Simon Van Vliet
It came along with a letter that read, "Living you took them from us! Living we want them back!!! May ghosts haunt you forever!"
With thousands of bylaw infractions now thrown out, what will the city of Montreal do next to crack down on protests?
Protesters have been subject to mass arrest and expensive tickets for the last three years in Montreal. With the announcement that nearly 100 cases will be dismissed, there's a sliver of hope.
Despite oil and natural gas prices hitting rock bottom, the fossil fuels industry still has big plans for Quebec.
After the police destroyed a homeless encampment near downtown Montreal, the hacktivist collective responded with protests and threats.
After years of debate and two environmental studies, Quebec's government has decided not to allow shale oil and gas extraction.
With pipelines stalled in BC and the US, Quebec is the last frontier—for now—in the fight to stop tar sands oil from being exported around the world.
After news broke that a Quebec provincial police officer who killed a five-year-old in a car crash during a high-speed chase wouldn't face any repercussions, the Canadian public was horrified. Now a new report suggests the crash may have occurred...
On the heels of drastic austerity cuts and preferable treatment of the resource extraction industry, the Quebec Liberals are facing mounting public opposition that suggest a possible pushback similiar in scale to the 2012 so-called "Maple Spring...
After reports showed Montreal police botched the inquiry into the cop-caused death of 18-year-old Fredy Villanueva, the investigators have been absolved of wrongdoing.
"Firing at a criminal who is himself firing at the police or another person is one thing. Firing a gun at a person who is obviously mentally unstable is something else."
After a cyclist was killed by cops in Quebec, protests sprung up calling for justice. But with an internal police review process in place, some fear that there may never be a proper reaction.