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Quebec government worried about elimination of Ontario's French Language commissioner
The news that Doug Ford's Progressive Conservative government will abolish Ontario's Office of the French Language Services Commissioner is not sitting well in Quebec.
Tall business owner finds a small niche selling big shoes
Pieds Géants is a shoe store that specializes in big shoes in Repentigny, Quebec. The store sells sizes that start at 14 for men and 11 for women.
Santa Claus parade to bring Christmas magic to Montreal Saturday
The parade starts at 11 a.m., heading east down Ste-Catherine Street from Fort Street and ending at 1:30 p.m. at St-Urbain Street.
Why Doug Ford's Franco-Ontarian cost-cutting could spell trouble for Andrew Scheer
Doug Ford has built a wedge between francophones and his government in Ontario — and it could frustrate Andrew Scheer's hopes of gaining ground in Quebec.
Canada's rushed rollout of legal cannabis has been a gift to the illegal market
All 12 stores in Quebec have closed Monday to Wednesday as a result of supply shortages. A rotating Canada Post strike has throttled online sales deliveries. Meanwhile private storefronts, though illegal in Quebec, are as close as a Google search away.
As It Happens
Years after Oka, Mohawk activist Ellen Gabriel says Indigenous people still treated as 'dispensable'
STM maintenance workers' wildcat strike deemed illegal
Victims of Quebec City legionnaire's outbreak may see just $4.5M of $7.5M settlement
Montreal's first snow of season rouses emotions — some good, some bad
9/11 Museum exhibit tells story of Mohawk ironworkers' contribution to New York City
Bus transporting elementary school students overturns on Highway 15
SAQ employees launch weekend-long strike across the province
How to handle your car when winter weather strikes
Tractor-trailer truck destroyed by suspicious fire in Saint-Laurent
Kahnawake calls federal consultation plan on Indian registration a 'threat of assimilation'
STM seeks essential services ruling to block possible transit strike Friday
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