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Sports #ICYMI: No Christmas? Crying premier, other news

06:00  05 december  2020
06:00  05 december  2020 Source:   montrealgazette.com

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# ICYMI : Christmas crisis as Yellow Vests and Brexit pests target Macron and May (VIDEO) It could France and Britain have been bitter rivals for centuries, and now it appears they’re attempting to outdo each other once again over who can create the biggest political mess, and the competition is fierce.

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Don’t turn in for the night without catching up on the news.

Arruda says politicians did not pressure him to agree to Christmas plan

“My message is, Christmas or no Christmas, things are not going well right now.” Read more here.

Coronavirus restrictions in Montreal and Quebec (updated Dec. 4)

The métro, buses and commuter trains are operating. Grocery stores and pharmacies are open, but many retail stores are cutting hours. Read more here.

Watch this premier break down and cry as he pleads for people to ‘stay apart at Christmas’

“I’m the guy who’s stealing Christmas to keep you safe.” Read more here.

Quebec will allow medical students to administer COVID-19 vaccine

Vaccination against COVID-19 should begin soon and the government wants to “increase the pool of potential human resources.” Read more here.

Hanes: Book on the Montreal massacre is a touchstone for our collective grief

The book reintroduces the 14 women killed at Polytechnique as human beings: “It’s removing the women from their status as victims.” Read more here.

Quebec government turns down QS motion to debate decriminalizing drugs

A debate on the decriminalization of drugs was quickly aborted Friday at the National Assembly. Read more here.

Quebec looks to increase minimum wage to $13.50 an hour

That’s well below the $15 an hour demanded by unions and the Québec solidaire opposition. Read more here.

Worst trades in Canadiens history: Chelios deal haunts Serge Savard

No. 2: Sending Norris Trophy winner to Chicago for Denis Savard “was one of the biggest blunders of my career,” former GM says in autobiography. Read more here.

What the Puck: Dark times call for bright lights of Canadiens hockey

It’s been a rough year for everyone, which is why fans need to see the Habs back in action as soon as possible. Read more here.

Editorial: The status of women, then and now

In the 50 years since the royal commission report, a great deal has changed for women in Canada, but the work is far from done. Read more here.

Drug dealer says he learned lesson while detained in homicide case

“This drug dealing, you think about the money and not the downsides,” says Jerome Latham, who could now receive a 15-year sentence. Read more here.

Five Burning Questions: Mariah Returns to No. 1, Other Holiday Favorites Overwhelm Hot 100 .
This week, Mariah Carey returns to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 with her perennial “All I Want For Christmas Is You” — the second straight December that the song has advanced to the top spot. It’s just the second time in Hot 100 history that a song has made two entirely separate trips to the top, following Chubby Checker’s “The Twist” nearly 60 years earlier. But it’s hardly alone in making a return to the chart’s top tier: The top 10 is also currently playing host to holiday classics from Brenda Lee, Bobby Helms, Andy Williams and Jose Feliciano, with many, many other seasonal favorites ranking underneath them.

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