Consumer Protection Law | Update needed, experts say

More than 50 years after its adoption, Consumer Protection Law Needs to be updated, believe three experts who discussed this topic at the annual benefit event for option participants. Posted at 8:00 am Isabelle Dube Journalism During a round table organized by options advisors and moderated by the columnist at Journalism Marie-Yves Fournier brought together …

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New studies from the American College of Cardiology: 2 or 3 cups of coffee a day are good for the heart | Tunisian press

According to American researchers, drinking two or three cups of coffee a day will have many benefits: it reduces the risk of cardiovascular diseases and also extends life expectancy. Historically, coffee has long been considered an enemy of the heart by doctors. Its widespread consumption has been discouraged by heart patients, especially during arrhythmias and, …

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“Top Gun: Maverick”: “It’s not my movie. This is our movie” – Tom Cruise

He arrived at premieres in San Diego and was by helicopter, refusing to succumb to the economic imperatives of the pandemic through broadcast. Top Gun: Maverick on the platform. At the age of 59, Tom Cruise has not lost any of his energy and fully assumes, with an astonishing mixture of childish gullibility, humility, passion …

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Elections in Ontario | A taste of the Quebec countryside?

Ontarians will go to the polls on June 2 to choose their next government. Could the four major parties’ promises to return the money to taxpayers’ pockets inspire the next election campaign in Quebec? Here is an overview of their proposals. Posted at 6:00 AM Milen Crete Journalism PHOTO DOMINIC CHAN, Canadian Press Archives Grocery …

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Impossible preparation for the horrors of war

This text contains elements that may be difficult for some readers to bear. Retired Corporal Mark Bergeron has permanent scars from his overseas assignments when he was a member of the Canadian Armed Forces. A resident of Saint-Vallier-de-Bellechasse, in the Chaudière-Appalaches region, was recruited in 1984 to live off his passion: photography. At the time, …

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