The 32-year-old Quebecer officially announced his retirement from professional football on Thursday morning.
'Things have not improved' when it comes to access to CHSLD (long-term care home) accommodation, said Quebec ombudsperson Marc-André Dowd. Dowd criticized the administration of homes, correctional services practices and the fiasco at the Quebec auto insurance board (SAAQ) digital roll out in his annual report.
In response to Wednesday's protests and counter-demonstrations on gender identity -- notably in Montreal -- Premier Francois Legault says he is concerned about polarization and appealed for calm on both sides.
The Official Opposition Quebec Liberal party is accusing the CAQ government of favouritism in the construction and renovation of schools.
Two Montreal suburbs filed a court challenge today to Quebec's 2022 language reform, seeking to be exempted from several articles of the law commonly known as Bill 96.
A 19-year-old man was rushed to hospital Wednesday night after he was critically injured in an armed assault in Montreal’s Villeray–Saint-Michel–Parc-Extension borough.
Quebec provincial police say a pilot suffered minor injuries after a small plane crash landed on Highway 20 in the Montreal area Wednesday afternoon.
There could be a deal announced soon that would allow retiring physicians in Quebec to work part-time to help address the shortage of family doctors in the province.
Canada's biggest airline says an unauthorized group briefly breached an internal system linked to the personal information and records of some employees.
Two women aged 80 and 60 have died of their injuries after being struck by a vehicle in a commercial parking lot on Aug. 16, Montreal police confirmed on Wednesday.
The City of Montreal and Saint-Leonard are butting heads over a well-loved soccer stadium after the borough has said it has to close the facility for the winter because it can't afford to keep it open.
The one-stop shop for registering a child in a daycare won't be in place before June 2024, the Legault government announced on Wednesday.
Chez Doris plans to temporarily suspend frontline services at its day shelter starting on Saturday for at least two months. As a result, clients won't have access to meals, day beds and caseworkers.
Few obituaries begin with the words, "I am pleased to announce" – but Amanda Denis believes in blunt honesty.
An Ontario senior has a warning for homeowners after she says a contractor overcharged her, demanding thousands of dollars to replace her garage door opener.
Travis Stock is grateful to have grown up from a shy boy to a fearless man — who was inspired by his big sister to overcome adversity through giving back — by finding a creative way to spread joy and positivity.
An Ontario woman looking for a part-time job is devastated after losing hundreds of thousands of dollars to an employment scam.
Post-tropical storm Lee rolled through the region over the weekend, bringing heavy winds and flash flooding, and experts say there's likely more storms to come in the years ahead.
Rock climbers in B.C.'s Sea to Sky region are hopeful new bag dispensers will address a growing – and gross – problem of human waste accumulating on popular climbing routes.
A Coquitlam, B.C., man had just stepped out of the shower and opened the door to his ensuite bathroom while naked when he was startled to find a Mountie standing in the bedroom.
A B.C. woman who was travelling with her husband and infant daughter says her family is lucky to be alive after a large metal bolt came crashing through their car's windshield while they were driving on a highway.
The real estate listing for one Manitoba home promises aspiring house hunters the chance to live in a former prime minister’s digs.
A Minneapolis gallery is asking US$10 million for 'A Walk in the Woods,' the first of more than 400 paintings that Bob Ross produced on-air for his TV series 'The Joy of Painting.'
Starting in 2024, officials say Singapore’s Changi Airport will introduce automated immigration clearance, which will allow passengers to depart the city-state without passports, using only biometric data.
As fall quickly approaches, temperatures are starting to dip, a key component in the changing colour of leaves.
Most of Spain's World Cup-winning players ended their boycott of the women's national team early Wednesday, but only after the government intervened to help shape an agreement to make immediate changes at the country's beleaguered soccer federation.
Looking for an 'inexpensive' way into the lucrative sports memorabilia market? One of Roger Federer's match-worn outfits might be your ticket.
Rupert Murdoch has stepped down as the chairman of Fox Corp and News Corp, ending a more than seven-decade career during which he created a media empire spanning from Australia to the United States.
Canada and Japan on Thursday agreed to work more closely together to establishing sustainable and reliable global battery supply chains, the Canadian government said in a statement.
Convicted murderer Alex Murdaugh did something Thursday he hasn't done in the two years since his life of privilege and power started to unravel -- plead guilty to a crime.
General Motors and Stellantis announced fresh layoffs Wednesday that they blamed on damage from the United Auto Workers strike, and the labour standoff grew more tense just two days before the union was expected to call for new walkouts.
Unifor national president Lana Payne says the union's tentative deal with Ford Motor Co. will solidify the foundations on which it will continue to bargain gains for generations of autoworkers in Canada.
Unifor and Ford Motor Co. are continuing to negotiate after the union extended a strike deadline by 24 hours.