Montrealers protest against man guilty of sexual abuse ‘inadequate’ sentence – Montreal

in Jul 10, 2022

By Staff The Canadian Press Posted July 10, 2022 3:05 pm Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ Hundreds of people are rallying in front of Montreal’s courthouse today to denounce a light sentence imposed on a man who pleaded guilty to sexual assault and voyeurism. Protest co-organizer[…]

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Quebec provides new incentives to attract more daycare workers – Montreal

in Jan 17, 2022

The Quebec government is setting some ambitious hiring goals to make up for a shortage of daycare educators. Family Minister Mathieu Lacombe and Labour Minister Jean Boulet announced plans to hire 18,000 new daycare educators and upgrade the skills of 7,000 current ones. Some major incentives are being offered to attract workers to the[…]

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Hiring blitz at Quebec businesses considered ‘essential services’

Hiring blitz at Quebec businesses considered ‘essential services’

in Mar 25, 2020

While operations at many Quebec businesses have come to a grinding halt due to novel coronavirus safety measures, others are scrambling to find new employees. All non-essential businesses are now closed in Quebec in an effort to slow the COVID-19 pandemic. They’ve been ordered to stay that way until at least April 13. READ MORE: Coronavirus:[…]

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Trudeau not the prime minister of Quebec: Saskatchewan premier

Trudeau not the prime minister of Quebec: Saskatchewan premier

in Mar 07, 2019

[ad_1] Two western premiers say the SNC-Lavalin affair is distracting Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at a time when he should be focused on jobs in their region. Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe took aim Thursday at the prime minister’s comments about 9,000 jobs tied to the Quebec company. “I remind the prime minister again, he’s not the[…]

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Morneau won’t say if there was pressure put on Wilson-Raybould, says his focus is jobs

Morneau won’t say if there was pressure put on Wilson-Raybould, says his focus is jobs

in Feb 28, 2019

[ad_1] Finance Minister Bill Morneau wouldn’t comment Thursday if there was “implicit pressure” on Jody Wilson-Raybould to intervene in the SNC-Lavalin case and said his job was to continue ensuring Canadians can get jobs. Morneau also wouldn’t comment on allegations he and his office pressured her to intervene. [ad_2] Source link

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Wilson-Raybould: Morneau stressed the need to ‘save jobs’ on SNC-Lavalin

Wilson-Raybould: Morneau stressed the need to ‘save jobs’ on SNC-Lavalin

in Feb 27, 2019

[ad_1] Former attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould described for the House of Commons justice committee the pressure she received from Finance Minister Bill Morneau on the SNC-Lavalin file to, as she said Morneau pressured her to consider possible job losses in the province of Quebec. [ad_2] Source link

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‘Tinder of immigration’: Quebec outlines plan for how to welcome newcomers – Montreal

‘Tinder of immigration’: Quebec outlines plan for how to welcome newcomers – Montreal

in Feb 07, 2019

[ad_1] Quebec Immigration Minister Simon Jolin-Barrette laid out his plan Thursday for how his government plans to welcome newcomers. He tabled Bill 9, saying it lays the groundwork for the Coalition Avenir Québec (CAQ) election promise to change the way the province selects its immigrants. READ MORE: CBSA charges woman with taking money to help refugees into Canada This[…]

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Quebec Education Department admits to surveying schools on religious symbols – Montreal

Quebec Education Department admits to surveying schools on religious symbols – Montreal

in Feb 05, 2019

[ad_1] Quebec’s Education Department admitted Tuesday it began surveying schools months ago about how many employees wear religious symbols on the job. The Canadian Press obtained a copy of a survey sent to schools across the province asking principals to count the number of teachers and other personnel who wear visible religious symbols. Last week,[…]

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Quebec government to table ban on religious signs, mulls grandfather clause – Montreal

Quebec government to table ban on religious signs, mulls grandfather clause – Montreal

in Jan 30, 2019

[ad_1] Quebec Premier François Legault said his government is ready to table a bill to ban public employees in authority positions from wearing religious symbols. READ MORE: Quebec’s proposed religious symbol ban for public workers fuelled by specific symbols: study The Coalition Avenir Québec (CAQ) government is in Gatineau on Wednesday and Thursday for a caucus[…]

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