Quebec City

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Alexandre Bissonnette’s loved ones missed the signs. We can’t make that mistake again.

Opinion: A reformed white supremacist on how easy it is to disregard clues of radicalization—just as they were with the man who killed six in a Quebec City mosque
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How has Quebec City changed, one year after a deadly mosque shooting?

Opinion: A city continues to mourn the death of six people at a Sainte-Foy mosque—and grapple with the issues that helped fuel the attack
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As we remember a mosque massacre, let’s find the hero within us

Opinion: Jan. 29 marks one year since the horrifying Quebec massacre. We must honour Aymen Derbali’s selfless heroism, but we can all go further.
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In Quebec City, a moment of painful truth

In the wake of the Ste-Foy attack, Quebec is forced to face a dark record of right-wing rhetoric and dog-whistle politics
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Maclean’s Explains: A history of Canadian massacres

Canada is no stranger to heartbreaking tragedy and deadly incidents. Here are some of the worst ones the country has endured.
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Why Sin City topped Quebec City for an NHL team

The provincial politics behind Quebec City’s failure to convince the NHL to give them an expansion team
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What it feels like to stay at Quebec City’s Ice Hotel

It’s the coolest—make that the coldest—hotel around and this is your chance to get a tour of the famed Hotel de Glace, Quebec City’s Ice Hotel. The must-see attraction, which is rebuilt each winter out of ice and snow, is a stunning architectural feat with its cathedral ceilings and surreal ice suites.
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Hometown hockey: Building a rink of one’s own

If you build it, as the saying goes, they will come. So that’s what hockey dad-coach Charles Vigneault did for rinkless Boischatel, Que.
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10 cities where people curse the most

What the bleep is going on in Brampton, Halifax and Winnipeg?