Nursing schools issue national apology to Indigenous people

2023-12-11 21:08:54 The Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing (CASN) expresses its deep regret and apologizes to First Nations, Inuit and Métis people for past and present harms related to nursing education. These wrongs were perpetrated by systemic racism and lack of integration of Indigenous perspectives into nursing curricularecognizes the association which serves as the … Read more

Abuse of Temporary Foreign Workers in Quebec: CNESST’s Actions and Safety Measures

2023-12-13 09:00:00 Denunciations of abuse experienced by temporary foreign workers led the Commission for Standards, Equity, Health and Safety at Work (CNESST) to issue 97 violations to 11 companies in 2023. This information was revealed Tuesday by the President and CEO of the CNESST, Manuelle Oudar, during a press conference in Quebec City accompanied by … Read more

Unlocking Cole Caufield’s Scoring Potential: Adapting to New Challenges

2023-12-13 09:00:00 Since he has been at the helm of the Canadiens, Martin St-Louis has often repeated that he will not teach Cole Caufield to count goals, and that a scorer like him never forgets how to shoot. Instead, he wants to polish the rest of his game to make Caufield a more complete player. … Read more

More than 3,000 appointments postponed in Quebec hospitals due to the strike | Strikes in the public sector in Quebec

2023-12-11 21:45:57 A strike rarely goes smoothly; Hospital users have been witnessing this for several weeks. The third sequence of walkouts by healthcare professionals results in the postponement of more than 3,000 non-urgent appointments and at least 200 surgeries at the University Hospital Center (CHU) of Quebec. We want to reassure the population that urgent … Read more

Justin Trudeau Supports Lasting Ceasefire Efforts in Gaza: Canada’s Two-State Solution Stance

2023-12-12 19:15:16 The Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau, who has until now pleaded for a humanitarian truce in the Gaza Strip, finally says he supports the efforts of the international community for “a lasting ceasefire”. We hope that the cessation of hostilities will be restored and we support the urgent efforts of the international … Read more

Struggle for 1.5°C: Unconvincing Text at COP28 Misses the Mark

2023-12-12 00:34:36 The final COP28 negotiations continue without interruption during the night from Monday to Tuesday around the compromise proposed by the Emirati president, widely rejected by the countries for his lack of ambition on the exit from fossil fuels. This is the last COP where we will have the chance to keep 1.5°C alive … Read more

Future of CBC/Radio-Canada: Expert Committee to Ensure Sustainability

2023-12-11 05:00:40 The federal government will set up, in the coming months, a committee of experts to “reflect on the future” of CBC/Radio-Canada and ensure the “sustainability” of the public broadcaster. This was announced by the Minister of Canadian Heritage, Pascale St-Onge, in an interview with Everybody talks about it this Sunday, invited to react … Read more

Murder of Quebec Businessman and Wife in Dominica: Suspects Charged and Trial Details

2023-12-06 16:08:32 Five days after the discovery of the bodies of Quebec businessman and philanthropist Daniel Langlois and his wife, two suspects appeared in court in Roseau in Dominica, a small Caribbean island. Jonathan Lehrer and Robert Snyder, two American citizens, were formally charged with the murders of Daniel Langlois and Dominique Marchand. The two … Read more