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Biodiversity Quebec launches online portal

On the sidelines of the COP15 biodiversity conference in Montreal, Biodiversity Quebec unveiled on Thursday a 'unique' scientific platform of integrated and popularized data on Quebec biodiversity.

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Visa issues exclude Indigenous voices from COP15 biodiversity summit in Montreal

The COP15 conference on biodiversity loss is underway in Montreal, but hundreds of delegates from developing countries are missing out due to visa issues. This past summer, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada caused an uproar when it denied visas for multiple African delegates for the International AIDS Conference, also held in Montreal.

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Montreal police report an over 10 per cent drop in armed violence in 2022

The Montreal police (SPVM) department says its efforts to fight gun violence are working. The force reported that crimes involving firearms decreased by 11 per cent in 2022. The force said that attempted homicides using firearms have decreased 14 per cent from the same period in 2021, and firearm discharges have decreased 13 per cent.

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opinion | These are the 5 main takeaways from 'Harry and Meghan'

The much-anticipated docu-series 'Harry & Meghan' has finally dropped on Netflix, to the delight of fans of the couple, and the consternation to those who have had just about enough of the royal pair. Royal commentator Afua Hagan outlines the five main takeaways from the first three episodes of the six-part series.

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