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Montreal's First People's Fest returns this week

Montreal's First People's Festival begins Tuesday night with a film screening at the Monument-National on Saint-Laurent Blvd. and will run until Sunday, featuring screenings, dance, music and other arts celebrating Indigenous culture.

The Buffalo Hat Singers drum will be at the 2022 edition of the Montreal First People's Festival. SOURCE: Presence Autochtone

Pope Francis in Quebec: Accounts from the ground

Pope Francis was in Quebec for just under three days, drawing far fewer people to the Plains of Abraham than many expected while receiving mixed reviews for his apology to Indigenous people and hope for reconciliation.

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Opinion: Can you do a road trip in an electric vehicle? Yes, you can

In the wake of a two-year COVID-19 pandemic, the urge to travel has taken on a new urgency, but alongside our longing for freedom of movement, we are confronted with an increasingly undeniable climate emergency in which our driving habits are deeply implicated. Taking a road trip in an EV is a possible solution.

An electric vehicle is charged in Ottawa on Wednesday, July 13, 2022. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick

Quebec announces 11 new protected environments

A coalition of Indigenous representatives, environmental organizations, health professionals and outdoor enthusiasts have long called for the protection of more forests and ecosystems in southern Quebec.

Pope's Visit to Canada

Pope Francis in Quebec: Accounts from the ground

Pope Francis was in Quebec for just under three days, drawing far fewer people to the Plains of Abraham than many expected while receiving mixed reviews for his apology to Indigenous people and hope for reconciliation.

Media, security and staff were almost more visible than the faithful who went to the Plains of Abraham in Quebec City for Pope Francis's visit on July 27, 2022. (Daniel J. Rowe/CTV News)

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How one Canadian family of five is coping with the highest inflation in years

With inflation rising at its fastest pace in nearly 40 years, the cost of everything from food to gas has skyrocketed. Canadians across the country are feeling squeezed, but big families with multiple children are at times shouldering much of the higher costs — and changing demographics and consumer patterns have left some of them more exposed to inflation than in previous generations.

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