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By Alexandra Bosanac
Since their roll-out into bars across Quebec in 1994, video lottery terminals have pulled in millions of dollars a year for Loto-Quebec: some estimates put it at…
By Sidhartha Banerjee, The Canadian Press
The Quebec government announced a full public inquiry Thursday into the police surveillance of journalists after revelations various forces monitored reporters’ phones.
A panel of experts announced earlier this week will now have all…
By John Delva
Blacks make up Montreal’s largest visible minority. According to the 2011 census, 147,100 live in the city. Why, then, are there so few in our media?
As far back as the 1930s, black journalists in Montreal…
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