Marcela Gomez lived in constant fear in Colombia before ending up in Sherbrooke five years ago. She had to go on the run for a year and a half after her daughter’s father denounced the position of a commander of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), the main communistContinue Reading

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“I think that Quebec can make its own decisions.” It is in these terms that the Quebec Minister of Justice, Sonia LeBel, welcomed the brief of the federal government lawyers filed in the Quebec Court of Appeal regarding of the 99 law on self-determination. C ette law was adopted byContinue Reading

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The Coalition avenir Quebec (CAQ) tabled its long-awaited bill Thursday on secularism of the state. Some people criticize the government for reopening a sensitive debate that divides Quebeckers, whereas Prime Minister François Legault believes that the issue must be settled once and for all. Immigration Minister Simon Jolin-Barrette, who isContinue Reading

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OTTAWA – Once again, the opposition in Ottawa is putting the job back on the book. On Tuesday afternoon, the Conservatives and New Democrats were trying to keep the SNC-Lavalin affair alive in the access to information, privacy and ethics committee. The opposition was seeking to call the two formerContinue Reading

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The Levis mosque received a letter of intimidation on Thursday in its mailbox. A complaint to the police of Lévis was filed and an investigation was opened. The letter, addressed to a certain Mohamed and written from newspaper cuttings, said: “Do not talk anymore, do not criticize, keep on prayingContinue Reading

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OTTAWA – Maxime Bernier accuses Justin Trudeau of “shamefully exploiting” the March 15th killings in two mosques in New Zealand. “Trudeau has been shamefully exploiting the NZ massacre for more than a week. The media find it normal. In the meantime, there have been terrorist attacks or plots in Italy,Continue Reading

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The young Pequistes who threatened to slam the door rallied on Saturday at the National Council of the Parti Québécois (PQ) in Trois-Rivières: they managed to get an extraordinary congress in November. The impatient members who demanded a profound transformation of the sovereignist formation have weighed all their weight toContinue Reading

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The representatives of the youth movement that works for the fight against climate change have not managed to obtain the commitments they wanted from the Minister of the Environment, Benoit Charette. The collective La planète s’invite à l’Université came out unsatisfied, Friday afternoon, of its first contact with the minister.Continue Reading

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For Ontario Premier Doug Ford, journalists working in traditional media have become irrelevant because social media allows him to speak directly to voters. At a conference of conservative theorists, strategists and politicians, Ford added that “journalists are losing the battle” to inform the public. Ford has also accused journalists ofContinue Reading

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Quebec’s drinking water is available in abundance, but with climate change and pollution, it must be protected. That is why the Québec government is launching a new “Québec Strategy for Drinking Water Conservation 2019-2025”, whose key objective is to reduce drinking water consumption in Quebec by 20%. But without sayingContinue Reading

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