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Nemaska is the smallest Cree village in the James Bay region of northern Quebec.
Laval police are trying to find out how this minivan hit a pedestrian and dragged him for several metres.
The board's decision allows Enbridge to move 300,000 barrels of crude oil per day from Sarnia, Ontario, to Montreal.
The average Canadian is bombarded with 3,500 media messages a day. In Quebec, election ads are now part of that mix.
Lev Tahor community spokesman Uriel Goldman walked to the courthouse for the child custody case decision in Chatham, Ont.
Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre wants bars to be able to stay open until 6 a.m. Currently, last call is at 3 a.m. he wants bars to stay open until at least 6 a.m., and he's considering a pilot project to try it out.
There was disco music, thunder sticks and a warm-up act for Philippe Couillard, when the Liberal leader addressed his supporters at the first rally of his party of the April 7 election campaign Wednesday night in Quebec City's port area.
After many successful Broadway productions, a big screen adaptation and over 40 awards worldwide, the highly-praised musical thriller Sweeney Todd will play in one of Canada's greatest venue: Le Capitole de Que?bec.
The alleged ringleaders of a major drug-trafficking organization were among 12 people arrested Wednesday at the end of a 17-month police investigation in the Outaouais.
Longueuil police and officials with the Workplace Health and Safety Board are investigating a fatal accident that killed a 36-year-old construction worker.
Justice France Charbonneau presides over Quebec's corruption inquiry. The commission insists it is politically neutral and as such, will suspend its hearings during the course of the election campaign.
A construction project undertaken by La Shed Architecture completely redid the interior and exterior of this building on Henri-Julien Avenue.
Although Parti Quebecois leader Pauline Marois hasn't yet formally committed to another sovereignty referendum, should she win a majority of the national assembly's 125 seats, those who would be called to arms for another national unity battle are bracing for it.