The federal government is unveiling $101.4 billion in new spending, aimed at both supporting the country through the third COVID-19 wave, and stimulating the economic recovery post-pandemic, in a historic budget presented by Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Chrystia…
While Quebec teachers unionized with one group will soon be asked to vote on their agreement in principle, the members of another major union are still planning a walkout on April 27 over their lack of a deal.
Fewer than 1,000 Quebecers received a ticket last week for violating the curfew, even while protests increased.
Montreal city officials are launching an investigation into a violent altercation between several police and metro officers and a Black woman in the Jean-Talon metro this weekend.
COVID-19 could multiply your risk of suffering from erectile dysfunction, and if you already suffer from it, you could also be at greater risk of being infected by COVID-19.
Quebec will soon lower the age eligibility for the AstraZeneca vaccine, but public health director Horacio Arruda wouldn’t say what the age limit will be.
Quebec Liberals want government to set up hotel rooms, other services for women fleeing domestic violence
The Quebec Liberal Party is calling on the Quebec government to set up emergency services, including setting up hotel rooms, to accommodate women fleeing domestic violence when no shelters are available.
Quebec saw another significant drop in new COVID-19 cases on Monday, recording just 1,092 new infections.
Ottawa police officers will be stationed 24 hours a day, seven days a week on the Ontario side of the Champlain Bridge, Portage Bridge, Chaudiere Bridge and Macdonald-Cartier Bridge.
The late Joyce Echaquan, an Indigenous woman who died last September in a Quebec hospital after filming staff insulting her, has been posthumously awarded the International Rosa Parks Prize.