Explosion of The Aboriginal Population Across Canada

The number of aboriginals has exploded in Canada and Quebec in the last 10 years, according to new census data released by Statistics Canada on Wednesday. Since 2006, the Aboriginal population –... Read more »

Quebec Bans Face Covering In Public Services

Many elected Liberal federal government officials in Ottawa disagree with the bill on religious neutrality that was passed Wednesday in the National Assembly by the government of the Liberal Party of Quebec.... Read more »

Advocator For Aboriginal Rights, Gord Downie Dead At 53

The tragically hip singer, Gord Downie, died Tuesday night at the age of 53, his family said on Wednesday. A statement on the singer’s official Facebook page, signed by the Downie family,... Read more »

Vulnerable Young Woman Is Missing

Montreal Police Service (SPVM) is launching an investigation to find a young woman missing since yesterday. Mélina Larivière, 19, left her residence in the Rivière-des-Prairies-Pointe-aux-Trembles borough in the evening and has not... Read more »
Service Dog Stolen In Down Town Toronto

Service Dog Stolen In Down Town Toronto

Ashley-Victoria Martineau is inconsolable. Her dog, who is both her best friend and her main supporter of her psychological problems, was stolen early Sunday morning. The police are looking for the animal.... Read more »
A group of resource owners for disabled people (from left to right and from bottom to top): Sylvie Labrie, Solange Valiquette, Sophie Malo, Bruce Schneider, Gaétan Jolicoeur, Janick St-Louis and Paul Yellen.

Montreal Closing The Doors On People With Disabilities

Over the past month, four homes with 22 children and adults with severe disabilities or mental health problems have closed their doors in Montreal. And more than 200 similar resources could suffer the... Read more »
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Justin Trudeau Uses Canada’s 150 Celebration To Talk About Aboriginal Issues

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau believes that the 15 th anniversary of Confederation is the opportunity to “celebrate the achievements of our great country, to reflect on our past and at the present... Read more »

In Montreal, Obama reassures Canadians about the environment

If former US President Barack Obama reiterated his disappointment at the United States’ withdrawal from the Paris Accord on Climate Change last week, he reassured himself that many environmental advances will survive... Read more »

Was Quebec History Float Racist Or Just Poorly Thought Out?

MONTREAL – A video of the opening ceremony of the National Day Parade, held on Saturday afternoon in Montreal, ignited the web and was viewed nearly 200,000 times in the late afternoon.... Read more »

Yellowstone grizzly bears removed from list of protected animals

Grizzly bears in Yellowstone National Park and surrounding areas will be removed from the list of endangered species this summer, the US Secretary of the Interior said on Thursday, a move immediately... Read more »