Hundreds of Quebecers have been unable to sign leases in the pandemic and thousands more seem to be hanging onto their homes by a thread, according to new figures from the province, including 3,235 who used a special interest-free loan to pay rent.
Canadians who use social media instead of traditional news sites to stay up to date on COVID-19 are more likely to believe misconceptions about it, according to a new study by McGill University researchers.
In Saint-Henri, as the family of 8-year-old Liam Aglat-Clayman prepares for his funeral, neighbours who never met the boy have renewed a longstanding campaign to slow traffic on the road where he was hit by a car.
Crescent Street is the latest Montreal street to go car-free for the summer. Montreal Mayor Valerie Plante confirmed the section affected will be between Ste. Catherine St. West and de Maisonneuve Blvd.
Quebec's annual two-week construction holiday is in full swing, and with many Quebecers staying closer to home this summer because of COVID-19, towns in the Gaspe region are seeing an influx of tourists drawn to the charming seaside landscapes.
A new Federal Court ruling sends a clear message: the Roxham Road 'irregular' border crossing shouldn’t exist. The court found that asylum seekers should be able to make claims at official land crossings instead.