Some of Canada's business and political elite paid tribute to former prime minister Brian Mulroney on Thursday, May 9, 2019, night and raised money for the foundation of Universite de Montreal's hospital centre.
The Ontario government's attempt to block the federal carbon tax is shortsighted and irresponsible, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told an environment conference in Montreal while also calling out at some federal opposition parties for climate change denial.
Immigrants and visible minorities are noticing how some of the most significant pieces of legislation introduced by the Coalition Avenir Quebec government since it took power last October have something in common: the bills disproportionately affect them.
Quebec's decision to draft a bill that affects the rights of religious minorities but limits their ability to challenge the legislation suggests the Canadian court system is useless or illegitimate, the Canadian Bar Association said on Thursday, April 4, 2019.
Within the ramparts of Quebec City, a library and cultural centre for the city's English-speaking minority housed in a former jail is run by a soft-spoken spectacled man from rural New Brunswick named Barry McCullough.
Quebec's secularism bill reflects the wishes of the Quebecois nation, the government said after introducing legislation on Thursday, March 28, 2019, prohibiting many public sector workers from wearing religious symbols and blocking their ability to challenge the bill over rights violations.