Montrealers flocked to the Quartier des Spectacles at lunch hour on Monday to get a close look at the city's much-maligned Christmas tree, which has been ridiculed on social media over the past several days.
Two shootings and carjackings in east-end Montreal late Sunday night are linked to the discovery of a body in a nearby apartment, a police source told the Montreal Gazette.
A Canadian mom is offering $10,000 to be reunited with the daughter, who was snatched by her lesbian wife and their sperm donor.
Those miles may not get you as far as you’d think.
Does Don Cherry have a man-crush on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau?
Many police and other agencies believe distracted driving has already surpassed impairment as a cause of deadly crashes on Canadian roads.
The Pink Panther has been found not guilty of aggravated assault for hitting Dracula in the head with a beer glass and nearly cutting off his ear.
Convincing consumers to buy more products makes the industry money. Addressing the deadly distractions they pose to drivers does not.
Driven to distraction: The complexity of in-vehicle technology is staggering, but it sometimes feels as if that technology is working at cross purposes.
There is a matrix of similarities between problem gambling and problem smartphone use.
Neurologist William Tatum stumbled upon what might be the first biological evidence that texting physically messes with the brain.
Holy smokes! Veterans are getting punished for the acts of some shady medical marijuana companies.
Lena Dunham is not moving to Canada now that Donald Trump is the U.S. President-elect.
Thirty-two years after Yohannes Mehari fled war and persecution in Eritrea, on a journey that would take him to the heartland of Canada, he and his wife, Tensae, stood on a Winnipeg street corner looking at the mayhem of smashed cars, flashing lights and a blood-soaked boulevard.
Hockey or a higher education?
Texting and talking behind the wheel is killing more Canadians than impaired driving. In a five-part series, Postmedia examines the deadliest threat of our connected lives.
Laura Tardif’s story comes together in fragments.
Look out lads! The little lady is lusting after lesbians.
Does the testimony of 12 aboriginal women hold any weight in the eyes of the law?