On Nuns’ Island in Montreal, followers of the three faiths find common cause – and friendship – in helping Syrian refugees
Sep 23, 2016
International delegates hoping to raise $13-billion to replenish the Global Fund
Sep 16, 2016
Simon-Pierre Canuel, a customer who reportedly ordered beef tartare, was served salmon instead and was sent into anaphylactic shock
Sep 13, 2016
Conservative leadership candidate Maxime Bernier says he will fight to let Canadian producers freely export maple syrup
Sep 06, 2016
Trip to Games like a dream for Andre De Grasse’s mom; it was only four years ago that her son borrowed a pair of track spikes in high school to run in his first 100-metre race
Aug 19, 2016
Ovini Uera, from the Pacific island country of Nauru, has had to hold barbecues and knock on doors to raise money for training
Aug 17, 2016
“The problem is what you hear. There is no French during the competitions.”
Aug 15, 2016
Abel and Ware narrowly missed out on the podium in the synchronized event as well.
Aug 14, 2016
The Canadian women’s rowing eight had a blistering start but faded down the stretch
Aug 13, 2016
MacLennan, who was Canada’s flag-bearer at the Rio opening ceremonies, is no longer facing the pressure of bringing home the country’s first gold of the Games.
Aug 12, 2016
Ingrid Peritz has been a Montreal-based correspondent for The Globe and Mail since 1998. Her reporting on the plight of Canadians suffering from the damaging effects of the drug thalidomide helped victims obtain federal compensation and earned The Globe and Mail a National Newspaper Award, Canadian Journalism Foundation award, and the Michener Award for public service. The work also received the Judith-Jasmin special projects prize from the Fédération professionnelle des journalistes du Québec. Ingrid’s previous work received two NNA nominations.