Quebec announced on Tuesday that it will be holding an inquiry into the wrongful arrest of Mamadi III Fara Camara that occurred on Jan. 28.
At around 5:10 p.m. on Monday night a call was made for a young man who was stabbed hours earlier, according to Montreal police
The six plaintiffs represented by human rights lawyer Julius Grey lost their case asking for parents’ ability to decide whether to physically send their children to school or not.
The CIUSSS West-Central Montreal announced on Feb. 8 that three mass vaccination sites will be opening in a shopping centre, an arena and an office building.
Protesters rallied in Montreal on Sunday to protest the lack of affordable housing in the city and the government’s “mismanagement” of the COVID-19 pandemic.
After being closed for the past few months in Quebec in order to help curb the spread of COVID-19, the province’s museums and art galleries are set to reopen as early as Feb. 8.
Just months after their daughter’s death, the Kaiser family is celebrating new life — the birth of a new drinkable yoghurt named in the child’s honour to help save lives.
When Kahnawà:ke mandated a lockdown at the end of December, Jessica Hernandez set out to bring her community together in the best way she knew how — through beadwork.
With over 54,000 followers on the popular video app, Douaa Kachache makes videos poking fun at her Moroccan parents and Quebecois culture.
The organization has over 100 volunteers across the city and provides sandwiches and other goods to seven local shelters.
Some feel the move to allow children and teachers to gather in classrooms again is still too early as coronavirus cases continue to skyrocket in the province.
New Year’s Eve is looking a different this year with parties strictly off-limits. But experts say despite the lack of gathering alcohol consumption is not expected to go down.
Shortly before midnight, 80-year-old Jean-Marie Girard got the call — someone had stolen boxes of goods meant for families in-need.
At Multi-Recyclage, an outdoor dumping ground for material waste, fire started after wood meant to be composted overheated, according to the Laval fire department.
According to Montreal police spokesperson Caroline Chèvrefils, the victim was conscious when authorities arrive on site in Montreal’s Villeray–Saint-Michel–Parc-Extension borough.