5 Record Breaking Gemstones Even Billionaires Can’t Buy

As Elizabeth Taylor once said: “I adore wearing gems, but not because they are mine. You can’t possess radiance, you can only admire it.” It’s a good philosophy, because when it comes... Read more »

Snowbank For Sale

Tired of the snow piling up in front of his business, the owner of a car dealership in Beauharnois, Montérégie, simply decided to put up for sale the imposing snow bank. The... Read more »

Michelle Obama set to visit Montreal

A few months after the frenzy caused by the presence of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton in Montreal, it’s Michelle Obama’s turn to visit the city on Monday. The Board of Trade... Read more »

12-year-old boy dies of carbon monoxide poisoning

A 12-year-old boy died on Sunday after being exposed to carbon monoxide in an apartment in the city of Airdrie, Alberta. An emergency team arrived at a housing building on Willowbrook Road... Read more »

WestJet pilots’ union files complaint over airline’s recruitment for discount carrier Swoop

The union representing WestJet and WestJet Encore pilots has filed an unfair labor practice complaint about Swoop’s pilot recruiting campaign, the new low-cost banner to take off in June. The International Airline... Read more »

Verbal jousting between Justin Trudeau and anti-oil protesters

The Prime Minister repeatedly defended criticism from anti-oil protesters during his public hearing on Friday in Nanaimo, British Columbia. The protesters denounced, among other things, the Prime Minister’s support for the Trans... Read more »

A Facebook page of the Government of Quebec raises eyebrows

If you see the content of the Facebook page Political News Quebec, know that it comes from the parliamentary wing of the Liberal Party of Quebec. At first glance, however, the source... Read more »

Fisherman Missing At Sea in NS: Hope dwindles

Authorities have little hope of finding the captain of a fishing vessel that ran aground near the northeastern coast of Nova Scotia alive on Tuesday. The captain refused to leave his boat,... Read more »

Karina Gould to become the first minister to take maternity leave

Minister of Democratic Institutions Karina Gould is preparing to become the first federal minister in history to take maternity leave. Ms. Gould is expecting her first child in March and will remain... Read more »

Franglais does not weaken French, according to a study from the University of Ottawa

The use of Franglais can cringe some purists of the French language, but a study shows that it has no negative effect on the language. Shana Poplack, the professor who runs a... Read more »