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Quebec confirms first two cases of monkeypox, says 20 others under investigation

Moosejaw Today 20 May 2022
MONTREAL — The Quebec Health Department has confirmed the province's first two cases of monkeypox and says 20 other suspected cases are under investigation ... Drouin said the first suspected cases in Montreal were reported on May 12 from clinics specializing in sexually transmitted diseases, although symptoms had begun appearing around April 29.
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Canada's first two monkeypox cases confirmed in Quebec, others under investigation

North Shore News 20 May 2022
MONTREAL — The Public Health Agency of Canada says two cases of monkeypox in Quebec are the first confirmed cases in the country ... citizen recently travelled to Canada by private transportation and may have been infected before or during his visit to Montreal ... “We do not want to stigmatize any segment of the population," said Dr.
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Canada now global centre of broadening monkeypox outbreak

Canoe 20 May 2022
With 17 suspected cases under investigation in Montreal, Canada is now one of the centres of an expanding global monkeypox outbreak that has health officials scrambling ... Montreal health officials made a point Thursday to say they didn’t want to see any segment of the population stigmatized amid the suspected outbreak.
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Canada now a global centre of broadening monkeypox outbreak

Toronto Sun 20 May 2022
With 17 suspected cases under investigation in Montreal, Canada is now one of the centres of an expanding global monkeypox outbreak that has health officials scrambling ... Montreal health officials made a point Thursday to say they didn’t want to see any segment of the population stigmatized amid the suspected outbreak.
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Montreal ends COVID-19 state of emergency

Toronto Sun 19 May 2022
The city of Montreal has ended the state of emergency related to the COVID-19 pandemic ... It said the local state of emergency enabled Montreal to quickly procure protective equipment for the city’s essential workers and prepare sites and facilities to serve as day centres, shelters and food stops for Montreal’s unhoused population.
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Slight increase reported in lung cancer, brain tumors with wildfire exposure

The Berkshire Eagle 13 May 2022
Jill Korsiak, from McGill University in Montreal, and colleagues conducted a population-based observational cohort study of participants in the 1996 Canadian Census Health and Environment Cohort who were followed for cancer incidence and mortality from 1996 to 2015.
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It’s the End of the World’s Fair as We Know It: Why Technology Won’t Save ...

Resilience 12 May 2022
At the time, the estimated carbon dioxide concentration in the atmosphere was 285 parts per million, and the global human population was 1.24 billion ... They’re called the Montreal Expos ... In Montreal in 1967, okay, 50 million people showed up. And Canada’s population at the time was only 20 million.
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Why COVID-19 killed more in some Canadian neighbourhoods than others

Castanet 10 May 2022
In cities like Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal and Toronto, neighbourhoods with large South and East Asian populations also tended to have higher COVID-19 death rates ... In senior or institutionalized populations, the mortality rate for men was 1.7 times higher than for women.
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Blackstone Real Estate Expands Presence in Canada with New Office Led by Janice Lin

The Joplin Globe 09 May 2022
Lin added, “Blackstone’s long-term investment approach has enabled it to build a growing logistics, office, and residential footprint across Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver. Canada’s population growth is the highest among G7 nations and is nearly double that of the U.S., and I ...
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Scaling the heights in Quebec City

The Times/The Sunday Times 08 May 2022
... dame (B&B doubles from £218; fairmont.com; more at ottawatourism.ca).Montreal. A blend of joie de vivre and cosmopolitan dynamism, the population of Montreal has swelled in recent years to more than four million, largely thanks to an influx of young techies and creatives.
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Indigenous experiencing homelessness in Montreal a 'humanitarian crisis'

Castanet 05 May 2022
... per cent of the Indigenous population in Montreal. The report stated that living conditions in Inuit communities, such as housing scarcity and overcrowding, the high cost of living and food insecurity, contribute to Inuit overrepresentation in Montreal's homeless population.
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Plight of Indigenous homeless population a 'humanitarian crisis,' Montreal ombudsman says

CBC 05 May 2022
Montreal's ombudsman calls the situation facing the homeless population around Milton Park a "humanitarian crisis", and it says major changes are needed in order for the city to tackle it ... .
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Calls for permanent shelter as Cabot Square warming tent is taken down

CTV 02 May 2022
The warming tent in Cabot Square, used as shelter by Montreal's homeless population, is coming down -- and advocates want a permanent structure to take its place ... .
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COVID-19 is killing fewer people, but Quebec still reporting dozens of deaths daily

Canoe 01 May 2022
Simona Bignami, a demography professor at Universite de Montreal who studies population health, said less attention is being paid to people who have recently died of the disease, like Quart Robitaille, compared to those who died during the pandemic’s first wave, which killed more than 5,686 people.
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Lineage Logistics broadens North American network

Fresh Plaza 25 Apr 2022
Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed ... Its strategically-positioned network spans nine provinces and includes properties in Canada’s most populous metropolitan markets—including Toronto, Calgary, Vancouver, Edmonton, and Montreal ... For more information.. Lineage Logistics. Megan Hendricksen. Tel.. +1 949.247.5172 ... Brian Dove. Tel. ... ....

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