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Cree Health Board calls for careful viewing of popular drama 13 Reasons Why – CBC

Critics say show offers irresponsible portrayal of teen suicide May 18, 2017 Health officials in the James Bay region of Quebec have added their voices to the criticism of the Netflix series 13 Reasons Why. The show is a fictional series about the suicide of a young woman, Hannah Baker, and is based on a […]

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Time for celebration? Mohawks reflect on Montreal’s 375th anniversary – CBC

Scholar Gage Diabo, Chief Christine Zachary-Deom, artist Ellen Gabriel share their perspecti May 17, 2017 ves As Montreal turns 375 today, Mohawks are wrestling with how to approach a multimillion dollar celebration of the founding of a city on their unceded ancestral land. “There’s still the part of me that’s cynical, that looks at it […]

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Montreal church bells ring out to celebrate city’s 375th birthday – CP

Source: The Canadian Press May 17, 2017 MONTREAL _ Church bells rang out across Montreal on Wednesday morning as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Premier Philippe Couillard helped celebrate the city’s 375th birthday. The bells chimed for several minutes ahead of a mass at the Notre-Dame Basilica attended by Trudeau, Couillard, Mayor Denis Coderre and several hundred […]

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Meet McGill University Honorary Doctorates 2017 – The Suburban

May 14, 2017 Each year McGill University proudly confers honorary degrees to highly talented and engaged individuals who serve as an inspiration for the community of students, professors, researchers and staff. This year, McGill will honour two Nobel prizes winners, Arthur McDonald and Paul Nurse, and two former prime ministers of Canada, the Right Honourable […]

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Inuk case worker on the job again at Montreal shelter – NunatsiaqOnline

May 16, 2017 Montreal study shows 10 per cent of homeless are Aboriginal, half of those Inuit MONTREAL—The Arctic char was out on trays on the counter, while Chantale Verreault poured out flour for the bannock with the help of one of her clients. The weekly Inuit collective kitchen at Montreal’s Chez Doris women’s shelter, […]

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Montreal 375: Rich history reaches back far before city’s founding – Montreal Gazette

May 16, 2017 Three hundred and seventy five years ago, French proselytizers founded Montreal. But Montreal Island’s history dates back thousands of years before that first mission. To paint a portrait of life here before 1642, we spoke to Louise Pothier, head archeologist at the Pointe-à-Callière Museum, and Gavin Taylor, a senior lecturer in Concordia […]

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Eight stories in the news today, May 16 – CP

Source: The Canadian Press May 16, 2017 Eight stories in the news for Tuesday, May 16 ___ JAGMEET SINGH JOINS RACE FOR NDP LEADERSHIP Jagmeet Singh has launched his bid to leap from provincial politics to head the federal New Democrats. If he is successful, he’d be the first non-Caucasian to helm a major federal party. Singh […]

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CRTC says wireless companies must be able to send emergency alerts – CP

Source: The Canadian Press May 14, 2017 8:55 By Rob Drinkwater THE CANADIAN PRESS Canada’s telecom regulator says all wireless service providers must be able to send emergency alerts to customers’ cellphones, and has set a deadline for it to happen. The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission has ordered that by April, 6, 2018, everyone on an LTE […]

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A look at the federal dollar figures behind natural disasters over the years – CP

Source: The Canadian Press May 11, 2017  OTTAWA _ The federal government has been spending steadily more on natural disaster assistance since 1970, according to a recent review of payments under the Disaster Financial Assistance Arrangements program. The numbers: $10 million: Average annual cost of Disaster Financial Assistance Arrangements (DFAA) between 1970 and 1995. $110 million: Average […]

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Beyond the grocery store: Feeding Québec’s Far North – Life in Québec

This article first appeared in the March 2017 issue of Life in Québec Magazine. Life in Quebec Magazine is a lifestyle publication covering Quebec and is published 4 times per year. Subscribers have their copies mailed directly to them. You can support Life in Québec Magazine by subscribing here – join the club and have […]

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