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Sean Connery, never never again

“The concern of an actor or an author is not credibility, but to make time disappear. I really think the only times you have fun, are happy, swing, as they say, is when you don't know what time it is ... ”: Sean Connery defined himself in 1965 in an interview with Playboy. And at the news of the actor's death at the age of 90, time freezes in the sixties. Connery may have love-hate relations...
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Steffen Henssler makes Laura Wontorra cry in a cooking show with a studio guest

Vox broadcast: Steffen Henssler makes Laura Wontorra cry in a cooking show with studio guest Steffen Henssler clearly won his cooking match at "Grill den Henssler" (VOX), but somehow that didn't matter this time. Laura Wontorra was downright shocked by a surprise and got pee in her eyes: Her papa, Jörg Wontorra, was a surprise guest! Pee because of daddy! Laura Wontorra was really flabbergasted when suddenly Detlef Steves didn't hop out of the backdrop as a guest as she expected - but her father, sports presenter legend Jörg Wontorra! "What are you doing with me for things?", She asked the "cook of the cooks", Steffen Henssler, stunned, who was thievingly happy about the successful ...
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Horror night in Quebec: a waking nightmare

Quebec woke up in the middle of a nightmare yesterday morning after a disguised murderer coldly murdered two people in addition to wounding five others with a sword, in peaceful Old Quebec in the middle of Halloween night. • Read also: The others injured in the attack in Quebec: in the wrong place at the wrong time The alleged murderer in this case, Carl Girouard, has cast a dark veil over a rare, somewhat festive evening during this pandemic. The tragedy has been described as a "night of horror" by Prime Minister François Legault. In his bloody run between 10:20 p.m. and 1 a.m., the 24-year-old man from the North Shore of Montreal allegedly took the lives of two people who had the only thing in common to have found themselves in the wrong place in bad time. ...
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Successful return, firsts and record, what should also be remembered from the sports weekend

Yes, the XV of France beat Ireland, but finished in second place in the Six Nations Tournament, behind England. The French players applauded by the Irish, October 31, 2020. FRANCK FIFE / AFP Yes, LOSC and Olympique Lyonnais did not manage to decide on Sunday evening (1-1) behind closed doors at the Pierre-Mauroy stadium. Yes, the Tour de France 2021 route is now known, with a double dose of Mont Ventoux in particular. The route of the Tour 2021. HANDOUT / AFP But something else happened this weekend in the sports world. And you may have missed it. The three weekend lessons From your contamination, you will recover Cristiano Ronaldo, November 1, 2020. VINCENZO PINT...
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Cosmetics 100% from here for 40 years

La Maison Clayton Shagal, a family business, has been concocting unisex cosmetics made entirely in Quebec for almost 40 years. On the eve of this anniversary, Lyse Denommé, president and co-founder, observes how far it has come since the launch, in 1982, of this high-end brand of cosmetic products. “If you look back, we were clothing manufacturers, but we were starting to face competition from Asia. A friend told us about a cream and it interested us. We did our research and we visited laboratories. We wanted to have the most natural products possible, ”recalls M.me Denomme who co-founded the company with Daniel Renaud. The family succession is today ensured by Mélany Renaud and her brother, Robert, who occupy key positions in the company. The adventure...
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In Josée Lavigueur’s fridge

Josée Lavigueur is a health model that inspires so many people in Quebec. A media columnist for 25 years, Josée is also a businesswoman who launched Ma ZONE FIT in 2018, a highly successful digital fitness platform. If we know the public figure, few know what is hiding in his fridge! Foray into Josée's kitchen! Josée, you started your career in dance, did you feel the pressure to have the thinnest skinny body possible? I think the pressure back then was even greater than it is today. Thirty years ago, when ...
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The role of the notary during a refinancing

Question from Miguel, one of our readers: I would like to renovate my home and I plan to refinance my mortgage with my financial institution. Do I have to go to the notary again? And how much will this process cost me approximately? According to the information obtained from the Chambre des notaires du Québec, it should be noted that under article 2693 of the Civil Code of Québec, “the immovable hypothec must, under pain of absolute nullity, be constituted by a deed notarized in minute ”. In other words, the mortgage you grant on your building to guarantee your creditor the sums you owe him must necessarily be carried out by a notary. This situation can arise in several cases, for example if you took out a mortgage loan to buy a property, or if you carried out ...
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Buying a house with bad credit, is it possible?

Mortgage lenders use your credit history to determine your risk as a borrower. To better categorize you, you are granted a credit score that varies between 300 and 900 points. Under 600, it is almost impossible to obtain financing with chartered banks (such as BMO, RBC and TD, to name a few). Above 680 points, banks begin to be less cautious about granting you a mortgage. And if you've recently filed for bankruptcy or a consumer proposal, you normally have to wait a minimum of 2 years for the banks to consider your case. It's not the sexiest thing to say, but if you can do it, it's often better to wait until your situation improves before you own a property. The best thing is to put in place a plan of action to correct your credit report. That was the fla...
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A new molecular gateway for the coronavirus

A major biochemical study reports that neuropilin-1, a receptor expressed on the surface of several types of cells, facilitates infection with the coronavirus and could therefore represent an interesting new therapeutic target for the development of drugs against COVID-19. In order to infect human cells, the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 responsible for COVID-19 must first attach to their surface, which subsequently allows it to enter the cells and leave the cells. reproduce there. Understanding the biochemical mechanisms that govern this interaction of the virus with cells is therefore at the heart of efforts to develop antiviral therapies and vaccines capable of neutralizing the virus to put an end to the current COVID-19 pandemic. Cut to better infect It was qu...
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Covid-19: private clinics to the rescue of public hospitals

At the Estrée-ELSAN clinic, which welcomes patients with Covid-19, in Stains (Seine-Saint-Denis), on October 14. BENOIT TESSIER / REUTERS It was one of “Ignition delays” denounced during the first wave of the Covid-19 epidemic. While public hospitals found themselves saturated in some regions, first and foremost the Grand-Est, managers of private clinics were moved to see their establishments empty, waiting for patients affected by SARS-CoV-2, after having stopped all their activity. Article reserved for our subscribers Read also In the fight against the coronavirus, private clinics and hospitals still feel underutilized For this second wave, on the ground, the discourse is widely shared: collaboration between p...
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The CFCM is working on the training of imams

The rector of the Great Mosque of Paris, Chems-Eddine Hafiz, at the Elysee Palace on October 19, 2020. - PIERRE VILLARD / SIPA Following the attacks, the French Council for Muslim Worship is working on preventing radicalization and training religious executives. It must be said that Emmanuel Macron, at the beginning of October, had given six months to the CFCM, the main interlocutor of the public authorities, to create a procedure for "labeling imam training". The association therefore worked this weekend on the deconstruction of extremist discourse, theological work or even the "common course for the trainin...
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Massive demonstration in Bangkok to support King Rama X

The King of Thailand, Maha Vajiralongkorn, saluting his supporters in Bangkok on November 1, 2020. - Wason Wanichakorn / AP / SIPA Demonstrations follow one another in Thailand, but this time it is the supporters of King Maha Vajiralongkorn who have taken to the streets. Thousands of royalists gathered in front of the Grand Palace in Bangkok on Sunday to greet Rama X, his reign name, after months of protests in favor of reform of the monarchy and more democracy. As thousands of protesters in Thailand demand reform to the monarchy, the King has told Channel 4 News/CNN in an exclusive interview that "we love th...