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The Douglas Hospital has revived a successful program to treat teenagers with serious mental health problems. The dialectical behavior therapy or DBT group was put on hold last year by the regional health agency to make…
01.19 / 10:21
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Halfway through the season, the Canadiens had a very poor showing against the defending Stanley Cup…
01.19 / 03:35
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A preliminary report filed Wednesday offered no real new information about what caused the equipment breakdown that forced the shut down of the western section of the Orange…
01.19 / 03:15
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A Quebec coroner is calling for stiffer penalties against drivers who are caught texting or talking on their handheld…
01.19 / 01:53
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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Wednesday that when asked questions in English at a town hall meeting on Tuesday in Sherbrooke, he should have replied in…
01.19 / 01:53
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Montreal's Executive Committee wants taxis in Montreal to require surveillance cameras, however there is no date set for the measure to be…
01.19 / 01:33
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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Wednesday that when asked questions in English at a town hall meeting on Tuesday in Sherbrooke, he should have replied in…
01.18 / 23:11
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A Quebec City restaurant's initiative to offer leftovers from customers' plates to people otherwise going hungry has prompted a visit from Ministry of Agriculture food…
01.18 / 19:48
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The Montreal Neurological Institute has received $250,000 to fund the three-year project to will expand language options and content in Arabic, Farsi, Mandarin and other…
01.18 / 19:07
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The late legendary Montreal musician Leonard Cohen will provide inspiration for more than a dozen visual artists and musicians as part of a special expo by Montreal's Museum of Contemporary Art and CBC/Radio-Canada for the city's 375th anniversary…
01.18 / 19:07
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Contracting and procurement can be a tricky process, especially for new businesses. To help them out, the Qikiqtani Inuit Association and Baffinland Iron Mines Corp. will co-host community workshops this month, offering support and guidance to Inuit-owned businesses interested in learning how to participate in the process. The workshops will touch on project contracting opportunities at Mary River and how to get pre-qualified for contracts. The Kakivak Association will also…
01.18 / 18:33
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A former Cambridge Bay housing association manager accused of fraud will appear in court April 3 in Cambridge Bay after his case was pushed forward again during last week’s circuit court session. Jim Peckham, 59, is accused of fraud in excess $5,000. A court document obtained by Nunatsiaq News alleges that “between February 2012 and May 2014 in Cambridge Bay he defrauded the housing authority of $133,500 by transferring company money to a personally issued credit card.”…
01.18 / 17:12
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Dan Day, famed Marvel Comics artist who has drawn Wolverine, Swamp Thing and Captain America, is about to add a new superhero to his resumé: Polarman. Day is one of three artists contributing comic panels for a virtual reality film Pinnguaq is making about Iqaluit’s famous homegrown crime fighter and community helper. Other artists include Pangnirtung’s Andrew Qappik—who says comic books enticed him into drawing when he was a kid—and Toronto graphic artist…
01.18 / 13:48
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If you live in the High Arctic and worry about a repeat of the 5.9 magnitude earthquake that interrupted your dinnertime Jan. 8, don’t fret—the last one was a long time ago and a similar earthquake isn’t likely to happen again in your lifetime. Nicholas Ackerley, a seismologist at Natural Resources Canada, said the latest event in the Barrow Strait near Cornwallis Island, which has so far produced about 10 smaller aftershocks since the original Jan. 8 earthquake, was…
01.18 / 12:07
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Photographer Mikaël Theimer has channelled his frustration with Montreal's never-ending construction into a game through playful pictures showcasing the city's gutted …
01.18 / 11:40
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About 500 people packed an armoury in Sherbrooke for the first Quebec stop in a cross-country tour by the Prime…
01.18 / 03:52
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Many of the 13 declared candidates for the leadership of the Conservative party struggled in their second language during a debate in Quebec…
01.18 / 02:11
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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is holding a town hall meeting in Sherbrooke, Que., scheduled to begin at 7…
01.17 / 23:30
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The STM will release more details Wednesday about the problems with the Azur trains that led to the shutdown of the Orange metro line on…
01.17 / 23:30
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The consequences for mistreating animals are worse than for mistreating seniors, a well-known Quebec patient’s rights advocate is a…
01.17 / 22:48
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