The Mother of Arborescence

03/01/2024 Raymond Viger 0

By Raymond Viger The interview takes place on a hands-free telephone, in front of the young people from the center and the parents present. Milaine Brousseau Ouellette, who has two children, operated a daycare at her home. She let the kids play outside all the […] See more

I Rap, Therefore I Am

02/23/2024 Colin McGregor 0

Book Review of Philosophie du Hip-Hop by Jérémie McEwen By Colin McGregor It is 1996. A young teenager of 16 is sitting comfortably in his parents’ living room on the edge of Parc Lafontaine. He’s listening to a documentary on the gangster rap group NWA, […] See more

Why Electric Cars Came So Late

02/02/2024 Raymond Viger 0

By Raymond Viger Over a century ago, the enterprise created by Henry Ford had as its aim to motorize the rural population. This objective was achieved in the 1920s. Were automobile manufacturers content to rest on their laurels once this occurred? Certainly not. Expansion is […] See more

Four Myths about Wind Power

01/26/2024 The Social Eyes 0

By Maxime Bilodeau – The Rumor Detector Agence Science-Presse (www.sciencepresse.qc.ca) Wind power is often accused of lots of flaws, usually incorrectly. Here are four myths: Wherever there are wind turbines, we often find nearby residents who claim that they suffer from symptoms such as dizziness, […] See more

World Overtourism’s Big Footprint

01/19/2024 The Social Eyes 0

By Alain Dumas, economist and Editor at the Gazette de la Mauricie We often associate tourism with several virtues: leaving your comfort zone, discovering picturesque corners of the planet, immersing you in different cultures… But over the past 20 years, the world of tourism has […] See more

AA and Other Twelve-Step Movements

01/08/2024 Colin McGregor 0

By Colin McGregor Alcoholics Anonymous has existed since 1935, when two Vermont-born men, Bill W. a stockbroker and Dr. Bob, a surgeon, met. They were both heavy drinkers at the time when they crossed paths in Akron, Ohio. They are the founders of the AA […] See more

The Benefits of Buying Local

01/05/2024 The Social Eyes 0

By Alain Dumas, economist, editor at the Gazette de la Mauricie Considering that food takes up about 20% of our budget, replacing imported foods with local produce has a big impact on our economy and our environment. For example, when we buy a chicken that’s […] See more