Quebec’s supply of propane will run out within four days, threatening the heating systems of hospitals and elderly residences across the province, if a strike at Canadian National Railway isn’t resolved soon, Premier François Legault said Thursday. Legault described the situation as an “emergency” and called on federal opposition parties toRead More →

Semi-pro hockey player Jonathan Diaby and his family members were taunted last week by racist fans during a game. Diaby, 24, is a defenceman for the Marquis de Jonquière, a team in the Ligue Nord-Américaine de Hockey. They left the arena mid-way through the second period. The following is a translatedRead More →

Amid violent protests and civil unrest, the Canadian Border Services Agency halted deportations to Haiti on Friday, offering a temporary reprieve for 421 Haitian nationals still under an enforceable removal order. Unfortunately this reprieve came too late for Oberne Pierre, a Haitian asylum seeker whose claim was denied after a year of living in Quebec. Pierre crossedRead More →