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.
Sport

Party discount for Rachel Pageau

The first leg of the Mountain Bike Downhill World Cup presented in Maribor, Slovenia, late last week, did not allow Saguenean Rachel Pageau to do justice. This is only a partial reward for the 23-year-old, who is already looking forward to the next leg in Fort William, Scotland, June 1-2. “I felt good on the […]

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Art

Seven nominations at the Gala des Arlequins

The Mic-Mac Theater and Roberval’s La Valise Animee share seven nominations at the 12th edition of the Gala des Arlequins. The productions of the two theater companies of the municipality of Lac-Saint-Jean attracted the attention of the jury of the event which aims to promote and recognize the work of the amateur theater artisans of […]

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Boreal symphonies: forests singing at UQAC

Researchers at the University du Quebec à Chicoutimi (UQAC), who are studying the evolution of boreal forests, have found a unique way to share their research results with the public. Rather than presenting numbers on paper, they succeeded – with the help of arts master’s students – in blacklisting 755 trees harvested near Lake Mistassini, […]

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Business

Resolute continues its momentum

Resolute’s paper mill improves its financial results for the first quarter of 2019 compared to the same period last year, despite a sharp rise in fiber prices, a drop in pulp prices and a drop in shipments in the first quarter newsprint sector. As a result, the paper continues to post some very attractive financial […]

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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 Éric 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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Business

Increase in minimum wages in Quebec

QUEBEC – The general rate of the minimum hourly wage increases Wednesday by 4.17% in Quebec. The minimum wage thus goes from $ 12.00 to $ 12.50.

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