Quebec Premier François Legault made it clear he won't negotiate with gym or restaurant owners who threaten to break COVID-19 rules, and he called opposition parties not 'responsible' for undermining the restrictions. He also talked about Christmas plans.
The Legault government must 'pull itself together' and justify its decisions regarding COVID-19 restrictions or else Quebecers' trust will keep eroding by the day, according to all three of the province's opposition parties.
More than 130 Canadian tech leaders are calling on the prime minister to create a prosperity plan because they say the country won't excel without support for innovators and the government has been slow to offer help.
Many Montrealers trying to schedule a flu shot at a CLSC or pharmacy are finding themselves out of luck, and one expert says it is unlikely that the province will be able to secure more shots at this point.
Amy Coney Barrett was confirmed to the U.S. Supreme Court late Monday by a deeply divided Senate, with Republicans overpowering Democrats to install President Donald Trump's nominee days before the election and secure a likely conservative court majority for years to come.
In a video posted to Urgences-Sante's Twitter page, paramedic Rachelle Aubichon details her experience with COVID-19 and the lasting impacts it has had on her health, six months after she contracted it.
The City of Laval is buying two islands to protect their rare biodiversity: Ile aux Vaches and Ile Sainte-Pierre, both near Terrebonne. When their development plans are complete, they'll be open for hiking, cycling and paddling.
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.
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.
Armenia and Azerbaijan on Monday accused each other of violating the new cease-fire announced the day before in a bid to halt the fighting over the separatist region of Nagorno-Karabakh that has killed hundreds, and possibly thousands, in just four weeks.
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.