The program, announced several weeks ago, will require most people entering Canada by air to quarantine for up to three days in an approved hotel, at their own expense.
Nearly a year into the health crisis, we still don’t have a clear picture of just how much harder COVID-19’s hitting racialized communities in Quebec.
While many have confidence in the baby steps being taken by their respective institutions, they say it’s going to take more involvement to make in-person classes a success.
CRARR’s director-general, Fo Niemi, says it’s far from the first issue that’s been reported in the region.
The school’s plans for a new building are not an attempt to welcome even more students, administrators say, but an attempt to catch up to the number they already have.
Some Uber and UberEats drivers say they feel police are focusing more on stopping them every night than nabbing rule-breakers who don’t have a legitimate reason to be outside.
As a lawyer, Kwadwo D. Yeboah says he’s aware of the proper protocols in situations like these, and says they weren’t followed.
Protesters joined sister demonstrations in cities around the world against the detention of opposition leader Alexei Navalny.
While few travel agents have made much commission in nearly a year, there have been trickles of business.
Sources at the school confirmed Yvan Trépanier had died after contracting the novel coronavirus.
The Life Saving Society recorded a stunning 95 deaths by drowning in 2020, compared to 58 in 2019.
Some said they were inspired to join the demonstration after Premier François Legault’s controversial remarks in rejecting calls to exempt the homeless from the curfew.
Getting your dog walked by a professional is not just a great investment in your animal’s health, but a service many pet owners find essential.
A new 30-second television spot ends with the stern message: ‘We have to follow all the rules, all the time, no exceptions.’
Floral shops aren’t the only surprises to be found on the vast lists of what is, and what is not, ‘essential’ during the pandemic’s second wave in Quebec.