Too early to rejoice despite a drop in cases

Even if Quebec reports 20% fewer new cases compared to the record set the day before, it is too early to rejoice according to an … Read more

249 new cases in Quebec, slight decrease compared to yesterday

After reaching a record of new infections the day before, Quebec observed a slight decrease in additional cases, with 249 new carriers of the virus. … Read more

COVID-19, the disaster announced | VAT News

On January 11, 2020, China announced the first death from COVID-19, in Wuhan, a megalopolis in the south of its territory where the disease was … Read more

Capitale-Nationale: the vaccine lands in RPAs

Sweet treats, apple must and balloons … There was a festive atmosphere on Saturday morning at the Manoir et Cours de l’Atrium in Charlesbourg which … Read more

The pandemic continues to hurt the owner of La Cage

The Sportscene group, which owns the La Cage restaurants in particular, recorded a sharp drop in its activities of 64.6% in the last quarter, as … Read more

Despite the vaccine, COVID will have a prolonged impact on health needs

The second wave of COVID-19 is worsening across the country. Operations and appointments have to be canceled again to deal with the situation. The hope … Read more

Real estate: the popularity of regions thanks to teleworking is confirmed

At a time when teleworking is now well established in the context of a pandemic, many city dwellers dream of settling in less densely populated … Read more

Lessons from the first wave not learned everywhere

CHSLDs and retirement homes (RPA) are struggling to implement the lessons of the first wave of COVID-19 in the spring in Quebec, while community transmission … Read more

COVID-19: Régis Labeaume believes that the containment measures will last beyond October 28

Régis Labeaume believes that the containment measures imposed by the Legault government will continue after October 28. The psychological effects on citizens will be extremely … Read more