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Sandra Parker of LCI Education is on a mission to improve and spread quality education worldwide.
Maestro Kent Nagano of the Montreal Symphony Orchestra is teaching the power of music education at a school in Montreal North.
Quebec's government has unveiled a broad five-year, $1.5 billion plan to adapt society to the digital economy.
The charity has been renting space from Montreal's largest school board, the Commission Scolaire de Montreal, for decades but that may come to an end in the next 18 months.
Joy Ross-Jones of Artista on an upcoming program at imagotheatre.ca
Children in Montreal are learning Mandarin to connect with family and future opportunities
Student Savannah Carpenter, who helped organize the sit-in, said that while some classmates weren’t taking the issue seriously, events such as this help combat lethargy and ignorance.
MUHC volunteer Erin Hogg has worked tirelessly every Dec. 6 to do her part to fight violence against women.
Sophie Gregoire-Trudeau is at the Polytechnique Massacre ceremony, and speaks about the efforts to fight violence against women.
Wednesday marked the 28th anniversary of the massacre at Ecole Polytechnique, when a gunman opened fire, killing 14 women.
With the provincial government drastically scaling back its investigation into system racism in Quebec, community groups are stepping forward to launch their own inquiry.
A new mural will honour those who live with Alzheimer’s disease and will highlight their hidden artistic talents.
Montreal Alouette Kyries Hebert has suffered at least two concussions in his career
Alexandre Taillefer's 14-year-old son took his own life two years ago
Ecole Polytechnique has honoured a young female engineering student from Manitoba just days before the 28th anniversary of the 1989 massacre that claimed 14 lives.
As the Polytechnique massacre anniversary draws near, the school is awarding a scholarship to a woman pursuing a graduate degree.
A class action lawsuit filed by a Saguenay mother is putting school boards and the Ministry of Education in a bind.
Claudio Di Iorio advocates for safe driving after a car crash landed her in a coma and nearly killed her.
The former U.S. vice-president spoke of leadership and met with Mayor Valerie Plante.
Martine Roy was dishonourably discharged for being homosexual. She talked to CTV Montreal about the federal apology
Nakuset of the Montreal Native Women's Shelter reacts to the missing and murdered indigenous women and girl's inquiry in Quebec.
Jasmin Roy leads an anti-bullying group and has suggestions about what parents and schools can do.
A group that has worked with those living with HIV and AIDS for 25 years may be forced to cut services due to the elimination of federal funding, but staff and volunteers are promising to keep the doors open.
Two years after an influx of Syrian refugees came to Montreal to escape civil war, many are still struggling with integration, but a new non-profit is hoping to help.
Cathy Wong, the first Asian women elected to City Hall, talks to CTV Montreal about her new job as speaker of the council
The activist talks to CTV Montreal about the 12-day campaign to raise awareness of gender-based violence
McGill's school of nursing has an innovative project with Accueil Bonneau
The Just for Laughs co-founder is consulting for the Montreal Laughs Festival/Festival du rire de Montreal
Jean-Yves Duclos talks to CTV Montreal about the $11 billion plan to make housing more affordable for low-income Canadians
Restaurateurs around Montreal are collecting socks for the homeless for the fourth year in a row.