Brendan Gallagher scored with 11 seconds left in regulation as the Montreal Canadiens defeated the St. Louis Blues 3-2 on Wednesday to extend their winning streak to three games.
The 10 members elected Oct. 1 for the sovereigntist left-wing party Quebec solidaire refused to swear allegiance to the Queen publicly Wednesday as they made their entry into the National Assembly.
The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 212 in LaSalle has won a victory in its long-running battle over back taxes.
Wednesday's legalization of pot is a hot topic among high school students, even if some of them are too young to buy it themselves. The English Montreal School Board is doing its level best to teach students about the misconceptions and…
As many as 140,000 Quebecers will ‘drop, cover and hold’ Thursday morning, as they part in an emergency earthquake drill Thursday morning.
The City of Montreal has issued a second evacuation notice for more than a dozen tenants of two buildings in Pointe-Saint-Charles.
A 143-year-old flat iron building is getting a modern makeover with all the high-tech specs.
Not to ruin your buzz, pot fans, but as Canada celebrated legal recreational cannabis on Wednesday, the incoming Quebec government said they will move forward on several anti-pot measures.
A former biker-gang hit man turned informant whose testimony brought down Hells Angels boss Maurice (Mom) Boucher has been granted escorted leaves from prison.
Convicted rapist and killer Paul Bernardo is telling a parole hearing that he did horrible things in the past.
After four years of bouncing between the AHL and NHL, the bloom is off the rose when it comes to the Montreal Canadiens and one of their young forwards.
The wake-and-bakers were out early on Wednesday, as Montreal’s cannabis connoisseurs lined up to be among the first to legally purchase pot on Wednesday morning.
With Quebec’s first 12 cannabis retail shops now open for business, the workers who staff those stores have chosen which union will represent them.
A 22-year-old woman is in police custody after a car was set on fire in downtown Montreal on Tuesday night.
Eight residences and a business in Laval and the North Shore were raided by police on Wednesday morning as part of an anti-drug operation.
Convicted rapist and killer Paul Bernardo is due to plead for release today.
Ian Power was among the first to buy legal recreational marijuana in Canada but he has no plans to smoke it. He plans to frame it.
A first-year McGill student is taking on the university, asking that it remove the term ‘Redmen’ from its sports teams.
Two buildings were destroyed and several others were damaged after a fire broke out overnight in downtown Magog, in the Eastern Townships.
All 74 CAQ MNAs were sworn in during the two-hour long ceremony in the Red Room of the National Assembly.
The Greek Navy's replica of a vessel that ruled the Mediterranean Sea 2,500 years ago has been opened to tourists.
Bombardier Inc. says it has fulfilled more than 70 per cent of its expected business aircraft deliveries for the year, as a lengthening order backlog points to growing demand for long-range planes.
Montreal police woman want to hear from women have been sexually assaulted while using public transit.
Quebec's first legal locations to sell cannabis will open Wednesday, and officials gave reporters an inside look at what looks more like a health store than a head shop.
Laval police are searching for a man accused of shooting someone several times and making death threats against children.
One building was destroyed and several others damaged after a fire broke out overnight in downtown Magog.
Firefighters from several towns and cities were called to help battle a burning building in downtown Magog.
The Canadiens roared to a 7-3 win over the Red Wings as Tomas Plekanec played his 1,000th NHL game.
The windstorm that blasted Quebec overnight knocked down trees and branches throughout the province, damaging cars, and starting fires.