World 

General extinction of the lights Saturday for the planet

From Sydney to Dubai before Rio or Mexico City, An Hour for the Earth, now a ritual extinction operation, will remind us on Saturday the impact of our energy expenditure on the climate and the role of nature in our survival, says the WWF . Shanghai Tower, Victoria Harbor in Hong Kong, Burj Khalifa Tower in Dubai, Red Square, Acropolis, Eiffel Tower, Egyptian Pyramids, St. Peter’s Basilica, Big Ben, Christ of Rio, UN Headquarters in New York … d Countless sites, monuments and buildings are going after each other to…

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World 

Impressive explosion of Popocatépetl

The Mexican volcano Popocatépetl erupted on Wednesday, projecting a column of water vapor and gas high 1200 meters, visible for miles around. Incandescent fragments were projected up to 2.5 kilometers. Under high seismological surveillance, the volcano woke up in 1994 after 70 years of inactivity. Tens of thousands of people had to be evacuated because of this latest eruption. At a height of 5425 meters, Popocatépetl is the second highest volcano in the country. Its name means “The mountain that smokes” in Maya.

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Sports 

Hockey players eliminated because of a piece of paper

Coaches are angry at leaders for cruelly killing children Parents of young hockey players in the Laurentians are furious that their organization has ended the team’s season because of a banal mistake. “It is absurd to charge children for an oversight,” rage Simon Archambault, assistant coach of Bastions 2 Blainville, a recreational team of Novice C category, composed of 7 and 8 year olds.   The Bastions played Saturday their quarter-final playoff game.   Trailing 3-0, the young skaters managed against all odds to win 5 to 3. A win that the…

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News 

Montrealer accused of killing an Ontario Hells

The 38-year-old resident of the Saint-Léonard district appeared Monday afternoon facing a charge of premeditated murder at the Montreal courthouse. He will be taken to Ontario for further legal proceedings. On March 11, Michael Deabaitua-Schulde, a member of the Niagara chapter Hells Angels in good standing, was murdered with several firearm projectiles in front of a Mississauga mall. The 32-year-old biker, dubbed Diaz, had just come out of a gym where he had trained. After finding the Honda Civic abandoned and burned by the suspects, the Peel Regional Police had pinned two…

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Lifestyle 

A girl sells her virginity at auction to realize her dearest dream

Sometimes in life one wonders what can go through the heads of some people. This is exactly what we are wondering with this young Australian girl of 18 who wants to sell her virginity for $ 100,000. It’s the British news and entertainment website the Daily Mail that brings this news simply out of the ordinary that we had trouble understanding the message. Indeed, in Australia, in the city of Sydney, an 18 year old girl decided to sell her virginity on a specialized site for the modest sum of $ 100,000. An…

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Fashion 

This 63-year-old woman is considered “the most beautiful grandmother in the world”, admire when she turns around.

Yasmina Rossi, a 61-year-old lady is not afraid to show up in her latest swimsuit campaign for a collaboration between The Dreslyn Shop and Land of Women . The silver-haired, long-legged beauty has just turned 60 this year, but that does not mean she’s ready to disappear in the shadows. The fashion and entertainment industry is often accused of age discrimination, not just in the US, but around the world. However, the last campaign of Rossi is refreshing, facing all those who speak of beauty and youth. Rossi is paving the way for alluring women in their…

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Sports 

Canadian: Yes, Carey Price needs help

15 goals out of 37 were impossible to stop The recent avalanche of goals against Carey Price has sparkled red lights in the rinks of the National League, but also in many cottages in Quebec. Is it going to last eight years like that, wonder some? Faith towards 31 is shaking and the debate is emotional. Although Price is excluded from our top 30 this week, we still need to put things in perspective and our analysis of his performance as well as the quality of his 37 goals so far tend…

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News 

A violent storm is heading for Quebec and no one will be spared

If you have to hit the road on Tuesday morning, we have some tips for you. First of all, make sure you have winter tires on your vehicle, but also, plan to leave a little earlier than usual, because everything indicates that it will not be easy on the roads tomorrow morning! The reason? There is a lot of snow and for the south, there is even a mix of snow and rain. It is because of the advent of a low pressure system with a significant pressure drop that some areas of…

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News Politics 

A mayor is paving the street in front of his house

City councilors disavow him in a stormy meeting after he only paid $ 250 A mayor of Montégérie put everyone at odds by paving the street in front of his house while the work had to stop before his residence. Gilles Carpentier, the mayor of Sainte-Marie-Madeleine, a small parish of 3000 inhabitants near Saint-Hyacinthe, asked his officials in September to asphalt the street in front of his house. The work that was authorized by the council, however, had to stop about 50 meters before his house. Additional work in front of…

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Politics 

New altercation between Donald Trump and a CNN reporter

President Donald Trump has once again struggled with the media – especially CNN journalist Jim Acosta – at his press conference following the mid-term elections on Wednesday. Jim Acosta, whose relationship with President Trump has been acrimonious since the president’s term began, questioned the leader about his controversial remarks surrounding the famous caravan of immigrants en route to the United States. BREAKING: President Trump, CNN Correspondent Jim Acosta and @NBCNews Correspondent @PeterAlexander engage in tense exchanges in post-election news conference. pic.twitter.com/WUlXemGn7y — NBC News (@NBCNews) November 7, 2018 “You said…

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