40,000 COVID-19 deaths in Canada

To date, the COVID-19 pandemic has claimed more than 40,000 lives in Canada. That’s almost as many as the number of soldiers here who perished in World War II. It is also as if all the residents of Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Timmins, Ontario, or even Boucherville, Quebec had died. A tragedy in 6 waves … Read more

The “formidable intellectual dishonesty” of André Arthur

André Arthur will have polarized his listeners and public opinion in Quebec throughout his career. The controversial 78-year-old host died of COVID-19 yesterday. • Read also: Death of controversial host André Arthur Claude Thibodeau, who has owned radio stations in the Old Capital and who has worked in the media world for several decades, is … Read more

Singer Régine, the “queen of the night”, has died

Published on : 05/01/2022 – 13:25 Long queen of Parisian nights, businesswoman, Régine, who died on Sunday at the age of 92, was known to the public for songs like “La grande Zoa”, “Azzurro”, “Les p’tits papiers” or ” Patchouli Chinchilla”. Laa singer Régine died at the age of 92, announced on Sunday 1er May, … Read more

23 new deaths attributable to COVID

Quebec has counted 23 new deaths attributable to the coronavirus as well as a marked drop in hospitalizations with 2,326 in hospitals in the province, including 85 patients in intensive care. THE SITUATION IN QUEBEC AS OF APRIL 28, 2022 – 1,039,426 people infected (+1,768)* – 14,951 deaths (+23) – 2326 people hospitalized *191 entries … Read more

Africa’s weekly health bulletin

(Ecofin Agency) – Every Saturday, Ayi Renaud Dossavi provides an update on health news in Africa. More than a million children vaccinated against malaria More than one million children in Ghana, Kenya and Malawi have now received one or more doses of the world’s first malaria vaccine, under a pilot program coordinated by the World … Read more