Croix, Voice: What if crows “voted” before certain group decisions?

Croix, Voice: What if crows “voted” before certain group decisions?

If, at dawn, you are tired of hearing incessant squawks under the windows, tell yourself that you are probably attending … a referendum! Researchers have discovered that ravens, the raven, seek consensus before flying in large numbers from the treetops where they usually spend the night. To reach this conclusion, Alex Debne of the University … Read more

When you move, productivity increases

When you move, productivity increases

corporate sport A yoga lesson in the Beaulieu Décor Activity Room with Claudie Ole of Sky Boutique-Ecole. A recent survey of 300 managers of Quebec small and medium businesses conducted by ACTIZ revealed that 28% of managers were concerned about employee retention in 2021 compared to 10% in 2020. Among the employers surveyed, 56% considered … Read more

Finding a solution to the shortage of microchips

Finding a solution to the shortage of microchips

consumption. The lack of chips also affects household appliances and therefore kitchen designers. Ovens, dishwashers, and microwaves are subject to waiting times unless solutions such as wholesalers or warehousing are found. Cars, game consoles, boilers, wood pellet stoves, household appliances and lack of electronic chips lead to cascading shortages. Kitchen designers are directly affected in … Read more

The man who planted vegetables

The man who planted vegetables

Just one year after its creation, the Ferme de rue Montréal has become a veritable urban ecosystem where an impressive variety of vegetables, fruits, herbs and honey flowers grow. A few years ago, Réal Migneault, the promoter of this magnificent project, made a request that he could use a plot of land in the Saint-Jude … Read more

“She did not deserve my wrath”

The aggressor label sticks to David Chan’s skin. Long inhabited by anger and rage, he hit the bottom after hitting his girlfriend. The 30-year-old shares his way to the cross to make violence a thing of the past, hoping to inspire other violent people to seek the help they need. “This woman [une de ses … Read more

Louise Turcot: no compromise

From the age of 12, Louise Turcot knew she was destined for the acting profession. A choice she never questioned. The publication of her book “Letters to a Young Actress”, in which she summarizes her memories and advice, was an opportunity to see her career, where personal and professional life have not always been easy … Read more