News stories of interest to Proud Canadians
The 73,000 teachers represented by the CSQ union are planning a second strike lasting a few hours on April 27.
A lawyer representing people with developmental disabilities is threatening to sue the Quebec government if his clients and their families aren’t vaccinated for COVID-19 soon.
The Universite du Quebec a Trois-Rivieres (UQTR) will increase its presence in the Lanaudière region, where it has been located for 50 years, by welcoming some 350 students to a new building in L’Assomption next fall.
Police in Quebec are investigating after someone allegedly tried to tamper with COVID-19 vaccines at a pharmacy in Repentigny.