Former prime minister Jean Chrétien says the abuse of Indigenous children that took place in Canadian residential schools while he was minister of Indian affairs was never brought to his attention at the time.
A new course intended to replace Quebec's polarizing, long-standing ethics and religious culture curriculum will teach students how to be proud members of Quebec society, the province's Education Minister said on Sunday, October 24, 2021.
Quebec is recommending a third dose of COVID-19 vaccine for people who have weak immune systems, who are on dialysis or who have received vaccines not approved in Canada, the Health Department said on Monday, August 30, 2021.
A blistering heat wave seemed poised to set new temperature records in parts of Quebec on Sunday, August 22, 2021, prompting both the national weather agency and the province's premier to issue warnings about the effects of scorching conditions.
Lamenting the "fly in and fly out" culture of workers in Quebec's northern communities, Premier François Legault said on Monday, August 16, 2021, his government would build more affordable housing in the north to entice families to settle.
A labour strike at a Quebec pork-processing plant is creating a dangerous backlog of pigs ready for slaughter, putting thousands of animals at risk of going to waste, says the head of an association of pork producers.
Newly appointed Kahnawake Grand Chief Kahsennenhawe Sky-Deer says she is offering her full support to members of the Montreal-area First Nations territory who are occupying a disputed parcel of land to stop a proposed housing project.
The head of an association representing Quebec chicken producers says it is unacceptable that one million chickens have been euthanized during an extended labour dispute at a slaughterhouse near Quebec City.