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Les films n’ont pas tous été vus, mais des favoris pour les prochains Oscars se dégagent déjà, parmi lesquels “The Artist”, “Minuit à Paris” ou le remake de “Millenium”. Chaque année c’est le même sketch : une fois l’été terminé, Hollywood remplace “recettes” par “récompenses” dans la bouche des gens, et se tourne tout naturellement […]

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This story is part of After The Curve, an ongoing HuffPost Canada series that makes sense of how the COVID-19 crisis could change our country in the months and years ahead, and what opportunities exist to make Canada better. Ken Newell returned home from the battlefield in 1945 to a transformed Canada. Long gone were […]

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Throughout January, the World Health Organization (WHO) publicly praised China for what it called a speedy response to the novel coronavirus. It repeatedly thanked the Chinese government for sharing the genetic map of the virus “immediately,” and said its work and commitment to transparency were “very impressive, and beyond words.” But behind the scenes, it […]

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OTTAWA —  Prime Minister Justin Trudeau stood silent for more than 20 seconds at his Ottawa press briefing Tuesday after he was asked to comment on Donald Trump’s threat to deploy the military against anti-Black racism protesters. When he finally answered, Trudeau was careful not to reference the U.S. president by name. Instead, he focused […]

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Canada’s health officials are reminding protesters that it’s their right to demonstrate, but they should keep in mind that there’s still the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Demonstrations sparked across the United States last week in response to the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, and ongoing anti-Black racism and police brutality there. Solidarity actions across […]

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