Anglade shuffled up her shadow cabinet Friday morning, a move which indicates the Liberal Party is trying to regroup before the start of the new session. Continue reading
Quebec City Correspondent
Raquel Fletcher was born and raised in Saskatchewan, and is a graduate of the University of Regina School of Journalism.
After completing her degree, she spent five months working in Ghana, West Africa as a freelance writer/photographer and reporter with Skyy News Television Takoradi.
Fletcher has won two RTDNA awards – a 2013 national Dave Rogers short feature award for “Restored Memories” and a 2014 Prairie Region Dave Rogers long feature award for “Heroes and Builders.”
She has been an active volunteer with Journalists for Human Rights, speaks French and loves to travel.
She joined the Global Regina news team in January 2013 as a reporter and anchor before moving to Quebec City to take on the role as National Assembly correspondent.
When it comes to the spread of Covid-19 through aerosols, the Quebec government is not listening to industry experts, according to a Quebec air purifier manufacturer. Continue reading →
Quebec Premier François Legault has called for Ottawa to ban non-essential international travel in the name of public health, but it might not be as easy as that. Continue reading →
A good Samaritan is hoping to inspire others to support essential workers during this pandemic. The Mirabel man says a simple gesture can make a big difference. Continue reading →
In hindsight, vacationers to this tropical resort in the Dominican Republic regret their decision to travel during the Christmas break. Continue reading →
A committee of more than 30 experts has been studying the question since December and has finally released its report. Continue reading →
The Quebec government is being criticized for not using the rapid COVID-19 tests it has available. Some experts say the province could be doing a lot more screening. Continue reading →
Liberal Leader Dominique Anglade is calling for systematic testing in schools and workplaces that need to remain open during this most recent lockdown. Continue reading →
Quebec public health has unveiled a list of recommendations to limit the spread of COVID-19 in schools following a study on ventilation and airborne transmission of the virus. Continue reading →
COVID-19 affects young children less severely than older adults, but parents are still coping with the stress that their kids could be vectors of transmission. Continue reading →
Dominique Anglade was acclaimed leader of the Quebec Liberal Party in May. She looks back on her 2020. Continue reading →
The Liberal opposition said if Quebec bans Christmas gatherings, it is reneging on its side of the moral contract it proposed two weeks ago. Continue reading →
Opposition parties are still pushing the Quebec government to acknowledge that systemic racism exists and to adopt Joyce’s Principle. Continue reading →
Santa Claus won’t be visiting malls this year, but he will still be available on an app, developed in Montreal. This year two developers of apps for kids are celebrating their 10th anniversary. Continue reading →
Liberal leader Dominique Anglade claims the messages coming from the government and public health are confusing and she’s urging Quebec to postpone the elections. Continue reading →