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Montreal's First People's Fest returns this week

Montreal's First People's Festival began 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.

Montreal's First People's Fest returns this week

Montreal's First People's Festival began 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.

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CLIMATE AND ENVIRONMENT

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.

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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OPINION | Economists are forecasting a recession, how should you prepare?

The next time the Bank of Canada raises interest rates on the scheduled date of September 7, 2022, it could potentially trigger a recession. Although there may be a chance that we don’t enter into a recession and the BoC is still hoping for a soft landing, it’s best to be prepared. Contributor Christopher Liew explains how.

Explosions rock Crimea in suspected Ukrainian attack

Explosions and fires ripped through an ammunition depot in Russia-annexed Crimea on Tuesday in the second suspected Ukrainian attack on the peninsula in just over a week, forcing the evacuation of more than 3,000 people.

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