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Aug 2022
UK students rise up against erection of 'phallic' statue

Students from Imperial College London have protested against the installation of a statue by sculptor Anthony Gromley on campus, accusing the six-meter-high work of its 'phallic” character.Composed of an assembly of steel rectangles, the work, entitled...

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Aug 2022
Iranian nuclear: negotiators return to Vienna

After a long break, Iranian nuclear negotiators are expected in Vienna to resume the thread of difficult talks under the aegis of the EU, in yet another attempt to save a moribund agreement.• Read also: Washington requests the seizure of a plane immobilized...

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Aug 2022
New outbreak of violence in Karabakh, Baku takes several positions

Azerbaijan claimed to have taken control of several positions and destroyed Armenian targets in Nagorny Karabakh on Wednesday, during an escalation that left three dead and revived the risk of war in this mountainous enclave.'Control has been established...

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Aug 2022
New heat wave over France and Spain

LYONS | France and Spain faced their third heat wave on Wednesday since June, while the drought is more marked every day across Europe, as far as the Netherlands, which officially declared a 'water shortage”.• Read also: Drought in the Netherlands:...

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Aug 2022
Canucks: Ty Young is living a dream

Although he hails from Calgary, goaltender Ty Young has always been a fan of the Vancouver Canucks. So he jumped for joy when Team BC drafted him in the fifth round this summer.• Read also: NHL: one more season for Jesper Bratt in New JerseyYoung grew up...

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Aug 2022
MLS: the Galaxy interested in a Barcelona player

The Los Angeles Galaxy would discuss with the renowned FC Barcelona in order to acquire midfielder Riqui Puig, who would be on his departure with the European giant.• Read also: A 16-year-old prodigy signs with Charlotte FC'The Guardian' reporter...

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Aug 2022
Parliament Hill: a driver tried to break into an entrance gate

A vehicle unsuccessfully attempted to ram through a Wellington Street entrance gate to Parliament Hill in Ottawa early Wednesday morning.The perpetrator is currently in the custody of the Ottawa Police Service, which said in a statement that his vehicle "violently"...

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Aug 2022
By defending abortion, the people of Kansas also comforted Biden

Joe Biden poses again on Wednesday as a defender of the right to abortion the day after a victory for the right to abortion in the very conservative state of Kansas which reinforced him in his strategy for the mid-elections. mandate.• To read also: Kansas...

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Aug 2022
[PHOTOS] Discover the most expensive house on the Quebec market, on sale for $39.9 million

Located on the shores of Lac Tremblant, the most expensive property in Quebec is currently on the market for the modest sum of $39.9 million.Perched above a bluff overlooking the northeast's most coveted resort, the 18,880 sq. Royal LePage, who add that...

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Aug 2022
Debbie Lynch-White and Olivia Palacci in the new series "Les Bombes"

Debbie Lynch-White and Olivia Palacci will star in the new dramatic comedy from Séries Plus, written by Kim Lévesque-Lizotte.The two actresses will share the screen with their colleagues Julie de Lafrenière and Sarah Desjeunes Rico with whom they will...

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Aug 2022
Blue Jays deprived of Ross Stripling

Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Ross Stripling will be out of action for 15 days with a right hip injury.This is what the Major League Baseball organization announced on Wednesday, moments before its duel against the Tampa Bay Rays in St. Petersburg. The decision...

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Aug 2022
Isle-aux-Coudres crossing: a crew that speaks mostly English

The crew of the Svanoy, the ship that provides the crossing between Saint-Joseph-de-la-Rive and L'Isle-aux-Coudres in Charlevoix, communicates largely in English.• Read also - Traverse de L'Isle-aux-Coudres: the agreement is signed, the strike...

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Aug 2022
MP for 19 years, Marc Picard retires from political life

The Caquiste MP for Chutes-de-la-Chaudière, Marc Picard announced his departure from political life, after having represented the riding for 19 years.• To read also: Legault is heading for victory, Duhaime stops making gainsHe made the announcement on...

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Aug 2022
Fire and Flat Tires: The Misadventures of Canada's Wonderland

As a water slide attraction caught fire Sunday night at Canada's Wonderland water park in Ontario, a man was also arrested for damaging 18 cars in the park's parking lot the same day.The 29-year-old was spotted slashing tires in the Canada's...

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Aug 2022
"Excessive" profits in fossil fuels: "immoral", denounces the head of the UN

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Wednesday denounced the 'greed” of big oil and gas companies that are making record profits 'on the backs of the poorest” thanks to the crisis caused by the war in Ukraine, calling on governments to tax...

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Aug 2022
A first trailer for "Anna and Arnaud" unveiled

The first images of the 'Anna and Arnaud” series were unveiled on Tuesday.• To read also: 'Anna and Arnaud”: the difficult trajectory of a mother and a son• To read also: 'ArsenaultIn this extract of a minute and a half, we see the...

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Aug 2022
NHL: optimism reigns among the Predators

Although there are several weeks until the start of National Hockey League (NHL) training camps, many Nashville Predators players have already returned to on-ice training.• Read also: NHL: one more season for Jesper Bratt in New JerseyLed by captain Roman...

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Aug 2022
16-year-old prodigy signs with Charlotte FC

Brian Romero, 16, on Wednesday became the first Charlotte FC Academy player to sign a contract with the Major League Soccer (MLS) club.• Read also: CF Montreal at the heart of a busy streakThe midfielder will evolve in the bosom of the club at least until...

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Aug 2022
Mobilization to put local crab on the Quebec menu

A Quebec collective launched a pilot project on Wednesday to allow restaurateurs in the province to put rock crab, a local and little-known species of crab, on their menu through a group purchasing system. This was until now almost exclusively intended for...

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Aug 2022
Stunning new discovery for the creation of a male contraceptive

A new study conducted by an Australian university has discovered a natural ingredient, present in a plant, which could act as a contraceptive in men.• To read also: A contraceptive against the proliferation of gray squirrels• Read also: The new strategies...

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Aug 2022
Opposition urges City to do more about gun violence

The official opposition to the City of Montreal urges the municipal administration to do more against armed violence, while two murders in less than an hour took place Tuesday evening in the metropolis.• To read also: Two shooting murders in less than an...

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Aug 2022
British Columbia: Lululemon founder offers $380,000 to right-wing candidates

Sportswear company Lululemon founder Chip Wilson has donated $380,000 to support right-wing BC candidates and asked other wealthy people to do the same, according to the Vancouver Sun.• Read also: Forest fires in British Columbia: 200 additional residences...

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Aug 2022
Drought in the Netherlands: shortage in the “land of water”

The Netherlands on Wednesday declared an official "water shortage" in the "land of water" due to the drought that has been hitting them for several weeks and while Europe is hit by a heat wave. Dutch authorities have already imposed limits on farming and...

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Aug 2022
Pelosi on Taiwan: unnecessary bravado

After casting doubt on her intentions, Nancy Pelosi finally arrived in Taiwan on Tuesday. Regardless of the length of his stay or the content of the comments of the Speaker of the House of Representatives, something is wrong with this visit. Why now?I read...

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Aug 2022
OPEC barely opens the oil floodgates

OPEC countries decided on Thursday to slow the pace of production increases, resisting calls from US President Joe Biden to open the oil floodgates further in an attempt to stem soaring prices.• Read also: World stock markets down, worried about tensions...

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Aug 2022
UK Parliament closes TikTok account after concerns from MPs

The British Parliament on Wednesday closed its pilot account on TikTok, intended to reach a young audience, after concerns expressed by some MPs about the security of data on this social network belonging to a company based in China.• Read also: Gordon...

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Aug 2022
LCF: one game at a time for the Blue Bombers

Champions of the last two Gray Cup finals and the only undefeated team this season in the Canadian Football League, the Winnipeg Blue Bombers could fall into overconfidence. However, it is by avoiding blowing up the straps that the Manitoba club is able to...

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Aug 2022
Huge challenge for the Alouettes

The Montreal Alouettes are having a disappointing season so far and won't have it easy in their next two games.• Read also: Alouettes: an owner very active on Twitter• Read also: LCF: one game at a time for the Blue BombersThe team of general manager...

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Aug 2022
21 new COVID-related deaths in Quebec

Quebec records 21 new deaths linked to COVID-19. The province also has 2,146 people hospitalized, including 67 in intensive care.THE SITUATION IN QUEBEC AS OF AUGUST 3, 2022- 1,151,659 people infected (1505*)- 15,992 deaths (21)- 5,053 healthcare workers...

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Aug 2022
Iceland: eruption in a volcanic fissure near Reykjavik

A volcanic eruption emanating from a fissure began near Reykjavik on Wednesday, the Meteorological Institute of Iceland said.• Read also: In Iceland, the mysteries of the awakening of a dormant volcanic area for 800 yearsThe fissure, from which lava could...

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