Last month, vlogger Murphy Cooper created a fake alternative to the state-owned monopoly Hydro-Quebec, only to find out that hundreds of people would love if it were real.
Pollak is working hard to create inter-cultural and inter-faith bonds in her Montreal neighbourhood.
Courts and policy-makers are drawing up unneeded rules to make life hard for women wearing the niqab.
After years of debate and two environmental studies, Quebec's government has decided not to allow shale oil and gas extraction.
The Montreal police recently announced their intentions to purchase two sound cannons—the type originally created to fight off Somali pirates on the open seas—to help with anti-police protests in Montreal. The move is yet another salvo in the...
After the Parti Québécois was dealt a crushing defeat last week, many in Quebec are rejoicing. But with 7.6 percent unemployment, a provincial debt somewhere around $175 billion, and a whole host of other problems, where does this leave us? Still...
After a surprisingly drawn out fall from grace, the PQ has been humiliated after a crushing loss to the Liberals. Is this the end of the sovereignty movement? And how will the Liberals tackle Quebec's various challenges?
Critics say it infringes on certain provisions in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, such as freedom of expression and religion.
Just a few weeks ago, it looked like Quebec's separatist party were going to cruise to a big win in this April's election, but a perfect storm of bad hires, bizarro conspiracy theories, and accusations of ignoring the principal issues have turned...
Early 2013 saw the resurrection of an issue most of us Quebecers wish we could bury alongside Céline Dion’s unsullied youth: The so-called “language wars” of Canada’s outsider province.