More than 130 lawyers and other professionals want the Quebec government to make good on its promise to find a place in the Quebec family for the "guardian angels" working on the COVID-19 front lines but with precarious immigration status.
The Quebec government's plan to reopen elementary schools on Jan. 4, seven days after the festive period between Dec. 24 and 27 is ill-advised and based on incoherent and confused scientific reasoning and should be reconsidered.
A new study by global staffing firm Robert Half found employees feel like they are working around the clock from home. CTV News' Chief Financial Commentator Pattie Lovett-Reid explains that just because you can now work from home doesn't mean it's working for you, in her column for CTVNews.ca.
Criticism towards Alberta Premier Jason Kenney and praise for Ontario Premier Doug Ford on their handling of the pandemic all comes down to optics, Don Martin writes in his latest column for CTVNews.ca.
The overwhelmingly Quebec federalist anglophone community may have sighed relief in 2018 knowing that if a non-Liberal provincial government had to be elected, at least it had not been replaced by an avowedly secessionist one. But nationalism in Quebec endures and is competitive.
When deciding on our next vehicle, there are many excellent and practical reasons that come into play. But there’s no denying that Quebecers’ preference for large vehicles cannot continue indefinitely.
The French language is not in the free fall that some pundits and politicians want Quebecers to believe and we needn’t vilify people who want more clarification about the decline of the French language and the evolving condition of the minority English-speaking population.
The case for creating a greener, more sustainable and more innovative economy is stronger than ever. The arguments amplify long-standing calls for an improvement in our environmental and social performance. However, there is already an undeniable solution within our ministries and municipalities.
We made the most of it, feeling pride and joy as we noted the progress Quebecers have made regarding their relationship to alcohol. But it was not a time of complacency, and we also looked ahead, contemplating all that remains to be done.