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Last month the agency that controls security aboard flights in Canada changed what passengers are allowed to bring aboard -- but the rules are different depending on destination.
Jim Pfaus, human sexuality researcher at Concordia University, talks to CTV Montreal.
A new study shows parents of children with severe food allergies should worry about what’s happening under their roof.
Sex therapist Laurie Betito on the new plan to reinstate sex education in schools and what it will entail.
Education minister Sebastien Proulx specified on Thursday that mandatory classes would be taking place as of next year for elementary and high school students.
At 37 years old and in relatively good health, Jean-Philippe Larose collapsed at a hockey game last week, narrowly surviving a heart attack.
Kimm Carriere of McGill's clinical psychology department on training for weight loss
Canadians are eating out more and can expect to pay extra to do so in 2018, suggests a forward-looking report into food prices.
Montreal city council passed a motion Monday night to phase sugary drinks out of all municipal buildings.
Children in Montreal are learning Mandarin to connect with family and future opportunities
Canada's 100 Best Restaurants Magazine was in town to launch its fall issue and toast Montreal’s top cooking talents.
More and more toys incorporate artificial intelligence and Concordia's Sandra Chang-Kredi reveals how it can affect children.
A tax on sugary drinks is once again being brought up at Montreal city council.
The Quebec Major Junior Hockey League has announced key changes aimed at improving player safety.
New research commissioned by the Heart and Stroke Foundation reveals that half our daily calories in Canada come from ultra-processed foods, and that children are the biggest consumers.
Quebec continues to lose thousands of residents every year, and the number of those leaving is growing.
A new mural will honour those who live with Alzheimer’s disease and will highlight their hidden artistic talents.
Lidia Bastianich is an author and TV host who was a refugee as a child
The strains of influenza spreading across Canada are especially harsh this year, while the vaccine is not as effective as would be hoped.
A new condo development project in Candiac is making use of gardens and solar panels to generate buzz and attract buyers.
Quebec’s mental health is getting a boost as Health Minister Gaetan Barrette announced a $35 million public program to provide psychotherapy to those who need it.
The Duchess Bake Shop: French-inspired recipes from our bakery to your home is a decadent treat from bakery founder Giselle Courteau.
Dr. Daniel Mishkin's book is called 'The Other Side of the Bed: What patients go through and doctors can learn.'
McGill researcher Gabrielle Gobi has studied the effects of cannabis use on teenagers
A Montreal school rushed into action this week after a staff member discovered students were signing a suicide pact.
Beyonce, Ronaldo, Selena… Instagram has revealed its top 3 posts of the year.
As many as 50 per cent of manufacturers are suffering from a skilled labour shortage. The EMSB is showing off its new training facility.
Parti Quebecois leader Jean-Francois Lisée has spoken out against comments made by an MNA in his caucus.
Meghan Markle became an advocate for women when she was an 11-year-old elementary school student, and achieving gender equality remains a driving force for the fiancee of Britain's Prince Harry and self-described "feminist."
Hymie Sckolnick has passed away at the age of 96.