Alan Carter has been a reporter on the news desk since 2015. Before that she wrote about young adolescents and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Koz Post, Alan Carter worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.
Business

Mayor of New York wants a contract with Hydro-Quebec by 2020

New York Mayor Bill de Blasio wants all public infrastructure in his city to be fueled by “Canadian greenhouse gas zero emission” and wants a signed deal before the end of the year 2020. C and commitment is part of the action plan of the American metropolis to fight against climate change. This New York […]

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Politic

New facts about UPAC leaks

The findings of the Bureau of Independent Investigations (EIB) regarding leakage of information to the Permanent Anti-Corruption Unit (UPAC) are major. At the point where the Director of Criminal and Penal Prosecutions advises the Supreme Court to settle the dispute over journalistic sources while the parties are still in the dark. L has Supreme Court […]

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News

Green Party Leader Elizabeth May gets married on Earth Day

VICTORIA – Green Party leader Elizabeth May and British Columbia businessman John Kidder were married Monday, Earth Day, at Christ Church Cathedral in Victoria. M me May announced her engagement to Mr. Kidder in November. She said she had known Mr. Kidder for about five years, but there had been sparks between them at the […]

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News

Canadians in Sri Lanka urged to exercise “great caution”

Canadians of Sri Lankan origin rallied on Monday to mourn those who were killed in the coordinated terrorist attacks in their homeland on Sunday as Ottawa advised Canadians currently in the country to demonstrate a “great caution”. At least 290 people were killed and hundreds wounded in a series of coordinated bombings that rocked Sunday […]

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News

Earth Day: demonstration around the National Assembly

Thousands of youth and environmental activists gathered around the National Assembly to create a human chain on Monday for Earth Day. By a symbolic gesture, they put pressure on the deputies by pushing the National Assembly with their hands. The event began with a Wendipiap wendate ceremony: Between Us and Mother Earth. A march was […]

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Sport

The heart cry of Connor McDavid

Connor McDavid is a discreet young man. And patient.

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Business

Canola: Canada is not out of trouble

The leader of one of Canada’s largest exporters of canola in China on Tuesday warned that if the country continues to refuse Canadian products, other markets will have to be found, a difficult task.

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Business

Seasonal businesses: “the panic mode has started”

Foreign workers essential to seasonal businesses can not enter Quebec, delayed by bureaucratic delays. To the point where business people are afraid of losing deals this spring.

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Art

Place for women at the Theatre du Nouveau Monde

The Theater du Nouveau Monde (TNM) unveiled yesterday its 2019-2020 programming. On the theme of “Dream Big”, the repertory theater company, founded in 1951, offers seven shows (including two non-subscription) which highlight the rich imagination of the artisans of the stage, including that of a majority of women.

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News

Anjou: Councilor Lynne Shand refuses to resign

Citizens who came to the borough council meeting in north-east Montreal on Tuesday night demanded, without success, the resignation of independent councilor Lynne Shand.

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