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Loto-Quebec is celebrating its 50th anniversary with new website, special $2 ticket.
Montreal chicken joint Ma Poule Mouillee is getting some big word of mouth buzz after placing number one on Yelp’s list of the top 100 restaurants in Canada.
Madison Kilbourne of Jimmies Gym shows some strength exercises to keep older adults healthy.
A consumer rights association is calling on the Canadian government to take legislative action requiring merchants across the country to accept cash from their customers.
Tenants' rights advocates are calling on Quebec to put a cap on massive rent increases caused by the current Montreal residential housing crisis.
A private chef who moved to Canada from Iran five years ago is spreading a message of peace, love and kindness through Persian food.
They may appear aloof or peaceful, but a scientific study says cats might be suffering in silence.
Montreal's annual car show is underway at the Palais des Congres, and again this year the focus is on electric vehicles – even muscle cars
A group of animal rights protesters marched into Joe Beef during dinner on Saturday night, demanding that the restaurant cease serving meat.
A South Shore couple is braving the heat to spread the word of how cool the art of glass blowing can be.
For all you unicycle enthusiasts out there (you know who you are!), take a look at this: it's a battery-powered unicycle developed by Honda.
If you haven't bought your Lotto Max ticket yet, you might want to get on it: a record $70 million jackpot is still up for grabs.
Dr. Joe Schwarcz of the McGill Office for Science and Society discusses the impact of a vegan diet on athletic performances.
Sophie Sucree Vegan Bakery in the Plateau aims to quench the craving for sweet treats, while avoiding animal-based products, and has become a destination particularly during Veganuary.
Dante Hardware in Little Italy continues to draw cooking fans to its brick-and-mortar shop and its array of old-school cooking wares.
The more carefully a gift is wrapped, the higher the receiver's expectations – and the bigger risk they'll be disappointed, a new study in the Journal of Consumer Psychology warns.
A new pet bylaw requiring cats and dogs to have licences and microchips aims to curb the number of abandoned animals in Montreal.
If you're headed to a holiday party this weekend, the Montreal police wants to remind you not to drink and drive.
Montreal police on how deceptive even one glass of alcohol can be -- and also how the rules for pulling over a driver have changed.
With the holidays fast approaching, officials from Montreal's Trudeau International Airport are offering travellers tips to make their visit through the airport simpler and less stressful.