Religious leaders and communities are denouncing the province’s decision to set such a strict limit on gatherings in religious places but not on other venues.
As the number of COVID-19 cases continues to rise, there’s uncertainty over how Halloween will be marked this year.
Victims of the Montreal experiments at the Allan memorial institute, with the support of their families, rallied for justice, an apology and compensation.
The goal of Giving Project Montreal is to identify specific needs in the community, adopt projects based on those needs, and execute them in tandem with local charities.
Comité D’Action de Parc-Extension wants the city to once again use their pre-emptive right to buy the building on 7965 de L’Acadie.
Parents at Dunrae Gardens Elementary School are worried and upset by what they call a lack of transparency from their school board.
Molière et Copernic is a learning support centre started in 2014 by a teacher who wanted to better help students with difficulties.
LeKoupon, a mobile app available for iOS and Android, provides a platform for them to promote deals, coupons, and certificates, for consumers to see and use.
Statistics Canada numbers for August show that while thousands of jobs were created nationally and in Quebec, unemployment rates remain high for people of colour.
The conflict began with a post on Liberal MNA Pierre Arcand’s Facebook page.
The pedestal where John A. MacDonald sat for 125 years is now empty. The statue has been at the Centre of controversy for years with critics pointing to it as a symbol of Canada’s poor treatment of indigenous peoples, and of racial injustice.
A group of concerned Asian parents, alongside CRARR, will be calling on the Quebec Education Ministry and schools to take action to prevent anti-Asian bullying related to COVID-19.
Parents, students and school staff rally in front of the offices of the minister of education to express their concerns and their dissatisfaction with the back-to-school plan.
Youth Unite against Racism is an event that empowers youth to speak up, take a stand and come together to make a difference and combat racial inequality.
Performers at Geordie Theatre are gearing up for a new season of performances — ones that adapt to the new normal of life during the pandemic.