After a swing through Nova Scotia and southwestern Ontario, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau heads to Quebec City tonight for the second leg of his cross-country town hall tour as he looks to meet with Canadians ahead of parliament's return later this month. Morevideo
A coroner has ruled 22-year-old Nicholas Vietri died accidentally last February after consuming U-47700, a dangerous street drug known as “pink” or “pinky” that he ordered online.
At least two former students in the creative writing program at Concordia University in Montreal have filed formal complaints of sexual harassment against a professor who remains in the English Department, CBC News has learned.
As It Happens Read this heartwarming letter about 'Pops,' the priest who helped Montreal's homeless youth
Known as "Pops" on the streets of Montreal, Father Emmett Johns transformed the lives of homeless youth. This is one of their stories.
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Quebec is increasing funding by $67 million to its program to ensure seniors' residences have sprinkler systems, Health Minister Gaétan Barrette announced Wednesday.
Highway 25 in Montreal has been reopened to traffic, three hours after a truck caught fire right outside the Louis-Hippolyte-La Fontaine tunnel early Thursday morning.
Congratulations are in order for some of our colleagues here at CBC for being nominated for the second annual Dynastie Awards, which will be held Feb. 3.
The struggling Quebec-based Davie shipyard is in line to help the Canadian Coast Guard meet its needs for more icebreakers.
While Quebec plans to implement the highest boost to its minimum wage in the province’s history, small business owners say they’re worried about whether they can absorb the upcoming hike.
Sebastien Toutant has played a significant role in helping snowboard progress during his stellar career. But the Montreal native doesn't want the sport to be defined by a singular trick like the quad.
A Montreal mother said she is relieved her daughter is finally safe from ISIS, even though she will most likely face terrorism charges when she returns to Canada.
About 200 people gathered Wednesday evening at Place Émilie-Gamelin to pay tribute to Father Emmett "Pops" Johns, who died last Saturday at the age of 89.
Amor Ftouhi, a Montreal resident, is charged with committing an act of violence and interfering with security. But in a court filing Wednesday, his lawyers say the two charges really are the same offence and would illegally expose him to a double punishment.
Police say they received a call around 1 a.m. about the fire at a small business on Fleury Street near the corner of Hamel Avenue.
The Projet Montréal administration says it welcomes Quebec's law on the legalization of cannabis and wants to make sure the city gets its fair share of the revenue pie.
The Quebec Crown is appealing the recent acquittal of 21-year-old Sabrina Djermane, whose boyfriend, El Mahdi Jamali, was found guilty of a single charge of possessing an explosive without a lawful excuse.
David Pastrnak and Ryan Spooner each scored an early goal, Tuukka Rask stopped 21 shots and the Bruins beat Montreal 4-1 Wednesday night in Canadiens coach Claude Julien's return to Boston.
Thousands of ash trees infested by the tiny but destructive emerald ash borer will be cut down in Mount Royal Park by March 2019.
Montreal Mayor Valérie Plante got a kick out of a "creative suggestion" from the Ville-Marie borough that could help in case of another devastating flood — using those costly Formula E barriers as dikes.
Strains of cannabis may have fancy names and come with promises of tantalizing effects, but many buds have a mixed-up genetic lineage and don't always match what's advertised, plant experts caution.video
Canada's biggest lenders have raised their prime lending rates on the same day that the country's central bank moved its benchmark interest rate 25 points higher.
A large crowd is expected to gather Wednesday evening at Place Émilie-Gamelin in downtown Montreal, where Father Emmett 'Pops' Johns was a longtime fixture, handing out hotdogs and condoms to youth living on the street.video
The Quebec government's announcement this week that eye tests will be offered in Quebec elementary schools is being met with caution by optometrists in the province.
Two islands — one that risks being swallowed by the ocean because of climate change, the other the fictitious home of director Wes Anderson's stop-motion animation dogs — are among the subjects Canadians are exploring at the 34th Sundance Film Festival.
A comprehensive database dedicated to social and community services is now available online to all residents living in the 82 municipalities that make up the greater Montreal area.
An overnight fire in Longueuil forced about 200 people from their homes early Wednesday morning. No one was injured and residents have since been able to return to their apartments.
Donald Trump has aced a test on his mental health — likely putting to rest days of Washington political gossip. And one Arab-Canadian couldn't be prouder.
Father Emmett Johns, who died on the weekend at 89, transformed the lives of countless Montreal youth since founding Dans la rue in 1988. Here are a few of their stories.readcomments audio
Martin Brodeur says the gold medal he won in 2002 means as much to him as his three Stanley Cups. Now the future Hall of Fame goalie is chasing another Olympic title — this time as an executive with Team Canada.
Some commuters who ride the train every day say they should be compensated by the Réseau de transport métropolitain (RTM) for the bad service and late trains they’ve had to deal with over the last few weeks.
"Would you please try once again to reach a verdict?" Quebec Superior Court Justice Gaétan Dumas asks the eight men and four women who have been deliberating for six days in the trial of three former railway workers indicted for their roles in the Lac-Mégantic rail disaster.
Montreal Mayor Valérie Plante met Quebec City's Bonhomme Carnaval outside Montreal City Hall on Tuesday and donned his signature tuque, though she didn't sport a ceinture fléchée.video
Video He's not the comic hero, but Montreal's Scott Pilgrim is taking on the world too — with his camera
Pilgrim wants his images to suspend reality —so that you can interpret them whatever way you want.
A total of 542 ships were reported for violating the speed limit Transport Canada imposed for part of the Gulf of St. Lawrence last summer to prevent further deaths of endangered North Atlantic right whales.
The government will spend another $1.4 billion between now and 2022 on children aged eight and under, in a bid to increase young Quebecers' chances of educational success — particularly students from disadvantaged backgrounds.
Three veteran members of the Parti Québécois have signalled they won't run in the fall election, dealing the sputtering sovereignist party a blow ahead of the fall provincial election.
Kwenders' new album reveals a powerful point of view from the musician, who was born in Africa and discovered new sounds in Montreal.
Erik Guay plans to ski for Canada at the upcoming Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, despite a back injury, according to a release from Alpine Canada.
A group of Quebec women has come together to push the #Metoo movement forward, issuing a public declaration and hoping to spark a discussion about how society can address issues of sexual violence and misconduct.
Video 'There's never a word there when you don't need it': Montreal dancer moves like Leonard Cohen's language
Clara Furey knew Leonard Cohen all her life, and she brings his approach towards words to her movement.
The bitter cold hasn't stopped asylum seekers from making their way to Canada, and authorities say there is a pressing need for jackets, gloves and tuques to help them cope with their first winter.
Australia has complained at the World Trade Organization about the rules applied to sales of wine by Canada and various provinces, a WTO filing shows.
Congratulations to CBC Montreal News at Six anchor Debra Arbec, who has been nominated for a 2018 Canadian Screen Award in the best local news anchor category.
Ice dancers Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir will make history on Feb. 9, becoming the first woman and man — and first duo, period — to carry the Canadian flag into an Olympic opening ceremony.
No residents were injured, but three firefighters and a police officer suffered minor injuries and were later discharged from hospital.
Voices claiming to represent business cry foul on wage hikes. But just watch how quickly capitalism adapts.
The museum plans to work double time to match the 2017 attendance numbers going forward, without the help of the 375th anniversary tourism boom.
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