The mayors of Montreal, Quebec City and Gatineau are hailing a new federal-provincial deal-in-principle on affordable housing. Under the new deal, $1.4 billion will go to fund affordable housing in cities throughout the province of Quebec.
Montreal public health authorities announced Wednesday that 30,668 people have now tested positive for COVID-19 on the island and 3,476 people have died due to the disease since the start of the health crisis.
Montreal public health officials are urging Montrealers to cut back on social gatherings and show more vigilance when they do take part in social activities, as the city moves into the "yellow" COVID-19 alert zone.
The mayor of Montreal is calling on employers to encourage workers to return to their offices. In a news conference Tuesday morning, Mayor Valerie Plante said a return to the office will help provide a boost to the downtown economy.
Ensemble Montreal Saint-Laurent Mayor Alan DeSousa is throwing his party’s weight behind the boaters in Lachine and is putting forward a motion at Monday's municipal council meeting to ask the City of Montreal to reconsider a decision to shutter the Lachine Marina to create a waterfront park.
The City of Montreal is continuing to redevelop Sainte-Catherine St. West, and announced Thursday that it is awarding a $20 million contract to Ceveco Inc. to complete the construction work at Phillips Square.
The number of tents in Montreal has risen dramatically during the COVID-19 pandemic as homeless people look for a place to sleep that is safe and secure. City officials know that solutions are needed soon as the summer nights grow shorter
Major changes to Quebec immigration are set to come into effect this week, and protesters against the controversial reform to the popular Quebec Experience Program took to the streets in downtown Montreal for the eighth week in a row.