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A podcast initiated by Canadian comedians was recently set up with the goal to discuss daily news and events while offering comic relief to people amidst the Coronavirus pandemic. It can be described as a sort of pandemic journal logging Covid-19 related events and information updates to vie…

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On Friday, Montreal Mayor Valerie Plante declared a state of emergency on the island pursuant to section 42 of Quebec's Civil Protection Act. The action came a week after the Montreal Police were given emergency powers. The Mayor went to great lengths that this did not mean that the city was…

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Montreal Police (SPVM) are advising people to be careful as some scam artists are using the COVID 19 as an opportunity to run fraudluent practices under a number of cons.

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The City of Côte St. Luc announced Sunday that it is closing all of its playgrounds and dog runs until further notice.

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Premier Legault ordered all non-essential businesses to close until April 13. Essential services including banks, insurance companies, grocery stores, pharmacies, media and construction as well as related suppliers of goods and services will remain open. He reiterated that the measures taken…

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While the closure of a vital day centre for the community’s most vulnerable population and cancellation of all its programming can be heartbreaking, these are actually the easiest decisions to make says Joanne Charron, president of the Centre d'activités récréatives et éducatives (C.A.R.E.)

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With bookings at a standtsill, Sunwing has not stand still and has demonstrated one of the most impressive examples of corporate responsibility in our current Covid crisis.It put its entire airline fleet in operation for one purpose. Repatriating Canadians.

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Montreal public health officials are opening a heated outdoor, walk or drive-in COVID-19 testing clinic next Monday on Jeanne-Mance in the Place des Festivals sector. The entrance to the clinic will be located at the corner of St-Urbain and De Maisonneuve blvd.

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As the Queen Elizabeth Health Center’s Urgent Care & Walk-In clinic is already known to be one of the busiest ‘front line’ primary care centers in the city, its waiting room is usually filled with patients who understand that it’s going to take some time before it’s their turn to see the…