A year ago this weekend, some residents of Pierrefonds-Roxboro would begin a long battle against Mother Nature and government bureaucracy. For many, it marks the one year anniversary of the historic flooding that swept several municipalities in the province.
Anti-racism and community groups have gotten the green light to start collecting as of today 15,000 names for a petition to force the city of Montreal to hold public consultations on systemic racism and discrimination.
A Montreal blogger who claims to be a certified naturopath is being called out by some critics for her alternative views on treating serious illnesses such as cancer. They are accusing her of spreading information that could be dangerous to public health.
If you need some legal advice about your divorce, your will, or your landlord or tenant, there're some lawyers who can help you this weekend and all for free. The Young Bar of Montreal's legal clinic helpline is up and running starting today for its 30th edition.
The Montreal fire department says it's working on its seven-year plan to recruit more women and members of visible minorities and Indigenous peoples to join their work force that is nearly 98% white and male.
A West Island elementary school is showing solidarity with the residents of Humboldt, Saskatchewan who lost 15 members of their community in a fatal road accident Friday involving a truck and a bus carrying the town's junior hockey team, the Humboldt Broncos.