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Who owns your feelings? Short doc shows how big tech uses AI to track emotions
The short film, which premiered in Montreal as part of the International Documentary Festival this week, explains how big business uses artificial intelligence programs and facial recognition software to track and monitor the emotions of users.
Quebec ski season off to a strong start thanks to early snowfall
Cold temperatures combined with the unusually early snowfall have made for a strong start to Quebec's ski season this year.
Boy dies after vehicle collides with moose in western Quebec
A boy was killed and three others injured Sunday afternoon in a two-vehicle crash involving a moose near the town of Notre-Dame-de-la-Paix, Que.


Smog warning in effect overnight for Montreal and surrounding areas
High concentrations of pollutants are expected and that will result in poor air quality, which will persist into Monday morning.
Annual HI/O Summit weekend a blast despite Canadiens' loss to Devils
Event brings together fans from across North America — and sometimes beyond — who follow Habs on The Gazette's hockeyinsideout.com website.
Stu Cowan: Former Canadien Guy Carbonneau earned spot in Hall of Fame
Last Habs captain to hoist the Stanley Cup went from junior scoring sensation to becoming best defensive forward in the NHL.


Quebec's Anglo farmers face unique challenges, uncertain future
With Quebec farmers facing a difficult and uncertain future because of technological changes, globalization and climate change a group of English-speaking growers gathered to discuss the hurdles they’re all facing.
Fundraiser for seven-year-old leukemia patient Ellie White draws hundreds
As Ellie White receives experimental leukemia treatment in Ohio hundreds of supporters came out to raise funds for her care on Sunday.
After SPVM officer allegedly tried to get him fired, man wins $18,000 ruling
The City of Montreal and an SPVM officer has been asked to pay a black security guard $18,000 over a 2016 incident in which the guard alleges he was racially profiled.

  Headlines from the Ville de Montreal

Registration to begin for kids from kindergarten to grade 6 winter camp
[Saint-Laurent] Starting November 13, parents can register their children for winter camp, held during Spring Break, from March 2 to 6, 2020. In previous years, more than 130 students took advantage of the activities organized by the Direction des sports, des loisirs et du développement social of Saint-Laurent. [...]
Tree planting at the Cooperative Le Village Cloverdale Saturday, November 9
[Pierrefonds–Roxboro] Montréal, le 8 novembre 2019 - (Pierrefonds-Roxboro, November 7, 2019) - Greening Canada's largest housing co-operative is the challenge facing GRAME, the Borough of Pierrefonds-Roxboro, the Pierrefonds-Roxboro eco-quartier and, of course, the Village Cloverdale co-op within the ICIonverdit.org [...]
Tree planting at the Cooperative Le Village Cloverdale on Saturday, November 9, 2019
[Pierrefonds–Roxboro] Pierrefonds-Roxboro, November 7, 2019- Greening Canada's largest housing co-operative is the challenge facing GRAME, the Borough of Pierrefonds-Roxboro, the Pierrefonds-Roxboro eco-quartier and, of course, the Village Cloverdale co-op within the ICIonverdit.org program. On November 9, join forces [...]

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