The province announced that Moderna and Pfizer recipients may sign up to receive their second shots earlier than planned — yet those who took AstraZeneca and want to switch are being told to go to the back of the line.
Public Security Minister Genevieve Guilbault confirmed Monday that discussions have been underway "for some time" with Kanesatake leaders about bringing an Indigenous police force back to the Kanien'keha:ka (Mohawk) territory about 40 minutes north of Montreal.
Hotel Dieu and Auberge Versailles will be converted to homeless shelters, it was announced Friday, following the news that Hotel Place Dupuis will no longer serve as a temporary homeless shelter as of June 30.
While it may seem like the COVID-19 crisis is coming to an end, thanks to the province's robust vaccination campaign, researchers insist the last 18 months won't just be a bad memory, left in the past.
From the Manitoba prairie to the Mojave Desert, from largely empty arenas to a capacity crowd: not a lot about Monday's Stanley Cup semifinal opener in Las Vegas will be familiar to the Montreal Canadiens.
The number of active COVID-19 cases in Quebec dropped below 2,000 for the first time since early September when the Quebec Institute of Public Health reported 1,970 cases Saturday, a decrease of 98.
A driver is facing a charge of driving under the influence of alcohol following a crash that seriously injured the two passengers of the vehicle she was driving Saturday night in Sainte-Lucie-des-Laurentides, about an hour north of Montreal.
Montrealers still can't get a drink in a bar in the city, but the terrasses are open and hopping just in time to welcome those donning bleu-blanc et rouge to watch the unexpected Montreal Canadiens' playoff run.