Quebec government wants to move forward with Indigenous people

Two weeks after a damning report into Quebec's treatment of Indigenous people was released, the Quebec Government invited Aboriginal leaders to a round table discussion to talk about what they can do to end systemic racism. Global's Raquel Fletcher has more.

Federal Election: NB Premier believes Canada is ‘divided like never before’

New Brunswick Premier Blaine Higgs was asked about the federation of provinces on Friday, answering that “we don’t act like a nation.” When asked about Quebec, Higgs said “when you get $13 billion a year in transfer payments for being part of a nation, then there’s got to be some obligation to this economy.”

Federal Election 2019: NDP continues to battle for Quebec seats

While they may be up in the polls, the NDP is fighting to hang on to its 14 seats in Quebec. Earlier this week, NDP leader Jagmeet Singh went back to former leader Jack Layton's roots-- campaigning in Layton's home town of Hudson, Quebec. Meanwhile, NDP Quebec Leader Alexandre Boulerice has been travelling the province trying to shore up local support for the party. Global's Phil Carpenter has more.

Ipsos Quebec poll

A new poll conducted for Global News by Ipsos shows the Conservatives and Liberals in a dead heat as the election gets underway. Global’s Andrea Howick is joined by Ipsos Quebec General Manager to dissect the poll.

Quebec considers ban on popular “Bonjour-Hi” greeting

Quebec is looking at a potential ban on how customers are greeted at restaurants and stores. Business owners believe the government has gone too far on the debate over a bilingual salutation. Mike Armstrong explains.

Montreal medical malpractice lawyer honoured in Quebec City

Medical malpractice lawyer Jean-Pierre Menard has been advocating on behalf of patients for more than 40-years. Last year, Menard went from protector to patient when he was diagnosed with cancer. Now in remission, the man who lead the charge to change the country's medical aid in dying law was honoured for his dedication. Global's Raquel Fletcher has more.

Federal Leaders’ Debate 2019: Full

Hear directly from the party leaders who want to earn your vote for the 2019 Canada election. Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau, Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh, Bloc Québécois Leader Yves-François Blanchet, Green Party Leader Elizabeth May, and People's Party Leader Maxime Bernier debate at the Canadian Museum of History in Gatineau, Que. on Oct. 7, 2019.

Video captures terrifying accident on-board Quebec Ferry

Warning: Video contains disturbing images. A bystander captured a terrifying accident on a ferry in Tadoussac, Quebec where an RV can be seen jumping the ramp and landing on the deck of the departed ferry. The driver of the RV later died of his injuries, while a female passenger is in critical condition. No one on-board the ferry was injured.

Quebec tainted water

How much lead is in YOUR tap water? A Global News, Le Devoir and Concordia University Institute for Investigative Journalism exclusive investigation has uncovered that Quebecers might be getting more than they bargained for in their tap water. It seems that thousands of people in this province are getting misleading information about what's in their water. Global News reporter Dan Spector has the story.

Quebec invests in temporary foreign workers

The Quebec government is investing more than $20 million to recruit temporary workers. The move is designed to help with the ever-growing labour shortage. As Global's Brittany Henriques reports, some groups say it's not enough.

Quebec hydroelectric dam at imminent risk of failure

A dam that is upstream from Ottawa is being closely watched. Emergency officials in Quebec say the Bell Falls Dam is at imminent risk of failure. Mike Armstrong reports from near Grenville-sur-la-Rouge.

Quebec flooding: Heartbreak in Ste-Marthe-sur-le-Lac

A Ste-Marthe-sur-le-Lac homeowner was unable to contain her emotions after accessing her flooded home via kayak on the weekend. In a video posted to Facebook, Valerie Deslauriers is heard sobbing as she takes in the water and the damage. Global's Elysia Bryan-Baynes has more.