The Transport Ministry is setting up 28 temporary detours as ramps get torn down and rebuilt. Morevideo
Craig Sauvé, the associate executive committee member for citizens' services, says Valérie Plante's administration "heard loud and clear that citizens wanted a better bylaw."
Defence lawyer Julie Giroux filed the appeal Monday and asked the court to either declare her client not criminally responsible due to a mental disorder or to order a new trial.
Montreal rapper Husser is about to put English Montreal's rap and hip-hop scene on the map. Nantali Indongo tells you why.
The Quebec government will announce a $200 income-tax cut, as well as a commitment to invest more in education and health care in Tuesday's economic update, Radio-Canada's Sebastien Bovet has learned.
During the election campaign, Valérie Plante promised her executive committee would feature gender parity, diversity and even a place for some members of the opposition. But Montreal's newly elected mayor did not hit all those targets.
A Quebec court judge has withdrawn from a case after coming under fire for comments about the nature of consent and the weight of a victim of sexual assault.
The case against Sabrine Djermane and El Mahdi Jamali, a Montreal couple accused of terrorism-related offences, will go straight to final arguments when the trial resumes on Dec. 4.
Loblaws is launching a fee-based subscription program targeting its existing loyalty program members that sweetens the pot for them in terms of rewards — in exchange for a fee.
CBC Investigates 'A cut to the most vulnerable': Day program for disabled adults drops older clients
Debbie Schichtman says drastic cuts at Miriam Home mean clients over 55 are being dropped from the social service agency's day program — robbing her sister of a sense of purpose and belonging.
What happened to the conservatism that enabled the Montreal Protocol, the landmark environmental agreement signed 30 years ago by Brian Mulroney and Ronald Reagan.
Canadian weather forecasters are split over what kind of winter we can expect in 2018 - and how much of a role global warming has to play.
A longtime Bell call centre employee says she is pressured to make a sale on every call, often talking customers into products they don't understand, don't need, and sometimes can't afford
Environment Minister Catherine McKenna and former prime minister Brian Mulroney will be in Montreal today to mark the 30th anniversary of a landmark treaty to protect the earth's ozone layer.video
Montrealers will be able to access a new public space next to Champ-de-Mars Metro station as of Monday morning — the area has been walled off for more than a year.
For the first time, tickets to the Sing-In concert can be obtained in advance through Eventbrite.
Montreal police are investigating after a 46-year-old woman was shot in the arm at a Parc-Extension apartment building early Monday. Her life is not in danger.
After the province unveiled its marijuana bill, Indigenous leaders in Quebec are calling for more frontline workers and strengthened police services as their communities brace for recreational marijuana use.
A human library event was held in Quebec City to promote dialogue with the Muslim population. Dozens of volunteers agreed to share their personal stories, in an effort to challenge stereotypes and prejudice.
Marco Beausoleil, arrested for making off with 5 million stolen honey bees from Saint-Valère, Que., will have to serve nine months probation and pay hefty fine for his actions.
Former Liberal cabinet minister Tony Tomassi was arrested Friday as part of an undercover Montreal police operation targeting prostitution.
It would have been a fine time for an old-fashioned bag skate, but Montreal Canadiens coach Claude Julien didn't have that option after a 6-0 loss to the Toronto Maple Leafs on Saturday even if that was what he wanted.readcomments video
Start-up Nations is bringing together First Nations youth to learn how to get their business ideas off the ground.
Though she's only 22, Constable Pamela Stevenson is undoubtedly one of her northern Quebec police force's most coveted new recruits.
Members of Sauvez Rousseau Forest, the group fighting to preserve the land, are concerned with how residential development will affect traffic, electricity, the environment, and the neighbourhood at large.
'He meant so much to everyone': Hockey West Island to retire jersey of teen killed in train collision
Tristan Morrissette-Perkins died after being struck by a train in July. Now his community is coming together to honour his memory.
The trial of three former MMA railway workers for criminal negligence causing death in connection with the 2013 Lac-Mégantic rail disaster is about to enter its eighth week. Here's a look back on key testimony from the trial's first 25 days.video
From Julie Couillard to Stephen Harper to supply management, Maxime Bernier tells CBC News what will and won't be in his forthcoming book.
Police fear for the life of a 48-year-old man who was stabbed in TMR early Sunday morning.
The victim is in hospital with serious upper body injuries.
A man has been charged in connection with the Nov. 5 shooting that left another man with gunshot wounds to his face.
Three musicians perched on top of a wind turbine in Gaspé, Que. is getting worldwide attention. The Festival Musique du Bout du Monde produced the video, filmed 80 metres off the ground, to launch its 15th edition.
A small flower kiosk in Phillips Square is fighting for its survival amid the city's plans to renovate Ste-Catherine Street West.
The STM has been forced to indefinitely suspend repair work on its Metro station escalators because of defective replacement parts — potentially stranding passengers with limited mobility.
The 13-year-old Royal Vale student wanted to donate his hair to Angel Hair for Kids, a Canadian organization that manufactures wigs for sick children from donated materials.
Some ramps in the Turcot Interchange will shut down tonight, and are not set to reopen until 2019.
The NHL wanted to hold an outdoor game in Montreal to mark its 100th anniversary but couldn't find a suitable venue, commissioner Gary Bettman said Friday.
A high-profile Canadian charity with close ties to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife is excluding youth from Quebec, Trudeau’s home province, from a nationwide contest to win tickets to an event featuring former U.S. first lady Michelle Obama.
The abrupt cancellation of an exhibit on Max Stern's life and work by the Germany city of Düsseldorf over restitution claims has raised questions, disappointment and outrage from Montrealers involved in organizing the project.
The former mayor of Laval who was sentenced to six years in prison has been granted day parole.
The 18-year-old man who was originally charged with second-degree murder in the November 2016 death of Darius Brown has pleaded guilty to a lesser charge at the Montreal youth courthouse.
Quebec's bill to set out rules for legal marijuana distribution and consumption does little to soothe concerns in the Mohawk community of Kahnawake about what's coming on July 1.
Arguments were heard in Quebec Superior Court Friday as part of an effort to temporarily strike down parts of the province's controversial religious neutrality law.
The mistrial does not mean the former construction magnate has been found not guilty. His case will be back in court Jan. 7 to determine the next steps.
A judge has authorized a recount for a seat at Quebec City council, which could jeopardize the victory of newly elected opposition leader Jean-François Gosselin.
Bombardier is hiring about 1,000 workers in the Montreal area to work on its Global 7000 business aircraft program, the company said Friday.
Seymour Bale was forced onto the sidelines because of a fight he never fought. But after serving three games of a four-game suspension, he will lace up his skates tonight after all.
Ontario and Quebec may share a border, but when it comes to their individual plans to handle the upcoming legalization of marijuana, the two provinces remain far apart.
Canada's rate of inflation came in at 1.4 per cent year-over-year in October, following a 1.6 per cent rate in September, easing mainly due to smaller gasoline price increases, Statistics Canada said Friday.
It's official: Valérie Plante has been sworn in as the mayor of Montreal, becoming the city's 45th mayor and the first woman elected to that role.readcomments video
Where will Quebecers be able to buy legal pot? Who will be able to buy it? Here is what you need to know about Quebec's new bill that lays out the groundwork for legalized marijuana.
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