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Future college students call Bill 96's cap on English CEGEP enrollment 'unfair'
Some francophone students say they should be able to choose the language of the CEGEP they attend. But others say they are concerned about the future of the French language. The CAQ government has tabled a language law that would put a cap on enrolment at English CEGEPs.
Quebec seeks to change Canadian Constitution, make sweeping changes to language laws with new bill
The Quebec government has tabled a bill that seeks to change the Canadian Constitution to include a specific clause reiterating the Quebec nation's French-language rights. The proposed legislation comes after a number of studies found that the French language is in decline in the province.
COVID-19 in Quebec: What you need to know on Thursday
Vaccine appointments have opened up to Quebecers aged 18 and up. Also, the province has now administered more than four million vaccine shots, but starting today, the AstraZeneca-Oxford vaccine will not be administered as a first dose. Here's what you need to know.
Why the Kahnawake Peacekeepers are giving $10 to youth for following COVID-19 measures
The Kahnawake Peacekeepers are rewarding youth they observe setting a good example by wearing masks, physical distancing, and respecting the community’s public health measures, with $10 gift certificates to local businesses.
'I told her often I loved her,' Joyce Echaquan's husband tells inquest into her death at Quebec hospital
A Quebec coroner began a three-week investigation into the death of Joyce Echaquan, the Atikamekw woman who died in September 2020 after posting a video of nurses mocking her at a hospital in Joliette, Que.
Mackwisiwin, ‘strength’: remembering Joyce Echaquan
Quebec halts 1st doses of AstraZeneca vaccine, keeps future supply for 2nd only
Greyhound Canada shutting down all bus service permanently
NHL announces Stanley Cup playoffs schedule, North Division last to begin
'He died for nothing': Paramedic's family takes Quebec to court after ambulance was too late to save him
This National Nursing Week, we need more than supportive tweets and well wishes
Canada reports 28 cases of rare blood clots following AstraZeneca vaccinations
In Montreal's LaSalle borough, community groups aim to spread the word on vaccines
Quebecers who got AstraZeneca shot left in limbo as other provinces put vaccine on hold
Report calls pandemic response, preparedness ‘Chornobyl of the 21st century’
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