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The fire at Notre Dame Cathedral had all eyes on Paris this week, sharing photos and videos of the blaze - but also some misinformation.
The centre hopes to host major international tournaments where athletes can make millions just by playing video games.
CTV Digital Analyst Elias Makos on the risks that come with popular trend of genetic testing.
Daryl Haggard, assistant physics professor at McGill, explains what black holes are and why they’re so elusive
When Canadian astronaut David Saint-Jacques exited the International Space Station this week for his first spacewalk, it was dark out and he couldn't really see Earth.
Germain Belzile of the Montreal Economic Institute says carbon taxes are a better way to change habits
The law would make everyone in the province a donor by default.
An innovative way of treating breast cancer is now being practiced at the Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital.
Dr. Israel Fortin implemented the treatment, which involves combining surgery and radiation therapy.
Health Canada says it will suspend licences for Biocell breast implants unless the company that makes them provides new evidence about their safety.
Video of the mosque shootings in N.Z. was seen by millions of people - some of the largest and most tech-savvy media outlets worldwide faile
For the past two years, Kids Code Jeunesse has been going to elementary schools to teach primary students how to code.
Kids Code Jeunesse has been teaching young students how to code. This week they were in Margaret Manson Elementary School.
With Amazon's official release of its French Canadian language option for Alexa on March 21, the results are now available for all to hear.
Quebec fast food chain ‘Valentine’ wants to add a poutine emoji to Apple's growing lexicon - but the process is complicated.
Valentine - a local fast food chain - has created its own highly-pixelated poutine icon as part of its application to have poutine officially recognized in emoji form.
Digital analyst Elias Makos on the new services offered by Apple: TV and movie streaming, news, gaming subscriptions – do we need this?
A bill tabled by the CAQ is hoped to modernize the ride-sharing industry.
Elias Makos talks about the ramifications of Quebec's new modernizing reforms, which will drastically change the ride-sharing industry.
Do you know what your kids are watching online? Elias Makos looks at targeted marketing aimed at children under the guise of 'influencers'
Jonathan Jarry of McGill denounces the experimental treatments for diabetes to dementia
'Immersion Quebec' is a new attraction in Quebec City, designed to be a family-friendly learning experience using virtual reality.
How kids grow their funny bones: development psychologist Nina Howe explains
Elias Makos discusses the history and the future of the internet
Philippe Beaudoin, VP of research & co-founder of Element AI on how artificial intelligence curates the politics you see on social media.
The Montreal English School Board has found a new way to turn high school students into potential scientists and researchers of the future -- it has partnered with the RI-MUHC, where staff will guide the students through their science projects.
Our resident tech expert weighs in on Google’s choice to ban political advertising on all its platforms.
Dr. Lucy Gilbert leads a team being recognized for ovarian and uterine cancer research
Canada will be going to the moon as NASA is embarking on the creation of its new Lunar Gateway, a space station it plans to send into orbit around the moon starting in 2022.
China's Huawei wants to control the next level network, but western countries are concerned the company is a security risk.