Ottawa announced Monday it is pitching in $3.6 million in funding for the Resilience Montreal day centre, helping it buy and renovate a building near Cabot Square to support Indigenous people experiencing homelessness in the city.
Quebec announced Monday that 579 more people have tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 24 hours, the lowest number in months for the province. This brings the overall total number of infections since the start of the pandemic to 293,210.
The Shipping Federation of Canada is warning that a potential strike at the Port of Montreal is already having a damaging impact even as negotiations are set to resume Wednesday with the help of mediators.
The Royal Family absorbed the tremors Monday from a sensational television interview by Prince Harry and Meghan, in which the couple said they encountered racist attitudes and a lack of support that drove the duchess to thoughts of suicide.
In a wide-ranging interview aired Sunday, Harry and Meghan described painful palace discussions about the colour of their son's skin, losing royal protection and the intense pressures that led the Duchess of Sussex to contemplate suicide.
The author of a series of popular Quebec books and co-author of a future book with former American Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is coming to the defence of a Mile-End bookstore that's threatened by rising rent.
The province reported Sunday that the number of COVID-19 patients in Quebec hospitals dropped below 600 for the first time since the fall. There were nine fewer people receiving care in the province's hospitals than there were 24 hours ago, for a total of 592.
Facebook communities pushing misinformation about COVID-19 vaccines in Canada have grown by 48 per cent in the past six months, according to a new report by a U.K. think tank that specializes in monitoring disinformation, extremism and hate online.
The economic and life disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has prompted some recent immigrants to leave Canada and return to their countries of origin, where they have more social and family connections.
Going to live theatre may soon be a reality again in Montreal for the first time since the fall, but promoters say they are worried that the curfew currently in effect is putting them in the spotlight.
The Quebec organization with a mission to promote and defend the French language - the Mouvement Quebec francais - is calling the Legault government's plan to cap English CEGEP spots a 'false good idea.'
During the COVID-19 pandemic, Montreal has seen a troubling rise in opioid fatal and non-fatal overdoses, as the street drug market has been flooded with toxic mixes of new drugs containing dangerous combinations of chemicals.
March 8th 2021 marks one year since Canada's first death from COVID-19, a senior in a long-term care facility in British Columbia. Since then 55 per cent of all deaths have been long-term care residents. It has been described as a senicide: the killing of the elderly or their abandonment to death.