Around 500 small white flags symbolically dotted a portion of Bernard-Landry Park in Laval on Saturday morning to call on elected officials and municipal candidates in the upcoming elections to ban the cosmetic use of pesticides on their territory.
Proposed renovations to a Cote-St-Luc building have some tenants fearing they could be pushed out of their homes.
Quebecers registered in the province’s vaccine lottery have a chance to win additional prizes, the government announced Friday.
Vaudreuil-Dorion residents say thousands of flammable, chemically-treated pieces of lumber laid along the railway tracks behind their houses are posing a potentially lethal threat.
The organizing body says the Public Health Agency of Canada has issued a letter of approval for the tournament marking the final authorization needed for the event to go ahead
Starting Sunday, Quebecers will be able to order a beer later, and more people are welcome to attend events and festivals as deconfinement continues.
New municipal political party Mouvement Montreal criticized the Plante administration Sunday for what it called a lack of leadership after recent developments in Milton Parc where several homeless people spend their time.
Four young people who had left in a canoe had to be rescued from the waters of Lac Jean-Pere late Saturday in the La Verendrye Wildlife Reserve, about two hours north of Ottawa.
The Canadiens patiently waited their turn in the re-draft and selected forwards Riley Kidney and Oliver Kapanen with the last two picks of the second round on Saturday.
Fernandez won her Olympic debut on a mixed day for Canadian tennis players at the Tokyo Games
The bill has come due for Montreal’s cancelled electric car race and suburban mayors say they want to slam on the brakes after being told what their share will be.
The mayor of a town in Quebec’s Beauce region says public health officials must communicate better with citizens about COVID-19 vaccination.