DEHUMANIZATION, A MEANS TO AN END
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DEHUMANIZATION, A MEANS TO AN END

A week or so ago, we acknowledged the first anniversary of the killing of a Black man, George Floyd by a white policeman Derek Chauvin. At the recent trial...

Quebec opens up in three phases
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Quebec opens up in three phases

Less than a month after the first COVID_19 case showed up in Quebec on February 27, 2020, the province went into lockdown mode with a number of restrictions to...

Balarama Holness in the race for mayor of Montreal
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Balarama Holness in the race for mayor of Montreal

Political activist Balarama Holness created a stir on the municipal political scene when announced his candidacy for mayor of Montreal on the morning of Thursday, May 20. His announcement...

Trinidad-born retired BC Supreme Court Judge handcuffed by Vancouver police
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Trinidad-born retired BC Supreme Court Judge handcuffed by Vancouver police

For 20 years Selwyn Romilly was exemplary as judge in the Supreme Court of British Columbia before he retired in 2015. Before that he served as a judge in...

Ontario names spoken-word artiste Randell Adjei  first Poet Laureate.
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Ontario names spoken-word artiste Randell Adjei first Poet Laureate.

In almost every Canadian province, maybe with the exception of Quebec and in many major cities across the country, you’ll find a poet laureate, a person tasked with the...

COVID-19 Update: Quebec looks encouraging
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COVID-19 Update: Quebec looks encouraging

Once the epi-centre of the coronavirus in Canada, Quebec continues to show signs of exercising control over the COVID-19 virus. And the government is showing signs of lifting the...

SVG’s La Soufriere Update
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SVG’s La Soufriere Update

Since April 22, when there was a significant eruption at La Soufriere in St. Vincent, the volcano which for weeks had been spewing tonnes of smoke and ash on...

Camp Pure Joy offers just that in the West Island
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Camp Pure Joy offers just that in the West Island

After a demanding year in 2020 operating their summer camp in the midst of the pandemic, organizers of Camp Pure Joy are more than ready this year to offer...

Montreal Gospel Choir … Can’t Stop! Won’t Stop!
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Montreal Gospel Choir … Can’t Stop! Won’t Stop!

Gospel lovers far and wide are in for an online treat simply because under the direction of the irrepressible Carol Bernard, Montreal Gospel Choir (MGC) can’t stop… won’t stop....

Geordie’s Virginia Wolf runs from May 7 – 16
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Geordie’s Virginia Wolf runs from May 7 – 16

When Geordie Theatre’s production of Virginia Wolf hits the stage on Friday, May 7, audiences will have an opportunity to enjoy a play that is as intriguing as it...