater Library, which stands near the corner of Atwater Ave. and Ste. Catherine St. W, is the oldest subscription library in Canada
A Muslim Quebecois rapper addressed the solemn crowd gathered Wednesday night to commemorate the third anniversary of the Quebec City mosque attack, and his words reflected the inherent politics of the tragedy and its aftermath.