The federal agency is deporting people once again, as a deal between Quebec and Canada to protect asylum seekers who worked in health-care hasn't been finalized.
The Quebec Major Junior Hockey League says it will not hold any games until early January because of COVID-19 issues.
Quebec booksellers association posts, then removes, then reposts book recommendations from premier Francois Legault after accusations of censorship
Lawyers representing individuals and groups seeking to have Quebec's secularism law, known as Bill 21, struck down began their closing arguments at the Montreal courthouse.
Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland today announced the first steps in a multi-year strategy to build a Canada-wide child care system to cut costs for families and encourage more women with kids to join the workforce. She also unveiled a plan to levy a digital sales tax to raise revenue for the cash-strapped federal government.
Tune in Dec. 1 at 8 p.m. ET for a concert in support of the Maison du Parc AIDS hospice.
Quebec's special commission on the rights of children and youth protection released some preliminary findings Monday, citing a laundry list of problems within the provincial system and recommending the creation of a leadership position to oversee the implementation of sweeping changes.
Major swings expected in both temperatures and precipitation levels are on tap for Ontario, Quebec and the Atlantic provinces, with stretches of both extreme cold and unusually mild air forecast alongside a mix of storms and dry spells.
Police say it's still unclear whether three shootings, which happened over the course of an hour on Sunday in Rivière-des-Prairies, are related. They are also investigating a fourth shooting that happened earlier in the evening in Montréal-Nord.
The federal government has released its long-awaited fiscal update — a spending plan to help Canadians cope with COVID-19 while recharging the national economy and key sectors battered by the global crisis.
A handful of hills opened this weekend with new measures in place to prevent the spread of the virus. Skiers will have to wear face coverings inside at all times as well as on the chair lifts and while waiting in line.
Louis-Joseph Couturier is hoping to raise $20,000 for the organization Vélo Fantôme (Ghost Bike), which erects a white bicycle in locations where cyclists are killed in Quebec.
Two families say they are still missing their most valued possessions years after TD Canada Trust drilled open and emptied their safety deposit boxes. Experts say banks operate the boxes "as a side business" with no rules except those they set for themselves.
While the event is being released on demand for free, all funds raised through donations will go to the Lanaudière Native Friendship Centre.
The graphic novel, Leonard Cohen: On A Wire, is set to be released in French and English in 2021.
The facility decided Saturday to move 20 residents who are currently infected with the virus to either the Jewish General Hospital for more severe cases, or the Hôtel-Dieu de Montréal.
Canada's oldest Black theatre company is still going strong after half a century performing.
Every day for months, Corrine Preisler went into a red zone to help patients at a long-term care home. Then she got sick.
When it comes to hitting the streets during Quebec's harsh, unpredictable winter weather, running coaches and trainers say it can be done safely and can be fun as long as you follow some key rules.
The Liberal government is preparing to spend up to $100 billion to kick start the post-pandemic economy as it stares down a record-high deficit projection of more than $381 billion for this fiscal year.