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Canadian Farmer’s Almanac Winter Forecast Predictions — Are You Ready?

The Canadian Farmer’s Almanac winter forecast for the 2020 – 2021 season is here, and, depending on where you live, you might not like what it says. Coined the “winter of great divide,” here in Montreal, we can expect average temperatures, which is great. But, along with those, we will have “periodic shots of bitter […]

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Land Expropriations Rose By 580% When Montreal Gave Bureaucrats Power

Private land seizures in 2016 went up by 580% and this was all done very quietly when the Denis Coderre administration transferred power to bureaucrats. Land expropriations are common everywhere as the city needs to build roads and lanes and such, but not like this. Any real estate transactions with city departments required approval from […]

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If You Were at a Latin Dance Event Recently, Get Tested For COVID-19

According to Montreal’s regional public health director, if you or someone you know was at a Latin dance event, indoors or out in the last two weeks, get a COVID test immediately. That’s because, at least 3 people contacted the virus at one of these events since July 31. More particularly, two of the three […]

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Montreal Bike Paths & The Ongoing War Against Cars – This Time It’s NDG

While most people will agree that bike paths are a good thing, they also know that many do create problems, like the one along Terrebonne Avenue in NDG. The major issue is the elimination of parking spots. This path that was created just 2 months ago removed parking spots. So, that left residents who rely […]

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Police Bust Illegal House Party By Using Technology | Video

Amid the pandemic, some people still think it’s okay to gather in huge numbers and have a great time. This is happening even though COVID-19 has claimed about 800,000 lives worldwide. Because it is illegal to hold huge gatherings, Police are using technology to fight back. This particular party took place in a city in […]

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COVID-19 in Quebec — Young Montrealer Dies

The latest COVID-19 news in Quebec. Yesterday, there were 86 new COVID-19 cases and one death. However, the day before, there were under 50 cases reported. A 19-year-old Montrealer died, becoming the first victim under the age of 20 to die in Quebec since the beginning of the pandemic. His name: Don Béni Kabangu Nsapu. […]

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English Is Up In Montreal, So CAQ Proposes French-Only Businesses

There was a language survey in the province, and it didn’t go as well as some would have hoped. Now, Bill 101 might be expanded to companies that are federally regulated! Employers are seemingly asking for English proficiency with new hires, especially in Montreal. And that has made the CAQ very nervous — so nervous […]

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‘Next Generation’ Schools In Quebec Coming Sooner Than Planned

What exactly are ‘next generation’ schools? Quebec is stepping up its construction projects of those newer schools, expecting to begin building them this year. The Quebec government has set a budget of $3.7 billion for these ‘new generation’ schools. Read also: Parents Demand Online Schooling In A Letter To Quebec Education Minister But, for now, […]

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COVID-19 Latest News In A Nutshell

COVID-19 has affected every part of our lives, and as it evolves, it continues to change the way we live our lives. There’s so much going on, it’s almost impossible to keep track of the news around the pandemic, but here’s the latest news on COVID-19: Canadian Football season cancelled Quebec reports 46 new cases […]

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CAQ Plans For A Second Wave Of COVID-19

A second wave of COVID-19 in Quebec is possible and the provincial government released its plans. Preparations will be in place by the end of September to ensure health and social services will be in place. Clearly, after what happened in the first wave, they have the experience now to set priorities for the future. […]