Quebecers across the province will notice the unmistakable sight of moving vans, parking spots marked off and furniture left on the curb as thousands of residents move as leases expire.
Unionized Quebec paramedics called an unlimited general strike on Friday.
A group of Indigenous people in Quebec expressed disappointment and concern Friday after learning that only 400 seats will be reserved for residential school survivors at the Basilica of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré during Pope Francis' visit on July 28.
Animal rescue groups are criticizing a new policy by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency that will ban the import of dogs from more than 100 countries.
A gifted, playmaking centre, Shane Wright has been an overachiever -- and demanding of both himself and others -- since first being introduced to sports. That work may land him the first selection in the NHL draft.
A young woman lost her life in an all-terrain vehicle (ATV) accident in Val-des-Monts in the Outaouais region north of Ottawa on Thursday evening.
A specialized Quebec policing unit tasked with combating pimping (EILP) arrested two men who are facing pimping charges.
Montreal firefighters saved a woman's life Thursday night after she was found unconscious at the scene of a fire.
The Louis-Hippolyte Lafontaine Tunnel is closed heading towards the South Shore from Montreal due to a vehicle on fire.
In the wake of last year’s discoveries of unmarked graves at residential schools and the prominent displays of the Canadian flag during 'Freedom Convoy' protests, some Canadians are re-evaluating the meaning of the national symbol.
Thousands of people converged on downtown Ottawa to celebrate Canada's 155th birthday, while police and city officials braced for possible protests against COVID-19 restrictions.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is calling on Canadians to recommit to the country’s values, including respect, hope and kindness, in his official Canada Day message.
A recent survey shows nearly 50 per cent of Canadians who rent expect to do so forever. As rising interest and inflation rates contribute to a sense of pessimism among first-time homebuyers in Canada, some are sharing their struggles with purchasing their first house.
Russian missile attacks on residential areas killed at least 21 people early Friday near the Ukrainian port of Odesa, authorities reported, a day after the withdrawal of Moscow's forces from an island in the Black Sea seemed to ease the threat to the city.
Conservative leadership candidate Pierre Poilievre marches with anti-mandate demonstrators, as Ottawa preps for protests. Glen McGregor reports.
The final classes have let out for summer across Canada. Heather Wright has more on the last day of school.