Thomas Mulcair explains why the Quebec Liberal Party and the Parti Québécois are trying to reinvent themselves.
The Montreal Economic Institute’s Maria Lilly Shaw explains the correlation between Quebec’s booming economy and ever rising prices.
McGill University’s Jennifer Ronholm explains what it could mean for people if antibiotics stopped working to treat infections.
Dr. Paul Le Guerrier of Montreal Public Health talks COVID-19 concerns in communities where vaccine hesitancy is high.
W5’s Avery Haines looks at an upcoming report on what happens to drug dealers if someone is killed by a substance they sell.
Sports analyst Meeker Guerrier explains what exactly is wrong with the Habs, write with the Als and all else in sports.
Canada's plan to require novel coronavirus tests for all but U.S. arrivals on international flights risks causing 'chaos' and long lines if all passengers are expected to get tested at airports, industry groups said.
More people in Ontario will soon become eligible to get a third dose of COVID-19 vaccine.
Several rivers in British Columbia were under flood warnings on Wednesday as hundreds of homes remained evacuated because of heavy rainfall.
The Supreme Court of Canada has agreed to hear arguments about the fairness of B.C. proceedings that led to guilty findings for two men in the first-degree murders of six people.
Ontario health officials are reporting 959 new cases of COVID-19 and seven more deaths due to the disease.
A new study suggests that the presence of more overdose prevention sites (OPS) in B.C. has been associated with a wide range of health benefits.
With the Delta variant of COVID-19 pushing up cases in Europe and growing fears over the Omicron variant, governments around the world are weighing new measures for populations tired of hearing about restrictions and vaccines.
The Russian military has deployed coastal defence missile systems near Pacific Islands also claimed by Japan, a move intended to underline Moscow's firm stance in the dispute.
The Biden administration has struck an agreement with Mexico to next week reinstate a Trump-era border policy that forces asylum-seekers to wait in Mexico for hearings in U.S. immigration court, U.S. officials said Thursday.
The House panel investigating the Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol insurrection has voted to pursue contempt charges against Jeffrey Clark, a former Justice Department official who refused to answer the committee's questions -- but the panel agreed to let him come back for another try.
The Kremlin voiced concern Thursday about a possible escalation of fighting in a separatist conflict in eastern Ukraine as the U.S. issued a strong warning to Russia to stay away from Ukraine.
The top adviser to the European Union's highest court on Thursday said that the principle of linking the bloc's budget disbursements to respect for rule of law is compatible with the bloc's laws and that a challenge by Hungary and Poland should be dismissed.
Alec Baldwin told ABC's George Stephanopoulos in an interview airing Thursday that he did not pull the trigger on a prop gun he was holding on a New Mexico film set when it went off, killing a cinematographer.
Jacqueline Avant, a Los Angeles philanthropist and the wife of legendary music executive Clarence Avant, was fatally shot at their home in Beverly Hills, California, early Wednesday, police said.
The Duchess of Sussex on Thursday won the latest stage in her long-running privacy lawsuit against a British newspaper publisher over its publication of parts of a letter she wrote to her estranged father.
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected Canadians’ plans to have children, according to new analysis from Statistics Canada.
In the biggest challenge to abortion rights in decades, the Supreme Court's conservative majority on Wednesday signaled they would allow states to ban abortion much earlier in pregnancy and may even overturn the nationwide right that has existed for nearly 50 years.
The World Health Organization (WHO) agreed on Wednesday to launch negotiations on an international pact to prevent and control future pandemics at a time when the world is gearing up to battle the new Omicron variant of coronavirus.
The Office of the Secretary to Gov. Gen. Mary Simon says that there's been an 'unauthorized access to its internal network,' with the scope of the breach still under investigation. According to a statement issued Thursday morning, the Office of the Secretary to the Governor General (OSGG) is working with the Canadian Centre for Cyber Security on the investigation and 'took immediate action to strengthen its network.'
The House of Commons unanimously agreed to pass Bill C-4, the legislation to ban LGBTQ2S+ conversion therapy, through all stages without study or amendment after a Conservative motion, making it the first bill to pass the House in the 44th Parliament and head to the Senate. This rapid fast-tracking came just two days after the Liberals tabled the expanded legislation.
The new on-arrival COVID-19 testing and isolation requirements for all air travellers coming from outside of Canada other than from the United States could come into effect at any time, depending on the airport, according to Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos.
Spacewalking astronauts replaced a broken antenna outside the International Space Station on Thursday after getting NASA's all-clear for orbiting debris.
A newly discovered extinct swordfish-shaped marine reptile estimated to be 130 million years old is shedding light on the evolution of ichthyosaurs, ancient marine animals that resemble modern-day swordfish.
NASA called off a spacewalk Tuesday because of menacing space junk that could puncture an astronaut's suit or damage the International Space Station.