By Gary Yang The Covid-19 pandemic has deeply shaken the life of the common Quebecer. As of February 11, 3 people out of each 100 are infected in Quebec. Quebec is now the most affected province in Canada, making up 33.5% of the 817183 Canadian cases caused by the pandemic. The daily rate of infection keeps on increasing but is seeing a slight slow-down since … Continue reading COVID-19 UPDATE: Early February 2021
By Jennifer Liu Scrolling through my stories, I noticed recurrent events on several fashion influencers’ accounts. From German blogger Leonie Hanne (@leoniehanne) to philanthropist Heart Evangelista (@iamheart) and socialite Willabelle Ong (@willamazing), the fashion world is welcoming another of its fashion week season, albeit virtually. Despite the precarious pandemic situation, it seems that major fashion houses are dedicated to showcasing their hard work of the … Continue reading Fashion Weeks During COVID-19: A Rundown of Quarantine Fashion
By Amber North As the current pandemic continues to unfold, it is only to be expected for all aspects of society to be affected one way or another. But I still was shocked when I found out that Le Chateau and Bar B Barn downtown, the closest one to my house as well as my sister’s favourite restaurant, would be shutting down due to either … Continue reading How the Pandemic is Affecting Small Businesses Across Montreal
By Sarah Corbin-Garant 2020 definitely had its negative recurring impacts on Halloween night in Quebec City. In fact, at around 10 p.m., 24-year-old Carl Girouard from Sainte-Thérèse walked the streets of Old Quebec and performed a terrible carnage. With a Japanese sword, he randomly selected his victims and sadistically managed to stab and kill two people while injuring five others. François Duchesne, a 56-year-old director … Continue reading Two dead in Quebec City: a direct effect of the COVID-19 pandemic?