International tissue banks have mobilized to help New Zealand meet its need for an estimated 1.2 million square centimetres of skin to be grafted onto victims of Monday's eruption on White Island, which killed 16 people.
The woman convicted for her role in the so-called "honour killings" of her three daughters and her husband's first wife a decade ago has been granted an escorted temporary absence from prison to visit her mother's grave.
Quebec Premier François Legault says he asked Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during a meeting today to stay out of the contentious debate over the province's secularism law.
Environment Canada has issued a freezing rain warning for areas around the Quebec City region, telling people to expect two to four millimetres of precipitation, beginning late Friday evening.
The Teamsters union says Canadian National Railway Co. (CN) has begun to transfer workers as part of an apparent move to relocate its rail traffic control centre to Edmonton from Montreal.
Power Corp. says brothers Andre and Paul Desmarais Jr. will retire from their long-serving roles as co-CEOs of the management and holding company.
From Loud to Corridor to Laurence-Anne, we count down the top releases of the year.
Barbara Sidorowicz thought she could cook up a few batches of fudge, sell maybe ten or 20 boxes. It didn’t work out that way: in fact, she made over 500 pounds of fudge, and raised thousands of dollars for charity.
The Hollywood Critics Association has named Quebec director Denis Villeneuve filmmaker of the decade.
Over the last six years, Côte Saint-Luc tested the water at 238 homes constructed before 1976. The municipality held an information session alongside Montreal public health Thursday to explain the findings and take questions from residents.
Four previous leaders failed to become prime minister when the Conservative Party was united. Andrew Scheer is now the fifth.
The plan includes either a tram line or an extension of the city’s light-rail network, the REM, now under construction. The Caisse de dépôt et placement has been mandated to choose which public transit system is preferable.
Three judges had serious criticisms of Quebec's religious symbols ban, acknowledging it causes "irreparable harm" to those affected, but a majority of the Court of Appeal ruled the law should be allowed to stand until the constitutional challenges are heard in Quebec Superior Court.
Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister says it is "very likely" the province will seek intervener status in Quebec's controversial Bill 21 if the case heads to the Supreme Court of Canada.
Nearly 200 forestry workers in the Outaouais are out of work after a local pulp and paper mill announced it's shutting down.
Quebec's top court has refused to suspend the province's controversial ban on religious symbols, even while acknowledging it causes "irreparable harm" to those affected.
Relatives of Dahia Khellaf are in shock after the 42-year-old mother and one-time music teacher, originally from Algeria, was found dead in her east-end Montreal home Wednesday, along with her sons Askil, two, and Adam, four.
The Joliette diocese, the Saint-Jean-Longueuil diocese, and two religious orders — the Frères de Saint-Gabriel du Canada and the Society of St-Vincent de Paul — are named in four separate suits filed Thursday in Quebec Superior Court, in Montreal.
After weeks of mounting criticism of his election performance, Andrew Scheer announced today he is stepping down as Conservative Party leader — a surprise move bound to upend Canadians politics for the foreseeable future.
Here's an overview of the different arguments lawyers are using to try to get around the notwithstanding clause inserted into Quebec's Bill 21, which bars public school teachers, police officers and government lawyers, among other civil servants, from wearing religious symbols at work.