Montreal police are investigating after a body was found in a burning car in the Town of Mount-Royal early Tuesday morning.
A "cold cap" treatment that aims to limit hair loss during chemotherapy is available in Gatineau, Que., but not in Ottawa, in part because the medical community remains unsure about the treatment's effectiveness.
Both men, aged in their 20s, were seriously injured when their Cessna 150 two-seater plane went down at around 6:45 p.m. in Les Cèdres, Que. They were rushed to hospital but died overnight.
The Grand Council of the Crees says the Grande Alliance, a $4.7 billion economic development project announced Monday, is the Cree vision of development and represents a 'clear break from the past colonial and paternalistic government policies' that kept their communities undeveloped.
A coroner's inquest into the 2017 death of Pierre Coriolan, who was fatally shot by police, began Monday with the release of troves of documents and photos, along with audio recordings of the 911 calls that brought officers to the scene.
Bombardier Inc. has reached a deal to sell its rail-building unit to French train giant Alstom SA, which executives say will bring an end to a frantic period that saw the Quebec company sell off several key assets in order to deal with crippling debt.
Cirque du Soleil founder Guy Laliberté is selling the last of his shares in the entertainment behemoth nearly 36 years after launching the Quebec-based circus troupe.
“We strive to maintain our culture, to transmit our culture to our children, to survive as a people,” the president of the Quebec's Jewish Association for Homeschooling told the court. “This whole case is so sad for us, in the sense that there are no winners.”
Montreal acquired the pre-emptive right to acquire property in 2016, in landmark legislation called Réflexe Montréal, but until now it's only used that right to buy land for large parks.
A 44-year-old man is dead after losing control of his snowmobile on Sunday night north of Gatineau.
A railway expansion, moving toward electrification for industrial projects and designating protected wildlife spaces are some of the components of the venture.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says his government is committed to finding a quick and peaceful resolution to the anti-pipeline blockades that have shut down swaths of the country's train system and temporarily blocked bridges and highways.
Mohawks from Kahnawake have been blocking the tracks that run through their territory in a show of solidarity with protesters who are preventing access to a pipeline construction site on traditional Wet'suwet'en land in northern British Columbia.
Touted as TMR's first municipal building to be constructed in a half century, the plan includes three pools, a water slide, a double gymnasium, dance and art studios, an indoor track and even a weight room.
Manon Trudel and Julien Bergeron have been stuck in their windowless interior cabin for almost two weeks. On Saturday, the Canadian government announced it was sending a chartered plane to repatriate Canadians passengers.
CBC/QWF writer-in-residence K.B. Thors writes about the challenge chic Montrealers face dressing up when it's wet, icy and cold.
A civil case in Quebec court has offered a rare glimpse into an ultra-orthodox Hasidic community in an off-island Montreal suburb, raising questions about the government's role in ensuring children receive a secular education.
They might not know it, but a group of endangered turtles near Bristol, Que., has a reason to celebrate.
Jonathan Lainey is the first Indigenous person to curate the McCord Museum's Indigenous cultures collection.
Is it true that snow removal in Montreal used to be faster? Yes, but there's a reason behind it. We asked the city to answer all your questions about snow-clearing after a winter storm.