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 →

Some of the first fortifications to be built by settlers in New France to protect Quebec City from the British army in the 1690s, have been discovered in the heart of Old Quebec. Archeologists made the discovery mid-October during excavation work that was being carried out by a private building owner on Ste-Ursule Street. ArcheologistsRead More →