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The sentencing arguments for mass murderer Alexandre Bissonnette, guilty of killing six men at a Quebec City mosque, left too many answered questions for Justice François Huot to render his decison on Oct. 29 as planned.
The Blue line is also expected to be connected to cell towers by the end of the year. The STM is planning to have accessible cell service across the whole Metro network by 2020.
In his first news conference as Quebec Premier, François Legault announced he would create a new compensation program for tornado victims in the Outaouais, defended his choice of immigration minister and admitted his party didn't talk about climate change enough in its campaign.
Université Laval in Quebec City is investigating at least nine cases of medical students believed to have been given the date-rape drug GHB against their knowledge and consent.
Simon Jolin-Barrette, 31, is a suburban dad, recreational golfer, unrepentant nationalist — and the Quebec government's point-man on the most contentious issues on the CAQ agenda.
Two law enforcement agencies and the federal tax authority are investigating the use of fake Indian status cards to obtain tax breaks, CBC News has learned.
Last year's flu vaccine wasn't very effective. Here's what you need to know about this year's - and what kind of flu season 2018-19 is shaping up to be.
In Nunavik, Quebec's expansive northern region dotted by remote fly-in Inuit villages, most residents are connected to at least one, if not several of the young people who have recently ended their own lives.
Premier François Legault has not appointed a minister responsible for relations with Engish-speaking Quebecers — instead, taking on the position himself.
Voters in Rivière-des-Prairies—Pointe-aux-Trembles and Villeray—Saint-Michel—Parc-Extension will go back to the polls on Dec. 16, to replace newly elected MNAs Chantal Rouleau and Frantz Benjamin.
CBC News got a rare behind-the-scenes look at hospital workers' readiness to respond to a mass casualty situation Thursday. "We learn not just about the things that we're missing, but how we can operate better with what we have," said co-ordinating physician Dr. Brett Burstein.
Philosopher Charles Taylor says the new CAQ government "doesn't get the point" of the report he co-authored that's been frequently cited by the CAQ as justification for its controversial plan to ban the wearing of religious symbols by some civil servants.
An investigation by Radio-Canada's investigative program Enquête has found generations of Innu and Atikamekw children, right up to the 1990s, were assaulted by Oblate missionaries posted in their remote Quebec communities.
Since 1960 Joseph Hovsepian has been repairing radios, turntables and other electronics from his Mile End store on Parc Avenue.
Who's in charge of Quebec's schools? Who is tasked with cutting down on emergency room wait times? We've got the breakdown on the key cabinet posts here.
After 42,000 transactions Wednesday, Quebec's government-run cannabis agency says some oils, pills, sprays and pre-rolled joints are already sold out.
"Today, we're not just forming a CAQ government. We are forming a government for all Quebecers," François Legault said after being sworn in as premier.
"We are free individuals who can wear what we want and what we wear doesn't determine how we teach," said Sabrina Jafralie, who teaches ethics and religious culture at the high school.