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Half cash | The Press

I will not talk about COVID or a pandemic this time. Posted at 11:00 a.m.Like many, I feel fed up, I'm on the verge of breaking my membership, me, the good girl who is united and triple vaccinated. It has become that in the morning, since the beginning of January, I skip the COVID-19 news in the newspapers and go directly to culture or business. More capable of the essential national subject for two years. Tired. Tanned. Because things continue to happen despite the pandemic, and life sometimes slips into the economy section of daily newspapers.On Sunday, January 16, in th...
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Where to deconfine? | The Press

With declining hospitalizations and the administration of the third dose of vaccine which is progressing, Quebec could soon announce new reductions in health rules. Where should we start, without then having to go back? Four experts surveyed by The Press speak out. Posted at 5:00 a.m. Henri Ouellette-Vezina The Press“It will not be the open bar, we are still far from that, people have to understand that we still have a month and a half easily where we will have to be very vigilant. But by being ca...
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Take-out lasagna | The Press

Crazy craving for a lasagna right now? Here are some addresses where you can get delicious ones to heat up at home. Posted at 11:00 a.m. Iris Gagnon Paradise The PressBarBara VinOpen since last winter, BarBara Vin has become the new haunt of the Saint-Henri district during the summer. The team, led by chef David Pellizzari and headwaiter Catherine Draws, is back seven days a week with its original concept: take-out à la carte menu, wine shop side and a fridge well stocked ...
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Wall Street down sharply | The Press

(New York) The New York Stock Exchange fell again on Monday, on the eve of a two-day monetary meeting of the American Federal Reserve (Fed) and after heavy losses the previous week. Posted at 9:44 a.m. Updated at 10:24 a.m.At 10 a.m., the Dow Jones index was down 1.78%, the NASDAQ was down 2.52% and the S&P 500 was down 2.18%.On Friday, the Dow Jones was down 1.30%, its sixth straight decline session, while the NASDAQ, heavily influenced by technology stocks, lost 2.72% and the S&P 500 extended index, 1.90% .Over the week, th...
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Wall Street down sharply | The Press

(New York) The New York Stock Exchange fell again on Monday, on the eve of a two-day monetary meeting of the American Federal Reserve (Fed) and after heavy losses the previous week. Posted at 9:44 a.m. Updated at 10:24 a.m.At 10 a.m., the Dow Jones index was down 1.78%, the NASDAQ was down 2.52% and the S&P 500 was down 2.18%.On Friday, the Dow Jones was down 1.30% in its sixth straight session of decline, while the NASDAQ, heavily influenced by technology stocks, lost 2.72% and the S&P 500 expanded 1.90% .Over the week, the ...
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Scientific news in small doses | The Press

A few milligrams of all the scientific news of the week Posted at 9:00 a.m. Mathieu Perreault The PressSelf-portrait above MarsThe Chinese Orbiter Tianwen-1 sent in early January a self-portrait sketched by a camera he dropped. This never-before-seen photo of a probe orbiting Mars shows Tianwen-1 (its name means "heavenly question") above the polar cap. Tianwen-1 arrived near the Red Planet a year ago and dropped a lander and a rover.Quiz...
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Breathless nurses | The Press

Exhausted and overworked, nurses lift the veil on the “unlivable” and “inhuman” context in which they work. Some have slammed the door, others are anticipating their retirement or going on sick leave. And those who remain are at their wit's end. Posted at 5:00 a.m. Florence Morin Martel The Press Gabrielle Duchaine The Press“It had become unlivable. »After 11 years a...