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“The Good Room” by Artist Estée Preda
A selection of work from artist Estée Preda’s recent solo exhibition. “The Good Room” explores the sacredness of home, those special places where the most beautiful objects are cherished and rituals
Quebec Lures Cryptocurrency Miners as China Sours on Industry
Cheap and abundant electricity, cold weather and a stable political climate are making the Canadian province attractive to bitcoin mining operators.
The Strange, Sad Story of the Last Woman Executed in Canada
More than half a century after a bomb on a plane killed nearly two dozen people near the St. Lawrence River, the evidence that condemned Marguerite Pitre to hang remains pretty flimsy.
Quebec community rallies for mosque attack hero: 'He sacrificed his legs for us'
Aymen Derbali faced a gunman so others could escape, and was left paralyzed – but as the shooting’s anniversary nears, he has no regretsWhen gunfire erupted in his mosque in Quebec City, Aymen
An 18-Year-Old Was Shot in the Head by Police During Courtroom Brawl
The condition of the young man is unknown, according to Quebec’s independent investigations bureau.
Montreal for lovers, foodies
DONNA DONALDSON No place in Canada says romance like Montreal. So, why not surprise your significant other this Valentine’s Day with a whirlwind getaway to enjoy some of the city’s amorous
'Hundreds' of Crypto Miners Said to Be Descending on Quebec
Hydro-Quebec may charge an industry-specific rate to crypto mining farms to deal with overwhelming demand for Quebec's cheap energy resources.
Bitcoin miners turn Quebec's cheap energy into cold cash
Bitcoin mining is a weird industry. Vast banks of dedicated computers solve complex equations to generate hashes worth a fraction of a coin, consuming huge amounts of power in the process. For such
Gorgeous Branding for VERT: High End Cannabis Products
Canadian design agency L’Eloi partnered with GRDN Studio to create the beautiful new identity for high end Quebecois Cannabis producer VERT. (...) Read More about Gorgeous Branding for VERT: High End
Justin Trudeau Approval Rating Now Below President Trump as Right Wing Parties Surge In Canada
The popularity of Canadian Liberal Party Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is on a steady decline as his approval ratings have fallen below U.S. President Trump in polls as right-wing parties surge across
Canadian Coke Smuggler Tells Court She Was Recruited by Her Sugar Daddy
She also said she did it for social media “likes.”
Quebec Pushes Hydropower Utility to Halt New Bitcoin Mines
Quebec is temporarily suspending new cryptomining operations from setting up facilities in its low-cost power region.
Canadian student pleads guilty to mass shooting that killed six at mosque
Alexandre Bissonnette told a court that he wanted to change his previous plea of not guilty for attack at Quebec City Islamic centerA former Canadian university student has pleaded guilty to killing
Would you take £1m now, or £1,000 a week for the rest of your life? | Hannah Jane Parkinson
A Canadian teenager didn’t just win the lottery, she got to choose how she was paid. Which presents a dilemma …It’s a nice dilemma to have, and quietly devastating for the rest of us who will probably
Canada mosque shooter says he was motivated by Trudeau welcoming refugees
Alexandre Bissonnette, who pleaded guilty to killing six in Quebec attack, cites prime minister’s comments following Trump’s travel banThe man who shot and killed six men at a Canadian mosque told
Judge Slams Millennial Instagram Culture While Sentencing Woman for Cocaine Smuggling
Mélina Roberge received eight years for her part in a scheme to smuggle coke into Australia via a cruise ship.
Quebec's Chief Scientist Denies Dismissing Crypto Concerns
Reports this week erroneously suggested that Quebec's Chief Scientist dismissed concerns about the illicit usage of bitcoin, his office said.
Middle School Teacher Arrested for Trafficking Coke in Hells Angels Drug Bust
The 35-year-old from New Brunswick has been charged with trafficking, money laundering, and several other crimes.
Separating sick Inuit kids and parents is medical colonialism all over again
In Quebec, air ambulances continue the incomprehensible practice of separating children and parents – despite no written policy demanding itIt was a relatively quiet summertime shift in the emergency
FUREY: Someone has to say it – it’s time to build a wall at Roxham Rd.
Here’s a crazy idea: What if we actually sent the signal to the thousands of people crossing illegally into Canada that they shouldn’t be crossing illegally into Canada? Take a look at the Google Maps