Constitutional lawyer Julius Grey, representing the Family Advocacy Committee of Maimonides Geriatric Centre, filed a formal notice last week calling for residents who have received the first dose of the Pfizer vaccine to receive the necessary second dose 72 hours from a week ago last Tuesday. Read more

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When news came out that Canadians returning from vacation destinations during the Christmas holiday break, where travel was severely discouraged, were being offered a thousand dollars to stay home and quarantine, responses were swift and shocked. Read more

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Quebec’s COVID-measure banning the sale of non-essential goods in retail stores has had many consequences on shoppers and stores alike. With the ban, even stores that have been deemed essential cannot sell products that are considered non-essential by the government. Read more

Constitutional lawyer Julius Grey, representing the Family Advocacy Committee of Maimonides Geriatric Centre, filed a formal notice last week calling for residents who have received the first dose of the Pfizer vaccine to receive the necessary second dose 72 hours from a week ago last Tuesday. Read more

  • Updated

Quebec’s COVID-measure banning the sale of non-essential goods in retail stores has had many consequences on shoppers and stores alike. With the ban, even stores that have been deemed essential cannot sell products that are considered non-essential by the government. Read more

  • Updated

When news came out that Canadians returning from vacation destinations during the Christmas holiday break, where travel was severely discouraged, were being offered a thousand dollars to stay home and quarantine, responses were swift and shocked. Read more

  • Updated

Quebec’s COVID-measure banning the sale of non-essential goods in retail stores has had many consequences on shoppers and stores alike. With the ban, even stores that have been deemed essential cannot sell products that are considered non-essential by the government. Read more

A cold winter Friday, January 8 morning during this pandemic could not stop the students of Hebrew Foundation School in Dollard des Ormeaux and their teacher Stuart Cohen from sharing a socially distanced zoom celebration for WWII veteran Willie Glaser’s 100th birthday outside of his St. Lau… Read more

Laval Mayor Marc Demers announced last week that he will be reducing his official duties to spend more time with his wife who is undergoing medical treatment. Read more

Fresh off the latest changes to most of its operations, the new lockdown and curfew restrictions imposed on Quebecers last week has necessitated changes in the already altered schedule of the city’s recreational facilities. Read more