CBC | Montreal News
If you thought the tough weather this winter has unleashed on us was over, brace yourself. Freezing rain is on the way.
More than one month after the abortion pill was made available for free to Quebec residents, supply shortages and a battle over compensation mean it's still hard to track down the pill in the Outaouais.
Two major fires broke out overnight in Montreal — one in a Montreal North industrial building and another in a daycare near Crémazie Boulevard.
If you're trying to get to the the Décarie or Ville-Marie expressways, you'll want to pay extra attention.
The Réseau de transport métropolitain began using double-decker trains today on its Deux-Montagnes line in an attempt to curb chronic delays.
Muslims from three generations reflect on the year that has passed since the deadly shooting at a Quebec City mosque on Jan. 29, 2017, which left six dead.
More than 100 West Island residents gathered to protest tax hikes imposed on demerged cities in front of Pointe-Claire City Hall on Sunday.
The New Democratic Party of Quebec (NDPQ) has a new leader: Raphaël Fortin, a graduate of UQAM's business administration program who has run for the federal NDP in the past.
A Navy spokeswoman says the USS Little Rock was commissioned in Buffalo on Dec. 16 and was expected to make its way to its home port in Mayport, Fla., but it's been moored in Montreal since Christmas Eve.
Quebec doctors are still charging patients too much for administrative services, such as filling out forms, says a Montreal watchdog group that has been monitoring billing practices.
The 35th annual Fête des neiges de Montréal is now underway at Parc Jean-Drapeau. The outdoor family event runs every weekend until Feb. 11.
Tech sector entrepreneurs whose Canadian cities were snubbed by Amazon in its search for a second corporate campus say they are disappointed, despite fears they would have seen increased competition for scarce skilled talent.
A local fisherman in Baie des Ha! Ha! outside of Saguenay says he could barely believe his eyes when he reeled in a giant 24 kilogram codfish Friday night.
Montreal announced earlier this week that 4,000 ash trees will be felled on Mount Royal Park. But this won't be the first time the mountain lost huge swaths of woodland.
Montreal's widely loathed quota system for traffic tickets is over, as are lucrative performance bonuses for bosses that were tied to lower-level cops reaching the targets.
Jun Huang had a hard time learning French until he was part of a pilot project that brings together merchants like Huang and Université de Montréal students.
Pierrefonds's Lambda School of Music and Fine Arts isn't your average music school. For the past eight years, students from the Lambda School have been invited to play the cream of the crop of classical music venues: New York City's Carnegie Hall.
Less than half the foreign nationals forced to leave Canada last year did so voluntarily and paid their own way home, according to data from the border services agency. Some advocates say the government should provide financial assistance to help migrants resettle back home.