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An officer-cadet at Royal Military College Saint-Jean has been discharged and two others could face the same fate a masturbating over a copy of the Muslim holy book, the Qur'an, at a party last month.
Social media was feeding new mom Audrey Poulin’s loneliness, so she made an app to help other mothers connect
The Teamsters Canada Rail Conference says its members at Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. have voted 98.1 per cent to reject the company's final offer.
Just over 50 per cent of members present at a special meeting Thursday night voted to drop the legal challenge after about an hour of discussion. The vote wasn't binding, however.
The Liberal government is overhauling a program to support parents of children who are murdered or were abducted, boosting the weekly benefits and extending the eligibility period.
Specialized squad led by the SQ is trying to prove the people behind the operation could supply up to 600,000 pills per week to various criminal organizations.
A group of Montreal condominium buyers are going to court to try to get back either their deposits or their condos, after the unfinished building they were to move into in Saint-Henri in 2016 was sold to another developer.
Canada's military is considering lifting a longstanding citizenship requirement as a way to boost its numbers. Right now, Canadian citizenship is a key requirement for enlistment, with waivers offered in exceptional cases.
The new F-MR Station pilot project is open on the Lachine Canal and welcomes people to a summer of shopping and sipping coffee in its remodeled old Metro cars.
A simple bake sale in Ormstown, south of Montreal, showed high school students how it feels to do little things that can have a big impact on the lives of others.
A pair of peregrine falcons have abandoned their perch in the cacophonous Turcot Interchange construction zone and settled into a quieter home in Montreal's Notre-Dame-de-Grâce neighbourhood.
The Carnaval de Québec — the world's largest winter festival — will take on a whole new look in 2019, with a new consultant, the man behind the ultra-successful Festival d'été de Québec, announcing he'll scrap some of the signature events.
Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen says officials will reach out to counter "incomplete" misinformation being circulated in New York state offering instructions to asylum seekers on how to illegally cross the border into Canada.
Quebec's securities regulator, the AMF, appears to have shared too much information in its court fight against former online gambling mogul David Baazov, and now that legal fumble could scuttle the whole trial.
Advocates for the environment, gender equality and other causes hope to shed light on important issues Quebecers face during the G7 Summit but say they have little hope world leaders will hear what they have to say.
A 19-year-old man has died in hospital after he was struck by a school bus while riding his bicycle on Rodrigue Boulevard.
Laval police are looking for victims of a man who was arrested on child pornography charges after he allegedly exposed himself to young girls.
Repeatedly crossing the mountain's soil loosens tree roots, and affects its renowned Laurentian flora, according to Éric Richard, director of the non-profit organization Les amis de la montagne.