Tick-borne pathogens increasingly widespread in Central Canada

Published: 17Nov2022

Tick-borne pathogens, known for causing illnesses such as Lyme disease, are on the rise in Central Canada – presenting new risks in areas where they were never previously detected....

Experts: 2022 Quebec election results

Published: 7Oct2022

François Legault has been elected for a second mandate as Quebec premier with a majority government. Addressing supporters at his campaign headquarters, Legault told a large crowd that some of his...

Experts: Forest fires and smog

Published: 28Jul2021

More than 130 forest fires were burning in northwestern Ontario on Sunday, July 25, with Environment Canada issuing air quality statements for much of the region due to smoke. (CBC News)...

Nurse practitioners bring big savings to long-term care facilities in Quebec

Published: 17Dec2020

Countries worldwide face challenges meeting the growing needs for long-term care services because of high costs. A study led by researchers from McGill University and Université du Québec en...

Experts: Wildfires in Quebec

Published: 23Jun2020

Quebec has gone from 13 forest fires on Saturday June 20 to 20 fires on Sunday, including one which is still out of control in Lac-Saint-Jean, and which is heading towards the Saguenay, already...

Montreal’s English dramatic tradition comes to life in showcase of free staged readings

12 Feb 2020

Audiences are invited to attend a series of free staged readings, which unearth plays from English Montreal’s not-so-distant past. The event will spotlight influential writers like Leonard Cohen,...

February 2 | World Wetlands Day: Fostering global biodiversity and mitigating climate change

Published: 31Jan2020

Though they make up less than 6% of Earth’s surface, wetlands burst with biodiversity and play a key role in cleaning waterways, preventing floods, and sequestering carbon. For World Wetlands Day...

Experts: Understanding the sexual exploitation of minors in Quebec

Published: 13Nov2019

A new commission is looking into the sexual exploitation of minors in Quebec. In November, the commission launched its public consultations in Quebec City to develop a better understanding of the...

Experts: Secularism Bill 21

Published: 8May2019

Legislative hearings into Quebec's secularism bill started yesterday and will run until May 16. Here's an expert from McGill University that can provide comment on that issue:


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