Éric Duhaime woos Anglophones and introduces his candidate in D’Arcy-McGee

MONTREAL — Quebec Conservative Party (PCQ) leader Éric Duhaime was passing through an upscale Hampstead neighborhood on Thursday to introduce his new candidate, a former liberal activist who believes the PCQ is in the best position to defend the interests of the English-speaking community. Bonnie Feigenbaum is a staunch opponent of Bill 96, for whom … Read more

Welcome week: what’s it?

If I tell you Welcome week, she talks to you? you know the thing the ambassadors[rice]s talk all the time and that runs from August 29 to September 2, 2022! HAShhh finally tell you something. If you don’t know what to expect, follow me, I have extremely important information! O service of This year, activities … Read more

All the pieces will rely on the brand new variants and the immunological profile of the inhabitants.

QUEBEC CITY — Most Quebecers have hybrid immunity to COVID-19, but new variants this fall could cause a spike in cases and hospitalizations and even have a bigger impact than the arrival of Omicron if the mutation escapes hybrid immunity. This is what Quebec’s National Institute of Public Health (INSPQ) underlines Thursday from hypothetical scenarios … Read more

The Rouge et Or needs to draw extra viewers to PEPS

We’ve set ourselves the goal of doing everything we can to improve our fans’ experience on the pitch.Gilles D’Amboise, general manager of Rouge et Or football, said at the launch of the season on Thursday. Special Matches, Faculty Session Draw, Experience VIP on the sidelines: the leaders of the sports team want to put all … Read more

In Chicago, after segregation, segregation continues

Every morning, Richard Hunt goes to his workshop, located in an abandoned power plant north of Chicago. A makeshift heater tries to warm the atmosphere. At 86, with a white beard, the African-American artist is working on his latest creation, a sculpture that will be in the garden of the presidential library of Barack Obama, … Read more

Laurence Deschamps-Laporte: when artwork meets politics

How to instill passion for research in political science? Transporting the disciplines studied outside the walls of the University. This is the strategy used by professor of the Department of Political Science Laurence Deschamps-Laporte. In your classes, it will not be uncommon to hear about painters, musicians and even scientists. This allows you to clearly … Read more

Rouge et Or: “We intend to right the scenario”

After their worst season in more than 20 years, the Université Laval Rouge et Or football team aims to set the record this year. In 2021, Laval finished with a record of five wins and three losses. Glen Constantin’s troop was surprised by Sherbrooke, before losing both their regular season duels and the playoff game … Read more