Quebec Premier Francois Legault promised to bring renewal and change to the province's politics on Thursday, October 18, 2018, after his convincing election victory ended nearly 50 years of Liberal and Parti Quebecois rule.
Marijuana smoke wafted through the heart of Montreal's downtown shopping district on Wednesday, October 17, 2018, as hundreds of people lined up to purchase legal cannabis for the first time at Quebec's state-run shops.
Officials in Quebec are banking on a massive cull of the province's deer population to help prevent the spread of a fatal disease after its first-ever case was detected on a game farm north of Montreal.
With two weeks to go before la Francophonie names its new leader, former governor general Michaelle Jean is receiving only lukewarm support from Quebec's political party leaders as she seeks a second term.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Sunday, September 23, 2018, he has confidence in the ability of the Spanish government and its people to resolve the Catalan secession crisis in a way that respects freedom of expression.
The perennially divisive topic of language politics surfaced on the Quebec campaign trail on Friday, September 7, 2018, as the leader of the Coalition Avenir Quebec promised his government would force new immigrants to leave the province if they don't learn French within three years.