Here’s how the new mayor and her Projet Montréal administration is doing so far.
An 87-year tradition falls victim to climate change (before a skater or worker falls through the ice).
The PQ and CAQ reject the use of the term in a government proposal, and their reasoning is pretty telling.
For the first time in 23 years, Montrealers have wrested control from the oligarchs and put it in the hands of a political party.
Polls suggest Valérie Plante could “plante” Coderre in the mayoral election on Sunday. Here’s why that would be best for the city.
Under Bill 62, Catholic children could be refused a day off if, for example, Christmas occurs outside the Christmas holidays or Good Friday takes place on a Tuesday.
Pulling a page from the Trump handbook, the Liberals’ latest move normalizes discrimination.
As a municipal election approaches, we look back at the Mayor’s promises, priorities and dead-end policies.
Half of Quebec’s Liberal MNAs — including half the provincial cabinet — don’t live in the ridings they represent in the National Assembly.
Over 4,000 protestors from all over the province formed a human chain around parliament on Wednesday.