As yet another person is hit in downtown Montreal, safety advocates call for change to stem the tide of pedestrian deaths in the city.
Lise Watier: her name is synonymous with beauty and class.
Michael Penner is known as the first anglophone chair of Hydro-Quebec, whose initial plan was to bring manufacturing jobs back from Asia.
Director and chief curator of the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Nathalie Bondil, is not afraid to take creative chances when it comes to art.
Former NFL offensive lineman Alvin Powell is grateful for his second chance at life.
Canadian author Kim Thúy delights in people and books.
Over the years, Montreal Symphony Orchestra maestro Kent Nagano has grown to embody the spirit of the city’s rich culture.
Matthew Pearce has been at the helm of the Old Brewery Mission for 10 years.
Judy Martin became acquainted with Batshaw when her mother started taking in children.
On the surface, Claire Webster seemed to have it all — until it all came crashing down.
I hesitated a long time before adding the #MeToo hashtag to my Facebook status, writes Global News Montreal senior anchor Jamie Orchard.
Hear from the Longeuil police department about a bold new strategy to help keep teenagers out of the criminal justice system. Catch up with Andy Nulman to find out why Montrealers will be acting out on the streets this summer and an interview with Marvin Rotrand following the upheaval caused by Denis Coderre’s decision to fire the longtime city councillor as vice-chair of the STM.
This week on Focus Montreal: hear about the efforts being made to tackle sex trafficking during the Grand Prix, an interview with former prime minister Paul Martin after receiving an honorary doctorate from McGill University for his charity work; and meet the stabbing victim giving back to the doctors who saved her life.
This week on Focus Montreal, “Fancy Nancy the Musical” hits the stage, meet two Montreal women being honoured for their careers in music and hear from Dr. Linda Pagani on the subject of bullying.
This week on Focus Montreal, meet a 16-year-old student whose Grade 11 school project is inspiring women and girls around the world, hear from two Montreal musical greats and learn about the city’s WE Day events.