Voting against Trudeau doesn’t mean voting for Sheer

Voting against Trudeau doesn't mean voting for Sheer. Many people want to vote against Trudeau, and automatically choose the Conservatives, without necessarily knowing the significance of this gesture. Please remember or realize that Andrew Scheer, leader of the Conservative Party, is against: Abortion and Reproductive Rights; MARRIAGE between LGBTQIA + people, and therefore, against the... Continue Reading →


Private businesses sewing Quebec municipalities

Did you know that there is an history of being private businesses sewing Quebec municipalities when they oppose projects? A resolution to this effect, presented by the Municipality of Grenville-sur-la-Rouge, was adopted unanimously at the conference of the Quebec Federation of Municipalities (FQM). Why do you ask? Well, Grenville-sur-la-Rouge, which has a population of 2,800,... Continue Reading →

Ecological anxiety

Ecological anxiety is a phenomenon that is gaining in importance. It is characterized by a kind of existential distress caused by environmental changes. Ecological conscious people feel a great deal of fear and deep sadness thinking about the future. They also feel a lot of anger at their own helplessness or at the inaction of... Continue Reading →

The great outdoors

Spending time in the great outdoors can help you reduce stress, lower your blood pressure, and be more mindful. Studies have even shown that getting outside can help reduce fatigue, making it a great way to overcome symptoms of depression or burnout. Getting outside can also help you sleep better at night, especially if you... Continue Reading →

National Beach Day

Friday, August 30, 2019 marks National Beach Day. Did you know that holidays spent under the sun and feet in the sand may be counted? I was lucky enough to visit Cancun, Mexico with my best friend and I wouldn't want any beach to disappear.   In some parts of the world, beaches are eroding,... Continue Reading →

Purchase local products

For environmental reasons or to encourage the economy here, it is recommended to purchase local products, Canadian or Quebec. It is true that there is something about buying products from here that makes us feel proud and happy. Not only are you injecting money into the local economy, but you're also involved in reducing pollution... Continue Reading →

Maple Syrup!

It's spring and it's time to talk about my favourite sugary snacks. I love Maple Syrup! Nothing makes breakfast more special than when my husband cooks pancakes or French bread. Where does maple syrup comes from? I'm Canadian and Canada produces 71% of the world’s supply, 91% of which is produced in Quebec. Did I... Continue Reading →

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