Nunavik: The Great White Rip-off
Culture
By Raymond Viger In 1975 the Cree, the Inuit and the Québec government signed the James Bay and Northern Québec Agreement (CBJNQ in French). This land claim settlement defined the “who does what.” This first modern treaty defined the financial …
From Dropout to Motivator (Part I)
Addiction
“My thing I’m proudest of is that I chose to build my life rather than destroy it,” says Nicolas Legault. At 35, this young man had some difficult challenges to overcome before realizing that a positive, perseverant attitude would lead …
I Vote for Sex Ed
Codependency
 Opinion Letter – #metoo In July of 2020, a new wave of denunciations of sexual assault, harassment and sexual violence created a storm on Québec social media. By Noémie-Jade Fisher-Chonière, age 20 After the “aggression non dénoncée,” “yes all women,” …
Beating Leukemia
Education
Sickness, accidents, mourning: all part of life. How can we confront the storm and learn to live again when these challenges shake our daily life? One young Quebecker, Jean-Gilles Gadoury, tells his story of fighting against the odds. An inspiring …
Parents, Teachers and Sex
Education
In 2005, the Quebec education ministry shut down sex ed in Quebec classrooms. But in December 2017, the wind direction changed. La Fédération des comités de parents du Québec (The Quebec Federation of Parents’ Committees) hailed the return of sex …