Quebec to review how it tests drinking water following investigative report

Quebec Premier François Legault says the province is planning to change how it tests drinking water for lead in response to an investigative report published on Wednesday by Global News, which revealed that the province is using sampling methods that…

Federal Election 2019: Trudeau says Quebec ‘values test’ is the province’s responsibility

Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau spoke about his previous comments regarding a “values test” in Quebec, saying that such a process would be the province’s responsibility. Asked what he would consider an inappropriate question on such a test, Trudeau said he…

Quebec files appeal after judge strikes down law forbidding homegrown cannabis

The Quebec government is moving forward with a legal challenge after a court struck down the provisions of the province’s cannabis law banning citizens from growing their own recreational marijuana. The announcement was made Thursday by Lionel Carmant, the province’s…

Legault condemns Québec Solidaire’s position on climate protest action

By Staff The Canadian Press Posted October 9, 2019 1:43 pm Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ The Quebec government is condemning an opposition party for refusing to denounce the actions of…

Quebec backtracks on plans to ban ‘Bonjour-Hi’

The Quebec government is re-thinking plans to legislate the popular “bonjour-hi” greeting, saying that it will encourage the use of a unilingual French greeting instead. As Global’s Gloria Henriquez explains, the change of heart comes on the heels of a…

Protesters continue rallying against Bill 21 across Quebec

Over 130 Montrealers gathered on Sunday at Place Émilie-Gamelin for the second weekend in row to protest Bill 21, the secularism law forbidding religious symbols in the public service. Gatineau, Sherbrooke and Quebec City are among the cities also rallying…

Cafe Bonjour/Hi to open as Quebec government mulls ways to ban greeting

There’s little doubt about what greeting customers will hear when they enter Dave Plant’s soon-to-be opened Cafe Bonjour/Hi, even as the Quebec government looks for ways to ban the popular bilingual greeting. Plant, 32, chose the name about a month…

Quebec premier criticizes Montrealer who told Jagmeet Singh to cut off turban

October 3 2019 5:27pm Quebec Premier Francois Legault is speaking out after a Montreal man told federal NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh to “cut your turban off.” Global’s Raquel Fletcher reports. ‘ }); } else { var rel_id = svp.releaseInfo.contentId+””; if(…

‘Some people are racist,’ Quebec premier denounces Montrealer who told Jagmeet Singh to ‘cut your turban off’

Quebec Premier François Legault says it was “racist” for a man to tell NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh to “cut off your turban” at Montreal’s Atwater Market. “There are some people that are racist in Quebec. It’s not a systemic racism,…

Quebec premier denounces Montrealer who told Jagmeet Singh to ‘cut your turban off’

October 3 2019 12:29pm Speaking to reporters at the National Assembly, Quebec Premier François Legault says it was “racist” for a man to tell NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh to “cut off your turban” at Montreal’s Atwater Market. ‘ }); }…