Articles tagged with quebec
Police weren't originally going to say anything to the public. They weren't even going to explain to the family of five-year-old Nicholas Thorne-Belance, what was going on when an unmarked police car going almost 2-1/2 times the speed limit smashed into th
Montreal is a city of culture – ethnic cuisines, world class universities, theatre, ballet, opera. And of course, museums. There are literally dozens of museums in Montreal, large and small. There are expositions of fine arts and of history, there ar
My oldest daughter MamaOzzy is learning French using an app called DuoLingo. When she's practising, she often asks me to verify her pronunciation. I've started to speak to her more in French throughout the day, and of course to praise her on her learning.
Tourtière is a traditional dish in Quebec. These days it is typically made from a combination of ground beef, pork and veal. It can be eaten all year, but it is especially enjoyed at Christmas. To this end, special packages of meat can be seen in Mo
Have you ever eaten a brochette? You probably have, even though you may never have heard the word. You may have called it a skewer, or possibly a kebab. But let me tell you about the word we used in Quebec, because it has an interesting story behind it. W