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3 simple tips for a safe back to school for your kid

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Three  simple tips for a safe back to school for your kid When the COVID-19 pandemic started, children had to do online school to complete their school year, but now that Quebec flattened its COVID-19 curve, and that children statistically transmit the virus less than adults, the government has opted for an in-person back-to-school. Here […]

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4 things you need to know about the Tik Tok ban

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4 things you need to know about the Tik Tok ban Earlier this week, United States President Donald Trump announced that he wanted to “ban” the popular social media app “Tik Tok” based on personal data privacy issues. We break down this potential ban to understand it better. 1. There is doubt regarding Donald J. […]

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Why should you be concerned about the WE Charity scandal?

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Why should you be concerned about the WE Charity scandal? A few months ago, Justin Trudeau announced that students who volunteer during the Covid-19 pandemic would be eligible to receive a student service grant of 1000$ to 5000$ depending on the hours of volunteer work. WE Charity, an international charity and educational partner, is administering […]

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New wave of sexual harassment charges in Quebec

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New wave of sexual harassment charges in Quebec In the past few days, a new wave of accusations of sexual harassment (similar to the #metoo movement) has emerged within the Quebec artistic community. While the Quebec cultural community has been criticized in the past, this wave seems different with immediate results and consequences. Host and […]

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Is the Legault government’s position on systemic racism contradictory?

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Is the Legault government’s position on systemic racism contradictory? Recently, an important debate on systemic racism has surfaced in Quebec. At the federal level, the Prime Minister indicates that we have a systemic discrimination problem in Canada. However, at the provincial level, it seems that François Legault is trying to play both sides by admitting […]

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Are we on the verge of a revolution?

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Are we on the verge of a revolution? In light of recent events, such as George Floyd’s murder, the Black Lives Matter movement has seen its support increase massively in the past few weeks. In fact, much more allies have recently joined this movement to fight against racism and police brutality towards the black community. […]

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5 ways you can help during the COVID-19 pandemic

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Five ways you can help during the COVID-19 pandemic It’s important to help one another during these difficult times. Here are 5 ways Canadians can do their part and help during the COVID-19 pandemic. 1. Donate suppliesEssential workers, such as medical personnel, pharmacy workers, and grocery stores’ employees, are on the front lines of the […]

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How the pandemic is affecting abortion services in Canada

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How the pandemic is affecting abortion services in Canada With the current pandemic, governments all around the globe are banning non-essential services, in hopes of slowing down the spread of the Covid-19 virus. Although the Canadian government assured us that abortion services are essential and will remain open, it is being restricted in more and […]

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Our guide on the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada

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Our guide on the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) identified the COVID-19 virus as a pandemic. It was in December 2019 that the WHO was alerted for an increase in cases of pneumonia caused by this new virus, in Wuhan, China. Since December, this virus has spread […]

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5 positive news that happened in 2019

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5 positive news that happened in 2019 1. Canada bans the captivity and the breeding of dolphins and whalesIt is in 2019 that Canada finally ends the captivity and the breeding of dolphins and whales for entertainment purposes. Marineland Park and the Vancouver Aquarium now have to change their practices in compliance with Law S-203. […]