Blues push past Wild to even series 2-2

Article content Jordan Binnington made 28 saves and snapped his nine-game postseason losing streak as the St. Louis Blues defeated the visiting Minnesota Wild 5-2 on Sunday to even the first-round playoff series at two games each. Article content Binnington, who replaced Ville Husso as starting goaltender, earned his first playoff victory since Game 7 […]

“Exceptional” heat is coming

The first heat wave of the season will hit most of Quebec this week, with temperatures even reaching 30 degrees Celsius in some places. “Quebecers will start complaining about the heat again after complaining about the coldness just four or five days ago,” laughs meteorologist Gilles Brien. Chantal Poirier Gilles Brian. Meteorologist An “exceptional” heat […]

Pandemic: Canadian mothers at their wit’s end

The pandemic continues to have a disproportionate negative impact on the mental health and careers of Canadian mothers, nearly half of whom are believed to be at breaking point. • Read also: Separated for 80 years: touching mother-daughter reunion • Read also: The demonstration of Bread and Forests: women mobilized “for our children” The survey […]

Challenges for effective access to justice

One of the most sensitive aspects in any society is justice. It is sensitive for several reasons, the first, because effective access to the country’s Courts is not always given. Legislation has many locks and for judges, it is often not so easy to interpret the general rules in such a way that legal formalisms […]

Bittersweet Mother’s Day in Ottawa as war rages in Ukraine

It’s Anna Fedorova’s first Mother’s Day in Canada after escaping Ukraine with her children. “It’s the most unexpected Mother’s Day,” Fedorova said while standing in Ottawa’s ByWard Market. The 39-year-old fled Kyiv with her son and daughter, leaving behind her husband in the war-torn country. It was a difficult decision, but she says her children’s […]