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Flourishing ice-fishing village near Val-d’Or helps raise funds for brain injury survivors

René Corriveau, who suffered from his own brain trauma in 1993, put his skills and energy into managing ice-fishing shacks…

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They’re known for having sheltered Edward Snowden. Now settled in Montreal, this family looks to the future

It’s been four months since the family that helped shelter whistleblower Edward Snowden in Hong Kong arrived in Montreal after Canada…

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Staffing still Achilles heel of Quebec’s fragile network of long-term care homes

Quebec hospitals have so far borne the brunt of the Omicron wave, but the province’s long-term care homes are also dealing…

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Quebec musician Karim Ouellet, Juno award winner, dies at 37

Quebec City musician Karim Ouellet, a Juno award winner and Félix award nominee who broke through with his heartfelt 2012 hit…

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Quebec hospitals to start administering new Pfizer drug to high-risk COVID-19 patients

Quebec will receive 6,300 treatments of the sought-after antiviral drug Paxlovid, but that’s not enough to ease the burden that the…

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Montreal residents, politicians rejoice after court rules against animal rendering plant

Superior Court Justice Chantal Masse recently found Sanimax violated municipal environmental regulations, ruling that odours constitute pollution, and it’s legitimate to want to…

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Requiring vaccine passports to shop at big-box stores hurts those on Quebec’s margins, critics warn

Quebec Premier François Legault said last week the measure will only apply to large-surface stores as they are well-staffed and…

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4-year-old girl dies of COVID-19 in Quebec City

The Université Laval hospital network confirmed the child’s death in a news release Monday but is sharing no further details, citing…

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Multi-vehicle accidents trigger road closures as winter storm pummels Quebec

With a major snowstorm continuing to batter regions across Quebec, provincial police say there have been many accidents, including pileups involving…

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Quebec calls on bureaucrats to work in hospitals amid staffing shortage

Bureaucrats are being asked to opt-in to work in a hospital setting as service aides, taking over non-medical tasks normally…

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