War, hostages, antisemitism: A sombre backdrop to this year's Passover observances
Montreal Gazette
by The Associated Press
14m ago
Passover is a major Jewish holiday, celebrated over seven or eight days each year, commemorating the exodus of ancient Israelites from slavery in Egypt, as recounted in the Bible. To many Jews, it symbolizes freedom and the birth of a Jewish nation. Read More ..read more
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Stu Cowan: Women's hockey the big winner at sold-out Bell Centre
Montreal Gazette
by Stu Cowan, Montreal Gazette
14m ago
About an hour before the start of Saturday afternoon's PWHL game between Montreal and Toronto, there was a party atmosphere outside the Bell Centre. Read More ..read more
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'We need it now': Protesters press Quebec to reopen Lachine Hospital ICU
Montreal Gazette
by Andy Riga
1h ago
Since the Lachine Hospital closed its intensive care unit in 2020, Danielle Carter has been worried for the safety of 20 critically ventilated patients at the adjacent Camille Lefebvre long-term-care CHSLD pavilion. Read More ..read more
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PWHL: Toronto beats Montreal 3-2 in OT before record crowd
Montreal Gazette
by Jillian Page, Montreal Gazette
3h ago
Sarah Nurse scored twice, including the overtime winner, and Kristen Campbell made 37 saves as Toronto defeated Montreal 3-2 before a record crowd in the Professional Women’s Hockey League on Saturday afternoon at the Bell Centre. Read More ..read more
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Indigenous healing lodges face chronic underfunding across Canada, critics say
Montreal Gazette
by The Canadian Press
4h ago
SAINT-ALPHONSE-RODRIGUEZ, Que. — Every morning, Indigenous men at the Waseskun Healing Centre north of Montreal gather for a healing circle, where they smudge, share stories and sometimes gain spiritual guidance from elders. Read More ..read more
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Auger-Aliassime falls to Struff in Bavarian International quarterfinal
Montreal Gazette
by The Canadian Press
5h ago
MUNICH — Montreal's Félix Auger-Aliassime lost 7-5, 6-4 to Germany's Jan-Lennard Struff in a men's quarterfinal Saturday at the Bavarian International Tennis Championships. Read More ..read more
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A coffee roastery in Finland has launched an AI-generated blend. The results were surprising
Montreal Gazette
by The Associated Press
7h ago
HELSINKI — An artisan roastery based in the Finnish capital has introduced a coffee blend that has been developed by artificial intelligence in a trial in which it's hoped that technology can ease the workload in a sector that traditionally prides itself on manual work. Read More ..read more
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More support needed for vulnerable people in Montreal's Village, community members say
Montreal Gazette
by The Canadian Press
7h ago
Members of the community in Montreal's Village neighbourhood say they've seen some improvements to local security and cleanliness, but argue Quebec needs to do more to support vulnerable people in the area. Read More ..read more
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Wrongfully convicted New Brunswick man dies months after exoneration
Montreal Gazette
by The Canadian Press
7h ago
FREDERICTON — A wrongfully convicted New Brunswick man who spent decades trying to clear his name before being declared innocent by a judge in January has died at the age of 80. Read More ..read more
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Q&A: How to freeze your eggs to preserve fertility options
Montreal Gazette
by Hayley Juhl, Montreal Gazette
7h ago
There is no one model of person who seeks fertility treatment. As technology, attitudes and accessibility evolve, so has the range of people seeking care. Read More ..read more
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