The Saint-Pierre-Apôtre Catholic Church

07/12/2024 Colin McGregor 0

By Lucas Lelardoux Oliger They’re celebrating a mass at the Église Saint-Pierre-Apôtre. In practice, the rites and the liturgy are the same as in hundreds of Catholic churches across the province of Québec. During his sermon, the priest talks about the “historic inclusivity” of the […] See more

The Urbanization of Immigrants

06/21/2024 Colin McGregor 0

By Colin McGregor                          It’s pretty well known that the vast majority of immigrants in North America choose to live in large metropolitan areas. This creates a lot of issues for our society, and puts a strain on our urban resources. About three-quarters of Canada’s […] See more

The Urbanization of Immigrants

11/13/2023 Colin McGregor 0

By Colin McGregor     It is well known that the vast majority of immigrants to North America choose to live in major metropolitan centers. Which causes a lot of challenges for our cities. About three-quarters of Canada’s immigrant population is settled in three major metropolitan areas: […] See more

The Little Varenyk

06/06/2023 Raymond Viger 0

By Raymond Viger Maria Bilash left her native Ukraine for Paris in 2006. A 48 hour trip by car. There, she enrolled in a French language course, all the while taking care of her children. She found restaurants representing every conceivable nationality (Russian, Japanese, Polish), […] See more

Hinduism, Grief and the Pandemic

05/06/2022 The Social Eyes 0

By Alexandra Grenier For many Quebecers, Christian funeral rites hold no secrets. But what about other religions? The Social Eyes presents an introduction to Hindu funeral rites and traditions. According to the 2011 National Household Survey, Canada counted more than 500,000 Hindus. And this number […] See more

Recycle Less… Recycle Better

02/21/2022 Raymond Viger 0

We’re in an age when we’re all told to recycle and compost. But I think it’s wrong to recycle and compost at all costs. I have another societal project to present to you. By Raymond Viger  A half-century ago, a group of youths used to […] See more