Province of Canada

People protest Quebec's new Bill 21, which bans teachers, police, government lawyers and others in positions of authority from wearing religious symbols such as Muslim head coverings and Sikh turbans, in Montreal in June.Christinne Muschi/Reuters files
The president of a Quebec airline being sued by the family of a plane crash victim says he's going out of business after 40 years.
Unhappy with the federal government's response to the labour dispute at CN, the Union des producteurs agricoles (UPA) plans to carry its message forward by demonstrating Monday morning in front of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's riding office.
Workers say they are fighting to end dangerous work conditions and excessively long hours.
The federal government says it wants the strike to end "as soon as possible" but won't force workers back to work yet.
The mythical 7-foot-long box of beer was last sold in Quebec during the 2017 holidays, but will now be sold in 15 states across the US.
The premier says he's concerned about a lack of access to Quebec-made products on Amazon.
Johnson & Johnson's Remicade, a blockbuster drug that treats autoimmune disorders, has steadily lost market share among patients enrolled in the Canadian province of Quebec's public drug program, even after a court ruling reinstated full coverage in January, a Reuters analysis of government data...
Montreal-based artificial intelligence provider Stradigi AI has closed a $53 million CAD in Series A funding round.
Montreal-based Element AI has entered into a strategic relationship with Japanese automotive company Aisin Seiki Co Inc said on Friday it plans to open its first fulfillment center in Quebec next year and expects to employ more than 300 full-time workers.
Amazon has announced it plans to open its first fulfillment centre in Quebec. The warehouse will be located in Montreal's Lachine borough and the e-commerce giant says it expects the facility to create 300 full-time jobs.
Quebec and Ontario have consistently outperformed Alberta during the last four years, but Alberta hasn't received any equalization payments
Growers say the province is "going against the objective of legalization" by raising the legal age to 21.
Cities will be allowed to create their own laws for open consumption.
Bottom line: the election allows the country's two defined regions to be tails that can wag the dog but also to be played off against one another
Making progress means making (sometimes devastating) mistakes. And then learning from them.
Embattled Canadian leader Justin Trudeau came under fire for the development of a controversial oil pipeline in the final election TV debate dominated by environmental issues.
OTTAWA -- An Ontario shipyard is ending its bid to have a trade tribunal determine whether the federal government's plan to add a third shipyard to Canada's
Ten startups have received a combined $500,000 from the Canada Economic Development for Québec Regions' Fast Forward Challenge.