A wind tunnel lab, hydroponic systems creating living walls, fungus building seats for public transit, and a solar panel bus shelter – it’s all part of Concordia’s new exhibition venue called ‘4th Space.’
The health minister says she is "righting a longstanding wrong" in the health care system.
As of April, the parents of children who have cancer will no longer have to pay for dental or orthodontic problems caused by chemotherapy and radiation.
Joseph Swift has been building his own world for over three decades in a Griffintown basement. Once his lifelong passion, Swift says he’s ready to part with it. Problem is, he’s having trouble finding a new home for the expansive miniature train set.
It’s possible that no one knows Montreal’s fine dining scene quite like Lesley Chesterman does – the Montreal Gazette’s restaurant critic has tasted it all. But after 20 years of writing about the best and the worst, she’s moving on.
A Catholic Priest and a cardiologist are urging parents to evaluate the new sexual education classes that are part of Quebec's curriculum, and consider pulling their children out of those classes at the elementary school level.
After the weeks of libations that come with celebrating the holidays, some Montrealers are taking a decidedly more sober look at January – and a new survey shows it could have benefits that last all year.
In 2007, Bergeron suffered a stroke and developed “Locked in” syndrome, a condition in which a patient can’t move or speak, and may never recover. However, step by step, Bergeron is rebuilding her life.
The busiest time to be in a mall is the final Friday afternoon before Christmas.
Survey after survey shows that many shoppers wait until just before the holiday because they are hoping for good deals and steep discounts.