There’s plenty to get angry about this week: Johnson and Johnson, Officer 728, and how we handle complaints about doctors.
Powerful opera looks at the Argentinian Junta and its abuses through the trial of one young woman in her youth and now.
Many died. Rabbits pooped. These events are not necessarily related.
International holiday for women’s rights strongly represented in Montreal with annual march.
Pig Girl explores the emotional strength of a kidnapping victim and the sister who wants to rescue her.
When people go missing in Montreal, the SPVM website posts information to try and find them. Here are some of the recent people who are still missing.
Gripping documentary looks at prostitution and sex trafficking in the US
We’re so busy paying for our quota tickets, our pool taxes, and our soda tax that Quebecers aren’t giving so much to charity.
The police are merciless when it comes to biking tickets, but not especially consistent. One woman’s experience with the law.
Seems like this week is up for a fight: Hydro Quebec, Neil Young, dating gurus, even just getting medical marijuana.
This week’s news roundup includes short shorts in Beaconsfield, more on the dangers of London Ontario, and the best and worst of the police.