Friday , January 15 2021

Victoria Smith

Victoria Smith who hails from Toronto, Canada currently runs this news portfolio after completing her Bachelor's in Communication Studies at McGill and a Masters in Political science from University of Toronto.

Connor McDavid’s hat trick in Oilers win

(Edmonton) Connor McDavid provided three goals and one assist on Thursday leading the Edmonton Oilers to a 5-2 victory over the Vancouver Canucks. Leading scorer in the league last season, Leon Draisaitl was the accomplice of four goals. His five points come from assists at this point in the campaign. …

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Quebec conspirators in the crosshairs

After the events of the Capitol in Washington and the imposition of a curfew in Quebec, the police forces tighten their surveillance of the web. Our Bureau of Investigation presents to you some of the leading figures of the anti-Masque and pro-Trump conspiracy movements in Quebec. According to our information, …

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Conspiracy threat: bridges under surveillance

Quebec police forces have tightened the surveillance of certain bridges, such as the Jacques-Cartier Bridge, since the establishment of the curfew that inflamed conspiracyists on the web. Threats on social networks targeted certain infrastructures. • Read also: Quebec conspirators in the crosshairs • Read also: Platforms liable to criminal penalties …

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Vegpro factory must close, says Quebec

Quebec demands the closure of the plant of the largest producer of fresh vegetables Vegpro in Sherrington, Montérégie, due to an outbreak out of control, have learned The newspaper and TVA Nouvelles. • Read also: Major outbreak at the Vegpro plant “There will be a service of closing order. Under …

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Platforms liable to criminal penalties

Social networks, like news sites and other digital platforms, can face criminal charges in Quebec if they do not act against hate speech. • Read also: Conspiracy threat: bridges under surveillance • Read also: Quebec conspirators in the crosshairs While the advocates of the far right and conspiratorial influencers, such …

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Student exchanges that worry experts

The arrival and departure of dozens of young Quebeckers and foreigners for cultural exchanges raise eyebrows in the midst of a pandemic when travel is not recommended and reconfigurations are being organized around the world. “In public health, regardless of government laws, it is recommended that only essential travel be …

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A 35-year-old man attacked at Place Dupuis

A 35-year-old man was assaulted with a sharp object Thursday evening at around 7:35 p.m. during an altercation between several homeless people in Place Dupuis in Montreal. The altercation took place at the Hotel Place Dupuis, said the spokesperson for the Service de police de la Ville de Montréal (SPVM), …

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