Nathalie Cooke with McGill’s library and archives describes what libraries have contributed to history.
Renee Vezina and Dr. Jesse Papenburg discuss the Montreal Children Hospital Foundation's new ad campaign.
Sports analyst Meeker Guerrier analyzes Habs VP Jeff Gorton’s hiring and why it matters that the next GM speaks French.
McGill University’s Jonathan Jarry explains the truth behind why some people believe spending time in saunas could cure any ailment.
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.
Three weeks after southern B.C. was hit by the first in a series of atmospheric rivers, the province's deputy premier says efforts are shifting from emergency response to recovery and debris management.
A Washington state man convicted of killing a young couple from Saanich, B.C., more than three decades ago will get a new trial after an appeals court reversed his conviction due to a juror's bias.
Quebec City police (SPVQ) said Monday there are reasonable grounds to believe a police officer has committed a crime in two incidents following a series of videos in recent days showing violent altercations with the public.
Experts warn that supply-chain issues across the country could threaten the availability of a Christmas dinner staple: turkey.
The Canadian Armed Forces says its water purification system in Iqaluit is up and running again after it was down for two weeks.
A document circulating online about 'apprehending' unvaccinated people in Ontario is fake and has been sent to police for investigation, the government says.
The U.S. Justice Department said Monday it is ending its investigation into the 1955 lynching of Emmett Till, the Black teenager from Chicago who was abducted, tortured and killed after witnesses said he whistled at a white woman in Mississippi.
U.S. President Joe Biden is ready to warn Vladimir Putin during a video call Tuesday that Russia will face economy-jarring sanctions if it invades neighbouring Ukraine as the U.S. president seeks a diplomatic solution to deal with the tens of thousands of Russian troops massed near the Ukraine border.
A British woman testified Monday that Ghislaine Maxwell pressured her into giving Jeffrey Epstein sexual massages when she was still a teenager, assuring her she would have 'fun' with him.
A few dozen survivors of Pearl Harbor are expected to gather Tuesday at the site of the Japanese bombing 80 years ago to remember those killed in the attack that launched the U.S. into the Second World War.
An unusually strong winter storm is clobbering the Hawaiian Islands and raising the threat of dangerous flash floods, landslides and crashing tree limbs.
Over the past 16 years as chancellor, Angela Merkel was credited with raising Germany's profile and influence, working to hold a fractious European Union together, managing a string of crises and being a role model for women.
The organization behind the Grammys says Drake is taking himself out of contention for the celebrated music awards.
The Kennedy Center Honors returned to tradition this year with a real-life gala Sunday night and the presence of the president for the first time since 2016.
After wrapping up his annual gig as the voice of Christmas, Canadian crooner Michael Buble is set to head to Sin City.
As Canada strengthens its travel restrictions amid the rise of the Omicron variant, frustration and confusion is ensuing for travellers stuck at quarantine facilities, many of whom are reporting inadequate conditions and poor communication from officers.
Future pandemics could be even more lethal than COVID-19 so the lessons learned from the outbreak must not be squandered and the world should ensure it is prepared for the next viral onslaught, one of the creators of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine said.
U.S. President Joe Biden pledged Monday that his social agenda legislation would deliver tangible savings on prescription drugs for all Americans. Relief that consumers have clamored for is now in sight, he asserted.
Pressure is mounting on the Canadian government to commit to a diplomatic boycott of the upcoming Beijing Winter Olympic Games after the U.S. announced its intention to do so Monday.
Four Conservative MPs have been absent from the House of Commons since it passed a motion tightening the mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy, with Leader Erin O'Toole refusing to say why.
The NDP's foreign affairs critic is calling Canada's travel restrictions on foreign nationals in the southern Africa region racist. The federal government announced a ban preventing foreign nationals in the southern Africa region from travelling into Canada in late November as a response to the Omicron variant.
The elite Russian state hackers behind last year's massive SolarWinds cyberespionage campaign hardly eased up this year, managing plenty of infiltrations of U.S. and allied government agencies and foreign policy think tanks with consummate craft and stealth, a leading cybersecur
Twitter acknowledged on Friday that a new policy it unveiled this week to protect users from harassment is being abused by malicious actors — days after journalists, left-wing activists and self-described 'sedition hunters' reported their accounts had been locked for sharing publicly available images of anti-maskers, anti-vaccine protesters and suspected Capitol insurrectionists.
Marine creatures and plants typically found in coastal regions have found new ways to survive in the open ocean by colonizing plastic pollution, scientists say.