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The long weekend brought some much needed sunshine to Montreal and that had the city’s garden centres busy as people sought to try out their green thumbs on Monday.
Health Canada has already disciplined three unauthorized clinics. Unregulated procedures could lead to serious health concerns.
With farmers market season now underway, many Montrealers are out shopping for local produce.
His original cookbook, How to Bake, has been re-released and his advice is simple: remember to enjoy it.
Cannabis users looking to re-up their supply won’t have to wait anymore. As of May 20, all branches of the Société québécoise du cannabis (SQDC) will be open seven days a week.
Parliament Hill went to the dogs Wednesday as veterinarians lobbied MPs to authorize the use of medical cannabis for critters.
The Sierra Club of Canada launched a short film called ‘The Vanishing Call of the Right Whale’ featuring actor Ethan Hawke in an effort to garner more support for marine life in the gulf.
Cattle producers across the country are backing Quebec colleagues who have filed a complaint over a popular new meatless burger that is being advertised as "plant-based meat."
Elias Makos looks at how political leaders are pressuring Facebook and other companies to crack down on hate speech and video.
Starting this weekend, bars in Gatineau will be allowed to stay open until 3 a.m.
There is a new option for getting around Montreal – and a new competitor for Uber. Eva is an app-based taxi cooperative.
Researchers at the MUHC want parents to know more about the signs of type 1 diabetes – because early diagnosis could help prevent major health problems for some children.
The McGill Interdisciplinary Initiative in Infection and Immunity is dedicated to fighting the very real problem of growing resistance to antibiotics.
Melanoma, a form of skin cancer, is on the rise in Canada. Dr. Beatrice Wang of the MUHC’s melanoma clinic explains why awareness is key.
A CEGEP in Montreal has stopped using plastic straws as part of a movement away from single-use plastic items.
Chantal Kreviazuk and Raine Maida honoured the 50th anniversary of the famous Yoko Ono – John Lennon Bed-In for Peace.
A moment in Mexico was a semester in the making for Electronics Technology Engineering students at Dawson College.
Marco Ottoni from the St. Raphael Palliative Care Centre on medically assisted death and palliative care.
Twenty people from the South Shore and Montreal – a mix of family, friends and strangers - are splitting a $50-million Lotto Max jackpot.
Quebec's Court of Appeal has ruled that a woman who claimed Loto-Quebec misled her on her chances of winning a jackpot cannot launch a class action against the provincial Crown corporation.
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