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The Patro in support of La Fabuleuse

While there was talk for a while that the comedians of La Fabuleuse no longer take care of the reception, many times award-winning cruise passengers at The Bay, internal discussions have rather allowed their return. But they will receive support, while a team of Patro de Jonquiere will be present for twenty ships out of […]

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Saw-tooth relationships at the Rives-du-Saguenay School Board

The hearings in the matter of the dismissal of Chantale Cyr, former director general of the Commission scolaire des Rives-du-Saguenay, and psychological harassment in her place, continued for a 17th day, Tuesday, before the Administrative Labor Tribunal , while the tensions with the frames were again discussed at length. M √Čric Le Bel, Ms. Cyr […]

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Sexual predator Daniel Martel is sentenced to 42 months in prison

Daniel Martel, a 20-year-old from Les Escoumins and charged with 25 counts of a sexual nature, was sentenced on Tuesday to serve 42 months in prison and another three additional months for breach of probation by Judge Jean Hudon, of the Court of Quebec. The individual, who was 18 years old at the time, was […]

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BlackRock Metals Gets Green Light for Processing Plant

A crucial step has just been completed in the realization of the project of a vanadium-titanium-magnetite concentrate (VTM) conversion plant at the port of Grande-Anse, La Baie. BlackRock Metals has obtained the decree of the Ministry of the Environment and the Fight against Climate Change to proceed with the construction of its secondary processing plant. […]

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Teenager seriously injured in Jonquiere: he drops a train following a challenge

A teenage game went awry on Tuesday night as a 14-year-old trying to grab a train was injured heavily in a hand and leg in downtown Jonquiere. “We have a 14-year-old who wanted to grab a train in Jonquiere. Finally, he fell, and he has a hand and a leg that went under a wheel. […]

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Missing Children’s Month: fewer cases reported in Quebec

MONTREAL – At the beginning of Missing Children’s Month, the Enfants-Retour Network observes that for the first time in several years, there has been a significant decrease in the number of missing children reported to Quebec’s police forces. The organization reports that, according to the annual report of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), police […]

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A diabetic man saved by his dog

Denis Roberge would not be here to flatter his dog if he had not saved his life. The third Sunday of Easter evening, Mr. Roberge, who has type 1 diabetes, was watching TV in the living room of his residence in Vanier, Quebec City, when he collapsed on the floor.

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Verification done: more and more floods?

The assertion “We know that with climate change, these phenomena [the floods] will increase in the future,” said the popular morningman Paul Arcand, FM 98.5. And he is not the only one to think so. “These flood phenomena, it is clear that it will become exponential [because of global warming],” said Suzanne Roy, chair of […]

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A young Marist denies extortion

Did a student of the Marist Fathers’ Seminary want to blackmail a friend to have pictures of her naked? One teenager says white, the other says black. Christopher *, 14, pleaded guilty Tuesday to one count of computer luring and distributing child pornography. He admits he did not extort for the photos and was tried […]

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The girl found in critical condition makes the soul

Sadness and misunderstanding could be seen on the faces of citizens and neighbors who gathered together following the announcement of the death of the seven-year-old girl on Tuesday. Flowers, stuffed animals and a message were left on the grounds of the house where the little girl had been found the day before in critical condition. […]

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