Canada’s Leylah Annie Fernandez was eliminated from the French Open after losing 6-1, 7-5 to American Madison Keys in a second-round match Wednesday.
A tentative parole hearing for convicted rapist and murderer Paul Bernardo is set for June 22, according to the Parole Board of Canada, but due to COVID-19 precautions, the hearing will primarily be held virtually.
Low-orbit space planes have been named as a possible carrier of American nuclear warheads. While theoretically possible, at current technology levels such weapons would be significantly more trouble than they are worth. According to the director-general of Russian arms manufacturer…
The Winnipeg Jets and the Montreal Canadiens get their second playoff series started Wednesday night.
New daily infections of COVID-19 were below 300 in Quebec for the third day in a row, with 288 new cases on Wednesday.
Stonewall’s reign as the gender gestapo is coming to an end as it feels the heat for its ‘trans-women are women’ stance
The LGBTQ charity is under fire for its militant views on trans rights and likening of gender-critical opinions to anti-Semitism. The pushback, from a leading lawyer and government minister, is long overdue and richly deserved. This year, Pride Month might…
Quebec strawberries will hit the shelves in early June this year, two weeks earlier than usual, thanks to a very mild spring, according to the Union des producteurs agricoles (UPA).
Laurentian Bank Financial Group beat expectations as it reported a second-quarter profit of $53.1 million, up from a profit of $8.9 million a year ago.
Quebec’s economy minister, Pierre Fitzgibbon, must be banned from sitting in the House, announced the National Assembly’s ethics commissioner in her report.
After backlash from students and parents over the cancellation of proms this year, Quebec public health says it is now “re-evaluating” whether or not they can proceed.