Category : News

Quebec new regulations to Airbnb

Airbnb has created controversy since it first arrived in Quebec. The online ‘home-rental hub’ founded in 2008, offers tourists and travelers access to millions of accommodations in over 190 countries – with lodgings available in houses, condos, villas and more. ...

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Canada places 6th for most peaceful country

Congratulations Canada places 6th for most peaceful country. There are many great things about Canada and being ranked the 6th most peaceful country, out of 163 in the world, is certainly one of them. To put it into better perspective, ...

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Plans to revamp St. Denis causes debate

St. Denis Street is the francophone equivalent to Crescent for the anglos: to visitors, this is the place to find a variety of restaurants, some live theatre, and much more, even on the “sinful” side, especially in the lower part ...

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Your UBER rating can have you booted

UBER rating  – While the readers concerned about 4.5 to 4.8 ratings have nothing to worry about, riders with much lower ratings are at risk of having drivers decline their ride request. This can leave you with longer wait times, and — if ...

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Rainbow Railroad helping to save LGBTQ lives

Since 2006, the Rainbow Railroad, a Canadian charitable organization, has been helping to save the lives of LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer) people around the world who are trying to escape violence and persecution in their home countries. ...

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Rainbow cans benefiting Rainbow Railroad

Bud Light Canada is partnering with Canadian-based international charity Rainbow Railroad, that has been supporting LGBTQ+ people at risk around the world since 2006, to launch a limited-edition, rainbow inspired can to celebrate Pride. Rainbow cans benefiting Rainbow Railroad Bud Light will ...

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Quebec’s electric future: And Montreal?

Last weekend Premier François Legault speaking at the CAQ general council unveiled what he called a plan “to electrify our economy.” He also made references to move away from oil consumption and instead embrace electricity as the logical alternative for ...

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