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COVID-19 in Quebec: What you need to know Thursday
The premier is scheduled to speak at 1 p.m. François Legault will most likely need to address comments from Canada's Indigenous services minister, who called on him to relax how curfew rules are applied to homeless people. Here's what you need to know.
Life after curfew for Montreal's homeless means lineups, fear of fines and few empty beds
After 8 p.m., when most of the city shuts down due to Quebec's COVID-19 curfew, many homeless people are still trying to find a place to stay. Here is a look at one night outside the city's overwhelmed shelters.
Point of View
The pandemic has pushed our health-care system to the brink. I see it every day as a nurse
It has been a challenging year for all of us in the health-care sector throughout Quebec. Many of us have put our personal health as well as that of our families in peril. The physical, mental and emotional burden of this sacrifice weighs heavily on each of us.
Feds push Legault to ease curfew rules, say homeless man's death in Montreal was avoidable
The federal government is adding it's voice to those calling on Premier François Legault to relax how curfew rules are applied to homeless people in Montreal, after a man froze to death this weekend outside a shelter.
From Westmount High to the White House, Kamala Harris is a local 'inspiration'
While the world watched the beginning of a new era for America on Wednesday, a Montreal school was cheering on one of their own as she made the historic step into her new role as vice-president of the United States.
Students among those most affected by pandemic's toll on mental health
Canucks overcome Tyler Toffoli hat trick, late deficit to down Canadiens in shootout
As Montreal's vaccination campaign for homeless people ramps up, questions remain about 2nd dose
James Cross, British diplomat who survived FLQ kidnapping, dead at 99
Joe Biden sworn in as 46th U.S president, calls on Americans to 'end this uncivil war'
Quebec to cover cost of recycling disposable masks from high schools
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Citing threat from COVID-19 variants, Quebec calls on Ottawa to ban vacation travel
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