Updated Quebec's new cannabis stores draw huge crowds for legalization day
Long lines formed outside Quebec's government-run cannabis stores and thousands more bought the drug online today, as Canada embarks on a new era of legal organization.
Analysis In Quebec, two sets of cannabis rules exist: one conservative, one liberal. Which will prevail?
Close to 100 years of cannabis prohibition in Canada ends today. In Quebec, though, this newfound freedom will be enjoyed unevenly. Whether you're able to fire up a joint depends largely on where you live and whether you own or rent.
New Canada ban on asbestos takes effect but mining residues are exempt
Canada's ban on the import, sale and use of asbestos will not prevent companies in Quebec from sifting through the waste left over from decades of mining asbestos to look for magnesium.
Hells Angels assassin-turned-informant granted escorted outing from prison
Stéphane "Godasse" Gagné, the former high-ranking Hells Angel sentenced to life behind bars in 1997 for killing a prison guard, has been granted escorted leave from prison.
Kativik school board in northern Quebec calls emergency meeting in wake of youth suicides
CBC News has learned that there have been 13 deaths by suicide in Quebec's Inuit territory of Nunavik since the beginning of the year — 11 in the village of Puvirnituq alone, and one involving a child still in elementary school.