Quebec to appeal ruling that was greeted as victory in fight against racial profiling
Public Security Minister François Bonnardel says the government is appealing because it's unacceptable to deprive police of an important tool.
Quebec study confirms practice of forced sterilizations of Indigenous women
The report says the most recent example of imposed sterilization was in 2019 and concludes there is an ``obvious presence'' of systemic racism in Quebec.
Racialized communities upset with Quebec government decision to appeal ruling
Residents, civil rights leaders are unhappy that the province is appealing a Superior Court ruling that required police officers to have just cause in order to pull drivers over.
Quebec town tries cowboy tactics after crop-trampling cattle evade capture for months
The mayor of St-Sévère, in Quebec's Mauricie region, says the 20 or so young animals jumped out of their field at the end of July and have been on the lam ever since.
Farmers planning new attempt to capture loose cattle in Quebec town
The 20 or so young animals have evaded previous attempts to recapture them, including efforts by a team of cowboys from nearby town St-Tite, which is home to an annual rodeo.
Province announces free flu shots for all Quebecers effective immediately
The flu shot will be free for everyone in Quebec effective immediately, the provincial government announced Friday in a statement.
Quebec to give people up to $600, if they make under $100K, due to inflation spike
The Quebec government is again giving adults in the province, who make up to $100,000 a year, hundreds of dollars to ease the burden of rising inflation.
Quebec facing ‘spicy cocktail’ of respiratory viruses, but won’t mandate mask wearing
Quebec Health Minister Christian Dubé said it is recommended to wear a mask in crowded, public places — but not in daycares or schools.
Quebec community in mourning over murder of 69-year-old woman
A 64-year-old man has been charged with second-degree murder in the death of his wife. Some advocates are calling it the province's 14th femicide of the year.
Man accused of espionage to benefit China tells court he wants to stay in Canada to clear his name
The 35-year-old has been detained since his Nov. 14 arrest by the RCMP, and federal prosecutors are opposing his release because they consider him a flight risk.
After recent string of Quebec school lockdowns, are Montreal-area schools prepared?
There have been three school lockdowns in Quebec in the last few weeks, begging the question - do schools know what to do if a dangerous situation were to occur?
Record number of Quebec children home sick from school
There has been an increased number of students home sick from school in Quebec, with the province seeing a surge in viruses.
Quebec premier says province can’t take in more immigrants after feds set 500K target
François Legault said that the federal government needs to understand that Quebec is facing a special challenge to preserve the French language.
Quebec restaurants and bars hope to capitalize on World Cup fever
Despite the 8 a.m. start, the lion's dens was roaring as fans filled the bar stools of the Burgundy Lion in Montreal for England's first FIFA World Cup match on Monday.
Quebec family touring the world before kids go blind
A Montreal family is spending a year travelling the world to create visual memories, before three of their four children lose their vision due to a degenerative hereditary disease.
Dominique Anglade resigns as leader of Quebec Liberal Party
Dominique Anglade is stepping down from her position as leader of the Quebec Liberal Party. She announced the decision a little more than a month after the election.
Quebec farmers improve soil as water supply becomes less reliable amid climate change
Southern Quebec appears to be awash in water, but farmers say dry spells and heat waves are increasingly drying out the ground and threatening their crops.
Quebec to hire more nurses to address overcrowding in north after death of 10 infants
A Quebec coroner's report released last month linked the deaths of 10 infants in the Inuit communities of Nunavik to overcrowded housing.
Quebec election: Legault’s tense relationship with Ottawa likely to now continue
A looming fight over immigration and tensions over the future of the French language in Quebec and across Canada will test intergovernmental relations, experts say.