Teen in serious condition following brutal stabbing in Montreal
On Saturday, a 16-year-old boy was stabbed just after midnight on Côte-des-Neiges Rd. in Montreal. The boy remains in serious but stable condition.
Scheer promises to stop illegal border crossings in Quebec
The road separates the U.S. from Quebec and is a hot spot of illegal entry into Canada, with prospective migrants simply crossing the border and immediately claiming asylum, leading to a process which can sometimes take years to resolve.
WATCH: Climate protesters shut down major Montreal road with Extinction Rebellion
The group made its way to Montreal on what happened to be the one-year anniversary of the United Nation-commissioned IPCC Special Report, which noted that world leaders and lawmakers had only just over a decade’s time to stop a potentially irreversible change to our climate.
“Everything is on the table” Quebec still fighting to do away with “bonjour-hi” greeting
Jolin-Barrette said “everything is on the table,” going on to say that he has been working with “businesses and government officials” to encourage the use of “bonjour” as the only greeting to be used with clientele.
Conservative Party promises to stop the flow of raw sewage into waterways
On Wednesday, October 2, Conservatives pledged that they will work with provinces and municipalities to stop the flow and dumping of raw sewage in water ways.
Liberal candidate suggests carbon pricing may need to rise to meet goals
Environmentalist and Liberal Party candidate won’t rule out whether party would hike carbon prices even further.
Canada sees its first confirmed case of vaping-related lung illness
Doctors in Quebec have now confirmed the first case of a vaping-related lung illness in Canada.
‘I still hear him yelling at me’: Trudeau interrogated by lawyer of woman he accused of racism
Trudeau was interrogated by a lawyer on July 16 over an incident last year where his bodyguards forcefully removed an elderly woman after he accused her of racism.
Former cocaine trafficker and wife show up to support the candidacy of Liberal candidate
According to a report by La Presse, a former cocaine trafficker and his wife were at an event in support of the Liberal candidate for Drummond, Quebec.
Autistic boy expelled from childcare centre for being “too expensive”
Martine Quevillon, Mickael’s mother, says that she’s extremely disappointed in the staff’s decision to exclude her son from receiving their services, especially considering the childcare centre received a large grant to provide accommodations.