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The art of making new friends
CHRONICLE/The trading market has been closed for three weeks. Since then, several players have taken the opportunity to make a lot of new friends.See the Story
Topring has adopted a co-presidency model: a succession of two heads
Two years ago, Anne-Catherine Ménard took over from her father Louis at the head of Topring. After ten years of preparation, she was finally ready to take over the torch of this Granby family business launched in 1979. But the continuation of this adventure was going to be done by adopting a co-presidency model.See the Story
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World Cup · Kranjska Gora
KRANJSKA GORA | WOMEN'S GIANT SLALOM
Mikaela Shiffrin is in the homestretch of becoming Alpine skiing's all-time winningest female athlete. On Saturday, however, a sixth-place finish in the giant slalom in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia ensured the Edwards skier will have to keep striving for at least another week to reach the finish line. The 27-year-old has amassed 81 World Cup victories, winning 51 slaloms.See the Story
50% Center coverage: 6 sources
Nicklas Backstrom and Tom Wilson close to returning to the Capitals
Nicklas Backstrom and Tom Wilson are being activated off injured reserve. The playmaking center and power winger are expected to play Sunday. Backstrom had offseason left hip resurfacing surgery on a nagging injury. Wilson underwent surgery to repair a torn ACL in his left knee.See the Story
Coverage: 2 sources
Drug shortages are an “alarm signal,” say pharmacists - Beauce Média
TORONTO — Drug shortages across the country are warning signs about the vulnerability of Canada's supply system, experts say. Across the country, people are struggling to find adult cold, cough, and flu medications, right on the heels of a shortage of medications for fever and pain for children that is still not fully resolved. “It's a bit of a wake-up call,” said Joelle Walker, vice-president of public and professional affairs at the Canadian P…See the Story
Coverage: 2 sources
Young Quebecers are the least optimistic about the climate crisis
Eco-anxiety in young people can express itself in various forms, psychologist says. It can range from mild to severe: you can have physiological signs like shortness of breath, sweating, insomnia or even a lump in your stomach. Some will feel despair or significant pessimism about the future and life decisions.See the Story
67% Center coverage: 3 sources
Trois-Rivières · Trois-Rivières
The mayor of Trois-Rivières takes a break due to an “unhealthy work climate”
TROIS-RIVIÈRES, Que. — The mayor of Trois-Rivières, Jean Lamarche, announced Monday that he is suspending his municipal activities for “a few weeks” due to an “unhealthy work climate” on the city council. In a brief statement, the mayor's team specified that this downtime is necessary for Mr. Lamarche to allow him to reposition himself “in the face of the unhealthy work climate that reigns around the city council table.” “Unfortunate to have to …See the Story
100% Center coverage: 1 sources