The UK has wrapped up what it's calling a successful program paying for half of the bill of people going out to restaurants to eat. That has some in the industry wondering if Canada should do the same.
The federal government’s rent subsidy program for small businesses came to an end Monday without a clear commitment that it would be extended this month. That has some restaurant owners worried they may close without that help.
Parents of about 200 special needs students at the EMSB had to scramble to find ways to get their kids to school after being told at the last minute there'd be no busing for the moment - it's a problem for the island's three major French and English school boards.
First year university students can expect to see different ways to experience Frosh events over the weekend and next week since the pandemic means traditional activities such as parties and pub crawls won't be happening.
Some residents of St. Leonard are fed up with the constant flooding in their homes every time there's a heavy rainfall and that nothing is done about it at the city or borough level - so they're seeking a class action lawsuit that could be worth millions of dollars.
Some Montreal-area teachers are concerned about their personal information being compromised after recently receiving a letter from Quebec's education ministry telling them how to protect themselves from a data breach that was revealed five months ago. One of them reached out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A small business owner in Montreal says Canada Post should extend its special program that helped lower shipping costs for small and medium businesses during the height of the pandemic - he says his shipping costs have shot up now that the program is over.