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.
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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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Politic

Conservatives and Greens Beat Popular Funding Records

OTTAWA – The Conservative Party of Canada raised $ 8 million in the first quarter of this year, a national record across all parties. This crop also surpasses the Conservatives’ performance by $ 2 million in the same quarter of 2018. The e Conservative leader Andrew Scheer, attributes the financial prowess of his party to […]

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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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Mozart Summer at Domaine Forget

Kristof Barati, Alexandre Tharaud, Midori, Marie-Nicole Lemieux, the Emerson String Quartet and Bruno Pelletier will be present at the 41st international festival of Domaine Forget. To the many guests, one should add the name of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, whose compositions are particularly highlighted in the programs on the menu.

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NAC Aboriginal Theater: Eclectic and Multilingual

For its very first season, the National Arts Center Aboriginal Theater (NAC) will celebrate the resilience of women. Eleven productions, nine of which are signed by women, will be presented in an eclectic range of artistic disciplines and in a dozen languages ​​mixed with French and English.

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Business

Leclerc Communication broadcasts CHOI Radio X

Faced with the CRTC’s refusal to allow it to own three French-language FM radio stations in the Quebec market, Leclerc Communication, which already owns WKND and BLVD, is abandoning the idea of ​​buying CHOI Radio X.

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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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Legault wants a long-term strategy on floods

The Caquist government wants to give itself a “long-term strategy” on floods. Upon his return to the House on Tuesday after the floods that struck several regions of Quebec, Prime Minister François Legault said he wanted to bring together his ministers concerned and the Secretary General of the government to plan for the future. However, […]

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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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