Quebec public health authorities announced Sunday that 100,114 people have now tested positive for COVID-19 in the province, and 6,143 people have died due to the disease since the start of the pandemic.
The First Nations chief behind a small but contentious fishing fleet trapping Nova Scotia lobster outside the regulated season raised concerns on Sunday about Ottawa's latest bid to quell violent protests by non-Indigenous agitators.
The Liberal Party of Quebec (PLQ) is circulating a petition to "put an end to the political correctness drift" after a whirlwind of controversy surrounding University of Ottawa part-time professor Verushka Lieutenant-Duval's use of a derogatory, racist term in class and subsequent suspension.
Laurlyn Ley was nearly 42 weeks pregnant when she headed to St. Mary’s Hospital in Montreal to deliver her daughter in May. But things took a turn for the worse – and the family is still trying to figure out just what happened that day.
There is a growing wave of eligible American voters in Canada who are participating in an election that has shaped up as a referendum from afar on a controversial president, the Republican Donald Trump.
Public health authorities in Montreal reported Saturday that 40,723 people have now tested positive for COVID-19 on the island and 3,514 people have died due to the disease since the start of the pandemic.
A person perished Saturday morning in his burning vehicle following a terrible collision involving three vehicles in Val-d'Or, in Abitibi-Temiscamingue. A second man succumbed to his injuries in hospital, according to the Surete du Quebec (SQ).
Since the first wave of COVID-19 lot of people have been searching for comforting distractions and new activities to help pass the time. Montrealer Naomi Silver-Vezina is no exception and managed to turn a new hobby into an overnight internet success story with harp accompaniment.
The independent research organization, the Fraser Institute, released a ranking of Quebec schools that shows the province's high schools have improved in every corner of Quebec, while also showing that as many have declined in test scores.