Trudeau: no apologies for heckler encounter, pledges to call out 'hate speech' video
Hate speech and the politics of division are creating a "dangerous path" for Canada, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Monday as he vowed to steer clear of such roads and to continue calling out those who rely on "extremist" methods to make their voices heard.
Montreal names councillor in charge of reconciliation with Indigenous people
Mayor Valérie Plante says Marie-Josée Parent, the newest member of her executive committee, will play an important role in relations with the city's Indigenous community.
Quebec in good financial shape as election nears, auditor general finds
Quebec's finances are in good shape and the Liberal government's budget estimates are "plausible," according to the province's first-ever, pre-election report on the state of public finances released Monday.
Seasonal workers in 13 regions get additional 5 weeks of EI
Seasonal workers living in select parts of Canada will be eligible for up to an additional five weeks of employment insurance under a new Liberal pilot project.
Flames, Habs swap minor-league forwards
The Calgary Flames have acquired forward Kerby Rychel from the Montreal Canadiens in exchange for left-wing Hunter Shinkaruk.