The Confinement at Cegep Age

12/02/2022 The Social Eyes 0

Students at John Abbott College wrote about the COVID-19 crisis in their French language media course. The following translations come from that course. Many students couldn’t celebrate reaching the age of majority with their classmates. In confinement, they gained an awareness of the impacts of […] See more

Collective Kitchens to Fight Inflation

08/25/2022 Colin McGregor 0

By Colin McGregor Food insecurity is a growing phenomenon. With the growing inflation of food prices in supermarkets, many have taken an interest in collective kitchens. The principle behind the more than 1,200 collective kitchens in Quebec is simple: participants share the cost of food […] See more

Keys to a Healthy Relationship

08/19/2022 Raymond Viger 0

By Raymond Viger I’ve already told you, in these columns, of the macho education that men got in the 1950s and 60s when it came to romantic relationships. Think of James Bond during the Sean Connery era, or Humphrey Bogart. A star would kiss a […] See more

Suicides in Wemotaci: Collective Grief

07/11/2022 The Social Eyes 0

By Alexandra Grenier Michel Tousignant is a retired associate professor in the psychology department at UQAM. He is a specialist in suicides in different communities around the world, but particularly in indigenous communities. The Social Eyes interviewed him to get his observations on the way […] See more