Holness is running under his new party name, Movement Montreal, and promises a “new approach to political organizing, campaigning and policy-making (to) prioritize peoples’ needs, support their aspirations and give them a voice.”
While visiting Bellerive Park in Hochelaga-Maisonneuve, Valerie Plante announced Thursday what some call an "ambitious" project to protect green spaces, while creating pathways between them so Montrealers can explore more easily.
“We consulted with a lot of medical experts to try as much as we could but, at the end of the day, Brazil is just not in a great place right now and it's just not safe to send anybody there,” said Amanda Tambakopoulos, program manager for women's artistic gymnastics.
It doesn’t work quite like that in other provinces—Quebec is unique in the hard-and-fast age cut-off it draws for medical consent. And that system is soon going to be exercised like never before as the COVID-19 vaccine becomes available to the province’s teens, likely sometime in June.