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Thousands attend climate march in Montreal, one year after visit from Greta Thunberg
Last year's climate march drew an estimated half a million people. The pandemic made this year's march very different.
Quebec schools to receive $85M to fund pandemic measures
According to one teacher's union, that amount works out to $8,000 per school, which they say is not nearly enough.
Visits suspended after outbreak on floor of CHSLD in Laval
The regional health authority, the CISSS de Laval, confirmed that as of Saturday, 11 patients and seven employees at CHSLD Idola Saint-Jean have tested positive for COVID-19.
COVID-19 in Quebec: What you need to know this weekend
For the first time in more than four months, Quebec saw nearly 700 new cases today.
How Quebec's bungled messaging is hampering the anti-virus effort
Effective communication is key to managing a large-scale outbreak. But it's not an easy task, and the Quebec government appears to have sowed more confusion than clarity in recent weeks.
Quebec minister challenges QMJHL to ban fights in order to get government aid
82-year-old man dead after suspected hit-and-run in Ville-Marie
A challenging 2020 season isn't getting any easier for the Montreal Impact
Autumn farewells: Montreal seasons and neighbourhood animals
Kanien'kehà:ka artist marks Oka Crisis anniversary with thought-provoking illustrations
Quit socializing for next month to stop COVID spread, Quebec health minister pleads
Doctors in Quebec long-term care hospitals lean on each other as second wave begins
Montreal hospitals close beds due to staff shortages, space constraints
McGill students say COVID-19 more widespread than reported by university
Settled in Montreal, Jeff Petry signs 4-year contract extension with Canadiens
How right-wing extremists, libertarians and evangelicals built Quebec's movement against COVID-19 restrictions
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15 years after Montreal killing, family demands right to be at parole hearing
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Outremont grappling with highest COVID-19 infection rate in Montreal
With environmental review still pending, Quebec minister touts benefits of natural gas project
Legionnaires' outbreak in LaSalle confounds Montreal public health
Schools scramble to make up for learning losses that have already occurred in the pandemic
New Brunswick's travel bubble with Quebec shrinks again
Federal government wants to restore regional flights by subsidizing airlines