Stricter animal rules in Quebec

For the first time ever living in Quebec, and I’ve been here all my life, for now, I stood up and actually applauded the government on the recent rules to be enforced as of Nov 7 2013, to people owning ...

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VMC honour forgotten heros of Operation Husky

Since May of 2013 students from Vincent Massey Collegiate (VMC) have been involved with a project initiated by their school Spiritual Care, Community Involvement and Guidance Animator (SCA) Mr. Rocco Speranza and teacher Mr Vincent Gagnon. The project entitled “Remembering ...

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Pizza

I love pizza.  I have always maintained that if I was stranded on an island with only one choice of food, it would be pizza.  However, it would not be store bought pizza.  The stuff that comes in a cardboard ...

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Mary Poppins’ Charter of Values

by Bonnie Wurst   While pondering the ‘Charter Affirming The Values Of Secularism And The Religious Neutrality Of The State, As Well As The Equality Of Men And Women, And The Framing Of Accommodation Requests’ of Quebec’ or ‘Bill 60’, the new ...

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Finding meaning in Flanders fields

By: Dan Laxer Another Remembrance Day come and gone, and I’m beginning to think that maybe it’s become a bit of a chore. I know that will raise hackles. Heck, it raises my own. But I can’t help thinking that fewer ...

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