North Korea tests new weapons system

North Korea has tested a new weapons system that will increase the effectiveness of its tactical nuclear weapons, state media said on Sunday. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un observed the test of the new tactical guided missile, which will increase the firepower of long-range artillery and “improve the operational efficiency of the DPRK’s (Democratic … Read more

A bloodless coup

Tomorrow we celebrate the 40th anniversary of Trudeau Sr.’s 1982 nationalization of the Constitution to change it. • Also read: 40 years ago, Canada was re-established without Quebec It is no exaggeration to speak of re-establishing Canada through a bloodless coup d’état. straitjacket This coup was preceded by a deception unprecedented in our modern history. … Read more

Covid-19: Parsonage Turner Syndrome, a possible side effect of the vaccine

Covid-19: China targets children aged 3+ technology 69 views To date, the vast majority of side effects from Covid-19 vaccines have been expected and have not been serious. Cases of Parsonage Turner Syndrome following injections of Pfizer bioNTech vaccine doses have been reported in recent days. Why is ? Is the vaccine really involved? Since … Read more

Alexis Lafrenière shows all his talent

Quebec’s Alexis Lafrenière is a low key scorer, but sometimes he reminds everyone why he was the first-ever pick in the 2020 draft. The striker provided a spectacular two goals in New York Rangers’ 4-0 win the Detroit Red Wings, Saturday afternoon, at Madison Square Garden. • Also read: Greater Toronto Hockey League: Moved from … Read more

The Russian question at the heart of the French presidential election?

Our columnist Mathieu Bock-Côté is currently in France observing French news from a Quebec perspective. The invasion of Ukraine by Putin’s Russia in late February hit the French presidential campaign hard, nearly disappearing from the news for several weeks. This event, as brutal as it was unforeseen, highlighted Emmanuel Macron, turning him into an interlocutor … Read more

QS wants to end mental health waiting lists

Québec Solidaire (QS) would immediately hire nearly 2,000 professionals on the public network to put an end to “appalling” mental health waiting lists when it took power next October. • Also read: Bulletins of the week in the National Assembly • Also read: Family drama could have been avoided with better training This first electoral … Read more

Your Postal District | The press

There’s life after work at the most famous police station in TV history. Here’s what to expect from some of the mainstays district 31when the series is over. Posted at 12:00 p.m Marc Andre Lemieux The press Luc Dionne (Author) Luc Dionne may have finished writing district 31 At the beginning of March, he was … Read more

Bird flu: False alarms in two suspected areas of Estri

These farms in Saint-Alphonse-de-Granby were suspected to have been fourth and fifth this week to have been hit by the virus. Corresponding’Canadian Food Safety AuthorityCFIAit was the producers themselves who warned the agency of the possible presence of bird flu among their animals. Someone called to report symptoms resembling a reportable illnessexplains Dr. Marc Bertrand, … Read more