“Things seem to be getting done in other provinces, whereas here there are a lot of nice words. But when it comes time to take concrete action, politicians are never ready to take the jump,” said Constant Awashish, the 39-year-old Grand Chief of the Atikamekw Nation.
Montreal Canadiens forward Max Domi will wait seven to 10 days before deciding if he will join his teammates at training camp.
Quebec provincial police have set up a perimeter around a wooded area in Saint-Agapit—Saint-Apollinaire and are asking people to call 911 if they have any information in the deaths of two sisters whose disappearance triggered an Amber Alert.
Despite COVID-19 preventing tourists coming from abroad, business owners on l'Île d'Orléans say their shops are bustling.
CBC/QWF writer-in-residence K.B. Thors beats the heat in the city but finds camping has its own challenges.
Yannis Mallat, the president of Ubisoft Canada, resigned Saturday evening with immediate effect, according to a statement from the company. The announcement comes in the wake of a series of allegations, made throughout the company, of sexist behaviour, abuse of power and harassment.
Slow-moving vehicles waving flags and sounding their horns marked the 30th anniversary of the Oka Crisis on Saturday.
Montreal public health officials want everyone who has visited or worked at a bar in the city since the beginning of the month to get a COVID-19 test. Officials announced Saturday evening that at least eight cases have now been tied to five Montreal bars.
Quebec provincial police say investigators have reason to believe the sisters were abducted by their father, Martin Carpentier, and are intensifying their search for him.
Throughout the pandemic, the government directives have been clear: stay within your household bubble. But what if your household is made up of just one?
With moratorium on evictions lifted, Mohammed Amfizguy is one of many awaiting a decision from the province's rental board.
Here's a look back at the key events of the standoff between Kanesatake Mohawks and police and the Canadian military in the summer of 1990 that still shapes the relationship between Indigenous peoples and Canada.
Quebec's arts scene is being rocked by a wave of sexual assault and harassment allegations against well-known figures in the province's entertainment industry, with mostly anonymous allegations being posted to an Instagram page that has garnered more than 46,000 followers.
A jury found Sorella guilty of second-degree murder in the deaths of her two daughters, Amanda and Sabrina De Vito last year.
Saturday marks 30 years since the beginning of the 78-day siege known as the Oka Crisis. Here's where things stand now.
STM says by the end of August, customers will also be able to see how busy a bus is on their website.
It all started with a house party of more than 100 people in the Montérégie, some of whom then went to a bar later that night. Now, more than 70 people at the party have tested positive for the virus, say health officials who are scrambling to contain the outbreak.
When the razor wire came down in Kahnesatake, 78 days after the crisis began on July 11, 1990, Quebec tried to pretend it never happened, says Mohawk writer Taionrén:hote Dan David. No wonder so little has changed in the three decades since.
Lurid headlines in the late 1980s introduced the idea that street gangs were on the rise in Montreal. The city's police have since dropped the term "street gangs," but the myth has been hard to dispel.
An exclusive CBC News data analysis reveals the nursing homes with the highest COVID-19-related death rates across the country.