Two instructors from the Rosemont Technology Centre are gearing up for a big trip – they’re headed across the world to pass along some amazing know-how that will help give the disabled a new lease on life.
Medical patients in need of urgent specialized care in Quebec’s remote regions will soon be able to receive helicopter transportation to Montreal’s Sacre-Coeur Hospital, part of a pilot project announced on Friday morning.
Political and social tension stoked by the proposed Quebec Charter of Values was a contributing factor in the radicalization of Muslim youth who left Canada to join jihadist groups in Syria and Iraq, according to a new study.
The father of the man behind last year’s Quebec City mosque shooting that left six people dead denounced the Crown on Thursday for seeking a sentence of 150 years and said years of bullying against his son should be taken into account during sentencing hearings.
Montreal's Native community marked National Aboriginal Day with a ceremony at the Old Port and members of the community took the occasion to reflect on the country's often brutal history and possibilities for reconciliation.
A new study suggests federal and provincial governments can help ease some of the frustrations of travellers and grow the country's air transport sector by reducing taxes and fees imposed on the industry.
While the campaign leading up to October’s provincial election hasn’t officially started, Quebec’s political leaders were out in force on Wednesday, trying to drum up enthusiasm for their visions of the province’s future.