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Cote-des-Neiges-NDG is trying to get rid of ragweed. Workers and volunteers have been removing ragweed from public and private land with the returning program.
Flavoured mango is a popular street food in countries all over the world. Now a couple is hoping their take on Colombia's 'mango biche' will be a hit in Montreal.
Environmental groups held a protest on Saturday calling on the Coalition Avenir Quebec government to cancel two planned projects that they said would set the province back on its greenhouse gas emission targets.
Within the next 50 years Quebec's population will grow by a quarter, reaching 10 million. As it does so the average age of citizens will continue to rise.
The provincial government is offering more cash and extending a deadline for private seniors' residences to install sprinkler systems. sprinkler suys
The English Montreal School Board is preparing for a long legal battle after losing its bid for a judicial stay to block the transfer of two schools to a French school board.
A new study from Montreal's public health department is calling on the city to take action against air pollution caused from wood-burning stoves in pizzerias and bagel shops.
Jonathan Jarry explains how a speculative study from a dubious researcher got worldwide attention
The Caribbean Curry House has been satisfying tastebuds since 1980 and will dish up Grenadian delights for Spice Island Cultural Day.
A new West Island restaurant is giving Montreal residents a unique look at some traditional Indigenous dishes.
A Canada Goose factory on Chabanel St. has found a wealth of workers in new immigrants.
A bakery and pastry shop on St-Viateur St. is closing after its rent shot up – and some believe it's part of a deliberate strategy.
Dr. Caroline Kilsdonk, president of the Quebec Order of Veterinarians, on new restrictions on dangerous dog breeds.
With July 1 moving day just around the corner, Montreal police are warning people to be careful about fraudulent moving companies.
Canada Post unveiled Thursday a series of 11 stamps to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the historic Apollo 11 mission that landed humans on the moon for the first time.
The borough of Cote-des-Neiges—NDG has plans to improve its cycling network, but not everyone is on board.
Le Bowhead, a new pub in the Plateau, serves up all the usual comfort food, but without the meat.
College Beaubois student Amanda Lisi on Oprah’s visit to her high school, and the teacher who inspired it.
Catherine Smith-Desbiens of Girls on Games says more women play than teenaged boys, yet the industry is not adapting to demographics
Two years behind schedule, the new Verdun Beach is scheduled to open this weekend but it's not quite ready, and crews are scrambling to finish work.