The former Minneapolis Police officer who pressed his knee into George Floyd's neck was charged with second-degree murder and the three other officers on scene during his killing are charged with aiding and abetting second-degree murder, according to court documents.
A motion prepared by the Center for Research-Action on Race Relations (CRARR) and tabled on Friday by Independent city councillor Marvin Rotrand is asking the city to “unanimously and vigorously denounce acts of hatred, discrimination, and violence directed against Montrealers of various Asian origins.” It will be voted on in the upcoming city council meeting on June 15.
Quebec buildings with heritage value are too often left to deteriorate over the years and fall victim to negligence on the part of the provincial Culture Department, according to a scathing report by the province's auditor general.
The Montreal Alouettes head coach divulged during a teleconference Tuesday he received death threats while he was the quarterback of the CFL's Winnipeg Blue Bombers because of his interracial marriage.
The initiative that was promised six months ago will allow people to receive legal advice and support from a lawyer, free of charge and in confidence. In Quebec, Juripop has partnered with 90 lawyers.
The new rules ban camping in public parking lots, including those at shopping centres, near beaches and other public spaces. Signs will be installed to indicate this, and people who disobey the rules will be fined.
Cote St-Luc Mayor Mitchell Brownstein said his council passed the bylaw on Monday, and businesses have two weeks to comply. Fines for businesses and individuals who violate the bylaw range from $100 to $500, he said.
There are 1,175 people being treated for COVID-19 in Quebec hospitals as of Tuesday, down 10 from the 1,185 reported Monday. Of those in a hospital, 161 are in intensive care, down two from the 163 reported 24 hours earlier.
An Ontario company says it is developing a new saliva-based test for COVID-19 that will fit in the palm of the hand and be able to detect if someone is infected with the virus in a matter of 20 minutes.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau did not speak for some 21 seconds when asked to comment on U.S. President Donald Trump's handling of protesters in the United States, ultimately avoiding even saying Trump's name in his eventual response.
People who successfully complete the training will be guaranteed a full-time job as of September at a long-term care facility for seniors, known in Quebec as CHSLDs, that will pay a gross salary of $760 a week, or about $49,000 a year.
On Monday, NDG Mayor Sue Montgomery and opposition leader/city councillor Lionel Perez tabled a motion to press Montreal police to wear portable cameras – an idea the city of Montreal considered a few years ago before Projet Montreal decided in 2019 (after a pilot project) that it would be ineffective and too expensive.
Joe Biden mounted one of his most aggressive attacks against U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday, deriding the commander in chief's disregard of core constitutional values and blistering him for being 'more interested in power, than in principle.'
Quebec’s liquor board says it is reopening liquor stores on Sundays as of this week. The Société des alcools du Québec (SAQ) said Tuesday it has been given authorization by the government and with the approval of public health officials.
The federal government has begun procuring the supplies that will be essential for 'mass vaccinations' in the event that a vaccine is found for COVID-19, starting with signing a contract for 37 million syringes.
Huawei Technologies Inc.'s ambitions to be a player in Canada's 5G network are very much in doubt after two of the country's three largest telecom companies announced partnerships with the Chinese tech giant's European rivals.
Testimonies collected by The Canadian Press show that bonuses offered to healthcare employees working in hospital hot zones aren’t being paid to workers from different sectors, like social workers, special educators, physiotherapists, and others.