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Racist yearbooks recalled, Quebec resumes COVID briefings, Drug bust in Eastern Townships

Reporter: Shanellie Marie

Stories: Luca Caruso Moro

 

 


 

Racist yearbooks recalled

A Montreal area highschool is recalling its yearbooks which include a racist joke. 


Petition to rename Lionel-Groulx, Quebec forest fire blazes on, Racist healthcare in BC

Reporter: Shanellie Marie

Stories: Luca Caruso Moro

 

 


 

 

Petition to rename Lionel-Groulx

Thousands have signed a petition to rename Lionel-Groulx metro after renowned jazz pianist Oscar Peterson.


Bill 16 failed to pass, People finding it harder to socially distance, Trudeau acknowledges systemic racism in RCMP

Reporter: Shanellie Marie

Stories by: Luca Caruso- Moro

 


 

Bill 16 failed to pass

The controversial Bill 16 failed to pass in Quebec’s Friday assembly. 


Quebec taking steps towards combating racism, Opposition on Bill 61, Boating Accident may have caused death of Montreal's humpback whale

Hadassah Alencar

 

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Quebec taking steps towards combating racism

Legault says he’ll change the public sector workforce to better reflect Quebec’s real demographic make-up. 

This after a report by the Quebec Human Rights Commission showed only 6.3 per cent of the government employees were visible minorities. 


Ste-Catherine proposal: pedestrians only, Montreal hits milestone death count from coronavirus, MMIWG action plan delayed

Stories by: Luca Caruso Moro

Reporter: Shanellie Marie

 

 


 

Ste-Catherine proposal: pedestrians only

A new proposal from the city could make a huge portion of Ste-Catherine pedestrian only. 


Montreal merchant who was looted supports for BLM protest, Plante and Legault on racism in Montreal, Valérie Plante supports body cameras for Montreal Police

Hadassah Alencar

 

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Montreal merchant who was looted expressed continued support for BLM protests

Steve’s music store owner Lenny Lanteigne told CTV News he supports the Black Lives Matter movement even after being looted during Sunday’s demonstration. 


MMIWG action plan delayed, Record GDP drop, Police officer charged with murder

Reporter: Shanellie Marie

Stories: Luca Caruso Moro

 

 


 

MMIWG action plan delayed

June 3 marks the anniversary of the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls Inquiry’s final report.


Legault considers "thank you" to asylum seekers, Splash Pad opening, Montrealers banned from Oka Park

Voice: Luca Caruso-Moro

Stories: Hadassah Alencar

 

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Legault considers if asylum seekers could stay


Montreal extends state of emergency, Bushfires rush through NS, Major Quebec Fire Extinguished

Reporter: Shanellie Marie

Stories: Luca Caruso Moro 

 

 


 

Montreal extends state of emergency 

 

For your COVID-19 update, Montreal has again extended its state of emergency to May 26.

The province is moving forward with plans to reopen retailers, library services and museums. 


Montreal extends state of emergency, Bushfires rush through NS, Major Quebec Fire Extinguished

Reporter: Shanellie Marie

Stories: Luca Caruso Moro 

 

 


 

Montreal extends state of emergency 

For your COVID-19 update, Montreal has again extended its state of emergency to May 26.

The province is moving forward with plans to reopen retailers, library services and museums. 


CSU split on opt-out consultations, No tuition changes for online classes, Applications open for student benefit

Stories: Luca Caruso-Moro

Reporter: Shanellie Marie

 

 


 

CSU split on opt-out consultations 

Consultations with fee levy groups are expected to continue into next month. 


Disagreements regarding COVID-19 checkpoints between the town of Oka and Kanesatake, Legault blames media for poll results, Racism towards Montrealers of Asian descent now being documented

Hadassah Alencar

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Disagreements between the town of Oka and Kanesatake over COVID-19 checkpoints

Mohawk territory of Kanesatake (gah-nuh-suh-dog-eh) and the neighbouring town of Oka are clashing over COVID-19 road checkpoints.


Emails reveal online opt-out talks started before consultation, Concordia to move fall courses online, McGill petitions for tuition reduction

Voice, Stories - Luca Caruso-Moro

Stories - Hadassah Alencar

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Emails reveal online opt-out talks started before consultation


Released emails show leaders jumped the gun on online opt-out.

Disclosure: CJLO is a fee levy group, and has threatened legal action against the CSU for its handling of online opt-out infrustructure. Those responsible for legal threats against the CSU do not have editorial influence over CJLO's news department. Photo Credit: Concordia University  

 

Concordia Student Union (CSU) General Coordinator Chris Kalafatidis began talks with the university on online opt-outs before consulting fee levy groups.

Emails between Kalafatidis and the administration were made public by Councillor Margot Berner on Monday after being obtained by a Freedom of Information request, she says.


Financial aid deadline extended, Schools and daycares receive more funding, Workers split on returning to work, STM to hand out masks to staff

Stories: Luca Caruso Moro

Reporter: Shanellie Marie

 

 

 


Financial aid deadline extended

Ottawa has extended their wage subsidy program. 

The original deadline was for June 6th, with the Prime Minister saying a new deadline will be revealed in the coming days. 


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