The Ecomuseum Zoo on Montreal's West Island had a most unwelcome visitor overnight between Monday and Tuesday that resulted in Kola, a raven who lives there, being either stolen or freed. If not returned, zoo staff is confident he will die.
The Island of Montreal reached a grim new benchmark of the COVID-19 second wave Wednesday as the city reported over 200 hospitalizations due to the disease for the first time since the beginning of September.
Montreal politicians, social workers and police have been trying to convince 100 people to leave the tent city in the east end. But despite the offers, including a hotel-shelter, the campers say they have good reasons for staying.
'Quebec was born in French, and it will stay French,' French Language Minister Simon Jolin-Barrette said at a news conference on Tuesday. He added that the changes won't impact services available for English-speaking Quebecers.
Over the last six years, there have been 10 to 13 overdose deaths per month on the island. Now, it’s up to 15 to 17. Experts say there have been more deaths because of drugs than COVID-19 among homeless residents.
With COVID-19 pandemic restrictions sidelining team sports, a Montreal-area e-commerce business is working overtime to send out DIY backyard ice rinks for those looking to stay fit and get some family time in while being at home.
Some children and teens have an especially hard time with the changes and stress brought on by COVID-19, a Montreal child psychistrist says. Help is available -- but the other good news is that resiliency can be taught and practiced over time.
Researchers think magic mushrooms will be the future of health care. But how easily and how fast regular people will be able to use them is another question -- one a Montreal organization wants to see solved quickly.
After missing out on Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur and Passover, Jewish people in Quebec are struggling with the province's decision to lift safety measures during a serious second wave of COVID-19 -- but only for Christmas.