A provincial court justice of the peace has upheld the Quebec government's imposition of curfews during the COVID-19 pandemic, finding several people guilty of breaking the health order during a protest.
An analysis by The Canadian Press identified 17 charities whose top executive drew annual compensation that was in the $200,000 to $250,000 range or higher, according to filings with the federal government made in 2022 and 2023.
The federal and provincial governments will each invest $900 million over the next four years to accelerate housing construction in Quebec, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Quebec Premier François Legault confirmed on Thursday, Nov. 9, 2023.
The mayor of Halifax, which recently secured a deal with Ottawa to fast-track the building of thousands of new homes, says he was caught off guard by recent complaints from premiers over being left out of funding agreements between the federal government and cities.
As the annual UN climate change negotiations creep closer, Quebec Premier François Legault says he is trying to convince Canada to abandon oil and gas, as a series of groundbreaking reports reveal huge fossil fuel expansion plans that must be cancelled if the world is to avoid catastrophic global warming.
Thousands of people gathered in cities across Canada on Wednesday, Sept. 20, 2023, for competing protests, yelling and chanting at each other about the way schools instruct sexuality and gender identity and how teachers refer to transgender youth.