Here’s how to take advantage of free avocados delivered to your home if you live in one of these 3 cities in Quebec!

As part of the very first partnership between the application and grocery delivery service Cornershop and Avocados from Mexico (Avocados from Mexico), residents of five large Canadian cities (including three in Quebec) will now be able to benefit from exclusive discounts on avocados delivered directly to your home. With a promotion starting yesterday – and … Read more

Access to education for Listuguj students is limited by Quebec, reiterates Cardy

It was the government of New Brunswick that ended, on October 8, the agreement that allowed residents of Pointe-à-la-Croix and the Listuguj First Nation to cross the border between the two provinces. Only essential travel is now permitted. The 103 Listuguj students who attended Sugarloaf High School in Campbellton are now receiving distance education as … Read more

[EN DIRECT] The latest developments on COVID-19

Whether in Quebec or elsewhere on the planet, the COVID-19 pandemic has been disrupting our lives for several months. Here you will find all the news throughout the day related to this crisis affecting the population, governments and the economy. LAST REPORT 7:15 PLANETARY Case: 29 893 298 Dead: 941 345 Restored: 20 335 410 … Read more

The “ready to cook”: a winning recipe in the midst of a pandemic

Quebecers’ appetite for “ready-to-cook” boxes has reached record levels since the start of the pandemic, according to the latest figures from four well-established companies in the market. In a few months, the Quebec company Cook it saw its number of subscribers increase from 10,000 to 33,000. It had to hire no less than 300 new … Read more

Suicide prevention strategy: Quebec called on to relaunch work

Every day, in Quebec, three people die by suicide and the highest number of victims is observed among people between 50 and 64 years old. In Canada, ten people kill themselves a day and according to the Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention, up to 200 more try to do so. Tighten the safety net September … Read more

A public health squad deployed in a retirement home in Quebec

New outbreak of COVID-19 cases in Quebec: the Public Health Department of the CIUSSS de la Capitale-Nationale on Sunday ordered an immediate ban on visits and outings except for medical reasons for all users and visitors of the private seniors’ residence ( RPA) Place Alexandra. • Read also: 70% increase in the number of cases … Read more

The common cold could protect against the seasonal flu

If catching a cold is unpleasant for everyone, it could be useful for those affected by protecting them against the seasonal flu. • Read also: Up to 100 times more cases for the 2nd wave? • Read also: To buy vaccines, poor countries crushed by rich countries This is the main conclusion that emerges from … Read more

A public health squad deployed in a retirement home in Quebec

New outbreak of COVID-19 cases in Quebec: the Public Health Department of the CIUSSS de la Capitale-Nationale ordered, Sunday, an immediate ban on visits and outings, except for medical reasons, for all users and visitors to the private residence for seniors (RPA) Place Alexandra. • Read also: COVID-19: 70% increase in the number of cases … Read more

Death of a Quebec jigging “magician”

Clément Grenier, one of the members of the Frères Grenier, a group of jiggers from Beauce very active on the Quebec cultural scene for decades, died at the end of the week. “My father was the Canadian and Quebecois jig champion. He was much loved by a certain clientele. He is a great figure in … Read more

Workplace accident in Dorval: a tugboat seriously injured to the head

A tugboat was seriously injured on the head Friday morning during a routine towing operation in Dorval, on the west island of Montreal. The work accident occurred around 8:30 a.m. on Highway 520. Police officers from the Sûreté du Québec (SQ) were called to the scene for a broken down vehicle. A tug therefore arrived … Read more