Liveblog: Habs return to action against Bruins

Breadcrumb trail links sports NHL Montreal Canadians Inside Out Hockey The Canadiens play their first game since New Year’s Day against the Florida Panthers. Author of the article: Erik Leijon • Special to the Montreal Gazette Publication date: January 12, 2022 • 11 minutes ago • 1 minute read • 10 comments The Canadiens’ Jeff […]

Ongoing Meewasin Consultations Seeking the Creation of a National Urban Park for Saskatoon – Saskatoon | The Canadian News

The Meewasin Valley Authority (MVA) and its partners are taking the first step in a multi-year process that may result in a national urban park for Saskatoon. Between now and March, the conservation organization will conduct a series of focus groups, interviews, meetings and surveys on its jurisdiction and governance model. Currently, the MVA is […]

Ontario’s top doctor highlights COVID vaccines for children ages 5-11 are safe and effective | The Canadian News

Ontario’s top doctor stresses that COVID-19 vaccines for children ages five to 11 are safe and effective against the virus. Dr. Kieran Moore made the clarifying statement Wednesday, after saying earlier in the day that vaccines are too new to require children to take them to school. Those comments raised concerns from opposition politicians, who […]

Emotion and reproaches in the final of ‘The Island of Temptations’: Tania leaves alone and Rosario ends up with her tempter

Zoe and Josué decided to leave together after finding out about the risqué conversations of the former ‘MYHYV’ participant with Jennifer Gal·la leaves the reality show alone after Miguel preferred to leave without her after having an intense bonfire with Nico Alejandro ended up tearfully begging Tania to reconsider her decision after lying to her […]

How many cases of COVID-19 will force a closure? Are schools really safer than two weeks ago? Answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about back to school

Ontario’s chief medical officer was blunt in addressing the province’s parents, who for weeks have been on a back-to-school roller coaster: first preparing to send their children to class amid a surge in COVID- 19, then switching to online learning. while schools closed, and now prepare to return to in-person learning. “I understand that sending […]

Stricter parole rules for some killers are ‘just and appropriate’, Ottawa will argue in Supreme Court

A Conservative-era law that allows longer periods of parole ineligibility for people convicted of multiple murders is constitutional, the federal government will argue before the Supreme Court this spring. The high court will hear arguments in March on the constitutionality of a 2011 provision introduced by the Harper administration that allows judges to stack consecutive […]

West Island Community Calendar for the week of Jan. 13

The West Island Women’s Shelter is a non-profit organization that helps women and children who are victims of domestic violence through the provision of shelter, accompaniment and psychological support. For more information, visit wiws.ca. Alzheimer Groups Inc. (AGI) offers therapeutic programs to individuals living with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias. They provide support services to […]

Novartis will invest 50 million dollars in Mexico

Novartis reported this Wednesday that it will invest 50 million dollars in clinical research in Mexico over the next three years. Fernando Cruz, president of Novartis Mexico, and the Undersecretary of Economy, Héctor Guerrero, announced the investment at a press conference at the headquarters of the Ministry of Economy. Cruz highlighted that the pharmaceutical company […]

Quebec teachers and parents want their concerns heard before kids go back to school – Montreal | The Canadian News

Even though students are scheduled to return to classrooms on Monday, Quebec’s back-to-school plan is in limbo. Ahead of the final decision, expected on Thursday, parents and teachers are raising concerns about the safety surrounding the return. Mother Stacy Lawton told Global News that she is torn by the decision to send her four children […]

100 days into government, Samuel García faces fourth wave of Covid-19, shortage of supplies, mobility and inflation

Monterrey, NL. 100 days after the government of Samuel García Sepúlveda began in New Lion, his administration is facing a resurgence of the epidemiological problem due to the accelerated increase in Covid-19 cases, global disruptions in value chains, the need for more urban transport and an inflationary process. The state Health Secretariat has reported that […]