You wouldn't expect to see flying and crawling insects in an operating room. But that's what's happening at Charles-LeMoyne Hospital, according to video and documents obtained by the Journal de Montreal.
Two teens accused of being the principal perpetrators in the brutal beating of another student in Rivière-des-Prairies caught on video last fall will be going through traditional court procedures after being refused access to a program aimed at avoiding trial.
An opposition councillor at Montreal city hall says it's time to take the city into the 21st century when it comes to public mobility and public transit issues such as ride sharing and driverless cars - Marvin Rotrand says he'll table a motion at next month's city council meeting asking for a working group to look into the matter.
Ever gotten a ticket for putting your garbage or recycling out when you're not supposed to? A 12-year-old Plateau-Mont-Royal boy got a ticket for $272 dollars for doing just that. But his mom is fighting it.
If you've ever fought an insurance company and had your benefits cut off because they think you're faking your sick leave, the Quebec College of Physicians is on your side. The doctors' group says it believes some companies engage in "harassment" and "abusive and intrusive" measures.
A Montreal man took the opportunity during his chance encounter with the mayor this afternoon to vent about her administration's cyclist-friendly policies that may be making cyclists even more dangerous on the roads.
Quebec's public security ministry is going on the defensive in the wake of numbers obtained by the Coalition avenir Québec (CAQ) showing that 92% of Quebec flood victims haven't had their files settled yet.
After a public outcry and criticism last week, the city of Montreal has added a public consultation in Côte-des-Neiges/NDG as part of its action plan to make the city more senior-friendly, CJAD 800 News has learned.
Youths who drop out of school are likely the victims of bullying - that's one of the findings of a Léger poll out today as part of the annual Hooked on School Days campaign to fight Quebec’s high drop-out rate. The campaign begins today and runs until Friday.
The Quebec government is telling the federal government to mind its own business when it comes to growing marijuana at home. Minister of federal-provincial relations Jean-Marc Fournier said if the federal government contests Quebec's eventual law on marijuana banning you from growing pot at home, they will fight it court.
Hydro-Quebec insists clients are not being overbilled. The power utility will be giving back about half of the amounts allegedly overpaid last year and the other half will go into the Quebec government's coffers. Hydro-Quebec had said it'll come back to you collectively through a reduction in the next fare increase it'll be asking for that'll take effect next year, so it'll be like a credit except there won't be any personal cheques delivered to clients.
The growing discontent continues among healthcare workers -after desperate testimonials from nurses about their working conditions, workers at some of Montreal's long term care homes braved the cold and staged a demonstration during the noon hour to do the same thing.