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

Do Chameleons Really Change Color?

08/11/2022 The Social Eyes 0

Laurie Noreau – The Rumor Detector – Agence Science-Presse From red to green via yellow and purple: certain videos would lead you to believe that if you plop a chameleon on any color surface, it will quickly tint its skin to match the surface.  But are chameleons really […] See more

The Colorful Pages of Quebec Diversity

08/09/2022 The Social Eyes 0

By Lewis Gagnon For the past few years, interest in LGBTQ+ literature has grown world-wide. This has also been true in Quebec. From American contemporary fiction writers like Adam Silvera to Quebec authors like Samuel Champagne, LGBTQ+ literature has carved out a niche for itself, […] See more

Why Go Hungry When You Want To Eat?

08/01/2022 Raymond Viger 0

A Diet Isn’t Starvation By Raymond Viger  I’ve told you about my 10 months without smoking a cigarette, and a couple of the side effects I’ve experienced while I stopped smoking. One thing that was important for me was to not get any fatter despite […] See more