We spoke to Henry Zavriyev about his lucky find and generous act.
We spoke to anglos who (actively) support the protection of the French language, cementing the fact that language debates are a thing of the past.
The provincial government’s authorization of family gatherings for four days over Christmas left religious minorities feeling slighted.
A French translation of this week’s editorial.
Gotcha journalism may get clicks, but it doesn’t protect French or ease decades-old tensions over divisive language politics.
Amnesty International has called out Legault & co. for pulling out of a national meeting about systemic racism while the constitutionality of Bill 21 is being debated in Superior Court.
A record 74 million Americans voted for Biden, but 70 million voted for Trump.
If a Muslim teacher instead of a Québécois teacher was proselytizing in their classroom, how quickly would action have been taken?
“One can debate to infinity the right to say all words, but isn’t the real question: should we?”
The official response to what is happening to the Mi’kmaq in Nova Scotia and the Algonquin in Quebec is symptomatic of widespread systemic racism and ignorance.