What does 2023 hold for us?

After the pandemic shock, it is an economic shock that we collectively began to suffer in 2022.

What does 2023 hold for us?

After the pandemic shock, it is an economic shock that we collectively began to suffer in 2022. And there is no indication that this will improve as the new year turns.

In fact, it's quite the opposite: prepare for bad economic news — including a very possible recession — to multiply in 2023.

This is one of the main findings of the major end-of-year dossier that we are publishing today and in which journalists from all our sections participated.

A major exercise

In addition to this economic reality that is likely to mark 2023, our journalists have taken part in the exercise of trying to predict what the new year will look like in a host of sectors of activity.

What could and what should happen, as we celebrate by collectively turning the last page of the calendar?

In short, all the sections of the Journal are participating in this exercise which is certainly not scientific, but which nevertheless allows us to anticipate what awaits us in the coming months. On this long holiday, we are convinced that you will appreciate taking the time to read this special 30-page file.

You will be able to easily recognize the pages that make it up, using the “What 2023 has in store for us” sticker that they all display.

Great missing

As is the case at the end of each year, we are also taking advantage of this last edition of 2022 to mark the departure of personalities from all walks of life who have left us during the last 12 months.

Happy reading and Happy New Year!

Sebastien Menard

Publisher and editorLe Journal de Québec

What does 2023 have in store for us in education? With the arrival of Bernard Drainville at the head of the Ministry of Education, many are holding their breath, impatient to know what solutions will be put in place to patch up the school network when education is supposed to be "the priority of priorities" of the Legault government.

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Climate change, loss of biodiversity, food waste, plastic pollution, mining boom... In 2023, "environmental issues will take up all the space", summarizes Anne-Céline Guyon, climate project manager at Nature Québec. As time is running out for the planet, here are some issues that will mark the next year.

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The year 2023 promises its share of challenges for Justin Trudeau's Liberals. Faced with a feisty new Conservative leader, the Prime Minister will have the difficult task of satisfying the New Democrats of Jagmeet Singh, with whom the alliance seems every day more fragile than it seemed at the start. The attacks will also come from the provinces, which are for the moment united in their desire to obtain a significant increase in health transfers.

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From the war in Ukraine to the death of Queen Elizabeth II, passing through the Winter Olympics in Beijing and the new images of space offered by the James Webb telescope, the year 2022 has seen all the colors on the international scene. Here's what 2023 has in store for us all over the map

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After years of planning, the tramway project will become more concrete for the citizens of Quebec, with the start of construction in the summer of 2023.

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Despite the chronic underfunding of justice, the courts will continue to hear cases in 2023, many of which will have an impact on Quebecers or will certainly be talked about. The Journal presents some of them to you.

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Enormous challenges await the health network in 2023. Hardly shaken after nearly three years of the COVID-19 pandemic and a serious shortage of personnel, the government will have to work double, even triple, to straighten out the pitiful network. state. Curbing the crisis in hospitals, negotiations with nurses, reforms and COVID-19... these are not the major projects that are missing next year.

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Rocket launches towards meteorites and the moons of Jupiter and commissioning of a new telescope: the next scientific year will once again and above all be marked by numerous advances in the field of astronomy. Here's what the world of science has in store for us in 2023.

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After a short warm-up period this fall, it is at the start of the parliamentary term, on January 31, that the real game will begin for the second term of the Legault government. Well in the saddle with a very strong majority, he will have to fight on several fronts to avoid the collapse of several essential services already in tatters.

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The year 2023 could be even more eventful than 2022. Five issues in particular should hold our attention. Some of them could even escalate into World War III.

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As a result of the fight against inflation, Quebec's economy, like that of many countries, will be heading towards a recession in 2023. At least, the odds are estimated at 75% by economists at iA Financial Group.

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The year 2022 was punctuated by multiple economic shocks: high inflation, the war in Ukraine, the sharp rises in interest rates, the stock market rout, the marked fall in the bond market, the collapse of cryptocurrencies, the surge gasoline, the escalation of the residential real estate market...

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Would you like to pay less tax on your next return and maximize the deductions to which you are entitled? Follow the guide.

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For the first time in three years, the world of arts and culture can look forward without fearing the perverse effects of a new wave of COVID-19. This health lull does not mean that our favorite artists are out of the woods and that there will be no challenges to overcome in 2023, quite the contrary. In fact, when we look into our cultural crystal ball, several questions appear at the start of the year.

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There was a time when the succession of the Canadian was not glorious. There have been big black holes with Jarred Tinordi, Nathan Beaulieu, Jacob De La Rose, Michael McCarron, Nikita Scherbak, Brett Lernout and Noah Juulsen as the main faces in the prospects.

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Danger, danger, a home run is announced... Starring Aaron Judge, Vladimir Guerrero Jr. and Quebecer Charles Leblanc, the year 2023 looks very promising in the world of baseball as the events to come go far beyond the framework major leagues.

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There will be no shortage of action in 2023 in the effervescent world of Canadian soccer. We only have to look in our backyard to be convinced.

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Hostilities between the PGA and LIV Golf are far from over. Like a bottomless pit, the new circuit distributes the millions to dip into the court of the traditional league, creating tensions that will go to court.

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Will Patrick Roy stay with the Quebec Remparts or not? Is the NHL still an option for him? Of all the questions likely to be answered in 2023, Roy's future is sure to be the most talked about. At the dawn of the new year, we try to see more clearly.

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The two most dominant Quebec athletes on the international scene today will try to add to their rich record in the coming months. Moguls specialist Mikaël Kingsbury is aiming for a third double at the Freestyle Skiing World Championship after his titles in 2019 and 2021 while long track speed skater Laurent Dubreuil is looking for a second consecutive world crown which will be contested in the Mecca of his sport in Heerenveen in the Netherlands.

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Since Sidney Crosby, no player has aroused as much envy as the young Connor Bedard. With his draft and his NHL debut, the forward is likely to be the focus of 2023. However, with the sale of the Senators, the seemingly endless magic of Connor McDavid and teams we don expected at the top this season, there will be plenty of action in the NHL.

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