The Crown is asking a Quebec court judge to admit new evidence in the sexual assault trial of former television star Eric Salvail that it says indicates he gave a false impression of himself on the witness stand.
A Quebec man who has been charged for advocating genocide following a brief RCMP investigation into 'disturbing online posts' about Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the Muslim community is set to appear in court Monday.
Ubisoft has decided to hire Christophe Derennes as the new director of its Montreal studio following the departure of Canadian director Yannis Mallat, who left due to an investigation surrounding allegations of misconduct and inappropriate behaviour.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is apologizing for making 'a mistake' by not removing himself from conversations about granting WE Charity a sole-sourced contract to run the now-halted $900 million COVID-19 student volunteer program.
In its 26 years of existence, officers with Canada's largest Indigenous police force have never shot and killed anyone and no officer has died in the line of duty, despite a grinding lack of resources and an absence of normal accountability mechanisms.
The Australian white supremacist who admitting killing 51 worshippers in a mass shooting at two New Zealand mosques has dismissed his lawyers and will represent himself when he is sentenced next month.
After two Montreal-area bar owners voluntarily told customers about recent COVID-19 infections, but health authorities say they're not required to, since contract tracers should be on top of the situation.
Quebecers travelling to the Iles-de-la-Madeleine by car through New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island this summer must now register online with those provinces, the Quebec government announced Sunday.
In one Montreal restaurant, patrons are getting a fashion-food two-for-one: Mannequins placed at tables not only ensure social distancing but also sport chic outfits that can be purchased to benefit charity.
Medical researchers and supercomputers are turning genetics labs into virus detective agencies, looking to find the novel coronavirus itself within blood samples from thousands of infected patients.
With the temperatures and humidity high, those not wanting to be stuck on the Highway on the weekend might want to avoid Highway 15 between the Turcot Interchange and Nuns' Island, and also stay away from Highway 20.
With many Quebecers at home in quarantine this week, both staying in and leaving the house can pose health risks. 'You can get out of that hot apartment' if needed, health authorities say, but take precautions.