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Sex education is to become a mandatory part of the curriculum in every grade, from kindergarten to high school and in both public and private systems. And it will go well beyond the metaphorical birds and the bees.
The well-known Montreal author sets fiction aside to showcase her Vietnamese heritage through family recipes in her latest book, Le Secret des Vietnamiennes.
Meet Peter, who wants to get back to work but needs more time to heal. Staff at Montreal's Old Brewery Mission say there are plenty of people like him, living below the poverty line who won't qualify for Quebec's new guaranteed minimum income.
A French-language television network in Quebec has apologized for its now-debunked report that a Montreal mosque tried to have women banned from a nearby work site during Friday prayers.
Wholesalers report a shortage in stock of Mifegymiso as province starts offering pill free of charge.
Normandeau's lawyers say her trial for corruption-related charges won't occur within a reasonable delay.
Montreal police are asking for the public's help locating 82-year-old Dimos Zervos, last seen at a healthcare facility in Côte-des-Neiges just after 1 p.m. on Friday.
The four-year-old was taken to hospital in Pont-Rouge, Que., where he was pronounced dead.
The days of waiting at the bus stop in the freezing cold, wondering whether the bus has already gone by or is held up in traffic, may finally be behind us.
The Public Health Agency of Canada has confirmed that one person has died from E. coli infection but says privacy laws prevent it from saying where.
Quebec is providing $44 million over five years to help modernize the province's taxi industry as it struggles to compete with the ride-hailing app Uber.
Take note, drivers: winter tires are officially mandatory on all passenger vehicles and taxis as of Dec. 15 until March 15.
FIFTH ESTATE Trudeau government gag order in Montreal brainwashing case silences victims, lawyer says
Forty years after revelations that the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency funded brainwashing experiments on unsuspecting Canadians, the Trudeau government is continuing a pattern of silencing the victims, a lawyer for one of the families says.video
Fed up with 'Christmas crazy' gift-buying one West Island teacher is spending her family's Christmas budget on acts of kindness and she's getting her grade 3 students involved too.audio
Tomas Plekanec scored in overtime as the Montreal Canadiens beat the visiting New Jersey Devils 2-1 on Thursday to snap a three-game losing skid.
Quebec needs better legislation to shield journalists from police surveillance techniques, which routinely gather more information than needed, a provincial commission of inquiry has found.
The fire broke out in a building on Bossuet Street Thursday afternoon.
An investigation by Quebec's construction board has confirmed that no Montreal mosque sought to exclude women from a nearby work site during Friday prayers.video
The Montreal Canadiens are keeping with their annual holiday tradition of giving back to the community by buying gifts for underprivileged children.
Lawyers for Bertrand Charest appeared before Quebec's top court today in a bid to release the convicted sex offender pending an appeal of his conviction on some of the 37 charges on which he was found guilty.
The 39-year-old physiotherapist and experienced ice canoe paddler had been in the water about 30 minutes when he was rescued. He was in a state of respiratory arrest and was hypothermic.
A half dozen websites, all claiming to be English-language newspapers based in Quebec, are in fact part of a network of fake newspaper sites run from Ukraine, where they've been earning their creator almost four times the monthly wage in that country.
Bombardier Inc. says it's on track to deliver on its promised five-year turnaround in 2020 as its aerospace and railway divisions are projected to deliver better revenues and profits.
Radio-Canada has learned that Montreal it’s electric, the non-profit organization set up to organize and promote the electric race car event, used nearly all of its $10-million line of credit and owes Formula E organizers several millions of dollars.
Tanisha Samuels was arrested in the area around Harrowsmith, Ont., but Montreal police believe that there may be victims in the Montreal area.
Every Quebec elementary and high school student will receive mandatory sex ed, integrated into their current classes, as of next September, Couillard confirmed to La Presse Canadienne.
With doubts being cast on allegations that a Montreal mosque asked that female workers not be visible at the nearby construction site on Fridays, those who attend the mosque say the damage is already done.
Fill your ears — and hearts! — with wonderful Christmas music from the Church of St. Andrew and St. Paul in Montreal.
A media report stated a Montreal mosque signed a contract with a construction company stipulating no women could be on the site Fridays, the Muslim holy day. It was inaccurate but still spread like wildfire.
CBC Investigates McGill's dentistry faculty criticized over its handling of sexual assault, harassment allegations
A former McGill student who alleges she was sexually assaulted by a dentistry faculty member last year said the faculty "poorly handled" its investigation of the incident. The faculty is facing criticism over the way it dealt with that complaint, as well as other troubling allegations from dentistry students of bullying and harassment.
One man is dead after a canoe carrying five men capsized on the St. Lawrence River near Quebec City around noon Wednesday. The other four people were able to swim to shore.
Food prices are expected to hold steady for the next year — unless you like eating in restaurants.video
Doubts cast on news report that Montreal mosque asked for women to be kept away from construction site
Quebec's construction commission is looking into allegations published by TVA Nouvelles that a Montreal mosque asked an electrical contractor that women be excluded from a nearby construction site on Fridays, the Muslim day of prayer.
The deputy director of operations in Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's office is on leave while a third party investigates him for allegations of inappropriate behaviour.
One day after the first major snowfall of the year, almost 2,200 vehicles headed out on the streets Wednesday evening to start to remove the snow.
If you want to decrease your chances of your car getting towed after a snow storm, avoid parking downtown along de Maisonneuve Boulevard, in the central Plateau–Mont-Royal and around Monkland Village.
Christopher has amassed a substantial social media presence in the last year, with 19,000 followers on Instagram, as well as growing Facebook and YouTube pages.audio
Samuel Kanatewat, nine-months-old, sported his best Montreal Canadiens gear for a Christmas visit from team members.
Sun Youth, the community service agency which has had a home in the old Baron Byng High School building since the school closed nearly 40 years ago, may need to move to make way for students once again.
Do you know how to handle your car on slippery winter roads? CBC’s Jaela Bernstien went out for a spin with Morty’s Driving School to get a lesson on what to do — and what not to do — when driving in dangerous wintry conditions.
Premier Philippe Couillard wants a high-speed link between Quebec's two biggest cities, but what would that look like? Here's an overview of some of the more outlandish ideas.
After the humane society shut down a dog meat farm in South Korea, about 50 of the 170 canines were brought to Canada, where they will eventually be placed in homes.
With less than seven months to go before recreational marijuana becomes legal, provinces and territories are scrambling to come up with plans to sell cannabis, but few details have emerged about what the retail experience of buying legal weed will be like.
The federal government has unveiled its new proposal to curb "income sprinkling" by some small business owners to family members, with substantive changes to a much-criticized initial proposal unveiled in the summer.
Maison Privée barbershop in Old Montreal has welcomed a new intern into its fold: Jérémy Léveillé, who has autism. He's learning valuable life skills and forging a few friendships along the way.audio
The appointment of Richard Wagner, a Quebecer, as the chief justice of the Supreme Court of Canada was met with a sigh of relief by jurists and political leaders across the province.
At least 80 firefighters worked to put out a three-alarm fire in Montreal's Southwest borough late Monday.
Howard Krupp, a Pierrefonds man picked up in 2013 for allegedly stalking schoolchildren in Kirkland, pleaded guilty last week to indecent assault of a minor in a case dating back to the 1970s.
The Montreal Impact shook up their backline Tuesday, trading star centre back Laurent Ciman to expansion Los Angeles FC for Canadian wingback Raheem Edwards and Finnish defender Jukka Raitala.
When Olympic short-track speedskating champion Charles Hamelin isn't training or racing, chances are he's in front of a video game console.
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