Highlights / 2019

Health

Slight increase of cannabis use in Quebec compared to last year

There has been a minor increase in cannabis users between 2018 and 2019, according to results from the 2019 version of Quebec Cannabis Survey.  The report, which was released earlier today, found that the proportion of Quebecers aged 15 and »

Health, Politics, Society

Police move in to clear a ‘tent city’ in Ottawa

A stand-off between authorities in Ottawa and members of a so-called ‘tent city’ within sight of Parliament Hill’s Peace Tower has apparently ended–at least for the moment. On Sunday, the National Capital Commission issued a written notice–posted on a tree–telling »

Internet, Science & Technology, Society

Museum of Nature invites the public to see hidden collections

On October 19, 2019 the Canadian Museum of Nature invites the public in to see specimens of plants, animals, fossils and minerals that it usually keeps behind closed doors. The open house will give people access to dinosaur bones and »

The Link

The LINK Online, March 29, 30, 31, 2019

Your hosts Lynn Desjardins, Levon Sevunts and Terry Haig. (Video of show at bottom) UN asks Canada to extend peacekeeping mission in Mali The United Nations has formally asked Canada to extend its peacekeeping mission in Mali for a few »

The Link

The LINK Online, March 22, 23, 24, 2019

Your hosts: Lynn Desjardins, Levon Sevunts and Terry Haig. (Video of show at bottom.) Public hearing on oil and gas development in eastern Arctic wrap up in Iqaluit Public hearings on potential oil and gas development in the waters between »