Migrant domestic workers, the forgotten "essential workers," are working longer hours and are being denied access to their families. By speaking up, they risk losing their jobs and status.
Montreal has been the epicenter of Canada's coronavirus outbreak. The neighborhood with the highest number of cases is Montreal North, one of the poorest urban areas in the country.
The Quebec dream pop band love Vincent Sous-Marins, and would like to you to know the difference between a steamie and a toastie.
Taylor Zamor says he was slammed to the ground after cops barged into his apartment during a Super Bowl party, claiming they were searching for two Black men accused of a stabbing.
Canada is investigating the conditions that led to the man’s parole, but an advocate says decriminalization of sex work is the only way to keep sex workers safe.
With a lot of dry erase boards, chopsticks for "wands," and no Butterbeer in sight, the event was essentially a Fyre Festival for muggles.
Jabar Westerman of the Montreal Alouettes used to be a vegan, but he found it difficult to get all of the protein that he needed in one meal. So instead of turning to traditional meat or chicken, he began eating caterpillars.
The 'Sharp Objects' composer abandons stability to produce her most intimate album yet for 'INSCAPE.'
Montreal filmmaker Alexandre Franchi explores the world of the facially different—along with a cast requiring no makeup—in his new film 'Happy Face.'
The evolving Toronto artist premieres his new single and talks upcoming album 'A Short Story About A War' and the city's current political climate.