Jillian Kestler-D'Amours is a journalist with The Canadian Press.
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Indigenous-led clinic to help Quebec community still shaken by Joyce Echaquan's death
The idea is simple, says Jennifer Brazeau, executive director of the Native Friendship Centre in Quebec's Lanaudiere region: provide "a culturally secure space'' where Indigenous people can get health care without feeling afraid.
Quebec students push for law to stop sexual violence in elementary and high schools
A group of current and former Quebec high school students are demanding the provincial government adopt a law specifically targeting sexual violence at elementary and high schools.
COVID-19 conspiracy theories creating a 'public health crisis' in Canada, experts say
Researchers say conspiracy theories about COVID-19 are spreading at an alarming rate across the country — and they warn misinformation shared online may lead to devastating consequences and push Canadians to shun important safety measures.
Liberals hang on to 19 seats on Montreal island, but CAQ makes inroads
François Legault's party won Bourget and Pointe-aux-Trembles in Montreal's east end — the first seats ever for the Coalition Avenir Québec on the island of Montreal.
Missed Thursday night's debate? Here's a breakdown of the key moments
In the first televised leaders debate of the 2018 provincial campaign, Liberal Leader Philippe Couillard found himself under fire for his government's health and education record.
Filmmaker Spike Lee is coming to Montreal International Black Film Festival
The Oscar-winning director will be the honorary guest at the Montreal International Black Film Festival, which runs from Sept. 25 to 30.
What's in a slogan? Quebec's 4 main parties try to entice voters with one word or more
Three of the four parties — Coalition Avenir Québec, Parti Québécois and Québec Solidaire — have gone with one-word appeals to voters, while the Liberals have a wordier slogan.
Robert Lepage cancels Kanata show after co-producers withdraw support
Indigenous leaders criticized the production, which looks at Canada's settler history, for leaving out Indigenous voices.
'Verdun culture' shines through in stories about the neighbourhood
A new project, Verdun Stories, is collecting anecdotes, short stories and other memories from people who live, have lived, or made memories there.
Quebec to ban shale gas fracking, tighten rules for oil and gas drilling
Quebec Energy Minister Pierre Moreau has announced new measures to prohibit shale gas fracking and ban drilling for oil and gas in a one-kilometre zone around urban areas, including Montreal.