Quebec hog farmer reacts following China’s ban on Canadian meat | AFP

Serge Ménard, a Quebecois hog farmer, worries about his farm’s future following China’s ban on Canadian meat exports. Since May, the price for a hog has decreased by $30-$40 and Ménard says “it won’t be long before we no longer make any profit”.

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Get Outta Here Podcast: A Trip to Bicycle Heaven

Nearly a quarter century ago, the province of Quebec launched an ambitious effort to encourage bicycle touring. And from Montreal’s annual bike festival at the end of May to scenic country routes along the St. Lawrence River to the Blueberry Trail around Lac St. Jean, visitors — riders and non-riders alike — have responded.

AP correspondent Cal Woodward has been visiting Quebec by bicycle for the last seven years and bringing his friends. He guides us through the touring scene.

Plus: Actress and supermodel Olivia Culpo offers a peek at her favorite trip.

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Niqab & kippah no more: Quebec bill banning religious symbols for public workers sparks controversy

Authorities in the Canadian province of Quebec are preparing to ban government employees from wearing religious symbols such as the Islamic headscarf the hijab and the Jewish kippah.

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A Milkweed Makeover For the Sake of Butterflies

(31 Jul 2018) For generations, North American farmers have despised milkweed and done their best to rid their lands of it. Now some farmers in Quebec and Vermont are planting it. They’re looking to help the sinking population of monarch butterflies and to serve a new market for the milkweed fiber. (July 31)

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Trump Arrives In Canada For G-7 Meetings

President Donald Trump has arrived in Canada for meetings at the G-7 summit in Quebec amid rising tensions over trade. (June 8)

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Here’s the latest for Friday, June 8th: Trump says he doesn’t need to prepare much for NKorea summit; Protests in Quebec before G-7 summit; Hundreds of homes evacuated due to Colorado wildfire; Capitals win Stanley Cup.

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Canada Clashes: Left-wing activists brawl with police during anti-immigrant demo in Quebec

A group of anti-racism protesters have clashed with police in Canada after they attempted to disrupt a right-wing rally in the city of Quebec.

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‘Kayaking & swimming – only ways to get out’: 170 towns flooded by overflown river in Quebec, Canada

Residents of the Pierrefonds, city of Quebec, resorted to kayaking their way through the flooded streets, Friday, as rivers continued to overflow, flooding more than 170 towns and villages. Commentators have described the floods as some of the worst in more than 50 years, pushing authorities to declare a state of emergency in 10 municipalities and causing damage in more than 3,000 private and public properties. READ MORE: https://on.rt.com/8b1c

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Trump vs Tech & Maple Syrup Mafia: VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO)

This is the April 12, 2017 FULL EPISODE of VICE News Tonight on HBO.

VICE News Tonight travels to Somalia with a Canadian Somali doctor distributing aid to the drought-stricken town of Wajid.

Then, we go to Silicon Valley for the Tech Stands Up Protest. Silicon Valley is reeling after three government agencies issued statements threatening the H-1B visa program, which the industry relies on to recruit and retain foreign-born tech talent. Now, instead of aiming for jobs at Google or in academia, many foreign students are thinking of leaving the U.S.

Plus, a report on Quebec’s maple syrup cartel, and the farmer who’s fighting its control over producers.

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First footage from inside Quebec mosque in Canada after shooting

Authorities in Quebec City, Canada on Tuesday night allowed cameras into the mosque where six people were shot dead and 19 wounded on Sunday night. Video from inside the mosque shows blood spattered on carpets, walls and stairways. Alexandre Bissonnette, a 27-year-old university student, was charged on Monday with six counts of first-degree murder and five counts of attempted murder.

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Eiffel Tower goes dark to honor Quebec victims

Paris’ Eiffel Tower went dark on Monday night in honour of the victims of a shooting at a Quebec City mosque.
Canadian authorities have charged attack suspect Alexandre Bissonnette with six counts of first-degree murder.
Bissonnette has also been charged with five counts of attempted murder in the shooting at the mosque late Sunday that left six people dead.

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Shane Smith Interviews Justin Trudeau: The VICE News Interview

VICE founder Shane Smith sits down with Canadian prime ministerial candidate Justin Trudeau to talk about his campaign, and the most pressing issues facing Canada today, from the controversial anti-terrorism bill to climate change.

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The Crude Gamble of Oil by Rail: Bomb Trains

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It’s estimated that 9 million barrels of crude oil are moving over the rail lines of North America at any given moment. Oil trains charging through Virginia, North Dakota, Alabama, and Canada’s Quebec, New Brunswick, and Alberta provinces have derailed and exploded, resulting in severe environmental damage and, in the case of Quebec, considerable human casualties.

A continental oil boom and lack of pipeline infrastructure have forced unprecedented amounts of oil onto US and Canadian railroads. With 43 times more oil being hauled along US rail lines in 2013 than in 2005, communities across North America are bracing for another catastrophe.

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