Quebec

Mon Dieu! Covid-19! Cirque Du Soleil Gets $200 Million From Quebec

The government of Quebec is giving Cirque du Soleil $200 million to survive after getting battered by COVID-19’s sheltering-in-place edicts. The government of Quebec wants to join the circus—or at least help it out.Read Full Story

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Bce's Bell Augments Fiber Internet Connections Across Quebec

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Quebec, Canada’s Hardest-hit Province, Is Also The Most Aggressive About Reopening

It’s home to more than half of Canada’s coronavirus cases and more than 60 percent of its deaths. Retail businesses, manufacturing, construction and schools are all up and running.
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28 Caf Soldiers Deployed At Quebec, Montreal Care Homes Test Positive For Coronavirus

Care homes in Canada have received military support to push back against the coronavirus pandemic. Care homes in Quebec and Montreal have been particularly hard hit as staff struggle to slow the spread of the deadly virus.
Related topics: Virus, Virology

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Quebec Police Arrest Two Individuals In Connection To Cell Tower Fires

Quebec provincial police have made two arrests in relation to a series of cell tower fires in the province over the past week. Since May 1st, seven cell towers in Quebec have been found ablaze. Police are questioning the two suspects, a man and...
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An Artificial 'tongue' Of Gold To Taste Maple Syrup

It's said that maple syrup is Quebec's liquid gold. Now scientists at Université de Montréal have found a way to use real gold—in the form of nanoparticles—to quickly find out how the syrup tastes.

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Canadian Province Of Quebec To Begin Lifting Restrictions On 4 May

TORONTO (Sputnik) - The Canadian province of Quebec announced that it will begin phasing out some of the restrictions implemented to fight the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on 4 May.
Related topics: Canada, Toronto

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Telus, Koodo Give Two Months Free Wireless Service To Frontline Health Workers

Vancouver-based national telecom Telus and its flanker brand Koodo announced plans to give two months of free wireless service to frontline hospital workers in Ontario and Quebec. The carrier will credit monthly rate plan charges for two months for...

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Top 5 All-time Avalanche Trades

Over the past 25 seasons since they moved from Quebec in 1995, the Colorado Avalanche have made a handful of trades whose legacy was felt for seasons after the transaction itself. This list will discuss the five...

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Agnico Eagle (aem) To Restart Operations In Quebec Mines

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Related topics: Gold

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Gold Miners Now Deemed "essential" In Canada

Gold Miners Now Deemed "Essential" In Canada Authored by Neils Christensen via Kitco.com, Mining companies with operations in Quebec are wasting no time jumping back into action after the provincial government announced Monday night...
Related topics: Gold, Canada

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A Security Guard Told A Man He Couldn't Enter Walmart Over Social Distancing. The Man Then Rammed...

A man who worked as a security guard was seriously injured when a man allegedly rammed into him with his car after the guard tried to enforce Walmart's social distancing rules. The harrowing attack occurred in Quebec, Canada, on Saturday. The...
Related topics: Wal-Mart Stores, Canada

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Covid-19 In Canada: Police At Quebec-ontario Border, Temporary Ban On 'irregular Crossings' From Us

While Canada has confirmed only 12,400 cases of COVID-19 and 179 deaths from the disease, its southern neighbor the US is topping the world's coronavirus tally, with more than 275,500 infections and over 7,000 fatalities registered, the count by ...
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Eidos Montreal To Donate ‘deus Ex’ Steam Proceeds To Food Banks Of Quebec

Square Enix-owned developer Eidos Montreal has pledged to donate proceeds of its Deus Ex games to the Food Banks of Quebec in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. As part of this campaign, a handful of Deus Ex titles have been discounted, with all...
Related topics: Canada, Montreal, Banking

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Laurence Bédard Sizzles In Red Lace Lingerie

On Wednesday, March 25, Canadian model Laurence Bédard shared a suggestive snap with her 2.8 million Instagram followers. In the provocative photo, the Quebec native posed in front of what appears to be a marble wall. She stood with her shoulders...
Related topics: Instagram, World Photos

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Ontario And Quebec To Close All Non-essential Businesses

Canada’s most populous province says that non-essential businesses must close for at least 14 days starting at 11:59 p.m. Tuesday in efforts to stem the new coronavirus pandemic
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The Latest Subject Of Coronavirus-related Panic-buying: Canadian Maple Syrup

Toilet paper isn’t the only item that shoppers are stocking up on during the coronavirus pandemic. Maple syrup buyers such as supermarkets are requesting rush shipments of their orders from Quebec, the world’s largest producer. The...

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Gma Guilt-trips, 'do The Right Thing' On Climate Or No More Baby Seals

ABC’s Good Morning America continued its weekly tribute to environmentalism, Wednesday morning, in their series with National Geographic leading up to Earth Day. This week, correspondent T.J. Holmes traveled to Quebec's Magdalen Islands...

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Business & Finance Warren Buffett’s Company Backs Out Of Quebec Energy Project Due To...

From The Post Millennial Sam McGriskin Berkshire Hathaway has pulled out of a proposed large investment in the liquid natural gas pipeline near Quebec’s Saguenay port. Warren Buffetts’s investment company had been planning to invest $4 billion...
Related topics: Warren Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway

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Does Quebec Have A Serious Adventure Tourism Problem?

Alain A. Grenier Environment, Americas It’s possible to lower the risks in adventure tourism to make it safer but legislators are grappling with the question of how to regulate the experience without killing the excitement. The recent tragedy...

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