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Uber Is Calling It Quits in Quebec, Canada

Uber Is Calling It Quits in Quebec, Canada

As Uber battles against a decision to strip the company of its London license.
Uber Is Calling It Quits in Quebec, Canada

Uber Is Calling It Quits in Quebec, Canada

As Uber battles against a decision to strip the company of its London license.

Quebec’s liquor board to control legal weed sales

Quebec plans to sell recreational cannabis through the province’s liquor board, and will set the minimum legal age to buy and consume it at 18 years old, according to news reports published on Friday.

Quebec man sentenced to nine years in prison for attempting to join ISIS

A 29-year-old Quebec man was sentenced to nine years in prison on Friday after he was found guilty of attempting to join Islamic State militants abroad in Syria. Ismael Habib was the first adult in

Quebec’s burqa-banning bill is on track to become law

Legislation in Quebec that would ban government employees from wearing religious face veils on the job is set for a final vote in the provincial legislature this month, and will almost certainly

Inmates accused of running international fentanyl trafficking ring from a Quebec prison

Two men orchestrated an international fentanyl trafficking ring involving dealers in the U.S. and China from a prison in Quebec, according to newly released U.S. court documents that outline the
Quebec just banned face veils for people receiving government services

Quebec just banned face veils for people receiving government services

Quebec has become the first jurisdiction in North America to institute a so-called “burqua ban,” prohibiting government employees and any citizen using public services from wearing a face veil.

Quebec passes North America’s first ‘burqa ban’

Canada’s French-speaking province of Quebec has passed a law that will restrict people from performing or receiving public services while covering their face. Proponents of the law say it is grounded

Quebec clarifies ‘burqa ban’: Veils allowed on buses but drivers must see faces first

People in Quebec will still be able to ride the bus, walk around on campus, or take a stroll in a public park with their faces veiled, the provincial government clarified on Tuesday, following the

New Brunswick hands liquor board control over recreational cannabis sales

New Brunswick announced on Wednesday that the province’s liquor board will control sales of recreational cannabis through standalone storefronts when the market opens by next summer. It’s the second
Judge Says ‘Overweight’ Teenage Sexual Assault Victim Was Probably ‘Flattered’ by the Attention From Her Assailant

Judge Says ‘Overweight’ Teenage Sexual Assault Victim Was Probably ‘Flattered’ by the Attention From Her Assailant

If you have ever questioned why some women choose not to come forward when they have been sexually assaulted or harassed, here is an example that may help you understand it a little better. A judge in
Justin Trudeau explains why Canada really ‘gets’ AI and smart cities

Justin Trudeau explains why Canada really ‘gets’ AI and smart cities

At Google’s Go North event today in Toronto, which features a slate of speakers focused primarily on artificial intelligence, Alphabet chairman Eric Schmidt spoke to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau (and
Canada groups launch court challenge to Quebec's face-covering ban

Canada groups launch court challenge to Quebec's face-covering ban

Muslim and civil rights organizations say measure discriminates against Muslim women and violates provincial and national constitutionsTwo Canadian groups have asked a court to overturn a new Quebec

Cops are chasing Hells Angels out of bars in Quebec

Amid a massive Hells Angels comeback in Quebec, bikers are flooding bars in Montreal, putting pressure on owners who are scared to kick them out, French media reports. Enter Operation Synergy — a
Paradise Papers reveal cozy relationship between Stubhub and Canadian botmaster/scalper kingpin

Paradise Papers reveal cozy relationship between Stubhub and Canadian botmaster/scalper kingpin

The Paradise Papers continue to expose the economically useless activity that late-stage capitalism rewards with titanic sums of money: today, it's the story of Julien Lavallée, a botmaster
Lyft to drive into Canada in first international foray

Lyft to drive into Canada in first international foray

Filed under: Green Going into Toronto as Uber opts out of Quebec.Continue reading Lyft to drive into Canada in first international foray Lyft to drive into Canada in first

Quebec judge temporarily suspends province’s ‘burqa ban’

A Quebec judge on Friday temporarily suspended part of the province’s new religious neutrality law that prohibits anyone who covers their face from accessing or providing basic public services such as
Judge suspends part of Quebec's face-covering ban

Judge suspends part of Quebec's face-covering ban

The law, which opponents say targets Muslim women, has been put on hold until guidelines and exemptions are enactedA Canadian judge has suspended part of a Quebec law banning people from wearing

Dash Through the Snow in Style on These Luxury Sleigh Rides

Experience peak powder season by dashing through the snow on a sleigh through one of the world's winter wonderlands.
SHAVER: Health care by credit card

SHAVER: Health care by credit card

DR. CHARLES SHAVER, SPECIAL TO THE TOROTNO SUN Imagine this situation: You decide to take your family on a road trip to the west coast. Enroute, your daughter becomes unexpectedly very ill. The doctor