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Investigators say the arrests followed raids last month in Laval and in Nova Scotia. A fire chief was among those arrested, according to the Journal de Montreal.
New regulations for cannabis edibles and topicals come into effect on Oct. 17. Here's a look at the regulations.
Former Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre was among dozens of people sleeping in tents in downtown Montreal
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Chinese social media giant WeChat may have ignored Canadian election laws by allowing political ads to run on its platform without setting up a digital ad registry.
The sounds of protesters banging on pots and pans resonated around metro stations and in parks on Tuesday--it's a familiar tactic to those who witnessed the 2012 student protests.
Young people's privacy is sometimes nothing private and concerns the Quebec Commission d’acces a l’information (CAI) which relaunched its cybersecurity month tour of secondary schools called 'Ce que tu publies, penses-y'.
The Ministry of Transportation is introducing a pilot project to help drivers avoid traffic bottlenecks by getting them to choose the correct lane as soon as possible on the South Shore.
Marlene Jennings and Gilles Duceppe weigh in on what a Liberal or Conservative minority government would mean for Canada.