Tuesday , January 19 2021

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History of fine wines

Here are two big reds which can be kept for many years in your cellar and which deserve your attention. Drink less. Drink better. Chateau Malescasse 2015, Haut-Medoc, France $ 50.75 – Code SAQ 14624738 – 14% – 2 g / l Nice surprise to see again in SAQ this …

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To live longer, eat less ultra-processed foods

Another study confirms that consuming ultra-processed processed foods is bad for your health and shortens life expectancy. Several industrial foods are ultratransformed, that is to say they are pure synthetic creations made from inexpensive ingredients (fat, sugar, salt) and industrial products unknown in nature (hydrolyzed proteins, hydrogenated oils, modified starches). …

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Tax on sugary drinks: to reduce obesity

Consumption of sugary drinks is associated with obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Several health experts and some public health organizations are in favor of an excise tax on sugary drinks. In their view, such a measure could perhaps improve the health of the population. Excess sugar is certainly associated with …

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Women’s immigration

This is the story of an uprooted girl who will become a woman in a country that is not her own that the writer of Chilean origin Caroline Dawson wanted to tell. Where I hideis its history of immigration and its battle to find its place in a foreign Quebec. …

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A romantic thriller on a historical background

For his ninth novel, Mirages on the Vallée-de-l’Or, the writer Claire Bergeron has drawn part of her story from family memories. In this thriller, she talks about life in Abitibi, the strong bonds of friendship that are forged there, but also talks about Native residential schools and the difficult journey …

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Comic strip: promising succession

Following the publication of the phenomenal Shangri-La in 2016, Mathieu Bablet delivered with Carbon & Silicon nothing less than a new masterpiece of science fiction. Only 33 years old, the young French prodigy has developed in just a few albums a dizzying corpus of the caliber of Asimov, HG Wells, …

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A racist and xenophobic Canada to discover

Do you remember the English Canadian Black Book, written by journalist Normand Lester? Well, you will experience the same sense of revolt reading the story of the Blondin family, uprooted in Saskatchewan not 100 years ago and struggling with the Ku Klux Klan and the Orange League. Here is a …

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Innovation, Microsoft way

While Sony has chosen to completely redesign its console for the launch of the PS5, Microsoft opted for the opposite strategy. But even as its Xbox Series X | S hits the market with a particularly familiar design and core experience, the American company is taking a step forward. giant, …

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Walk towards wisdom

In his book, Dare to exist, the author lifts the veil on the keys to the ancestral indigenous wisdom that she had known several years before, while her work has led her to work with several communities and peoples from the First Nations. It was by approaching their teaching that …

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A marathon that never ends

It has now been more than 300 days that COVID-19 has profoundly changed our daily lives. It took a lot of imagination to adapt, and we can no longer count the difficulties that marked this crisis. To say that we believed the holiday break was going to flatten the curve, …

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A duo of reds for rare meat

One for now, the other for later, two frank reds with good structure to accompany a fillet of deer or any other red meat, served well rare. Chateau Malescasse, Haut-Medoc 2015, France $ 50.75 – SAQ code: 14624738 – 14% – 1.8 g / L The commune of Lamarque constitutes …

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The thread that weaves humanity

Revisited by Kim Thùy, the Vietnam War is chiseled into a series of unforgettable moments, where shadow is inseparable from light. What a special object that Kim Thùy’s latest novel! He is loaded with cruelty, and yet Em brings great appeasement. But if we insist on the softness of the …

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To start the year off right

With Serge, the French woman of letters Yasmina Reza signs a bittersweet family comedy that is definitely worth it. After Babylon, who won the Renaudot Prize in 2016, the French playwright and novelist Yasmina Reza offers us Serge, another novel that will surely not go unnoticed in the coming months. …

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Games for your viewing pleasure

We take a detour in the wonders of nature this week by approaching games that immerse us in the animal kingdom or in the monumental works of man. We offer three games that are both very pretty and very entertaining that will join the whole family. Kitara 2 to 4 …

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The courage to stand up

The famous actress and businesswoman Caroline Néron, who has known good years, tells in her book, with disarming honesty, her meteoric rise in the business world which aroused much envy, but which ended by a vertiginous fall. Despite the pain of the ordeal, she will roll up her sleeves to …

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