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Black Tiger Sex Machine | A machine powered in the United States

Last October, the Montreal band filled the legendary amphitheater in Red Rocks, Colorado. In February, he will perform at two of the most important electronic music festivals in the world: Ultra Music in Miami and Electric Daisy Carnival in Mexico City. Even in times of pandemic, Black Tiger Sex Machine continues to do admirably well on the fringes of the traditional circuits of the Quebec scene. The Press spoke to him when his third album was released, Once Upon a Time in Cyberworld. Posted yesterday at 1:00 p.m. Emilie Cote The Press ...
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The Samuel-De Champlain Bridge illuminated in tribute to the victims of the Quebec City mosque

From sunset to 1 a.m., the Samuel-De Champlain Bridge will take part in the Carré vert solidarity and hope campaign and will light up in tribute to the victims of the attack on the Quebec City mosque. • Read also: Mosque survivor is forced into self-isolation • Read also: There is still work to be done to bring communities together after the mosque attack • Read also: Much interest in the debate on the sentence of Bissonnette Launched in 2020, The Green Square Campaign takes place during the week leading up to January 29 to commemorate the victims and survivors of the attack on the Quebec City mosque. The green square represents the green carpets of the Quebec mosque, where the victims stood to pray. Five years ago, an Islamophobic white supremacist shot ...
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East Coast Storm | Several flights canceled from Montreal

The violent storm that hit the United States and Nova Scotia forced the cancellation of several flights from Montreal to the Eastern United States and the Maritimes. Posted at 11:46 a.m. Updated at 3:45 p.m. Florence Morin Martel The PressOn Saturday, flights from Montreal-Trudeau International Airport (YUL) were canceled, including some to New York, Washington, Boston, Moncton, Halifax and Saint John in New Brunswick.In Nova Scotia, up to 45 centimeters of snow are exp...
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Superior Court rules in favor of Sue Montgomery

The Superior Court on Friday quashed two decisions rendered by the Commission municipale du Québec (CMQ) with regard to Sue Montgomery, former mayor of the borough of Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, concerning breaches to ethics and a citation in deontology. Posted at 9:00 a.m. Florence Morin Martel The PressIn his decision, Judge Alexander Pless considers that there were “breaches of procedural fairness”. Sue Montgomery maintained that the Commission municipale du Québec had “not acted indepen...
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Why am I still watching the Canadiens?

Do you still watch Canadian games? I do. Why ? Good question. I wonder that too. Why watch the matches of a club that loses all the time? Thirty-four losses in 42 games. That's 80% wasted evenings. It's full of little disappointments before going to bed. When there is so much better to see, to read, to listen to, to enjoy. Why inflict such an unfortunate spectacle on yourself? Posted at 7:00 a.m.We are only halfway through the season and everything is already decided, everything is already lost. There are about forty games left, without any meaning. And what is most depressing in all this is ...
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Ottawa prevents him from working | The Journal of Montreal

A French woman who moved to Quebec to become a truck driver feels that the federal government is getting in her way by delaying providing her with the right permit to work. • Read also: Montreal loses its inhabitants to the benefit of the regions • Read also: Quebec companies: more foreign workers as reinforcements • Read also: Immigration: Canada welcomed a record number of permanent residents in 2021 “We saved for 15 years to be able to come here. If I still don't work, and I can't in the coming months, it's going to be complicated to stay," says Aurélie Becker, 34, who left her life in Nancy, France, to come and live in Stoneham. -and-Tewkesbury, a year and a half ago. Since mid-September, Aurélie Becker has had her Quebec truck driver's diploma in her...
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Collective release against sanitary measures

OTTAWA | The demonstration of truckers opposed to the vaccine passport at the border scheduled for today has turned into a great collective outlet against health and anti-system measures. • Read also: [EN IMAGES] Convoy of truckers: Ottawa stormed by several thousand demonstrators • Read also: 6 surprising statements from supporters of the trucking convoy • Read also: Closure of bridges between Ottawa and Gatineau "F...Trudeau!" yells a man driving a pick-up. At a red light, his fist pressed on his horn, he waved a middle finger in the direction of Parliament, located at a street corner. On the other side of the street, another drags a trailer on which is installed a huge sign " No more lockdowns (More containment). On the sidewalk, pedestrians applau...
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Booster dose for infected people | Quebec turns around

After encouraging infected people in mid-January to receive a booster dose as soon as the symptoms of COVID-19 end, Quebec did an about-face on Friday. It is now better to wait eight weeks after recovery, said the government, saying it is based on an opinion from the Committee on Immunization of Quebec (CIQ). However, in the opinion in question, the CIQ considers that it is preferable to wait for new vaccines that are more effective against the variants. Posted yesterday at 8:31 p.m. Florence Morin Martel The Press...
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Canadian: no spectators at the Bell Center until at least mid-February

Supporters of the Montreal Canadiens will still not be admitted to the Bell Center in the first half of February, despite the authorization from Public Health to accommodate 500 people in the large amphitheatres within ten days. • Read also: "Carey Price is untouchable" - Kent Hughes • Read also: Reconstruction in the plans for the CH According to what TVA Sports channel hockey expert Renaud Lavoie reported on Friday, the minimum authorized by the Quebec government is insufficient for the team, which will play in front of empty stands the games of 8, 10, 12 and 13. February. Still according to Lavoie, the Canadian will open only a few boxes for these meetings. There will be no fans in the stands at the ...
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Cirque du Soleil will perform in Saudi Arabia

Cirque du Soleil is strengthening its ties with Saudi Arabia. The entertainment group has just signed an agreement with Riyadh. Updated yesterday at 2:28 p.m. Veronique Larocque The Press“Under this agreement, a large number of shows […] may be presented within the kingdom,” reads a statement released by Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Culture on Friday. As examples, the document talks about shows The Illusionist, Now You See Me, Paw Patrol Live – Race to the Rescue, Trolls Live ! and Blue Man Group Wor...