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Quebec’s youth protection system needs overhaul to help vulnerable children, report finds

A special inquiry tasked with looking at Quebec’s youth protection services is recommending an overhaul of the beleaguered provincial system and calling...

Quebec premier wants Trudeau to tighten travel, land border restrictions to limit COVID-19 variants

Quebec is once again calling for tightened restrictions for international travel and land borders amid concerns over the spread of COVID-19 variants. Premier...

Quebec premier tells young people to ‘respect the rules’ as emergency COVID-19 measures extended

Quebec is extending emergency measures for three regions as the third wave of the COVID-19 pandemic continues to gain steam in the...

Montreal police arrest man after anti-Asian incident sees woman threatened on metro

Montreal police have arrested a suspect in connection with alleged death threats and the criminal harassment of a woman of Chinese descent...

New trial ordered for former Quebec judge convicted of first-degree murder

Canada’s federal justice minister is ordering a new trial for Jacques Delisle, a former Quebec judge who was convicted in the first-degree...

Montreal doctors call for stricter measures as Quebec tops 1,300 new COVID-19 cases

Doctors and other health-care professionals are calling for tightened public health restrictions in Montreal as the province reports the highest daily tally...

A permanent housing project in Montreal tries to help a city hit hard by COVID, apartment crunch

Over the next three months, front-line workers will scour the island to meet with potential landlords, secure leases, and find apartments to...

Quebec to allow gyms in coronavirus red zones to reopen as of March 26

Quebec is loosening a number of COVID-19 public health restrictions for sports and physical training both indoors and outdoors starting March 26. Isabelle Charest, the...

Canadian artistic swimmers file lawsuit against governing body over abuse, harassment allegations

A group of five former competitive athletes with the national artistic swimming team has filed a proposed class-action lawsuit against governing body Canada Artistic...

Coronavirus rules lifted in parts of Quebec as masks now required for elementary students in Montreal

Quebecers in many parts of the province will be able to dine out in restaurants and hit the gym starting Monday as COVID-19 measures...

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