Several Grade 5 and 6 students who attended the ceremony only learned about the horrors of 9/11 a few days before the event.
Stars, costumes, comics and fans take over the Palais des congrès for the 11th Montreal Comiccon.
Montrealers gathered Wednesday for Yom HaShoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day.
West Island residents got an opportunity to ask questions about the REM light rail project currently under construction.
The CAQ outlined its new flooding compensation plan Monday.
Opening night for Riverdale High School’s final play as the school prepares to close.
Laval has set up two shelters for residents to wait out power outages that hit the region on Monday.
Transplant Québec is following Nova Scotia’s presumed consent organ donation legislation closely.
The Sonia Balazovjech Dance Company performs its eighth charity production, Ovation.
The CAQ government’s budget earmarks a $6.1-billion increase in education spending over the next 10 years.
The Coalition Avenir Québec’s Bill 12 would clarify what additional costs schools can and cannot charge to parents.
At the public consultations, residents can fill out digital surveys, see presentations about the current plans and speak directly with Transport Quebec officials.
Transit officials say they are working on a second back-up plan for Deux-Montagnes train line commuters.
A total of $192 million will be spent to put mitigation measures in place.
Those who opposed the original condo project are calling on other Pointe-Claire residents to submit letters of opposition to the new proposal by the March 8 deadline.