When Erica Fagan and her fiance started looking for a new apartment in their St-Henri neighbourhood, they thought they had reasonable criteria: they wanted a two-bedroom place where they could bring their own appliances and their cat, Odin.
The head of the First Nations Chiefs of Police Association is calling on Ottawa and Quebec to address the chronic underfunding of Indigenous police forces outlined in this week's report of a national public inquiry.
Two months after landing in Canada, a refugee who helped shelter whistleblower Edward Snowden in Hong Kong says she's grateful for her new life but is worried about the other members of the group who assisted the American fugitive.
In what they're describing as a Canadian first, animal welfare officials announced on Tuesday, May 21, 2019, that they were charging the owner of a Quebec zoo with criminal animal cruelty and moving to seize over 100 wild and exotic animals from the rural property east of Montreal.
In many ways, the garage sale that took place at the Sisters of Ste-Anne's mother house was no different than any of the dozens of others that took place in the Montreal area over the long weekend, although few of the others are quite as steeped in history.
A Quebec high school French exam question that asked students about adapting to climate change has drawn a torrent of online criticism, as teens used memes and videos to denounce what they see as government inaction on climate issues.
Jean Peloquin still hadn't finished renovating his house from the last flood in 2017 when the river swept in and dumped more than a metre of water in his basement. The repairs, which include building a new front porch and installing a waterproof foundation, were interrupted by another season of spring flooding.
Quebec's health care network will change its policies after a pregnant woman was forced to transfer hospitals last week and delivered her baby in a car, Health Minister Danielle McCann said on Monday, April 8, 2019.