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Almost a year after the pandemic hit Canada, community groups in Montreal are still pushing all levels of government to collect and release data on how COVID-19 is affecting how disproportionately racialized minorities and low-income city residents. “Montreal, as a city, needs this information so that we can work together to send resources where they …

Much has been said about the up to 30% commissions that large delivery companies, like Uber Eats and DoorDash, take from restaurants in Quebec – at least for now. But, even in Montreal, there are a number of local services emerging as viable alternatives. Their business models range from cooperatives that return profits to restaurant …