quebec.netia.ca http://quebec.netia.ca en-US http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss socportals@mediacolo.com Québec poursuit sa lutte contre la rage du raton laveur Le gouvernement du Québec poursuit sa lutte contre la rage du raton laveur afin de s'assurer que ce virus, mortel et transmissible à l'humain, ne traverse pas la frontière américaine. http://quebec.netia.ca/news/790908-quebec-poursuit-sa-lutte-contre-la-rage-du-raton-laveur Sun, 18 2019 15:54:00 GMT http://quebec.netia.ca/news/790908-quebec-poursuit-sa-lutte-contre-la-rage-du-raton-laveur La Vérif : Avant les coupes, François Legault devrait recruter des fonctionnaires Le chef de la Coalition avenir Québec promet de supprimer 5000 postes de fonctionnaires qu'il juge inutiles, sans réduire la qualité des services aux citoyens. Le problème, c'est que plusieurs ministères sont plutôt confrontés à un manque de fonctionnaires pour assurer les services. http://quebec.netia.ca/news/790820-la-verif-avant-les-coupes-francois-legault-devrait-recruter Wed, 29 2018 12:33:00 GMT http://quebec.netia.ca/news/790820-la-verif-avant-les-coupes-francois-legault-devrait-recruter Québec solidaire veut revoir le mode de rémunération des médecins S'il forme le prochain gouvernement, Québec solidaire s'attaquerait à la rémunération des médecins et à leur pouvoir sur le système de santé québécois. QS réduirait le salaire des médecins spécialistes et réformerait le mode de rémunération de l'ensemble des médecins. http://quebec.netia.ca/news/790812-quebec-solidaire-veut-revoir-le-mode-de-remuneration-des-med Wed, 29 2018 14:59:00 GMT http://quebec.netia.ca/news/790812-quebec-solidaire-veut-revoir-le-mode-de-remuneration-des-med Le PQ exclut un candidat qui a publié des messages islamophobes Le Parti québécois a exclu Pierre Marcotte, qui devait le représenter dans la circonscription de Drummond–Bois-Francs, dans le Centre-du-Québec, mais dont les écrits islamophobes ont rebondi mercredi matin. Le chef péquiste Jean-François Lisée en a fait l'annonce en reconnaissant que l'affaire l'avait rendu « de très mauvaise humeur ». http://quebec.netia.ca/news/790810-le-pq-exclut-un-candidat-qui-publie-des-messages-islamophobe Wed, 29 2018 15:36:00 GMT http://quebec.netia.ca/news/790810-le-pq-exclut-un-candidat-qui-publie-des-messages-islamophobe Quebec city spends $250,000 to erase $750,000 paint job A Quebec city is set to spend $250,000 to remove roadside safety stripes that were originally painted just two years ago at a cost of $750,000. http://quebec.netia.ca/news/790786-quebec-city-spends-250000-erase-750000-paint-job Sun, 18 2019 01:40:00 GMT http://quebec.netia.ca/news/790786-quebec-city-spends-250000-erase-750000-paint-job Liberals To Give Dairy Farmers $1.75B To Make Up For Trade Deal Losses COMPTON, Que. — Canadian dairy farmers who lost domestic market share resulting from free trade agreements with Europe and countries on the Pacific Rim will share $1.75 billion in compensation over the next eight years, Agriculture Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau announced Friday.The country’s roughly 11,000 dairy producers — about half of whom are in Quebec — will receive $345 million to be distributed this year, Bibeau told reporters on a farm in Compton, Que. She promised a similar program when the Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement comes into force.The sums will be allocated according to producers’ quotas, with an average farmer with a herd of 80 cows receiving $28,000 in the first year. Bibeau added her party has committed to no longer cede market share in the dairy sector in future international free trade negotiations.She also rejected accusations that Friday’s announcement — two months before October’s federal election — was a ploy for votes.“In terms of financial mechanisms, there is a lot of complexity,” Bibeau said. “The producers of dairy, eggs and poultry each had their preferences in terms of financial mechanisms. So with all this complexity ... that’s what explains the delays. So, it’s not really about an electoral timeline.” ‘A very good announcement’: Dairy Farmers of Canada CEOThe Liberal government’s March budget earmarked $2.15 billion to help farmers who lose income because of the trade deals with Europe and the Pacific Rim, both of which make it easier for foreign egg, dairy and poultry producers to enter the Canadian market.Bibeau said negotiations are ongoing between the federal government and egg and poultry farmers, for a separate compensation program. She said money for those farmers will be available “as quickly as possible.”Jacques Lefebvre, chief executive officer of Dairy Farmers of Canada, said the government’s commitment is “a very good announcement.” But he said Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made two promises to his members.“The first one was to compensate, and he’s followed through on that,” Lefebvre told reporters following the announcement. “The other one is there would be no future concessions in any new trade deals, and we’ll be very vigilant on that one.”Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer said the Liberals’ plan is the “exact same formula” the Conservatives put forward under Stephen Harper’s government before the 2015 election.“I know a lot of producers are concerned it took this long,” he told reporters in Moncton, N.B. “This is the same plan that Conservatives originally put on the table. This would be in line with what a Conservative government would do and has done in the past, and has proposed in the past.”Scheer added Trudeau “gave away” too much to U.S. President Donald Trump during negotiations of the new Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement. http://quebec.netia.ca/news/790680-liberals-give-dairy-farmers-175b-make-trade-deal-losses Sat, 17 2019 18:34:54 GMT http://quebec.netia.ca/news/790680-liberals-give-dairy-farmers-175b-make-trade-deal-losses André Parizeau se dissocie du Parti communiste du Québec André Parizeau défendra exclusivement le programme du Bloc Québécois s'il devient candidat aux élections fédérales dans Ahunstic-Cartierville sous la bannière bloquiste. Comme lui demandait son chef, sous peine de ne pas appuyer sa candidature, M. Parizeau a clairement affirmé samedi se dissocier de ses attaches au Parti communiste du Québec. http://quebec.netia.ca/news/790656-andre-parizeau-se-dissocie-du-parti-communiste-du-quebec Sat, 17 2019 18:50:00 GMT http://quebec.netia.ca/news/790656-andre-parizeau-se-dissocie-du-parti-communiste-du-quebec Recall For Heinz Turkey Baby Stew In 5 Provinces OTTAWA — The federal food safety watchdog says it is recalling a certain brand of baby food due to the possibility of insects being in the product.The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says it is recalling Kraft Heinz Canada’s turkey stew product for babies over eight months.The agency says the baby food was sold in British Columbia, Saskatchewan, Ontario, Quebec and Newfoundland and Labrador.There have been no reported illnesses.The agency says the product should not be consumed and it should be thrown out or returned to the store where it was purchased. http://quebec.netia.ca/news/790654-recall-heinz-turkey-baby-stew-5-provinces Sat, 17 2019 18:15:16 GMT http://quebec.netia.ca/news/790654-recall-heinz-turkey-baby-stew-5-provinces L’industrie touristique du Québec à bout Les travailleurs du domaine du tourisme au Québec terminent l’été épuisés. Leurs employeurs n’ont jamais réussi à résorber la pénurie de main-d’œuvre qui frappe l’industrie de plein fouet depuis ce printemps. http://quebec.netia.ca/news/790597-lindustrie-touristique-du-quebec-bout Sat, 17 2019 15:25:57 GMT http://quebec.netia.ca/news/790597-lindustrie-touristique-du-quebec-bout Jeunes caquistes : non à un plan qui affranchirait le Québec de la péréquation Les jeunes caquistes ont rejeté samedi l'idée d'un plan pour que le Québec s'affranchisse de la péréquation. http://quebec.netia.ca/news/790590-jeunes-caquistes -non-un-plan-qui-affranchirait-le-quebec-d Sat, 17 2019 12:45:00 GMT http://quebec.netia.ca/news/790590-jeunes-caquistes -non-un-plan-qui-affranchirait-le-quebec-d