The province’s COVID-19 vaccination campaign is getting set to widen its focus to the general population, as Quebecers who are 80 and older will be able to get shots as early as next week, Radio-Canada has learned. People who are between 70 and 79, and live in the Greater Montreal area will also be able to get the shots.
He created an online talk show and broadcasts it live on Facebook, and people can't get enough of it.
The owner of S.W. Welch bookstore says he can't afford to pay the significant increase his landlord his asking for. This comes after a very difficult year for non-essential stores, including lockdown closures and loss of foot traffic and tourism dollars.
The landscape of Montreal public transit is expected to be overhauled in the next decade, but residents in the east end neighbourhood of Rivière-des-Prairies say those changes won't do anything to address their need for better service.