The Boston Bruins are on the verge of making history — eclipsing the Montreal Canadiens' coveted record of most points scored in a regular season, set back in 1977.
A year long investigation has found that in places like Montreal, hundreds of thousands of residents may be exposed to high levels of lead in their drinking water. Old pipes and a lack of testing regulations are in part to blame, said lead investigator Patti Sonntag of Concordia University.
Québec's new religious symbols ban is now in effect as teachers return to school under the new regulations. For many, they're unsure how to navigate the law that says they may keep wearing headscarves and other religious headwear — but only if they don't change jobs.
Facebook and others are stepping up to stop the spread of disinformation online in advance of Canada's federal parliamentary elections.
Having kids — it’s not cheap. Especially when you consider the cost of child care. Many women in the US say the cost makes it difficult to get ahead. But what if there were a model for universal day care? It turns out, there is such a thing — in Québec. The program is 20 years old and is an inspiration for many.
At a publicly subsidized day care for the children of single mothers in Montréal, the objective is to take care not only of the children but also of the women.
In spite of recovery in the Antarctic, the forecast for the ozone is not as rosy near the equator and in the middle latitudes.
For some people, overstaying their visa was never the plan. Rather, it is the result of one, or several, extenuating circumstances that convince immigrants they cannot or do not want to return to their countries.
Quebec's "La Meute" (Wolf Pack) group, started as an online effort to oppose Islamic extremism, but now it has shifted its focus to illegal immigration.
Haitian migrants and others afraid of being deported from the US are crossing illegally into Québec in hopes of a better fate there. They're being welcomed in Montreal but it's uncertain how many of them will be able to stay in the country.
There's been such a huge influx of asylum-seekers — mostly Haitians coming from the US into Canada — that the facilities normally used to house new arrivals have run out of space.