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Bianca Andreescu takes rest of 2020 season off to focus on health, training
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Bianca Andreescu takes rest of 2020 season off to focus on health, training
Canadian tennis star Bianca Andreescu announced Tuesday that she will not be returning to the court until 2021 as she continues to recover from a knee injury suffered last year.“I have come to the difficult decision to skip the clay court swing this year and will be taking the remainder of the season off to focus on my health and training,” Andreescu said in a statement.
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MLS | Impact falls 4-1 to the Union
MLS | Impact falls 4-1 to the Union
You can't say that the Montreal Impact is playing badly when it comes to 11 players. The problem is, it hasn't happened often in the last three games.
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COVID-19 in Quebec | "It's not inevitable, it's in our hands"
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COVID-19 in Quebec | "It's not inevitable, it's in our hands"
The government of Quebec denies being out of control, but the national director of public health, Horacio Arruda, does not hesitate to describe the situation as "very worrying". On Sunday, three regions moved from the yellow zone to the orange zone: Montreal, the Capitale-Nationale and Chaudière-Appalaches are now at the moderate alert level and are subject to more stringent rules.
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COVID-19: three regions would go "orange" in Quebec
COVID-19: three regions would go "orange" in Quebec
Radio-Canada has learned that the government is giving itself a few more hours to finalize its decision.
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Interview with Christian Dubé | Parachuted into the fire
Interview with Christian Dubé | Parachuted into the fire
When he was Vice-President of Cascades, Christian Dubé understood the meaning of the word “disconnected”.
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Quebec reports 427 more positive COVID-19 cases, most since the end of May
Quebec reports 427 more positive COVID-19 cases, most since the end of May
Quebec public health authorities announced a dramatic increase in the number of positive COVID-19 tests in the province Saturday.
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Back to class | A star in the minister's file
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Back to class | A star in the minister's file
When Quebec decided to open its schools for the start of the school year and force all students to return to class, the reaction was quick. And strong.
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For several months, Canadians have made significant sacrifices as governments from coast to coast put in place measures to contain the COVID pandemic
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United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Says Covid-19 Pandemic is Over
United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Says Covid-19 Pandemic is Over
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the United States (CDC) very quietly declares that the Covid pandemic
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Valérie Plante welcomes social housing deal, but pandemic has heightened the demand
Valérie Plante welcomes social housing deal, but pandemic has heightened the demand
With the city facing ever more glaring needs as it prepares for winter during the pandemic, Montreal's mayor welcomed a deal between Quebec and Ottawa to finance social housing. But new projects are years away from fruition.
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Operation OSCAR: Quebec announces stricter enforcement in bars, restaurants
Operation OSCAR: Quebec announces stricter enforcement in bars, restaurants
Police will pay particular attention to regions that are yellow, or in a state of early warning under Quebec's new alert system.
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Quebec's new green plan: "completely insufficient"
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Quebec's new green plan: "completely insufficient"
By 2030, 1.5 million electric vehicles will be on the roads of Quebec and thousands of charging stations will also appear. Almost half of the taxis will be electric. One in two school buses will be powered by electricity. And over the next five years, the government will spend a total of $ 4.5 billion to subsidize a big shift to fight climate change.
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