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Month: June 2021

Fernandez eliminated from French Open with loss to 23rd-seed Keys

Canada’s Leylah Annie Fernandez was eliminated from the French Open after losing 6-1, 7-5 to American Madison Keys in a second-round match Wednesday.

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Next parole hearing for Paul Bernardo set for June 22

A tentative parole hearing for convicted rapist and murderer Paul Bernardo is set for June 22, according to the Parole Board of Canada, but due to COVID-19 precautions, the hearing will primarily be held virtually.

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Here’s why the US isn’t going to nuke anyone from orbit anytime soon

Low-orbit space planes have been named as a possible carrier of American nuclear warheads. While theoretically possible, at current technology levels such weapons would be significantly more trouble than they are worth. According to the director-general of Russian arms manufacturer…

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Jets vs. Canadiens Game 1: Tweets, pre-game and post-game coverage

The Winnipeg Jets and the Montreal Canadiens get their second playoff series started Wednesday night.

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Quebec adds 288 new COVID-19 cases as hospitalizations drop by 14

New daily infections of COVID-19 were below 300 in Quebec for the third day in a row, with 288 new cases on Wednesday.

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Stonewall’s reign as the gender gestapo is coming to an end as it feels the heat for its ‘trans-women are women’ stance

The LGBTQ charity is under fire for its militant views on trans rights and likening of gender-critical opinions to anti-Semitism. The pushback, from a leading lawyer and government minister, is long overdue and richly deserved. This year, Pride Month might…

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Early start for Quebec strawberries this year thanks to mild spring

Quebec strawberries will hit the shelves in early June this year, two weeks earlier than usual, thanks to a very mild spring, according to the Union des producteurs agricoles (UPA).

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Laurentian Bank reports $53.1M second-quarter profit, beats expectations

Laurentian Bank Financial Group beat expectations as it reported a second-quarter profit of $53.1 million, up from a profit of $8.9 million a year ago.

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Quebec economy minister must be banned from House: ethics commissioner

Quebec’s economy minister, Pierre Fitzgibbon, must be banned from sitting in the House, announced the National Assembly’s ethics commissioner in her report.

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Quebec public health ‘re-evaluating’ decision to cancel proms after uproar from students

After backlash from students and parents over the cancellation of proms this year, Quebec public health says it is now “re-evaluating” whether or not they can proceed.

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