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14 Thoughtful Ways to Celebrate Father’s Day in 2024

Father’s Day is just around the corner, and what better way to show Dad your appreciation than with an exciting adventure or a great gift? Whether he’s a foodie, a car enthusiast, a beer lover, or simply enjoys spending quality time with the family, we’ve curated a list of fantastic

Quebec company puts windows in masks for the hearing impaired

Masks aren’t going away anytime soon. Recognizing this, one Quebec company is working to make face coverings more inclusive. Entreprise Prémont, based in Louiseville, Quebec, is producing windowed masks so the hearing impaired can read the wearer’s lips. The masks, called Humask-Pro Vision, will be available starting early 2021. “This

Quebec increases legal age for buying cannabis to 21

If you can buy booze in the States, you can buy weed in Quebec. Yesterday, the province increased the legal age for buying cannabis to 21, the highest in Canada. Nationwide, cannabis is permitted at 19, with the exception of Alberta, where the minimum age is 18. The new law,

New immigrants to Quebec must pass ‘values test’ starting in 2020

Starting on January 1, 2020, new immigrants to Quebec will be required to pass a so-called “values test” before they are allowed to settle in the province. The test will cover so-called “democratic values and Quebec values,” which are expressed in the province’s Charter of Human Rights And Freedoms. Speaking with

Quebec Gets it: Parking at Hospitals Should Be Free

Free healthcare is a pillar of our superiority over the United States. This is, of course, just one of several reasons it is such a great concept. But can our healthcare really be considered free if it costs more than minimum wage to park at the hospital? I would argue that