Quebec


Bloc Quebecois leader demands apology from Trudeau over War Measures Act passed in 1970

"You cannot pretend to be deeply in love with Quebec without respecting the desire of Quebecers to receive some apologies from Her Majesty's government," said Blanchet.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

Almost 200 fitness-related businesses in Quebec will defy COVID-19 restrictions and re-open

A group of almost 200 fitness related businesses will open their doors on Thursday and defy the provinces lockdown restrictions.

Joe Vaughan

'Lives are on the line,' says Ontario gym owner who started petition to declare gyms essential

There is clear evidence mental health crisis has gotten worse as a result of COVID-19 lockdowns, and gym owners like Christison are seeing this first hand.

Elie M. Cantin-Nantel

First Nations protestors continue blockades despite injunction

Protesters claim their constitutional right to hunt within their territory is being violated by individuals who are merely granted the privilege to do so by the government.

Noah David Alter

Quebec told to stay home as COVID cases surge

"This time is totally different, totally different," said Dubé. "It is very difficult to say where you got it."

The Post Millennial

'Telewarrants' now a reality in Quebec, allowing police to quickly break up gatherings

To be able to enforce these new unpopular restrictions, the province is giving police the ability to obtain telewarrants, these would permit them to enter people’s private homes to enforce the government’s lockdown order.

Elie M. Cantin-Nantel

Lack of cancer screening during pandemic results in 3,000+ missed diagnoses in Quebec, says expert

Mammography has still not reached its pre-pandemic levels, as Quebec's new daily positive test rate are reaching numbers not seen since well into the first wave.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

Effort to change name of Asbestos, Quebec halted after residents voice displeasure with potential names

The town of more that 7,000 residents was supposed to vote using a ranked ballot between October 14 and October 18. However, that date has now been pushed back.

Elie M. Cantin-Nantel

BREAKING: Canadian premiers hold joint press conference requesting Trudeau govt increase healthcare funding by $28 BILLION

The Trudeau government's speech, which will lay out the Liberal Party's legislative agenda for the upcoming parliamentary session is scheduled for Wednesday, September 23.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

BREAKING: Bloc Quebecois leader tests positive for COVID-19

A statement from the Bloc says that Vlanchet is in self-isolation and "is doing perfectly well."

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

MP calls for investigation into Trudeau govt's $237 MILLION contract to former Liberal MP

"My good friend Frank Baylis, who I sat with for a number of years on committee, gets a contact," said Angus. "How did that contract happen?"

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

Notorious Quebec pedophile released and reoffends, tries to pay roommate to take the blame

A notorious pedophile in Quebec has been accused of reoffending after spending 15 years in a penitentiary.

Joe Vaughan

19-year-old dies of coronavirus in Quebec

Quebec's health department confirmed that a 19-year-old sadly lost his life to coronavirus on Thursday.

Sam Edwards

Quebec contractor that was given $382 MILLION by Trudeau has failed to ship any masks so far

The government awarded this contract to Medicom—a Montreal-based company who do not have any factories in Canada.

Nico Johnson

Could there be a constitutional right to drink in parks?

Vancouver could soon become the first major Canadian city outside of Quebec to allow drinking in public parks.

Josh Dehaas