Candidates Valerie Plante and Denis Coderre both say they’re planning to stimulate the local economy if elected mayor of Montreal.
Montreal mayoral candidate Balarama Holness on being shut out of the Chamber of Commerce debate and what it means for business groups.
Political scientist Donald Cuccioletta on China sending warplanes near Taiwan’s defence zone and rising tensions between the U.S. and China
Daniel Beland takes a look at the biggest headlines of the week as Montreal heads towards a municipal election on Nov. 7
Goal Initiatives Foundation founder Paul Desbaillets explains how play can help with pandemic-era strains on mental health
Political analyst Raphael Melancon discusses the mandatory healthcare vaccine and the language debate.
Pornhub owner MindGeek has settled a U.S. lawsuit involving 50 women, including four Canadians, who had alleged they were duped into a massive sex-trafficking operation.
As Montreal police continue to investigate the city's 25th homicide -- and second fatal stabbing in two days -- videos are circulating on social media that mock the 16-year-old victim.
A Manitoba pastor is set to be released from custody following his arrest for alleged defiance of public health orders.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford said he believes opposition parties are playing politics over his comments on immigrants and said he's been told his remarks were 'bang on.'
With just one week to go before B.C.'s broader COVID-19 vaccine mandate for health-care workers comes into effect, about 5,500 employees have yet to receive their first dose.
The Newfoundland and Labrador government is moving ahead with plans to drop the word "savages" from the official description of the Indigenous people depicted on the province's nearly 400-year-old coat of arms.
Three people are dead and two others critically wounded following a shooting at a home in the southeastern Wisconsin city of Kenosha, police said.
Investigators searching for Brian Laundrie, the missing fiance of Gabby Petito, found 'some articles' of his off a trail that he frequented near his family's home in Florida on Wednesday, family attorney Steven Bertolino said.
Imprisoned Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny was awarded the European Union's top human rights prize Wednesday in a clear slap at President Vladimir Putin.
Police in Germany, Italy and Bulgaria detained 11 people and raided 46 residential and commercial buildings in an investigation into tax fraud by the Italian mafia involving the trade in luxury vehicles.
A U.S. House committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection voted unanimously to hold former White House aide Steve Bannon in contempt of Congress after the longtime ally of former President Donald Trump defied a subpoena for documents and testimony.
Hostage negotiation experts say time is the greatest issue facing the FBI and government officials in rescuing 17 members of a U.S.-based missionary group, including one Canadian, who were kidnapped over the weekend by a violent gang in Haiti.
Former U.S. President Donald Trump wants to countersue a former 'Apprentice' contestant who accused him of defaming her when he denied her sexual assault allegations.
Netflix Inc employees are staging a walkout on Wednesday in an unprecedented show of defiance to protest the streaming giant’s decision to release comedian Dave Chappelle’s new comedy special, which they say ridicules transgender people.
Here is a list of some countries that have approved or are considering vaccinating children against COVID-19.
A new study from the University of Alberta recommends limiting the use of forceps during childbirth.
British and international authorities are closely monitoring a subtype of the Delta variant that is causing a growing number of infections in the United Kingdom.
The federal Conservatives—the only caucus yet to confirm how many of its MPs remain unvaccinated—have come out in opposition to the new mandatory vaccination policy announced by the House of Commons. The decision taken by a cross-party committee of MPs that means that as of Nov. 22, anyone entering the House of Commons precinct will need to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
Laila Goodridge, the newly elected Conservative MP for Fort McMurray—Cold Lake, says changing the narrative around Canada's oil and gas sector is of utmost importance to her as she takes on her new role in Ottawa.
Anyone entering the House of Commons precinct -- including MPs -- will need to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as of Nov. 22, the Board of Internal Economy has ordered. The new rule starts on the day the 44th Parliament kicks off.
As the concept of the metaverse quickly becomes a buzzword in technology and business, here's a closer look at what it means.
The Orionid meteor shower is expected to reach its peak in the early hours of Thursday morning, but the full moon may obstruct the show for celestial watchers.
Apple's fall product event on Monday, which had been widely framed in the press as a MacBook event, it was arguably the AirPods that stole the show. So how did this product become so popular?